A lot of sad trombone today.
Hopefully you at least get a sympathy lay tonight.
With regard to the aforementioned cuts, the good news is that some of you got to keep your jobs. The bad news is many still did not:
The firm regrets to inform five percent of their employees, including "a limited number of partners," that they will soon have a lot of free time on their hands:
E&Y Down Under is getting into the act, informing a number of people that their services are no longer needed and that some partners may be next:
KPMG has made good on its promise to send over 300 of its UK employees packing, but, reportedly, there's a bit of a surprise for everyone who remains:
This just in:
Now you've done it, KPMG.
Meanwhile, across the pond, a few hundred Klynveldians will have to find something else to do with their time in the very near future:
The aforementioned forced rankings appear to still be taking effect: