August 13, 2020

Some Big 4 Alumni Just Can’t Quit Their Old Firms

And it's actually 20% for partners, principals and executive directors, according to article

Then there's this gem from KPMG:

Each year, 10 percent to 15 percent of KPMG's 4,500 "experienced new hires" are actually rehires — or boomerangs, as they are commonly called. [Executive Director of Experienced Hire Recruiting Eileen] Raymond believes former employees are enthusiastic about rejoining the professional-services firm because there's a "great buzz" about its new initiatives.

We've said it before, we'll say it again: You can always go back. And apparently quite a few people do.

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