October 23, 2018

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.

Coming Home [HR Execuitve Online]

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al pacino_devil.jpgIt’s rather mysterious that the New York office of Grant Thornton is located at 666 Third Ave. As I’m sure our more pious readers know, the significance of the 666 is commonly known as “The Number of the Beast“. We won’t get into any more specifics than that other than to mention that it is a pretty creepy-ass looking number.
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