Whether you’re in middle school or middle age, assimilating with a new set of peers can feel a bit daunting. However, when you’re a consultant, it’s part of every project. Check here for their top tips for making a smooth transition to a new team.
Whether you actively dislike your job, feel overlooked for promotions, or just seem stuck on autopilot; it’s easy to get discouraged. But, the good news is: You have choices. One of those choices is consulting.
If you’re looking for a new job or a consulting gig, you’re in luck. With a tight job market, organizations have realized how important it is to provide a positive and personalized candidate experience.
Being a human resources consultant has some great advantages. You can choose projects that interest you, take time off between gigs, and be your own boss. However, when I talk to people who are considering HR consulting, one concern I often hear is some version of “will I miss being part of a team?”
Ever wonder what it would be like to leave a corporate job to become a finance consultant? Read this article to discover three common surprises from our first-year consultants.