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Penny wise, pound foolish.
Then be $20k
And if this saved $1 million in other costs, thanks to the consultation?
Y’all don’t understand cost-benefit very well, eh?
It’s the exact same link as the one posted last week.
“My advice: stop hiring people like me.
That’ll be $670,000. You can make the check out to cash.”
I said I’d do it for tree fiddy but NOOOO!!!
Lol what stops kpmg from recommending them to stop hiring their competitors instead in the name of savings. ridiculous .
For those costs, they could’ve just poached those consultants with higher salaries and done everything in house.
I wish they would have hired me. I would have told them the same thing for $400,000.99
A couple decades ago, I was an IT consultant doing testing on Nav Canada’s pay and compensation system (which was a fucking nightmare, if anyone cares). They had so many consultants on the payroll that they were in danger of blowing through their yearly budget by July. Some higher ups in the department made the (at the time) wild decision to simply lock the building doors, effectively locking out all the consultants so they couldn’t just show up and claim their per diems.
It’s been long enough that I don’t remember the details of the aftermath, but it was a shocking hardball move. KPMG was one of the bigger contractors affected.
The Kentucky Peat Moss Group wins again.