a fairly common thing, navigant is different from accenture, bcg or whatever business or it consulting company out there. if business is slow, consulting businesses let people go, when demand picks up they hire big time. so, no reason for panic, it's... — read more
some groups in some geos (you know who you are) with low changeability will be hit in early september - i'ts not good to be on the bench right now
mostly irrelevant nowdays - naigant is dead meat
Never knew Navigant is still around - used to work there in the early 2000s, met some cool folks
I work for Navigant and I can tell you that there are no layoffs here - It's a great company to work for and I would recommend it to everyone.
Navigant is actualy better than most competitors and is more tolerant towards resources that are on the bench. Try being 8 weeks on the bench at, for example, Accenture. Good luck!
Navigant is like the worst consulting company every - I wander how they stay in business, they follow hire/fire policy - if times are good all is dandy but they will never protect you if things slow down, they will use you and dump you - AVOID!
Navigant is doing worse than our peers - granted that healthcare and energy group are doing fairly well - the remainder of Navigant is struggling to keep up with external pressures
There is one thing we do well - it's our bench management. So, if you are on the bench for more than 4 weeks you may as well expect to get that call. It's going to happen on Friday, and all will be over in less than 30 minutes. Return the laptop, and... — read more