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By rawle ·
My company is currently moving its Help Desk to another country and will be laying off all agents within the department. However they are hiring consultants to keep the customer service flow operational as agents leave the department or organization. Would it be feasible to take the package being offered and apply to be hired as a consultant. My thinking on this is, I already have years of experience with the organization, and would like to build a reputation with outside consulting agencies. The department is being transitioned moving within the next 9 months. Your response is anticipated.

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by andrew.mizzi In reply to Complicated Employment St ...

It's definatly worth a shot.

Not only do you get a package, but you may get the consulting experience.

Your firm would probably hire you because you already know the network.

Try to figure out what consulting benefits you can bring to your firm, making sure that you do make sure at all times the employment 'status' has changed.

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by Blaine Moore In reply to Complicated Employment St ...

Go for it and good luck to you.

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