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Home > News & Views > In the Press > Berkeley’s Alasdair McGregor talks to Consultancy.uk about the firm’s career model & how it differs
Working at a bigger consulting firm is not always better
Securing a job at a big consultancy is the dream of many graduates and consultants. But while a role at large consulting firms seems to offer great experience, does working for a goliath of the industry actually work for all consultants? Alasdair McGregor, a partner at The Berkeley Partnership, a best employer boutique consultancy, shares his views, and argues that at the right stage of a career, a smaller firm may better suit the aspirations and skills of certain people.
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