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I have been working at Bridgepoint Consulting full-time (More than 3 years)
If considered a variable rate consultant, the client and hours you work is defined by you; which is a real plus for work/ life balance. Even though you are a consultant, they do their best to make you feel part of a team with a huge network of support for those tough scenarios to resolve. Annual holiday party, client/ consultant dinner, fun consultant events to bring everyone together, benefits, and quarterly bonuses for those over achievers.
Nine times out of ten, you are on an assignment twice as long as expected. So when you commit, you commit. If considered a salaried consultant, there's not a lot of opportunity to work with multiple clients as pitched during the initial interview (hourly consultant is the way to go for flexibility). As with all companies faced with growth, they are sometimes making too much of a change giving the company more of a temporary placement feel rather than a consulting firm.
Advice to Management
The company is growing and with it comes change, but some changes can hurt the company rather than benefit it. Love the old day idea of working with multiple clients. The one company assignment at a time is giving the feel of a temp service and steering away from consulting. Keep working towards bringing the consultants together at least once a quarterly bases for an activity, even if it is a small office event.