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Director of Business Development- Microsoft

Hitachi Consulting Dallas, TX

Hitachi Consulting client base includes 25 percent of the Global 100 as well as many leading mid-market companies. We offer a client-focused… Hitachi Consulting

30+ days ago

SAP Director of Business Development (DBD), Mid-Atlantic

Hitachi Consulting Philadelphia, PA

Its client base includes 35 percent of the Fortune 100 and 25 percent of the Global 100, along with many mid-market leaders. With offices throughout… Hitachi Consulting

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    They want primarily young workers. You may have a good and long future if your skillset is SAP -- Hitachi Consulting's primary money maker. Overall rating for this particular opinion is reflective only of the group and offices of which I have knowledge and may not apply to all Hitachi Consulting Corporation organizational work groups.


    If you are 50 or above, beware. Even with good reviews, Hitachi will find a way to get rid of you if they want. Last layoff at one location, all we're above the age of 40. One was in the 20s and was dismissed for poor performance even though with last review there was no mention to him that he was performing below expectations. Neither was there a plan put in place to monitor and perhaps help him as is standard practice. They also have been known to lay people off in good standing and then immediately hire someone that they prefer more--even though to my knowledge, this is illegal. Depending upon location, the good old boy network may exist. Work life balance can be good, however, if you work almost entirely remotely, you may be easy pickings to be let go. This is because since you are not seen frequently in an office, you probably will be have less of an impact on the remaining employees when dismissed. At meetings cover ups that people are laid off is common--the inference being that you went somewhere else -- perhaps another job.

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