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    Originally posted by Bluenose View Post
    Until we receive a stream of gushing praise for the agencies listed in this thread, i am afraid that the evidence suggests that you need to keep all these agencies in the higher risk folder.

    as with roulette there are some winners but most lose out in the long run.

    I have never, in ten years of contracting, sourced a decent role through any of the agencies listed in this thread or, had a positive experience dealing with Wipro.

    Your mileage may vary.....
    The mileage won't vary. They are trash and deserve to stay confined the metaphorical dustbin.

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      I worked for an Indian managed service company and this move in April is like music to their ears. Finally the local contractors they inherited when they were made preferred supplier who they made little margin on are leaving as they are all being marked inside IR35 by their risk adverse client which means they are looking to bring in their own staff from India on peanuts to fulfill the statement of work. The client is not happy as they value the people they had but they signed up to this company having the contract for the work and therefore don't really have much of a say at this point.

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        Originally posted by OntheBenchin2020 View Post
        I worked for an Indian managed service company and this move in April is like music to their ears. Finally the local contractors they inherited when they were made preferred supplier who they made little margin on are leaving as they are all being marked inside IR35 by their risk adverse client which means they are looking to bring in their own staff from India on peanuts to fulfill the statement of work. The client is not happy as they value the people they had but they signed up to this company having the contract for the work and therefore don't really have much of a say at this point.
        same story with every other company out there. Come april there will be plane loads of people coming from india.
        Its come to the point where indian outsourcer are asking a lot more money and the clients have no other option than to pay them. Forget about contracting it will be difficult to even get a permie job.

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          Originally posted by Andy2 View Post
          same story with every other company out there. Come april there will be plane loads of people coming from india.
          Its come to the point where indian outsourcer are asking a lot more money and the clients have no other option than to pay them. Forget about contracting it will be difficult to even get a permie job.
          Looks like I am going to end up opening a curry house . But there are already too many

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            Give 12 months of consultancy failure and things will change. It's just going to be a tough 12 months for som.e
            The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist

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              Originally posted by LondonManc View Post
              Give 12 months of consultancy failure and things will change. It's just going to be a tough 12 months for som.e
              TCS two months in at current client co and they already wish they could go back to Infosys, which they thought were bad.
              What I wanted to say is companies use the Indian service companies for years and if they don't like them they switch to another, it somehow doesn't occur to them to switch to a local one or to take back things in their own hands. The failure just continues

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                Originally posted by Eirikur View Post
                TCS two months in at current client co and they already wish they could go back to Infosys, which they thought were bad.
                What I wanted to say is companies use the Indian service companies for years and if they don't like them they switch to another, it somehow doesn't occur to them to switch to a local one or to take back things in their own hands. The failure just continues
                It's like living with a lousy partner isn't? He/She doesn't know what the new one would bring in - Known devil is better than unknown angel!

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                  Originally posted by LondonManc View Post
                  Give 12 months of consultancy failure and things will change. It's just going to be a tough 12 months for som.e
                  I concur. Exactly what I thought

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                    Originally posted by Andy2 View Post
                    same story with every other company out there. Come april there will be plane loads of people coming from india.
                    Its come to the point where indian outsourcer are asking a lot more money and the clients have no other option than to pay them. Forget about contracting it will be difficult to even get a permie job.
                    Almost,

                    Super flood gates from 31st Jan 2021

                    I already know several Indian friends that will be quitting infosys/sapaint and getting over on new visas as contractors / permie employees




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                      Originally posted by CompulsiveArsonist View Post
                      I keep getting calls from "Avance Consulting"
                      They normally tied in with HCL, along with Accutor as well. and at one bank I was with there were payment problems with accutor with quite a few of my contractor colleagues and needless to say that caused no end of problems.

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