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March 3, 2015

The revolving door at DHR International

The Wayback Machine makes it easy to look back in time at DHR International's web site.

We did some quick analysis and compared the consultants listed on the web site in May 2008 versus today (March 2015). The total number of consultants is essentially flat. The interesting statistic is the churn: approximately 80 per cent of the consultants employed by DHR International in 2008 have left over the seven years. That is a high churn in a professional services firm - over 10% per year.

Of course, many consultants have come and gone during this time and so the turnover will be even higher.

Can anybody guess why?


  1. Interesting. I am currently an Executive Vice President at DHR International and we often note the fanfare of internal emails and external media releases when new consultants join. More often than not, these new consultants disappear in the middle of the night and there's not even an internal email to notify us.

    I have some interesting information for you. How do I email you?

    Thanks for this blog. We are all watching it closely.

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