No 'bites the dust'
Just another player in the corporate merry-go-round.
Paris because even she could do a better job that some of these 'C' level execs.
The head of Capita’s technology solutions division Simon Furber is the most recent capo to leave the biz. His departure comes as the outsourcing Goliath issued its first ever profit warning in which it blamed a drop-off in the reseller businesses in the IT Enterprise Services subsidiary for a £30m shortfall in sales. A Capita …
I used to work in the early 00s with a guy who turned up and said to me he he used to work for Arthur Andersen Accountants. The others couldn't understand why I was giving him slightly shocked looks .... I'm not sure even he understood why there would be anything at all interesting in that ;)
>I know let's blame Brexit just like loads of other companies are.
Yep, Brexit has been great for the exporters who don't import raw materials or fuel. The FTSE is up. 3% inflation by 2017 end is good for savers and mortgages are too cheap anyway. The Pound has been overvalued since the mid-70's anyway. The banks were always going to Frankfurt. Nissans are crap. Everything's coming up roses.
......AKA the London Borough of Capita.
I hardly need to say any more than that, really, but clearly their business model is to persuade gullible organisations that they can provide the same service cheaper, then provide a poorer service at same or greater cost, by subcontracting their work to as small a number of people as they can get away with without actually leaving their offices so empty that squatters move in.
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