McKinsey consultants advising ICE "proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care & supervision of detainees, according to interviews with people who worked on the project for both ICE and McKinsey and 1,500 pages of documents"
"Newly uncovered documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find 'detention savings opportunities' — including measures the agency’s staff sometimes viewed as too harsh on immigrants."
When the Trump administration wanted to find ways to detain more migrants, the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. advised making cuts in spending on food, medical care and supervision, new documents show. Co-publishing with
McKinsey and Co., the international consultants, were deeply involved in helping the Trump administration figure out how to crack down on illegal immigration, new documents show. Copublishing with
If you follow me and work at McKinsey right now, in the middle of the tightest labor market in two decades, you should quit. Just quit. You’re smart and well-credentialed and there a million better things to do with your life.
the big consulting firms really do not suffer enough blowback for the titanically evil stuff they do as core business. presumably because most people just don't really know
People in ICE detention are suffering inhumane and even life-threatening conditions. All companies have a responsibility to protect human rights – not help the government violate them.
When the Trump administration wanted to find ways to detain more migrants, McKinsey advised making cuts in spending on food, medical care and supervision, new documents show. Collab with
OMG this article. McKinsey has been helping the Trump administration's offensive against immigrants. So much so that it made *ICE officials* uncomfortable with how far McKinsey consultants were going...
"McKinsey’s team also looked for ways to accelerate the deportation process ... The consultants, three people who worked on the project said, seemed focused solely on cutting costs and speeding up deportations"
This week & reported how consulting giant helped ICE implement the Trump admin’s immigration crackdown. The firm insists its work didn’t touch Trump immigration policy. Let’s look at the facts. /1
These are human beings, not budget line items. I am calling on the City to reconsider any future relationships with McKinsey. Efficiency cannot come at the expense of morality.
How helped President Trump carry out his immigration policies, recommending cuts in spending on food and health care for migrants. McKinsey needs to hire a consulting company to search for its soul.
McKinsey consultants “proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care and supervision of detainees,” and “looked for ways to accelerate the deportation process.”
The & revealed how , contracted by ICE, “proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care & supervision of detainees...” & “looked for ways to accelerate the deportation process...” #BackersofHate /2
., the 'trusted' US global business advisor took millions in South Africa taxpayer money in illegal contract, worked with , helped Africa's richest woman exploit poor country's wealth * * *
So McKinsey helped ICE accelerate deportations and save on food for detainees What a shocking departure from the company's values.
This terrifying article about got me thinking about the ’s Strategic Plan, , and why a university system president is relying so heavily on their analysis. Gather 'round for a thread!
Must-read on the privatization of border enforcement. And it’s not only Trump. I don’t know how these McKinsey folks sleep at night and Buttigieg also has some questions to answer.
McKinsey was contracted for work with ICE under the Obama administration. Unsurprising. Even more reason to question the consultant class and their use in government and commerce.
"McKinsey’s team also looked for ways to accelerate the deportation process, provoking worries among some ICE staff members that the recommendations risked short-circuiting due-process protections for migrants fighting removal from the United States."
How Helped the Trump Administration Carry Out Its Immigration Policies
“The money-saving recommendations ⁦⁩ came up with made some career ICE workers uncomfortable. They proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care and supervision of detainees”
A deeply disturbing story that raises profound questions about business ethics and values - How McKinsey Helped the Trump Administration Carry Out Its Immigration Policies
Strategy’s apex predator proves again that strategy is, per se, amoral. via
has faced mounting scrutiny over the past two years, as reports have raised questions about whether the firm has crossed ethical and legal lines in pursuit of profit”. A scary, yet worthwhile read.
"McKinsey will not, under any circumstances, engage in work, anywhere in the world, that advances or assists in policies that are at odds with our values."
“The consultants found it difficult to attach a dollar figure to the standards themselves, the former ICE officials said.” Classic consulting error: maximize on easy metrics, ignore hard-to-measure
How McKinsey Helped the Trump Administration Carry Out Its Immigration Policies
This is horrifying and an example of why a focus on “cost savings” across a range of federal spending domains often depends on engaging in human rights violations.
How McKinsey Helped the Trump Administration Carry Out Its Immigration Policies
McKinsey played a big role in helping ICE
Absolutely ghoulish. "They proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care and supervision of detainees...with little acknowledgment that these policies affected thousands of human beings."
Dear / student, I know this isn't what you thought you'd be doing with your degree, but the tradeoff may be worth it for a year. It's a fantastic way to learn how business works. The skills will serve you well. Oh for fuck's sake