I want to move into IFS for better work life balance and less stress. I don’t mind working hard but can’t handle the client stress. What IFS teams are good for work life balance (and which to avoid?)
There is a thread on the main bowl about which level is the hardest and the consensus seems to be director level is the most difficult one. Are some of the things said there true of IFS directors too?
Making the switch to IFS from Advisory after this Thanksgiving break. Any tips or pieces of guidance to help me be successful?
Anyone home grown in IFS feel extremely unmotivated after getting promoted, not being able to negotiate your salary? Esp. when someone from CS moves up and over at a higher salary with less experience
offer from PwC. Line of business: Advisory Competency:IFS - Information Technology Job Category:Application and emerging tech how come it's advisory and IFS both. not able to figure it out.pls hlp
Hi All, new to IFS! Excited. I’m a mom so this transition is LONG over due... coming from financial services advisory. Any advice on how to make this a good experience and quirks I should know about?
Any advice on dealing with frustration/jealousy seeing peers who stayed in advisory growing faster than me coz I transferred to ifs? I do have good reasons for transferring to IFS and have...
How did you transfer to IFS? I applied to a few positions in Workday and got denied. The feedback was they found some who had done the job before or was closer to the business. Feeling discouraged :(
Do you know of anyone that has gone through visa sponsorship in IFS? What are the requirements? Does PwC sponsor I-140? Currently they are processing I-140 for me in Advisory client facing
Trying to get a sense of what all IFS groups there are. Please share your group name in the comments. If your group name is already posted in the comments, +1 it
Who here started off in client service and switched to IFS? Are you happy with the change? I’ll start - transferred from Advisory and so much happier. WFH 100% and love what I do! Worth the pay cut