Hi UK 🐠: grateful if someone can share the comp range (base + bonus + any other benefits like stock options) at Director level at Capgemini Invent? TIA 🙏
Stay at Accenture (2nd yr Manager, would be up for SM December 2022) or take startup offer (Director)? current base $135k, bonus $15k, 401k match: dollar for dollar up to 6% of base. Stage E startup valuation from recent round back in March of $2+b: base $175k, target bonus 15% ($26k), .008% equity, no 401k match, free health/dental/vision for me and family.
Let's take out work life balance and benefits for now. Offer: LinkedIn BizOps manager, 170k base, 50k in RSUs annually, maybe 10k bonus Current: post MBA position, ~200k total cash base and bonus Promotion in a year: director at EYP, ~ 200 base, maybe 20% bonus Would you take the offer or stay? Seems to me that from a comp perspective, LinkedIn isn't a wow. In fact, I'm finding most BizOps in big tech don't actually pay all that much. Talk to me about how you value packages
I wanted career advice from my fellow HR professionals. My background has been in recruiting however I wanted to explore other HR areas. I really like the world of HR. Would specializing in one area such as Benefits or HRIS analysis way too go or would it be in management/ director level role. Thank you.
If anyone is interested in an internal strategy and operations consulting at a healthcare company, DM me. Consultant. Senior consultant. Engagement manager. Director. Rapid promotions. Someone went from SC to EM in 9 months.
What’s the typical salary / benefits package for a managing director at Deloitte (consulting, not accounting)?
Help me pick. Corporate strategy at global FMCG, potential to exit into P&L ownership or equivalent role in 2-3 years. Equivalent to “head of”/director title. People are smart but no ego, and role would serve category/geo leaders as well as exco. 16% pay cut but a true 9-6 and industry-leading benefits. 75 min commute till Dec and then 30 min after new office. Head of strategy/innovation at midsize regional insurtech in “scaleup” mode. Potential to exit into major role in 2 years CONT
What should I charge as a freelance rate for a Strategy Director? I have ~10YOE in healthcare and CPG at top agencies. Based in NYC and would work remote.
Looking at exits into pharma and biotech. Have an opp at a biotech at the SM level. Total comp excluding equity is around $190k; RSUs vest over 4 years with annual refreshers, so first year equity would be around $6,200 and it would go up by $6,200 each of the next 3 years, plus whatever base bump I get. Very good benefits package. They envision 2-3 years before I jump either to AD or right to D. Solid opp? Or hold out to go straight to director level?
Recently promoted Deloitte SM in GPS/C&M (TC - approx. $225K for those who care :)). In the market to switch to Healthcare industry at a Director level. Accenture and others are ringing my phone off the hook. Accenture is offering SM level. Does it make sense to give up 10 years worth of network in Deloitte to go to a comparable firm for some raise and start over with no network? Or, should I stick to my original goal of switching over to the industry for a better W/L Balance?
I graduated in May 2020 and found myself excepting a Junior Art Director position in Healthcare. I never saw myself in health but with many agencies having hiring freezes I decided to get some experience and save up some money in the meantime￼. Fast forward one year; I’ve added a new campaign to my website and I’m starting to apply to consumer agencies again￼￼￼￼. ￼ Any tips to help me make the transition?￼￼ Any place to avoid? Who have you noticed is hiring again? Thanks in advance :)
I graduated in May 2020 and found myself excepting a Junior Art Director position in Healthcare. I never saw myself in health but with many agencies having hiring freezes I decided to get some experience and save up some money in the meantime. Fast forward one year; I’ve added a new campaign to my website and I’m starting to apply to consumer agencies again. Any tips to help me make the transition? Any place to avoid? Who have you noticed is hiring again? Thanks in advance :)
Just got the call that I got promoted to director after spending 7 months of this performance year on maternity leave 🎉🎉🎉
Any suggestions for questions to ask a Manager and Director during an interview? It is a healthcare strategy/transformation role. This is the second level interview, so I did ask a few questions during the first interview with the Manager.
What are some great questions to ask during an interview with a Manager and Director? It is healthcare related if that helps.
Need advice/tips please: how do you prepare yourself when you return to work after taking parental leave. I'm just back to work from family leave. I've been out for months and need some time to catch up with the team. In order to make a smooth transition, here are some actions that I'm taking: 1. read company latest news/team priority updates 2. setting future goals 3. bringing up projects I'd like to be considered for Anything else? If you were my director, what would you expect from me?
Have been pinged for a possible role as Director of Operations at a promising looking startup with a 50%% pay increase & equity. It looks like an amazing opportunity.. but my husband and I have just started trying for our first kid, and I'm not sure about leaving the stability and benefits of Big 4, even though I feel like I have run out of career growth here. Has anyone changed jobs at a similar point, or worked at a startup as a new mom, that might be able to share perspective or opinions?
Got an industry offer - Director level, 100% remote - $230k & 15% bonus. SM1 $177k. Thinking that isn’t enough to jump but close friends think I’m letting the carrot of Principal, and the pension that goes with it, cloud my judgement. Thoughts?
New partners in big 4: do you think big 4 partnership is still worth it now that many big 4 firms are no longer offering lifetime pensions? How did you decide whether to stay or leave? And is there an ideal time to leave (like as a director vs. 1st year partner vs 5th year partner) based on vesting of benefits, exit opportunities, etc?
So I have been asked to join a large audit account as lead director. I am going to accept this role as I think it’s a great role. However, personally I know I want to start a family in the next year or so will be out on maternity leave for some time if all goes according to plan. Long term, I would love to retain my spot on this account post any mat leave but I know they would need someone to step in in the interim. Any advice? I know this is so long term but I can’t not help think about it
KPMG MDs: A few q for you: 1) What was your %raise when promoted from D. or Sr. D. to MD? 2) What special retirement benefits (pension/401k contributions changes) do MDs get vs. Director? 3) Is there a post-retirement health care benefit?
Any KPMG 🐠 willing to do a referral? I found a director healthcare role out of San Diego. I am ex KPMG but my network is from 8 years ago and east coast. I applied to the role already so not sure how referrals work?!? TIA
Hi all. director level health care professional here with ten years experience (US based). I've worked in provider setting, consulting, and currently in health insurance. I immigrated to US in high school and I have/continue to thoroughly enjoy my time in US. That said, in the next few years, I would like to move to Europe (for 2-5 years) and wanted to see what everyone's thoughts are on how to go about this as a healthcare professional and getting work. Main avenues I'm seeing
What's the difference between expectations / responsibilities / benefits / perks between a Strat Director and a VP?
Any thoughts on firms that have a relaxed culture and provide good WLB, less than 50+ a week? I have a friend who is currently a director at a healthcare system who is looking to spend more time with family.
I’m a director at a startup, 31 years old. I’m getting to the point where i want to start a family but don’t see how in this environment supports that since the work is so intense and there aren’t good benefits. I’d like to make similar or better salary since kids aren’t cheap. I’ve worked at tech and software industry in the past. What companies would have the environment I’m looking for? I know we are all looking for that golden opportunity with amazing work life balance and amazing pay but
Currently working in a stable job at a large-ish company with a good salary and benefits but not likely to get promoted anytime soon. I have a prospective opportunity working for a unicorn as a Director with the opportunity to build something from scratch, but I’ve never worked at a start-up. Anyone have advice or things I should consider?
Hi ladies! My company is looking for Sr Director and above people who are interested in the Life Science and Healthcare space! Must be willing to relocate to Silicon Valley or already live in the area. DM me if interested. Thank you!
Looking for an Account Director to work on global Pharma brand at Havas Lynx (North West UK). Great team and excellent benefits. DM me if you are interested! 😊
Any UK fishes on here? I’m looking for an Account Director to come work at Havas Lynx in the North West. Flexible working, good benefits and a great team. DM me on here for more info. 😊
Do Directors at Deloitte get a pension after retirement? What is the structure / range of the pension for Simone who stays director at least for 10 years.
Salary Question - I am the director of digital marketing at a start up agency. I understand start ups usually pay less, but right now I am only making 30K/year with hardly any benefits. I feel stuck in my job because if I leave, the whole thing would most likely fall apart. I also love my job, I love my company, I love everything about it, except for that fact that I only make 30K/year. I know now that my worth is way above that. Any suggestions on how to ask for a raise?
Thoughts on this offer.. Currently an M4 in CBO - Healthcare. Up for SM, in good standing but not sure I want to be a career consultant. Want to make sure I’m not selling myself short as I’m expecting a bump at SM due to being low in the band. Currently: 163K Base Minimal Bonus this year 🤬 Offer: Fortune 500 Sr Director 200K Base 25% Bonus 20-40K in RSUs All in around 290 if things go well
Hi all, I wondering what I should do i was planning on taking an advance Accounting course in January 2021. Part of my company benefits is tuition reimbursement. I got an email back from my manager that was clearly drafted by the Director. The email basically stated that they were concerned that I was over working myself and the course would not be reimbursed at this time maybe in April that would be after they reevaluate the situation. My question here is should I be concerned I’m a target.
Transferring from US to UK. What are the standard benefits you get as a big 4 senior manager/director? Like phone? Car? Fitness allowance?
Rate the offer. I have MBA from Top 5 and currently a manager at a T2 firm with 4 yoe post MBA. Pre-MBA I was in a separate field. The offer is for an internal consulting group at a healthcare company. Expected hours 40-50 hours a week. Base: 187,500 Signing: 20k Target Bonus: 15%. Promotion potential from manager to director within a year where base will become 200 and target 20%. This is a management position and will be based out of NYC.
Two offers.. In growth tech company-Sr Manager, $290K vs in health care company-Director, $315K. This is total comp including RSUs and both are in SF Bay Area. I have always been with tech companies so wondering if moving verticals is worth the extra incentive. The role will be in the sw unit of a healthcare company. What would you do?
Hi everyone, we’re going to have a Fishbowl Live chat Thursday at 8 PM EST about healthcare technology, ventures and careers in healthcare consulting with the Director of Healthcare at IDEO, Tim peck. This is only available on iOS right now, so make sure you update your app. You can join us by tapping on this link at 8 PM EST on Thursday: https://joinfishbowl.com/live_br9u2t Hope you can join us!
Hi 🐠, have an interview for a new charter school (startup~), as director of operations but my background is in banking. If anyone has insight on basically how a school operates that would be great (like what is done inhouse vs outsourced, etc). Summary of job description: Leads all aspects of school operations, including facilities, food and transportation services, school schedules, rosters, student information database, visitors, payroll, benefits Cont...
Looking to hire for the following roles (all media planning/buying): • Director of Performance Marketing - fulltime salary + benefits (Illinois preferable - can discuss remote options) • Google Ads Specialist (UAC/user acquisition/mobile marketing) - part-time/contractor (remote) • Google Ads Specialist (Search, Shop, Video/Display) - part-time/contractor (remote) • Facebook Ads Specialist - part-time/contractor (remote) If you have account/client-facing ability, big plus! DM me 🤙🏻
What % of your 401K contribution does your employer match? Trying to get some benchmarking ideas, thanks
Is there a timeframe on when I need to update my HSA? I left my old company 2 months ago but haven’t found the time to update my old HSA. I rolled over my 401k
PwC Partners.....can you explain the big operating model change that was announced that had no bearing on staff. Why announce it then? What benefits can we expect?
Just joined D and looking at rollover options from old 401k. Are there any arguments against rolling over and leaving the old 401k as is?
What are people doing for their retirement? How much do you invest monthly and what % into your 401k?
Deloitte 🐟 what are the best full-time benefits
Besides pay/benefits, what are changes that happen when you move from a C to M levels? Do you have access/exposure to different tools that help you do your job/take on bigger responsibilities?
Thoughts on working at Walmart corporate? I imagine pay is below market and benefits are subpar but don’t know if that’s true.
I have an opportunity to take over the 401k at my credit union and was thinking about getting this as it seems like it could be done pretty quickly and may pay dividends in the future.
What generally produces better returns - 401k invested in index, or landlords with leverage?
First time home buyer. What are the tricks yo get finacial benefits from builder, broker, lender, state and federal. Would be doing 5% downpayment. Trying to avoid pmi or get lower one, for 30 yr
Has anyone ever had their luggage lost by LOT airlines? If so, were you able to get any reimbursement?
Would you jump ship for a 26% base increase, but the firm you’re going to has no 401k match or tuition assistance (current has 6% and 5k a year)
I 100% believe women should have paid maternity leave after a certain tenure at their companies. However, curious to hear thoughts on the following scenario I saw described on LinkedIn... (cont)
Been in for about 4 years (campus hire), and beginning discussions with recruiters about a switch to industry. What are the big things to consider when switching? (e.g. comp, benefits, etc.?)
Have an in-person interview w/ a partner, director and manager @ PWC. Any advice? Thanks
Relocation: If you change offices (by own choice), does your salary eventually get adjusted for market/cost of living? Understand it will not immediately, but as part of the normal year end process?
Does anyone else find it difficult to ask for time off? I haven’t taken a “vacation day” since February, billed 185+ hour months consistently through the pandemic (exceeded hours for 2020 bonus eligibility), and am feeling pretty burnt out. It’s hard because other associates in my department haven’t really taken any time off either (or it has been a day or two sporadically). Would really love to take some days over Christmas to recharge but I’m nervous about perception.
Anyone that’s jumped from the D to MBB, I am curious how different the work is? I love my team, project city, but I’m not interested in the project. How much better is the work at MBB at analyst lvl?
Is it realistic to aim for a move to MBB after 1-2 years of experience at a Tier 2 firm (OW/ATK/RB/S&) in the region? How difficult is it to move from Tier 2 to MBB?
Anyone willing to share experiences on what's it like working for Doordash strategy? How is the working environment, culture, etc?
In years you don’t make your bonus, what do your billable hours typically look like? Are you missing it by a hair or is it normal to have some years where you’re only billing 1600? I just finished my first year and trying to figure out what a “normal” slow year looks like compared to a pandemic slow year.
Which non-SWE roles are worth it at FAANG in terms of pay? Will any pay better than MBB?
Advice on taking and passing the SPHR exam?
I have a standing offer with Accenture (AFS). Due to coronavirus, the recruiter told me they are pausing staffing of external people like myself while they take care of internal people on the bench. My recruiter said he would touch base monthly during covid, but usually I’m the one to reach out to him. We haven’t spoken since mid March, so should I reach out? I totally understand if they’re still in the same position as before and nothing changed since mid March in terms of hiring.
How much are the hourly rates for the seasonal contractors at the B4 firms? Especially in tax. Thanks
Awkward Questions from Client: So you're out of CO right, do you smoke weed? ... No, and not appropriate in the middle of a meeting
Any tips and tricks on PE interview model exams? Concepts and structure is there, but what strategies can you employ to be as efficient as possible when building under the tight timelines?
Dear 🐟 My I94 has expired and the current firm has applied for an h1b extension. But it is still pending as it was done in regular processing. I have a receipt from USCIS. I have an offer from another company, would they be able to file for an h1b transfer at this point? Would they also apply for an extension at the same time? Worried as I don't have a valid I94 and am staying in US on borrowed time with a USCIS receipt only
Does EY-P offer good exit opportunities? Is CDD at EY-P worth the grind (no kids, yet)? How is it overall?
What’s the salary for M1 in deals
Getting far along in the interview process.. kind of starting to get cold feet. Anyone been in the same spot (current job is not exciting anymore but fear of the unknown giving you second thoughts)?