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L.E.K. is looking for lateral hires with 1+ YoE in consulting. There is a strong demand for Consultants (typically mid-tenured or post-MBA). Pay, healthcare, and other benefits are very competitive. DM me if you have recent consulting experience! Hot take: · No PMO, staff aug, implementation, or forced extracurriculars · Only corporate strategy and commercial due diligences · Projects are actually similar to the typical case interviews

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L.E.K. is looking for lateral hires with 1+ YoE in consulting. There is a strong demand for Consultants (typically mid-tenured or post-MBA). Pay, healthcare, and other benefits are very competitive. DM me if you have recent consulting experience! Hot take: · No PMO, staff aug, implementation, or forced extracurriculars · Only corporate strategy and commercial due diligences · Projects are actually similar to the typical case interviews

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I applied for a job and received an offer from my client. 15k+ bump in salary, better benefits/remote work, and responsibilities will give me exposure to all areas of the organization (start up). The problem is that they’re looking to staff me as a Senior when I’m currently a Manager at DT. They said they’re flexible on title, but curious to hear how others have navigated similar situations. I would report directly to the controller and have 1-2 staff reporting to me...

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Currently at one of the big tech firms. Been here for less than 2 years, enjoy it for the most part. Very comfortable as well with amazing benefits, decent WLB, and not bad pay. Would you leave this role for a 80% raise for a startup Chief of Staff role? Would go from around $140-160K TC to $250K but not sure if the instability, more hours, more limited career growth is worth it. (4 YOE out of UG)

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Advice for handling someone trying to staff you as their paternity leave replacement while you’re interviewing for other jobs?

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Do people have good examples of healthcare centers that provide daycare for clinical staff? Especially these days I could really use the help. I want to propose something our hospital can get set up quickly

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