Received an offer from a pre-IPO (Series D) AI software startup in HCOL city. Trying to assess the offer. Role: Strategy Manager Salary: $115k Equity: 5000 shares ($80k) YOE: 3.5 Benefits: About as good as they come I thought the base salary was going to be higher. Am I being greedy?
Have an offer to move to a Fortune 500 company as a finance manager and an offer to move to a small PE owned company ($200m in revenue) as a business strategy manager. Same pay. Small company has me working with CFO/CEO/PE firm directly and large company has more benefits and defined career progression. Also the small company doesn’t have maternity leave and only has short term disability whereas the F500 has 1 month leave + disability. Which to take (kids in 2-3 years)? High impact or security?
Have an offer to move to a Fortune 500 company as a finance manager and an offer to move to a small PE owned company ($200m in revenue) as a business strategy manager. Same pay. Small company has me working with CFO/CEO/PE firm directly and large company has more perks/benefits and more defined career progression. Which to take? I’m conflicted!
Product manager at recently acquired fintech startup (great benefits & culture, manager role, little brand awareness, concerns w life after acquisition ), account manager at FAANG (great culture & benefits, $$, iffy role, great brand), biz ops & corporate strategy manager at large TMT company (iffy culture, meh benefits, manager title) What do you do? End goal is product or strategy. <3 YOE
Ad agency designer desperately looking for an out but I have a possible new job opportunity. Here is my dilemma: Pros.... more money, no crazy client demands, pitches or decks or even prospective clients that will go nowhere (in-house), better benefits Cons.... this is a big one - it’s healthcare I’ve been at agencies with a range of clients for the past few years. Career suicide taking an in-house healthcare job? Especially if role focuses more on growth & performance over design?
In the first 10 years of your career, how many times did you job hop? Was having the convo with my parents, that my generation does not stay at jobs for 20+ years like they did. No benefits like pensions to keep us there. 🤷♀️
When cashing out vacation days, only taxes are taken out right? Not other things like 401k, medical etc?
It's a bad time to be in consumer ad land. Would you say healthcare agencies are facing similar account loss and hiring freezes across the board?
Any benefits to learning Python over R in consulting or do they essentially serve the same purpose with similar levels of effectiveness?
Going back to work tomorrow after paternal leave. Gonna miss tummy time, skin to skin and swaddling with my little guy 😭. So ready to quit and be a SAH dad 😭😭
I know this has been asked a million times so apologies in advance. I'm 24 and this is my first full time job. I'm putting 10% into 401k and $5500/yr into Roth IRA. Anything else I should be CONT
Do clients in the healthcare industry (insurers specifically) drug test? I smoke weed occasionally
Trying to get smart on saving/investing. I have a 401K, but what else should I be considering? Any tips or ideas you can share?
Has your organization done a great job at developing and retaining women in senior leadership positions? If so, what have been some of the successful programs, culture characteristics, or benefits?
First year out of college. Given your experience, better to max out traditional 401K or Roth 401K now? I know the basics but can't decide.
So - does anyone else work at an insurance company that has shitty health benefits? Last Dr. Visit cost me over $700 out of pocket and it was a regular check-up w/ labs???
Hello! 23 y/o, 2nd year analyst who is ~hopefully receiving her first bonus and wondering what tax elections / retirement elections I should make? I max my Roth, and should be close to maxing my 401K, but wondering if it makes sense to dump it in trad 401K to avoid the taxes? Otherwise would I just keep my normal paycheck contributions and call it a day? Thanks!
If you contribute 6% traditional 401k, and 6% Roth as well, which gets matched?! Guessing it doesn't matter in the end...
Should I choose to go into an industry that is “perfect for my background” or into an industry that I am interested in? My background is healthcare/life science but interested in commercial banking. Compensation and job security are my top priorities.
PwC field for my extension in June 2019. At that time my I-140 wasn’t approved and since I was maxing out on H1B they have applied extension till Feb 2020 (Max Out Period). Continued...
My bro is a physical therapist... they are having tough time... many layoffs due to Covid situation... any opportunities/ recommendations?
Anyone else in an internal role? How do you like it? Would you switch over to a client facing position?
My GF is interviewing for a role she’s really excited about. She met with the hiring manager yesterday, and said she felt it went pretty well (the hiring manager told her after the interview that he has 4 other folks to interview and then he’ll get back to her). She sent an update/thank you note to the executive recruiter this morning and got this reply. Does the note portend good or bad news? She’s worked up like crazy.
Anyone else feel it’s unethical to push employees to take PTO? Understand if it’s directly to avoid layoffs but not otherwise.
For interviews do you talk about all of your experiences (e.g internships during undergrad) or only the full time jobs you have had? Or should just just focus on the most recent (current &last job)
Students: Wow EY offers unlimited PTO, they must really care about flexibility and work life balance #vision2020 EY:
The current administration has banned critical race theory-based diversity training across federal agencies claiming education around white privilege is anti-American. As someone who is dedicated to anti-racism work, I believe these conversations on the pervasiveness of systemic racism are necessary in order to dismantle the broken system and are central to our work as HR professionals. I fear what precedent this ban will set. Thoughts from other HR pros? https://www.forbes.com/sites/janicegassam/2020/09/05/trump-bans-diversity-training-claiming-its-divisive-anti-american-propaganda/
When you fly between two client cities within the same week for different projects, which project should I expense for that flight?
Trying to put together a compensation comparison viz for the entire industry. Please join this new bowl if you’d like to share.
Has anyone successfully relocated for a job and have some tips? I am currently applying (3 yoe) but having trouble getting interest from recruiters outside my state.
MBB in London vs Seattle. Any difference in quality of experience? Family member is from Seattle and only wants to do consulting for a few years for the experience / learning, but likes the idea of working internationally. Would you choose / recommend differently for post-MBA?