Feeling confused: I interviewed for a position at a large well-know firm, 6 rounds of interviews (Final with Director), then they called to negotiate salary and said they would like to make me an offer, 2 weeks of silence, now I get an email saying they want me to do an additional interview with an associate consultant at the company.... are they buying time? What’s going on? I’ve already talked to the director
Did anyone receive an interview invite for BCG/Bain Associate Consultant role (Boston Office)? If so, how long after you submitted your application online?
Anyone heard of SSA & Company? Got an interview for an associate consultant role but not sure of their rep
Anyone ever interviewed for/worked at Bridgespan? Planning to apply for the Associate Consultant position but not sure how to stand out. All their ACs seem to be from Ivys and have relevant experience
I have an interview with Konrad Group tomorrow for a Strategy and Technology associate consultant role. Does anyone have experience with Konrad? Would love to hear your thoughts
Anyone took up to a year off from work and then went back to consulting? How did interviews go re: how the time was spent if it was time off related to family? Fyi not that I had a kid; other reasons
What to wear for industry webex interview? Is a shirt and jacket enough? Feel silly if I wear a tie
Totally goofed an interview, was in sell mode/selling myself, but the I didn’t want to come on to strong so I buffered with “oh yeah I can do some of the work.” 🤦🏼♀️ Knowing full well I’d be an asset
Just started job at big 4 after having been at boutique for one year, but just received email from MBB asking to schedule 1st round interview. Going to take the interview with MBB - any advice (cont)
Has anyone managed to later be hired by a firm that initially rejected you after completing all interview rounds? I’m trying to apply elsewhere but realizing I really liked this previous place best.
Found out recently that I am not receiving an offer following final round interview at Big4. Recruiter I’ve been in contact with has been a great help and told me afterwards that they’d be more than happy to pass my resume over to other team leads looking to staff. Is this a common occurrence or was it a kind, common courtesy send-off to our time working through the hiring process together?
After a very good interview with a an agency recruiter I contacted her for updates. She replied she was still waiting to hear from the team but I was in her list. Shall I wait or contact her again?
Can I bring my short-form birth certificate to a TSA precheck interview or do I need the long-form version?
I’m interviewing at an agency I really want to work at in 2 weeks. We have been talking for a few months and now they are flying me there to meet everyone. This will be my first interview after 4
Do you think it’s overkill to send a sample of my work product (wiped of client info) to my interviewer? I interviewed last Friday and sent a thank you. It’s been 10 days, they’re still interviewing..
I expecting to receive an offer letter this afternoon and to walkthrough it with the hiring managers. I will also have a phone call with HR later this week for any additional questions. I gave my expected salary range (pretty wide and aggressive) during the interview process but haven’t talked specifics. I assume negotiations happen with HR instead of the hiring manager? Anyone have any insight? Thank you so much. First time interviewing outside of college
Looking to exit consulting since the beginning of this year. Interviewed with the top 2 high tech firms on the west coast and got rejected after initial phone screen at both the places...cont.
I have a final interview for Account Director at a top agency. I’m meeting CEO, VP, Group AD. Is there any Do’s and Do not’s that you recommend?
How do you answer “where else are you applying?”? What’s the purpose of that question? Feels weird saying that I’m interviewing at so many other firms.
I applied for an internal audit position and quickly interviewed with HR and hiring manager. 2 weeks ago HR reached out and said I am still in consideration for the role but they are trying to get
AWS non tech program manager position interview with hiring manager and manager on team. Any tips please (outside of leadership principles)? I’m always nervous during interviews.
Ever taken a step down role with the same money because you really wanted to work at the particular place?
Changing my client domain/industry after 2 years. Is this going to set my career back by a few years? I feel I'm starting from scratch and mayyyybe not getting the best role. Stupid move?
Can I expense a massage therapist for stress induced tension/muscle spasms due to hefting luggage into overhead bins twice a week every week for like most of the year?
Been on the bench for some weeks. Sure I'm helping with proposals, but I'm also able to work on my NPO, study for my GRE for B-School in 2018 and hang with the wife. Being anxious = waste of time.
For Big4 consultants who work in the government sector with a clearance, are you still working remotely because of COVID or are you required to work in person at government buildings (i.e. pentagon, etc.)?
Can I expense a night at a hotel if my flight leaving engagement city was delayed and rerouted to a different city and 2 hours from my house? Will land super late and still have to 2 hours to get home
World Health Organization just declared Covid-19 to be a Pandemic. So when are we cancelling travel?? If they announce anything during Monday’s webinar, that’s already too late for most people...
anyone here in the capco dallas office that would be able to give me better insight into the culture, type of projects, and pay?
I've been freelancing for nearly 2 years but want to go full time now. Do I still need to tell recruiters I was laid off and that's when I started freelancing?
How do you approach asking senior managers/directors/partners about writing recommendation letters? I'm applying to law school in the fall and I need some. For what it's worth I'm a second year staff at a mid-size firm, have had good reviews the entire time/known as a high-performer in my office, and I've worked directly with everybody I'm planning on asking. However, none of them know that I'm planning on applying.
Came into the project to replace a light bulb, partner is now asking why the house is painted green.
Advisory Senior Consultant (Been here 2 years, and just made Senior) in Texas with salary of about 65k. How does this make any sense?