When you don’t hear back from a place you interviewed at 3 weeks ago do you move on or curse them under your breath? (After you’ve already thanked them a few days after the interview happened)
Anyone do a “take home case” as part of an interview process? If so, what was experience and could please provide any lessons learned? Thank you.
If I interview you and you don’t ask me good questions, other than “what are next steps” and “when can i start,” then it’s clear that you dont want this job.
JDs in consulting - what drew you to consulting instead of law? Pros vs Cons from choosing consulting over law? Is being a lawyer THAT bad? Thinking of Potentially applying to law school in the future
Interviewing for an industry role and everyone seems great but my boss is not. Full of himself and reminded me twice that I’ll be reporting to him when i asked about the c suite. I really want the job
Nothing to make you feel old like giving an interview with someone you babysat as a toddler for her college class.
Just got a booth interview! What are the chances of admission if you made the first cut? Any tips on the interview?
You know that point when you're ready to leave your job and you're already in the interview process then you have that one good day with your team that makes you 2nd guess leaving 😩
Went through final round of interviews that went well and HR manager emailed asking when a good time would be to chat on the phone for an update. Good or bad sign?
Is it okay to ask how often do they have to work after hours when in an interview? I’m okay with it every now and then but want to avoid the agencies where it’s common to work a 50 hour week.
Instead of dealing with internal transfer nonsense/networking/politics, anybody ever jus try applying for a new job on their own career page?
New to cases and expecting to have a case interview this week. Already been through V Cheng videos and Case in Point. Any suggestions for cramming or practicing alone? How to approach?
I decided not to interview for my dream job because it didn’t fit with my life right now. Really weird internal conflict, but feel like I made the right choice
Applying for a TN at Pearson (Toronto airport) later today. Any tips? Have heard these things have gotten tough under the Donald’s administration
Suggestions to improve analysis skills? How can I improve my “reading between the lines” and making high level connections? Use cases: making generalizations & trends in customer interviews & SWOTs
On a gov. client as the lead auditor but plan to leave PA ASAP once report is issued. The audit is not over for months and the client has the perfect open position. How do I go about applying?
When you get offers from recruiters and other agencies but you’re happy at your current place, do you still take the interviews or just say no?
Which interview level is more critical: 1hr technical screen video chat with the hiring manager (SVP) or final on site interview with a bunch of folks. I’m curious to hear y’all perspectives.
I’m always in project management type roles but don’t have a technical background. I want to be more technical, can I learn any new software language or any hard skills without starting from zero?
The people who have applied and got the interview invite to H/W/S, did you use professional MBA consultant service? If yes, who would you recommend? I plan to apply next year.
My OPT is expiring in Feb but I am eligible for OPT STEM extension - I received an RFE for my H1b petition; how likely is it the firm will oblige to my request to upgrade to Premium Processing?
For you all that are at MBB, how do you get on projects? Do you have deployment managers or is it more about networking?
When exiting to industry, are they typically willing to negotiate PTO? Don’t want to lose that great benefit we have when moving on from consulting.
I feel I’m penalized for being efficient. They asked me to help prep TRs even though I’m utilized 100%+ while the others who claimed being busy are at less than 90%.
Should one take a post top MBA (I have cpa + cfa) unpaid internship with a small boutique PE firm in hopes of getting a full time job later on? The founder looks fine and firm is a family office firm.
Working on site at a major client and am totally under utilized to where I have practically zero motivation. Love the people I work with, but feel like this is bad for my career. What do I do?
HR notified me that upon having a conversation with some of the men I work with, the gender issues I’d been dealing with...don’t exist. They said it, so it must be true. 🤷🏻♀️
Did anyone leave PA and go to industry but end up working longer hours? If so, what type of industry position and was the hour expectation communicated to you during the recruiting process?
Risk consulting 🐠, what do you think about the FRM certification? For those that have it, has it helped you on project work and do clients look at it favorably?
At the Omni in downtown Dallas, Texas after a client meeting. Having a drink and something to eat at the bar, and see a roach walking across the bar........ How many points will I get for complaining?
Have you ever convinced a client to leave out product benefits from the script to make the spot feel more powerful and memorable? How’d you sell it?
Hey just curious what’s some of the best briefs? Now is the time to brag!!! Client, problem, and catalyst idea. Shoot.
I’m a recent hire & asked: What are the objectives you’d like to see my role in this agency? My manager vaguely answered "To do great job” Should I be worried that he doesn’t actually know the answer?
18% of bitcoin purchases are made with a Credit card. JPMorgan and BOA moves to ban them outright. Other banks are treating them as a cash advance. With the bloodbath, bigger loss reserve required.
No matter if you love or hate zoom, I have noticed being “face to face” has been a good forcing function to keep me motivated about my appearance and “getting ready for work”. My P likes camera on
Does everyone here accurately track their weekly non billable hours? I only include BD and holidays/PTO when appropriate. Should I be tracking time spent on WBLs, company events, travel, etc?
First day on the bench. What initiatives should I be taking to not make it seem like I'm sitting idle. I'm in Cybersecurity.