I’m in a really good position at my firm - leading sales, huge internal initiatives, have greats sponsorship to make Managing Director in the next few years and have a good upward career in the structure. While I have thus far been very successful with sales, the “way the sausage is made” around selling, over promising, solutions that don’t align with my personal world view (ie unneeded mass labor reductions) are starting to chafe. Continued...
How would you deal with condescending coworkers? I’m in a project where the youngest (F 24), and only Analyst. My M and MD has given me a step up opportunity for a Consultant level role.... (cont’d)
All else equal, is it easier to become direct admit PP rather than promoted to that role from SM or MD? Seems less obstacles. Thoughts?
Question: Theoretically, what kind of raise (percentage) or benefits would you need to leave a role where you have *relatively* good work, a good team and great work/life balance, with the consideration that money, location and family/personal affairs aren’t issues? My MD is pushing for me to get a 15% raise in my current role, but I know I’m worth at least 35% more than my current comp.
My several-hundred person firm does not have MDs, only partners. Why would someone pursue an MD role over a Partner role? Just trying to understand.
What’s a managing director position at EYP USA? Are they equity partners? How are they different from “Partners”?
Leaving while in MD pipeline for a VP Role? Smaller client, but executive role at a public ally traded company, but in an industry I wouldn’t want long-term. Not planning on being in consulting for life, but have looked at SMs who left our firm and seems like those who leave at MD go much further in careers (realize some is talent aspect).
If you had worked your way up to four years of Senior Manager at a Big 4, would you rather take non-equity Managing Director role at current firm or direct admit Partner at non-B4?
My project is looking to staff a BTA asap. Looking for someone interested in a blended SDLC/PMO/facilitator role. Must be willing to commute to White Oak, MD. DM if interested.
I recently lost my job and connected with an MD who runs a small firm through fishbowl. They received my resume and were impressed by my profile. It was obvious I was looking for a full time role
Got contacted by a recruiter via LinkedIn for an MD role. Not looking but asked for the PD anyway. Got three lame bullets not even applicable to my experience. Geez make an effort at least.
It’s like watching my MD reject my factual data/story, tell the client whatever they want to hear and then exit conference room left. I go back to the client daily reality. The execs rejoice.
Has anyone been hired from an SA position to an MD Product Owner role in a financial firm? Currently in the process of interviewing and the recruiter mentioned a 70% bump from my current base...
I managed to get a phone call scheduled with a partner and MD in MBB through my network. I would like to get a referral for an open role. What are the do's and dont's for a conversation like this?
How would you deal with condescending coworkers? I’m in a project where the youngest (24), and only Analyst. My M and MD has given me a step up opportunity for a Consultant level role.... (cont’d)
When reaching out to current students/recent alumni of your target schools for a chat, is it inappropriate to ask what their “stats” (e.g GMAT/GPA) were?
Now that the ladies have posted their selfies, let’s see what you gentlemen look like? P.S. no pet pics or catfishing allowed
What are some of the alternate pricing models you see out there - beyond T&E and fixed fee for consulting work? 🤑🤑
Has anyone ever wanted to just say to a prospect “Have you seen your current advisor’s page on FINRA Broker Check?"
Thoughts on giving yourself a promotion to a CD when you start freelancing if you where long due for a promotion anyway?
Assuming things go back to normal in FY22 (ie after this upcoming year), do you think we will adjust back to our old cohort base (pre-corona)?
Is there anyone to appeal ridiculous HR decisions? There doesn’t seem to have any recourse to a preposterous decision by HR or by local leadership.
How can EY people use Bravo awards to get Apple products (e.g. iPad)?? Just looking at rewards center and don't see Apple or others that sell the Apple like BestBuy etc. Extremely frustrating.
Real Estate - if prices go down as expected, are new builds, existing inventory (spec homes), and resells all impacted the same way or are there notable differences in how each is impacted?
Whenever pull out my corporate AmEx card I feel like a fucking boss handing it to the cashier, it's like "that's right I ain't paying for this burrito myself"
"Training development role" aka the person who makes power points to tell people "click this button" "type 1234 into this box" "select xyz from the drop down"...Never again. 🙄🙅🏽
For those of you who left consulting, is the LGBTQ climate better or worse (and what industry are you in)?