A lot of convo on here stems around jumping around for salary. What is something that would inspire you to stay at your firm outside of comp?
This year I finally reached a 6-figure salary, and I'm 25 years old. I've already spent 2 years at a FANG company. When talking to my mom about my career, she told me $100k isn't THAT much money(cont)
How many people here actually make above $200k with bonus? Just curious because I see ridiculous salaries on here.
Just got laid off. Client asked me to start a LLC and she will pay me directly. Project is 2.5x my base salary. Seems like no brainer? What am I missing?
a recruiter reached out asking if I was interested in an accounting role with a 60k salary (I have 5 YoE). anyone have any similar clueless recruiter stories?
24 with a salary of 74k, but expecting to make $600k this year off a successful investment. Thinking I could keep working until 30 then call it quits, or should I leave firm this year and “retire”??
RANT: Today I was told of my new compensation for this year. 1.5% raise from last year. Inflation is 1.85%. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
🐠 what types of alternative income streams do you all have and how did you start? I started working a year ago and dont want to rely on just my salary as an income stream.
Bonus talk today -$500 raise, $150 bonus I cannot make this shit up. Started in late July And was told by the recruiter before I signed paperwork that I should expect a min of 3.5% raise and 2K bonus
Got a bonus that I wasn’t expecting or planning for. I’ll save the majority, but want to treat myself a little. What’s something you’ve done with a bonus purely for your frivolous enjoyment?
How wrong is it to have signed an offer but later withdraw before started and go to another firm? I got a late offer with much better salary and industry but feeling bad for terminating the first.
Stupid hypothetical question...How do industry execs get paid? If I had a $3MM operating budget for T&M and only 5 direct reports making $100K, does that mean I can allocate $2.5MM to my own salary?
I am underpaid & meeting with my leadership to request increasing salary to market level. I plan to leave if no action is taken. How do I put my case without sounding rude or coming it as a threat?
1.) Great people/team and boring work/industry or 2.) Difficult people and exciting work/industry? Assuming similar comp, which one would you choose?
What should I expect in a recruiter call after final round interviews that they said went well? Would you expect this to be comp discussion?
Two exit offers on the table: Head of Digital Strategy for Singapore Public Sector company vs. Head Domain Architect for Retail in a T2 Bank. Similar span of control / total comp. Which one to pick?
How does consulting differ in Europe vs the US, other than compensation ? Thinking of transferring there, but afraid of culture shock
If offered one of the below comp packages which one would you rather accept: (Like the one you would prefer)
Relocating to Switzerland for a B4 Consulting position. Have to pay back Bonus (10k) at current US based employer (financial institution). What are the realistic consequences of not paying it back?
Has anyone looked into transitioning to teaching (public school)? Or anyone who transitioned from teaching? How do schools comp mid career professionals who transition to teaching?
Had final round interview in person with my top choice company today and think I may get an offer, but worried it’ll be at a lower level or base salary Any advice on negotiating w/o another offer?
Interested in knowing base salary for entry level associates in “boutique” consulting firms. I am trying to convey the message to the leadership at my firm that base salaries are too low... (NYC)
If I’m thinking about exiting consulting (3 YOE in consulting, 2 in industry prior to that), what is a “good” salary Increase I should target? I clench up when recruiters ask me how much I’m (contd)
How does your firm measure utilization? I work for a small boutique that defines it as utilization = number of billable hours/2,080 and full bonus payout occurs at 80% plus.
Anyone ever joined a brand new, pre-funding startup? Any resources for how to approach compensation, if it’s not cash? Looking for something to guide the convo. stumbled into this so I’m not prepared
Fish - I am already in the process of a position. I forgot to ask for referral but recruiter said he might be able to give the credit. Would it be okay to ask to share the referral bonus to the pers?
I'm a newbie with quite a lot of coding experience. Is there a way I can best leverage my skills? I know grad coders make a lot, but there does seem to be limited salary growth until you become a mgr