How's Edelman NY? Getting hit up for Health which I've never done. It'll entail moving from advertising to PR/earned creative as they call it, and the Health category. Didn't sound li…
With Edelman’s announcement this week, BCW is now the only big agency that hasn’t announced layoffs. It’s scary that our leadership has had a similar narrative to Edelman over the last couple months. …
Edelman lays off 5% of staff domestically. 50% of data and analytics team laid off in NY. Clearly decision makers understand the industry and what’s valuable (intuition > data)
Layoffs at Edelman announced today
Edelman promises no COVID-related layoffs:
Hi all, My team is hiring like crazy for programmatic roles at all levels, from coordinator (entry level) to senior manager (people manager, senior level). Please reach out to me if you are interested! Clients are very cool (including NFL, Lee Jeans, Verizon, and more!)
Considering a product mgr position in Germany with “The Garage” at Deloitte. Anyone have any insights into them? Bonus question: best way to get an interview - referral? Direct application?
Any experienced mommas have advice on toddler behavior issues? My nearly 2 year old is becoming a bit of a bully and I don’t know why. She’s typically a sweet kid but she’s literally slapped and pushed other kids down at parties we’ve recently attended. I’m so embarrassed and just apologize profusely to the other parent 😬 when I say “no” to her it goes in one ear and out the other. Any guidance is appreciated!
My in-laws think any woman or black person in a leadership position is there because of diversity and that companies shouldn’t try to put any effort into promoting diversity in their recruitment because it harms minorities as people will always think those minorities are in a position of power only because they were hired because of gender/race quotas. They also think it’s perfectly justified in prioritizing hiring a woman over a man (all else being equal) because of potential for ‘me too’. 😣
Had a final round for a role two years ago, but I didn’t get it because the other person had more YOE. Now team is hiring for the same role again due to promotion; how should I reach out to the SVP who interviewed me? (interview went well, but I haven’t reached out to them since the interview)
Would you take an offer where there’s a lot of red flags about the company, the title is down leveled, but the money is better? For context, it’s not a creative role, I’d be the first woman on the team, there’s no bonus or 401K match, but the salary is $50K more than my current role. But there are so many red flags and the entire process was very chaotic.
Hi, I am interviewing for an experienced associate role in PWC Management Consulting for the asset management practice? Has anybody been through an interview for this role/similar role and has any tips/information to share?
I work on an account that has not set management boundaries with our client. It feels like we’re a restaurant, where client is allowed to directly request whatever tasks they want anytime and everything is urgent. Theres a tendency to send “last minute requests” which are usually completed on time... which means I have to drop everything else in order to complete it. I’ve been told to even start working 1 hr before my working schedule... even though I find myself working overtime 1-2 hrs. HELP!
Anyone back working on the client site yet? How do you think the Delta variant could impact that?
Salary base range for Director at Strategy&?
Time for a change, so what happens next? 4 years consulting. (commercial & federal), clearance, current salary low $60k. Not sure if it’s time to change firms or get out of consulting altogether?
Any real advice for staying in consulting working 60-70 hrs a week when you have a newborn + a partner who also has a demanding job? Is the only option really to outsource raising your kid? Advice from experience much appreciated
Let the Juneteenth holiday weekend celebrations continue!!! If no one has told you today, I love you black people!
I’ve been negotiating a settlement on behalf of a client. OP is a major corp. we’ve gone back and forth for months, almost a year. Finally came to a final agreement and we’re reviewing for final signature. Then client is reviewing and decides they want something else modified. It’s a point of contention. OP has said no. Should I communicate this to client before pushing back against OP’s rejection of the mod?
Which consulting firms treat undergrad interns the best? like most swag, free perks, social events etc etc. Are any on par with tech companies?