PwCers, does it feel like the firm is going cheap? Here are my observations: 1.Manager bonus drop 2.Letting go IFS stuff 3.Cracking down on out of market training 4.Cheap holiday party 5.Lenovo to HP
My first holiday season in-house after a couple of decades in private practice, doing the same kind of transactional work that I’ve always done. My year is functionally done. No one else is around or working. I’ve been so conditioned to expect to grind out through the holidays that it makes me think of how Brooks in Shawshank had become “institutionalized.” I only worked hard the last couple of days because I set some deadlines so as to get things tied up before the holidays - the old mindset!
How long do people typically prep before applying for non technical roles to be successful? The behavioral, case and company research can be quite time intensive.
Do you think it’s better to go to immediately go a firm that’s beyond your skillset or work your way up to that firm? For example, going to a T2 firm as an experienced hire having never done consulting without or starting at a smaller consulting firm and then going to T2/MBB?
Carreer in strategic consulting: Bain or EY-Parthenon for an Associate Consultant starting a carreer in management consulting this year. In terms of progression, salary, types of projects and recognition
Amazonians - joining a non-tech L6 role on the AWS team soon, any tips? What are first 30/60/90 days like?
Does Deloitte reimburse AWS certification cost? Or is there any specific way of using Deloitte’s corporate credentials while creating the AWS certification account? Please advise.
So, COVID is running wild, pay decreases are in full effect and you just found out one of the worst creatives in the building just got promoted! How do you react?
Folks who moved from MBB to a top-tier tech firm (E.g. FAANG): how does the talent compare between the two?
What skill should I learn so my my next gig can be 80-100% remote? Currently in the IT Audit/ governance space. Leaning towards data analytics/ science and cyber as far as interests go
For those in smaller high growth tech companies, where do you turn for resources on org development, engagement, trends, etc.? I’m moving from a large tech org to a a 150 person company. SHRM does not seem relevant at all. Podcasts, social media followings, etc?
I was contacted by a Facebook recruiter for a Data Scientist interview, but I'm not ready to take a new job right now. Should I take the interview for the practice or would that look bad if I want to seriously apply next year?
When you book a flight for 12:40 but due to mechanical issue it won't leave Til 6:30 (at best). Any comp claims possible?
What do y'all think the chances of getting hired by a European office of a Big 4 (not one from my current employer) as an American citizen are? I'm guessing slim...
An ECD reached out to me for a role. Interviewed with 4 additional employees after talking to the ECD. How many days do I wait to figure out the next steps? Maybe they are interviewing other candidates and need some time to decide? How should I go about my next moves?
anyone here in the PwC Bay Area Risk Assurance (Business Continuity) practice? How is the team and the culture?