Anyone have insight into what it’s like working at Marsh, as far as culture, reputation, pay, benefits, etc? I’ll Glassdoor it but figured I’d try here too.
Im so drunk u guys & I love u all so much. I think this place needs some love and sunshine amidst the usual talks about salary and shitty management and long hours and good hotels and running away ❤️
I have an admin that has a license for insurance business. I pay her a salary and she has brought in some new business. What % split would you pay her on the insurance business she brings in?￼￼
Hey fish! My client is looking to boost their CRM program and wants to test some email lists. Anyone had good luck with a B2B list vendor out there? Bonus points if they have expertise in tech.
Just noticed my flights for a trip i booked are first class through American Airlines. I dont remember choosing this; i was only given a option for the first 4 rows. Does EY have a deal w/ AA?
Rapidly deteriorating health. I am balding, airplane ear, blood in my cough today, dizzy often. Project is poorly planned. Working over 12 hrs. No time for lovely GF. Travel 17 hrs /week. Need help :(
I have an interview coming up next week. Apparently I am meeting with three partners and one director. What questions should I ask? Seriously need help!
Articling student here (basically a first year associate). What are people’s experiences moving from an early career in law to a career/job position that’s not necessarily legal related but more senior?
Was upset with my comp until I got the wmail from Anthony Caterino. For him to personally email me my comp made it all better.
At what point does the value of a degree fall off? I'm in my early 30s, and have five years of experience, and work on a very theoretically interesting project. I believe I'm on track to promotion in the next year. So, I could put in a year of full time school to check the box off, but I'd be sacrificing hobbies and social life (not to mention cost). Is this FOMO or is there real opportunity here?
I have a PhD, but damn does an MBA not seem fun and useful for networking. Has anyone gone after PhD and a few years of consulting?
If you had a job at a big name agency in a smaller market, where you loved everyone you worked with and had just gotten a (small) raise, would you leave it for an amazing offer from a big market shop?