Weighing possible change to a different firm and wondering what thoughts are between RightPoint and Slalom. Specifically the culture, work-life balance and leadership.
What made you stay in public, instead of going to private or an easier job? Have you every been fired or seen any set backs in your career?
In FL. Have option to WFH but partners tell us “not to make a habit out of it.” Have to Email in every morning that we plan to WFH so they keep track b/c some people’s hours are slipping. (Continued)
Creating a company and going the self funded route. Is it silly for me to cut tax advantage account contributions (e.g., 401k) to gain cash on hand? - even if I lose firm contributions.
Can any Adobe 🐟 help me out with comp for a Sr. Solutions Architect? Am I correct that a a Solutions Architect is L5 and Sr. Solutions Architect is L6? Glassdoor is showing the following averages: Base: $162k RSU: $34k/yr Bonus: $10k Is this in the ballpark? Role is remote in a LCOL southern state. Thank you in advance!
PwC folks- does PwC pay for freezing your eggs? I’m 35 and starting to think I should think about it. Ugh. I really want to get pregnant soon.
The babies that I bake fill a volcano. I’m clogging up the kill. My wretched baby paste requires Drano!
Accenture Strategy or S&? Assume level and compensation were the same. West Coast based.
Any Minneapolis office McKinsey & Company fish willing to chat? I’m looking to apply for the 2022 BA intern role this fall, and it would be great to get some insight into the work/culture/recruiting process. Happy to dm for more info!
Sorry to hear this, CP+B’ers...have some friends there who are safe for now, is this the last of layoffs there (CO and LA)? http://www.adweek.com/agencyspy/cpb-cuts-3-percent-of-staff-in-boulder-and-l-a-as-part-of-larger-restructuring/143982
Cognizant consulting vs Capgemini, similar roles and comp. Which one has better exit opportunities?
I never want to fly American again! Eh
Friend of a friend just died of covid (delta). Not vaccinated. Please be careful out there everyone. I wish this was over but it’s not.
Im a BDR at a large medtech vendor that expanded into SaaS complimenting our existing smart devices at hospitals. Sales cycles are long in this industry (min 12mo), but seems our value-add platform is so new to market that it’s taking longer (16-24+mo). I’ve been here for over 6mo and support 3 AE’s with zero pipeline and wins, despite meeting my own metrics to get meetings. Is this complex environment usual for enterprise software sales? Not sure if I’m hurting my new sales career by staying.
4 month old refuses bottles completely at daycare. I'd rather not reverse cycle, since sleep is already so precious. Has anyone had success arranging full time WFH while figuring feeding out?
Salary for Big 4 Manager ?