Women 🐠: What are the ways you think your gender impacts your work? How ppl treat you... credibility... etc.
Does anyone know if things like jury duty or bereavement leave count against your utilization? I've heard it doesn't count the same way holidays and PTO do, but not sure how that is possible.
A few days ago I was offered a role for a recruiter with a company. Benefits, PTO, pay is decent, enough to get me by. I accepted today because it was the final day to do so. I was then called by a recruiter for another company, in which they made me a better offer for a Generalist and I want to take this one. What do I do? I didn’t sign a contract, there’s no clause that states I need to take the position.
I find it close to impossible to use all my PTO every single year. Sure, I maximized it 1-2 times, but gave up a lot over the years. Plan ahead, take Fridays off, pre-book trips. Suggestions?
Is it worth going to a top MBA program and switching from IBM/Accn/Big 4 to MBB for the brand/stamp (internship)? Will it help with post-MBA PE/VC full-time options?
Is Big 3’s Digital Practice worth it? Does make sense to make a lateral move pre-mba or would it just be seen as a salary bump move? Just figuring out whether stay put or leave, been at D for 3 years
BCG peeps: What's the process and timing to be evaluated for PL --> Principal promotion? I see some people getting it after 18 months, 21 months, 24 months...
How can I mute my laptop when I’m sharing my screen in a Skype meeting, without hitting mute on the Skype meeting itself?
For those in consulting within the insurance field, Property & Casualty to be exact, any thoughts on industry roles as a whole post consulting I mean. #insuretech is seeing a lot of growth...
I have always wanted to live/work in Europe. I have 2 YOE consulting in the US and have EU citizenship. I want to exit to industry as I don’t see myself consulting long-term. Would getting an MBA before making that move be beneficial or would it be ok to move and find work without one?
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Feel like I know all the things I'm supposed to do to lose weight... just can't actually make myself do them 😩
If I were to schedule a meeting on the same day, how many hours in advance is considered acceptable?
Need advice: My SO is going through his MBA program now and is thinking about taking a low paying think sub 40k dollar a year job rather than going through traditional campus recruiting. Cont...
Has anyone had to deal with employee professionalism issues due to mishaps on Zoom / remote work culture?
If having a final round with the very senior head of a team (at a corporation)- should your questions be focused on: team/role or industry/trends?
For the CFE, did you do anything in addition to the ACFE prep course? The course is just practice questions, so I’m wondering where I can actually learn the information first before that.
Deloitte: is there a charge code for Jury Duty that adjusts metrics or do you just get boned on utilization?
First year SC and interviewing for an M position at another firm. I’ve spent 20 hours prepping for the case interview so far. I feel like that alone means I’m not qualified for the role. (Cont.)
Are there any RPA UiPath openings in any of the big 4? Is lateral recruitment happening for these roles? Thanks in Advance
Currently in the final stages of interviews for an Analyst position at Slalom, and i'm scheduled for a final Zoom call with a technology MD. Any advice?
the company i work for has been taking a toll on my mental health. my HR even asked whether it’s my job or my “personal issues” that are affecting my mood, and even suggested i get on antidepressants
Big 4 audit managers who exited - how many of you exited into a role that was not related to audit or external reporting? What kind of roles were they ?
In years you don’t make your bonus, what do your billable hours typically look like? Are you missing it by a hair or is it normal to have some years where you’re only billing 1600? I just finished my first year and trying to figure out what a “normal” slow year looks like compared to a pandemic slow year.
So why do we need project managers if everyone does their work on time & in excellent quality, which is basically the way it’s supposed to be?
What have you seen people fired for at your agency/ies? (This is meant to give some lessons for others on here)