Has anyone used the “Venmo trick” to extract the value of an Encore? If so, did you do it for the full amount or the full amount/1.03 due to the 3% fee? Curious if it would go through @ full value
If 3% was formed to get women to be 50% of creative leadership—you did it! I freelance all over NYC and the vast, vast majority of ECDs or CCOs have been female. As for the pay gap, well....
What’s wrong with staying at my current level and just being happy in life? Do as close to 40hrs a week as possible and just accept 3% raises
As much as I appreciate fb partnering w 3%, wouldn’t the best way to judge how specific agencies are doing w the pay gap be to post our agency, sex, and salary?
Quit PwC - get overpaid $9,200. PwC or ADP is at fault! I'm expected to pay a 3% service fee, or use unsecure snail mail to return money! They're not providing options, or escalating. Partners - Help!
2 years out of business school, $200k in cash. Half of it is a 7% interest earning account in a somewhat risky geography, the other half is in a 3% account in a much less risky geo. There’s around 15k
I’m still trying to process seeing an agency exec well known for dismissing and ignoring POC held up as an exemplary diversity champion for women at the 3% Conference.
Is salary increase for Pharma companies anemic (less than 3% per year at places like Pfizer, Novo, BMS, etc). I’m considering leaving consulting but worried my salary won’t change for a long time.
Kat you have events coming up in NY? Many employees want to attend 3% conference but o can’t afford to send a traveling delegation to other cities
I contribute 12% to my 401K. I’m 25 and have been thinking about increasing to 15%. What would you guys recommend? Increase to 15% or invest that 3%?
Need help on 401(k) plans. Deloitte matches up to 6% of your paycheck. Does it matter whether I put that 6% in a before tax or a Roth contribution? Suppose I have 3% in before tax contributions...
I’m currently contributing 6% to my 401k and 3% to a Roth 401k. I’m 25 - should I be contributing more or is this okay? I live in nyc
When selling a home have been able to negotiate lower commission with your broker if the buyer is not represented by a realtor (eg, 3% in this situation versus still paying the full 6%)?
Any one have ideas on how to participate in the 3% conf if your company can’t pay for you to go & you can’t afford the tix yourself? Are there happy hours you can attend or other ways to network?