Hey Fish! I’ve since left consulting for a software start up geared towards the trades and providing their industry with the cutting edge tech they deserve. I would love to recommend my people for a role we’re hiring for! USA Remote or in Glendale/LA Area California, great benefits (especially expecting parents). An adjacent team is hiring a Partner Marketing Manager, please DM or comment if interested and I’ll send the JD and answer any questions :)
Why are you in agencies? What are the benefits of being in an agency over clients/media partners side? Trying to find a new motivation to continue staying in this industry..
Advice to young lawyers. Read a book. I saw the thread about savings and many young lawyers (20s and 30s) don’t know how to open up a brokerage account or invest in their 401k. I know they don’t teach personal finance in school (though they should!), but my advice is that you should go to your local library and read a book about the subject. You have the skills necessary but you must invest in yourself. No one will look out for you.
Hello Fishes, I have two job offers in hand. Need for suggestion on which one is better to join considering work culture and other benefits. Offers are from SAP SDC and EY GDS with same salary benefits. Skillset- SAP EWM YOE- 12 Years
Capgemini 🐠- are you at actuals or fixed per diem? Also is usage of corp card mandated and audited?
I have ~$52K in my 401K. How does that compare with others? I’m almost 27 and have been thinking more and more about withdrawing some to pay off college debt.
Hi all, I wondering what I should do i was planning on taking an advance Accounting course in January 2021. Part of my company benefits is tuition reimbursement. I got an email back from my manager that was clearly drafted by the Director. The email basically stated that they were concerned that I was over working myself and the course would not be reimbursed at this time maybe in April that would be after they reevaluate the situation. My question here is should I be concerned I’m a target.
Working an expo / benefits fair: what have you done that has worked in getting people to your table, and peaking their interest in an appointment? (Details continued in post)
Looking for some advice. Currently contributing 10% to 401k and maxing out Roth IRA, and remainder of savings (usually $800-$1200 per month) putting in a HYSA for a down payment on a house. Hoping to buy in 2-3 years once we (partner & I) have a sizable down payment. Should I continue to put all my non-retirement savings in an HYSA for a downpayment or should I also contribute to my brokerage and invest to grow wealth? (24yo, $85k)
What % of your 401K contribution does your employer match? Trying to get some benchmarking ideas, thanks
McKinsey thoughts on your Life Sciences/healthcare sector. Is ideal for someone with a clinical background? Biomedical opportunities? Also any other firms have a growing practice in this area? Thanks
As someone with a background in the military, is it worth it to try to go back to the government as a tax analyst or senior tax analyst for the Dept of the Treasury? I'm wondering if I'll have an edge in getting hired as I've been at the GS-13 level before I left the military and I'm hoping I can use that time in service to add to a pension time requirement in the government.
Hello. Who has Principal as their 401k administrator? What funds did you all pick? Not into target date funds and want to be aggressive even in my 40s. TIA!
Have not changed jobs recently, will be leaving Accenture soon. Is there a checklist I need to start working through (like 401k, insurance.. etc )
401K Question - Very Confused. Just came to US and will be here for about 4 Years. Firm matches 25% of first 6% employee down. Some say, upon withdrawal, have to 40% tax/penalty / others say .. Contin
Just wondering if anyone can share comp insights for PWC - Associate and EY - Supply Chain Consultant. I have initial interviews coming up and don’t want to price myself out early in the process. Both are new grad roles in Canada HCOL city. I have 7 YOE in industry, no consulting experience.
Anybody work at Amazon? Are their offers negotiable? My husband got an offer for a senior position in the VA office paying $120k plus $20k bonus plus 13 shares of stock that vest over 4 years. My husband has ~6 years of experience (2 yrs midsize PA plus various industry roles) so the senior title is low but have heard you have to take a step down in title to work at Fortune 25 companies. He likes the offer but not sure if he should negotiate for more because it’s expected?
What has COVID made you thankful for? I'm thankful for COVID because if I was traveling, the bees would have eaten through more wall in my office and I would not have known. Yes it's that kind of year. 😫😳.
Where do you invest your money? What investments have worked for you? Has anyone invested in rental properties? I was planning on buying land in DFW area? Not sure if it a good investment
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HELP! Roommate is being insistent on not allowing either of us to go out due to covid (except for groceries). We live in Chicago, and phase 4 is starting in a few wks meaning most places will re-open with limited capacity. I’m not trying to go crazy here and hit up every club/restaurant/public place. But I’d like to enjoy a meal out or a small gathering at a friend’s place, things like that (w/ all proper precautions in place) but roommate is not cool with it -how to approach?
Anyone who renege and get any backlash? I signed an offer with a big 4 for full time and am still interviewing with other companies. ( Was an intern last summer and my offer got pushed out to summer cause my masters is 1.5 years and I graduate in December (In my defense the big 4 refused to let me go to another practice.) Plus pressured by parents to accept something before I graduate.
I lead 20 to 30 projects concurrently, a team of 10 to 15 resources and 10 YOE. I would think I have the skill set for getting a program manager job in industry but can’t get interview. What’s wrong?
I’m unable to focus on work and I keep dropping the ball on some projects. I hate to put this on my personal life but I’ve experienced three family deaths (including a parent) and a death of a good friend all within the last five months. I feel like I should have taken significant time off but I think now it’s too late with end of the year financials etc. Does anyone have any tips on how to bounce back up?
I am interviewing for a campus recruiting role and would love if others can share common questions they get asked so I can use for prepping. Thank you!
I’m thankfully hitting my hours, but my firm keeps passing non-billable work my way. I am grateful for the opportunities, but this type of work always seems to find its way to the female associates at my firm. We have been told that non-billable work is irrelevant in terms of our annual hours. Any tips on how to navigate this in a thoughtful way? I want to be a team-player, but I believe that others need to step up to the plate.
Should I get a job offer before applying to day 1 CPT or apply for the visa first and then start looking for jobs?
How do you guys spend time after your last interview and before you hear back? The anticipation is killing my husband and I want to help him 🙂
Leave a tip at the hotel every week ?
In the past two weeks my work has picked up 10x what it was previously. Now I’m working 70+ hr weeks and often my projects are submitted nearly before deadline since I’m shuffling multiple at once. My team is understaffed and there’s no plan to hire people due to COVID-19. How do you manage to tackle the day instead of let it tackle you? I feel like no one knows how much I’m suffering since I’m WFH’ing and try to relay positive emotions over FaceTime or messages.
Anyone had an experience working for a firm with origination compensation? I feel like if you were pretty good at winning new business that could turn into a pretty large income source.
Hey everyone, so my sister and her boyfriend have both gained about 60-70 pounds since COVID started. I’m getting very concerned for them and I’ve seen firsthand how they’re developed awful eating and drinking habits and they hardly ever exercise. I’m very concerned for them, but I have no idea how to talk about it with them and not make them angry or hurt. Any advice on how to have this difficult conversation?
Are there any permanent work from home job for cisco networking skills. I am 6 years experience and works in hcl technologies lucknow. I want to change the job and will be happy if I get permanent work from home
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