Hey Big4 fishes, especially at SM/Associate Director level!
Someone I know has been interviewing for SM/AD roles in the non-strategy business consulting verticals of the big4. They are looking to make an upward move (from M to SM) and two of the firms have given them feedback saying while they love the profile, they see a better fit at M since this person doesn’t bring selling capability.
Personally I call BS on that feedback but thought of checking with others. Views?
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Have an interview with GCP coming up for customer engineer, any tips/resources to prepare, esp for RRK? thanks!
Desis and others from traditional cultural communities: how do you deal with dating within your community when the men you date have dated friends or acquaintances in the past, and how do you know they want to be with you and aren’t just filling criteria? Hope this question makes sense.
How much time does Capgemini takes for document verification, my interview was done on 14th September and documents shared on 16th September, haven't received anything yet. can someone help.
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What is Klick health’s current remote/hybrid work policy like?
And what are their rules around working remotely? For example in or out of Canada, etc.
Hi all i joined EY india start of year as consultant 1 c but recently promoted to 2c how much hike i should expect can someone help me in this thing thanks.
Anyone here in the Georgia Tech Cybersecurity Masters program? If so, can you provide any insight on the program? Are the classes rigorous?
My significant other works for Booz Allen and is preparing for a team outing. It was suggested, that the team leaders pick a gift to present to the staff during the outing. The gifts were branded items from the BAH company store. The total price per person was a little over $30 to include tax and shipping. Today they were told that since this was not a company sponsored event, the group would have to split the cost among the leaders to pay for the gifts. I think this is tacky. Thoughts?
I have 6 YOE and I'm senior RPA Developer, current package is 17.5 L. Thinking to look for another job, what would be the market value that i can get for this experience & job role?
Who would you want to include in your union? Which levels would be exempt? E-suite? G-suite? Directors aren't managers—or are yours? Who makes final decisions and who has to just live with them?
Looking to build a CRE investment platform (think crowdstreet) for a startup. If you have CRE investing experience and interested in potentially starting a business, DM me.
I am looking for React engineers at an established Series C funded startup. The roles are fully remote/hybrid/nyc depending on preference. The company is genuinely an amazing place to work and disrupting established markets.
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I would love to do some freelance work (volunteer) for anyone in Public Relations, Communications and Marketing. The reason why I would like to volunteer my time is because I value the experience that I will receive in return. When you reach out I’m happy to provide a resume and some examples of my work. Thank you
I’m currently an SAE at an agency in DC making $75k. 2.5 YOE but it’s my first agency job.
Is this a good salary for the role and my YOE? What salary should I be pushing for next year, whether it’s a raise or at a new firm? I’m new to agency life so any input is appreciated!
Anyone know average salary of communications and branding manager at HSBC in the UK? Including base, bonus? HSBC
Lately, a lot of recruiters have been reaching out. I'm mostly happy in my role and w/my company (no longer w/Edelman), but one job caught my eye with a huge salary and title bump at a comparable company, culture and work wise. Interviews are going well - I'm torn about leaving - things are good now but some extra $$ for what seems like a similar experience seems like a no-brainer. Yet, I feel sad about potentially leaving my current company. Anyone have a similar experience? What happened?
I have a PR background and most of my experience is in the free lance area. I have worked in CS leadership for many years but would love to transition my career to a PR role, any recommendations anyone can provide on what I can start doing more of to transition my career? I am about 1.5 years from completing my Bachelor's in communications degree.
Has anyone made the switch from PR to Marketing? Would love advice on where I could fill in my learning gaps between the two like any certificates I should look into. Thanks!
1 year out of college, working in a large shopper marketing ad agency in Chicago and thinking about switching to PR. Any advice or opinions?
Has anyone used axios hq for their comms?
Im not sure I see the value - looks like an email marketing platform like MailChimp that encourages a way of writing that I can implement myself, as well as the word count + calculated reading time... Would love to hear thoughts and experiences from the perspective of other comms ppl before I jump on a sales call with them.
Anyone hire external brainstormers?
We’ve had a client for so long that we’ve presented idea after idea to them and need some fresh thinking for a 2023 plan. It’s an integrated plan but they’re always looking for splashy PR and this is out of the other agencies’ expertise.
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Looking for GSVP salary insights bc I can’t find it in any of the usual places. Particularly interested in healthcare agency examples in NY. Any current or former GSVPs out there who can share their salary, location, and practice area? (For example, I’m an SVP, $250k, NY, healthcare)
Anyone here use a service like prnewswire? Is it worth the cost to get your press release out there? Or is cold emailing journalist enough?
Thoughts on Edelman Seattle? I saw an AE role I’m interested in. I have a couple friends who work in the Chicago office and they enjoy it.
I’m taking a few calls for new opps at a couple different firms and wanted to get a pulse on feelings from folks who actually work there to help me narrow it down. Agencies are: Weber Shandwick, Ruder Finn, FleishmanHillard and a smaller boutique called LifeSci Communications. From The sounds of other threads on here, I’m nervous about WS. Looking for a read on Work/Life balance, how well staffed they are, avg pay range (VP level), PTO/holidays/benefits, etc. So, how do you like working there?
Has anyone made the switch from a large PR agency to a small agency?? What are some pros/cons of the move. Currently feeling stifled by the processes, draining env and old school clients.
Hi All, I bring 7 years of experience in managing Marketing, Corporate and Internal Communications. I am currently working for Bajaj Group.
I am looking for an opportunity in Marketing Communications , any leads will be helpful...
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