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I have a company phone as an analyst… I wouldn’t consider that a Manager perk lol


Not all talent models get phones. PDM folks don't get them


As a manager, you can be bossy


If you’re my manger it’s logging off at 12 and making me do all your work! Cheers!

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A manager at Deloitte? What business / geography? We only have “associates” in a few places these days.

So not in the US then? Ex-US (say UK or Swiss practice) is different. Not sure about LATAM or APAC.

Joining at the manager level they have a special manager training thing, I just started and am a “manager equivalent”. Is it a perk 🤷‍♀️ but it’s nice to have an extra virtual training thing

I forgot to mention I’m in Consulting, it’s an offshoot of the W2DC training. I don’t have my work phone and the name is escaping me but it started with an A - weekly for 4 weekly Zoom calls and goes through “what is your brand” “story telling” and two other topics. Also after my first day, way more appointments and trainings popped up that weren’t visible before

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