Completed final round of interviews. Awaiting decision but recruiter has asked for 2-3 references and at least one from current employer. I can get one from a former client and one from a peer at D. Is that ok? Or should I tell them I can provide current employer reference if they extend the offer?
Trying desperately to roll off - please share your tactics! I really outta shut my mouth as in not contributing anymore to meetings - so they will find me "useless" and roll me off
I have a Technical screen interview for a Cloud Architect role with PWC, does anyone know what kind of questions to expect or any ideas on what areas to focus on? Any tips will be helpful
Any change management / culture change practices are hiring? 7 YOE in org design, looking for new opportunities
Has anyone been successful in transitioning out of the practice of law into another type of career? Or know anyone that has? For context, I have been practicing for 10 years, currently work at an insurance defense firm. I don’t enjoy litigation, and would love to hear some ideas as to how this law degree can be put to use in other ways.
HR told me PWC is also undergoing rounds of layoffs too. Not being a troll but can someone verify?
Deloitte ladies - do you know if facials are covered under health subsidy? I know massages are but not sure abt facials.
Who's come the closest to getting caught shaking the governor's hand in the bathroom at the client?
When getting internally referred at Deloitte, what is the interview process like? Need to get out of this shithole ASAP
With so much uncertainty in the industry right now would you rather accept a “Contract to Hire” position working in-house for a huge retailer/e-commerce company or a full time permanent position at an agency?
Anyone make the move from SAP projects to more MBB / strategy / mgmt world? Looking for advice on what relevant skills are, job and responsibility differences, etc
interviewing with a recruiter (non-PA) for an accountant role. What are some good questions to ask to get a clear and better understanding of what the role will exactly do?
Does anyone else think firms misrepresent things to NALP like “no minimum billable hour requirement” but then basically require 2,100 plus hours a year or else you’re like fired?
What are your thoughts on making the switch to a local/regional accounting firm for Big 4? Feel like it’s frowned upon, but I don’t see the big deal