Anyone have info on MBB/Strategy& supply chain consulting? Group size, actively hiring, common backgrounds (MBA/certifications required/helpful?), project types, & interview prep tips? Looking to enter as an experienced hire. Currently a procurement financial analyst and just passed my CSCP certification. Ex-big4. Thanks!
Has anyone jumped from Big 4 Advisory to Tier 1 Consulting firms (e.g. MBB). Was the jump at the same, higher or lower level?
Analytics folks at a MBB, what’s your experience been like? What level would I come in at with 8 years of experience?
How much can MBB Partners make in a year? What is the differential with a PwC or Deloitte Partner?
Looking for a Spring 2020 internship opportunity in MBB. I’d love to know more about the kind of opportunities and get any leads accordingly. Any advice would be appreciated.
What would you all say are the best consulting firms to work at in the federal government space? I’m not sure how many “prestigious” firms (like MBB) have a significant federal practice at all.
Those who want to join FAANG: don’t you think that the upward mobility is limited? Thousands of super ambitious MBB background people with top credentials joined these firms over the last decade.
Does MBB have a strong presence in the DC area?
Thoughts on Kearney compared to MBB?
To those in non-MBB: Would you rather have an offer in hand right now for MBB or FAANG pm? Assume it’s a lateral transition.
How impacted are summer ‘20 internships for current students? Any cancellations or still moving forward at FAANG, F100, and MBB/B4?
Cold applied to McKinsey just for the hell of it. Got a call for a screening. Have no idea what to expect in the screen or overall interview process. Any tips/insights? (I’m now wishing I paid more attention to the MBB interview stuff in this app - I hear there’s a case? Haha 🤔)
MBB 🐠 - Can you actively trade on a daily basis or do you have any firm specific restrictions/approvals on stocks or options?
What are tips for moving as an experienced hire from non-MBB to MBB? Heard M does not really hire off cycle for traditional consulting...
I'm currently a second year analyst heading for promotion at a T2 firm. I'm also interviewing with MBB in the coming weeks. My goal is to apply for MBA programs in a year or two from now. What would be the best work experience for my applications? Would it make more sense to stick with my firm and start taking on more responsibility as a consultant / associate? Or would it make more sense to start from square 1 at a better brand (MBB)
Just started from undergrad (target if that matters) at a T2, seeing as MBB is raising base salaries, I’m now I’m more motivated to lateral. How many months do I need at my current firm before I can be considered a for a lateral? McKinsey & Company Boston Consulting Group Bain & Company
Anyone here who made the exit from Big 4/MBB consulting to a VC? If so, I’d love to hear about how the experience is so far. (Not to mention the WLB and comp!) I’m considering a career change but have no one in my network I can go to for insights. Thx! 🙏🏾
I have an engineering background, graduated last December, and accepted MBB over FAANG (product design & manufacturing engineering offers) . This bowl’s focus on exiting consulting into FAANG (cont)
What is the bonus you've seen for fresh out of college consultants, assuming average review (started Jan and would receive bonus in December) ?
Deloitte: What is the salary band for a 1st yr manager doing tech consulting(cloud)in cities like Chicago/DC/Seattle
Experienced hires applying to consulting roles - are your resumes 1 page long or 2 pages?
Does Big4 hire ACCA individuals from international countries (they will not need visa sponsorship and would be legally authorized to work in USA).
Hi fellow EA fish 🐟🐠🐡 I’m hoping to make comp comparisons between MBB and the Big 4 since Glassdoor and other websites aren’t that accurate. Please feel free to DM!
Ground stop in DCA...
Any advice for someone looking to transition into a full HR Generalist role from Recruiting. I’m currently a Campus Recruiter with about 5 years of HR experience (Coordinator- Higher Ed). I received my PHR certification in September 2020 and sitting for my SHRM-CP in two weeks. I’m having a hard time transitioning into a full Generalist position.
Any fun gay bars / events in Las Vegas? Here for work till Friday... p.s. I am a gay man.
I am currently going through a green card process with my company and they are asking me to sign an agreement, where my notice period is increased to 6 months and if I leave within 3 years, I have to repay the costs associated with my application. (Max 7k). Is this a standard practice?
I've never been this stressed about anything at work before. Project keeps extending me each week, leading an effort I have no clue what to do, late input from lead keep causing a ton of re-work
Hmm... keep my whole Sunday and fly Spirit Monday morning? Or give up and fly American Sunday night?
How do the pension benefits work for partners/principals at the big 4? Can anyone share details on vesting rules or calculations? I assume it varies from firm to firm…just wanting to understand the difference with what Accenture offers MD’s (401k, VEIP).
I’ve been laid off for 6 months+ looking for senior account management roles in NYC. My background is in digital content strategy, performance marketing, and ecommerce.
How do I get my old project to leave me alone? I rolled off, but they keep calling me in for little things. My new project leads are okay with it for now, but I want it to end. What to do?
Salary negotiation tips / tactics?
International 🐠..Does Google apply for premium processing for H1B transfers? How fast/slow is BAL in processing and submitting documentation for visa transfers? How long did it take some of you from start to finish?
Does PHR certification help in India, as this is globally recognised how much valuable is this currently in indian job market. Do we got some good offers or its another certificate just to add to CV after so much of investment & time I don't want to get this wasted !! Need suggestions ??
Help me weigh the below options: #1: Valuations and port. monitoring analyst (not client facing but interact w/ deal team) at top MF PE firm based in NYC (~$110K all in)
Accenture people working on the SPG/Marriott integration when will all the integration issues be fixed? Signed, everyone
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