Can (and should?) one negotiate a promotion raise? Especially if the promotion is a long time comin?
Negotiated with EY. Got SC2 from SC1 with no raise.
I have 2.5 years of experience in industry and got an offer for EY Senior tech consultant in Texas. They initially offered 110k with 5k sign on bonus as a Senior Consultant 1. I countered and they came back and said they’ll do a 10k sign on bonus and bring me in as a SC2 with eligibility to get promoted at the end of the year. I’m wondering if coming in as a SC2 with the same base salary as SC1 is an advantage or disadvantage?
By industry standards, how long before a junior creative can ask for a promotion? (provided they've done the work to back it up, ofcourse)
Firm is jumping up first year starting salary by $30k. As a first year partner I am making about $80k more than a first year at the old starting salary- at the new starting salary $50k more. Should I be expecting a comparable raise as well? What range seems fair? Want to make sure everyone else is not getting screwed.
Best to leave after promotion to senior or wait to get 1 year of experience as a senior under your belt?
Is an associate title from an investment bank (MS/GS) to Senior Consultant at big 4 considered a title promotion? Or are those about the same?
Random question, but for those that had kids, were you able to negotiate the hospital bill down? I have a kid on the way in the next few months and wasn’t expecting basically no raise/bonus this year.
🙋🏾♀️Raise your hand if you are able to consistently take your full lunch break every day.
I have an offer for 20% comp raise + 9% bonus to go to industry. I am also up for promotion in my current big 4 role. Would you make the move? I have 2 YOE. Is it too early to leave for industry?
Just got a promotion to director and got a lti ( long term incentive) of 40k vesting in 3 years.
I need to decide whether to take RSU or options. Consumer goods company, I am 31 yo. Any tips or good reference material to read up?
Hey all! Has anyone ever heard of people using an offer from another firm to get a promotion or progression and 30-40% raise? Pros/cons?
Hypothetical that I'm trying to quantify for myself.
Say I make $100k and feel I can comfortably spend $2k on rent. Assume for arguments sake, I'm happy at this level with savings, social life, etc.
I get a raise to $120k. What can I now afford in rent?
A) $2.4k. I got a 20% raise, so I can spend 20% more in rent.
B) $3.6k. I got a $20k raise, so I can spend $1.6k (rounded) more in rent.
C) Somewhere in the middle
Traditional thinking tells me A is correct, but it seems conservative.
Deloitters: Those who got a 1 last year - what was your bonus and raise %? Also please state your service area and level.
Got an offer from a boutique firm for a promotion and $120k + 35% bonus. If I don’t want to stay in consulting long term, is it a bad move to chase the money? Should i stick it out at my current firm (not brand name but well known in the specific industry) in the hope of leaving consulting in 2-3 years? 2 YOE.
I’m expecting a baby! My biggest worry is I’m expecting a promotion, increment and bonus by end of this year. Should I break the news to my boss? Would it impact the $ I can get?
Is it weird to send a thank you note to a partner who was apparently strongly supportive of my promotion during the YE call? Haven't worked with him directly in 3-4 months
What’s the minimum raise from S3 to M1? TCF currently at 150K, hoping M1 get me close to or over 180
Out of curiosity in the federal consulting space what percent of the bill rate is usually used to pay individual contributor level salary?
Is it just me or studying for exams gets harder as we grow older. I’m feeling dumb and dumber by the day.
Anyone have experience with the Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption Insurance for Chase Sapphire Preferred?
Only 33 of the 150 passengers on US1549 that landed in the Hudson had a life vest on. And only 4 remembered to fasten the waist strap 😳
Thinking about buying a condo sometime this year but also trying to switch my job in the next few months. Would it be difficult for me to qualify for a mortgage with competitive terms?
Hi Fishes, I would like know about the role that I am being offered with TCS, the designation is Assistant consultant, my YOE is 9 yrs and tech stack is knowledge on US healthcare domain, HL7 and FHIR. Also, I am currently in a product based company is it worth switching to a service based Industry..
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