Interested to hear how people learn project management. I have done PRINCE2 exam and read PMP materials, but I find these are too textbook theory based. Real life projects seem to be very different and a lot more complicated. I often do not know what needs to be done unless someone tells me. I believe you can learn these things on the job, but I am keen to expedite this with some books or courses. Are there any resources that are particularly helpful?
Do you think after this is over companies might be more flexible to WFH arrangements? It’s the new normal
(swapping employers on a tier2/sponsored visa) Should I resign when I accept the job offer or only when the new visa is approved by home office?
Recently completed recording a series of seven one-hour webinars, approved for credit by CFRE for both certification and continuing ed. Did some advertising on LinkedIn, no takers yet. I have some name recognition in the nonprofit development world, where quite a number of people do need these credits. Not sure what to try next. I also have a 25k word text that could accompany these webinars and serve as a desk reference, not quite ready for publication. Have not figured out distro.
Would you move from D to other Big 4 with only 20k raise (115 -> 135k)? Assuming you need to restart GC process from scratch a year after joining
😱 Why does he have a pizza box on his head?
Hey guys, how much can I draw as take home from 25lac fixed ctc? I have maxed out 80C(1.5lac), Utilized 80CCD(1B) (NPS) - 50k Health insurance corporate premium - 12000/- per year.
Anyone have any advice for negotiating total compensation? Expecting to get an offer soon but don't have a competing offer to leverage so not sure where to start.
Hi All, what would be starting salary (approx.) for management level 8 in Accenture ATCI?
Best tech companies for BizOps roles? Looking for recommendations on places that won’t make you jump through a ton of hoops for the interview process (i.e., Uber, DoorDash, Coinbase, etc.) About me: -2 YOE in Big 4 GPS consulting -Run of the mill consultant (No hard data skills like SQL, Python, or anything similar yet 🥲)
"We're sorry that we have not yet begun the boarding process. We're currently waiting on the flight attendants and awaiting word for an estimate." 😑
Parents turn 70 next year. I’m trying to figure out what to expect, how to prepare for retirement, etc. Any suggestions? Feeling overwhelmed, not sure where to start. They live in India while I’m in Canada and no chance of bringing them over right away ( will take 3 years or so, based on visa timelines). They are mobile right now but we had a bad scare where dad was hospitalized overnight and I can see that they need someone for these once a year events ( which will probably get more frequent).
Greenberg Atl first year pay?
Am I overlooking something or do most schools not ask about college internship experience?
Attempting to renter the workforce after a 2 year hiatus due to health issues followed by the pandemic. During this time off I had minor success running a small business, but not enough to pay the bills. I have 3 YOE, 1.5 as a Loan Officer, and 1.5 as a consultant within compliance and Fintech. Please let me know of any fully remote positions, or hybrid positions based out of Chicago or Milwaukee. I live in Dubuque IA, so for in office work it would have to be in Dubuque. TIA!
Hey PwC time to step up your parental leave...
Does anyone have advice about helping your kids through video conferencing anxiety? My 6 year old normally loves taking, happily volunteers to speak at school assemblies is completely freaked out by classroom zoom discussions. Says that “talking on a computer is weird” and he’s anxious to the point of tears.
Do things like the $1500 gift from Microsoft get lumped into "benefits"? And are there any companies that you should expect more things like that from, and is it a significant factor when taking a job?
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