Corporate practice - I leave my job for a top of the market raise - it would be about a 25 percent pay increase. Is it possible to ask for more money before leaving or would that piss people off?
A month ago my boss told me I was getting a promotion and a raise. My raise was effective May 15th, and it has been reflected in my pay. He told me to keep it on the down low since there were no(cont)
How much do Accenture first year consultants make? Assume a 2 YOE out of undergrad. Would you stay at KPMG or leave for Accenture if Accenture was giving close to a 30% raise?
Asking for a raise&promotion. Any tips? Honestly feeling hesitant to ask for the number I want.
I got a 1 rating and a promotion from BTA to consultant, how much of a raise do you think I will get this year????
What % raise did you get when getting promoted from Mgr to SM in public accounting? Trying to gauge what I should expect when I’m up for a promotion.
Joining back after mat leave and a promotion. I feel foggy, I’m underperforming, talking non sense or nothing at all. I feel like my brain has regressed two levels below than what I’m expected to perform at. But then maybe I was always like this and just realizing it now? How long did any of you take to get back into the groove post mat leave?
Is the grass always greener. I’m super happy in my current job. I like my coworkers, I get to do the projects that I want, and I have an all around good support network. I have also built my reputation up enough to the point where I have a lot of flexibility and can control how I work. But sometimes it bothers me knowing that I could leave and get a significant raise. Reading fishbowl it seems like everyone chases money regardless of how happy they are currently
I recently received a raise, that was given across the agency and non-performance based. I believe I’m under paid significantly based on actual performance and my role and contribution to the team. Any advice on how to ask for a raise, or if I should at all?
Does BDO offer annual performance-based bonus or promotion bonus? The relevant rank for this question is senior associate (rising to manager). If so, what is an average percentage on each?
On an average recruiting cycle, which month would be the ideal time to move from audit to FDD? E.g. after June when you get your reviews and get promotion or just right after busy season like in April or May?
Hoping to get some input on exit paths from tax. I’ve been at a small local firm for 2.5 years, got my CPA license this year, expecting promotion to senior after evaluations in December. Overall I’m pretty happy where I’m at now, the company has a good culture and no one works crazy hours. But I don’t plan to stay in public accounting for my entire career and have heard that the year after senior promotion is a good time to make a change. I’m concerned that
I recently found out than my colleague makes $15k more than me. He graduated law school the year before me but started at the firm only a month ahead of me with no prior experience in our specific field. I also found out that my female colleague, who has been at our firm for a year longer (but has worked in our field for about 5 years before she started at the firm) also makes less than he does, but also significantly more than me. I think I deserve a serious raise- how would you handle this?
Does anyone know when the promotion decisions are announced at PwC? Have been hearing from Accenture and KPMG, sounds a little early to me, but wanted to check if anyone knows, thanks
Is it my firm, or does PA in general have a bunch of talkers? I was told that once I'd start in charging I would receive a raise for supervising staff. I was told that once I passed all four sections of the CPA i would receive a bonus. I was told that the firm would cover some of my expenses related to preparing for the CPA. I was told that once I trained my replacement I would see a promotion. - Everything coming from the partner level. Here I stand now, no better off than I was two years ago.
Does unlimited vacation feel like a trap? Feels like employers don't always think you've earned the days so its more of a favor vs. vacation one has rightfully earned
My spouse is on H4-EAD & her employer sponsor 100% of her medical insurance. I have an extension coming next year & with the huge delays in renewing HE visa we are thinking to add her in my insurance so if in case she lose job she will be covered. Or can I add her later (in mid year) if she loses her job (like a life changing event)?
Hey all! How is your firm handling travel? Is it voluntary or they start shifting towards a “no choice” to decide model? Is there any incentive from the firms to start traveling? Financial, PTO?
Interviewed on 10/13, had a follow up with HM on 10/15 who said they’d be making their decision “end of next week”. Haven’t heard anything still. Do I follow up (politely) or wait?
Looking to travel to India on H1B. Are they doing H1B stamping in India now so I can re-enter? My H1B stamp expired and I have changed employers, I have the new paperwork but haven't traveled to India since
Are people still leaving Deloitte? Left earlier in the year right around when the bonus hit and a few others left around the same time as me. Wondering if things are all calmed down now and has reached some form of steady state w.r.t. staff turnover.
lmaoooo I wish this was on Zoom
Burning bridges is frowned upon but, for the 'bowl: what are some of the "best" (🔥🔥) ways you've seen consultants exit a firm?
Is Tcs ending work from home ????
Wow American sucks compared to United
Ladies how do you manage your relationship when your spouse holds you to what you promised you would do before you got married but then you realize you can’t do it. I had promised my husband I would fast with him for an entire day on a specific religious holiday, but when I did for the first time I had stomach pains, headache, and nausea. I told him I can’t do it for that long again but he said “we’ll see, you just need to push through”.
Best strategies to use CSR card?
Wonder if anyone can offer advice on which cert to pursue next? I obtained my CompTIA Security+ last year and wondering if I should go for the CySA+ or Pentest+ next. I also have my AWS CCP and will be sitting for the Solutions Architect soon as well. Currently not doing security stuff at work but would love to keep my skills going. I was hoping one of these next certs will help me finally break into a security role and love the idea of pentesting but not sure if the CySA+ is more beneficial.
Hey Toronto 🐠 : thoughts on CGI? There's a few interesting postings and I was wondering if anyone could elaborate on firm culture/comp.
Any thoughts on the best certifications to get in order to help move forward? I have considered the CCP from World at Work, but it’s fairly pricey to get by the time you wrap up everything. I was looking at both SHRM-CP and SPHR. Everyone that I have spoken to has the SHRM, but that’s also only looking at individuals in a small geographic footprint and within 3-4 different companies. I was hoping to get some thoughts on this from others? Thanks
Looking for some part time remote volunteer work; anyone got any ideas/leads on where to look?
A manager I know at Deloitte's Risk Advisory team in Bangalore is looking for candidates to join their team. They're looking for people with 3-5 years of post MBA experience in Market Research, Analytics and Consulting. Drop me a message if you're interested.
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