I want to switch role as an AWS developer. But I have just learnt the things on my own in AWS. In interview I am asked questions based on real scenarios on which I am not having any experience. Any suggestions? Even if I do hands on on services like Linux academy or quiklabs, it would not help. (AWS cloud migration experience one can get if worked on a real project). Please help.
Anyone on here consider taking a federal position? Pros/cons for going from federal consultant to taking a GS-14 federal position? I’m debating it for the flexibility and benefits
McKinsey is hiring across all roles right now in North America. If you are interested in a referral please send me a DM.
Advanced analytics manager position comp range at PWC? I’m at $120k base rn as a C at Accenture
Hello everyone, I have an upcoming case study with one of the big 4 for a M&A generalist position at manager level. Does anyone have any guidance based on: "Nothing particular to prep, we will share an information memorandum with you and you and you will be given a number of questions. We will ask you to read that for an hour in your own time and then present answers to the questions for 30 minutes to myself and another director. The questions will be a mix of qualitative and quantitative."
About to interview for a technology strategy senior consultant role at Deloitte but I have never done a case before. Any tips? Anything to read up on? Will the case be technical in nature or more generic? Thank you!
I am interviewing for a new role and often get asked about a few clients/projects that I did not manage or work on in a day to day capacity. As the department head I gave my team a lot of autonomy to lead their projects, and outside of weekly check ins, I only got involved during RFP stage and when issues came up. I knew in broad strokes what they were working on but wasn’t approving deliverables. So when interviewers ask about these sexy projects we did, I am usually very honest ... (cont)
How was Deloitte usi work before pandemic, do they go everyday to office??? And what are your thoughts about Deloitte opening up offices??
Is it worth it to get a professional certification like SHRM/PHR? Not many of my colleagues have one and it’s not a requirement for my role, but I’m curious if it’s worth it in the long run
I have an interview for a position at Slalom coming up for Slalom Emerge and was wondering what I should be expecting. I had a pretty good chat with the recruiter and I'm happily employed as is, but I'm always happy to test the waters. Any insights into the job, interview, negotiations process, working environment, culture, travel, etc.? It would be in the integration area. Thanks!
What’s your take on counteroffers? I recently was offered a role at a growing company (Recent IPO) with what looks like a bright future. The downside is it’s a lat move doing sim work with small increase to base but additional bonus and RSUs that won’t vest for 3 years. Main reason I was leaving current role was due to boredom and wanting a change. Recent restructuring at current place has opened opp’s and they countered with a promotion and 30% bump with all new responsibilities/path. Thoughts?
Is Strategy&s life science vertical hiring?
SC asked to play up a role and manage a project and initial reaction is to freak out. Will it all be ok?
Two weeks since my phone screen & one week since my follow up email. Application does still say in review, but was advised I’d hear back before the end of the week after my initial screening. Any insight on what may be going on at PwC? For an Associate role in Provider Ops
Cool side effect of WFH: randomly bursting into tears thinking about how much I love my cat.
Is there a time when people generally “start” work remotely? Back when I was a summer before the pandemic, I commonly saw people go in between 9-10 am but I didn’t know what the norm is now that we are remote. I see emails at 8 am and I’m not sure if I’m expected to respond then or not. Also if you are on a deal where some of the members are in NY and you’re in the Midwest, are you expected to go by their times and be on when they are on?
Any Kearney fish with insights on the Southeast Asia offices? Specifically interested in culture, compensation (compared to the US consulting)
Just signed a new employment contract! Any tips for coming up with a good 90 day gameplan? There's nothing like new sales guy energy. The less you know the easier it is I've always found. Somehow the new guy always landed great number his first week or few weeks. Any tips, ideas, strategies to make the most of this 'new guy' energy? Cheers folks
Why can't these people just work hard like the rest of us?!? Hands up! Don't loot! https://www.cbsnews.com/news/donald-trump-connected-lobbyists-secure-coronavirus-financial-aid/
What's the range for mid-experienced SM at Big 4 these days (base-cash benefits-variable)? I want to compare notes - recently received a Big 4 offer but they were not able or willing to match my current package (about 95k all in including variable).
I have SPG lifetime Gold and apparently Marriott has bumped me up to Platinum Elite status. Here’s to hoping they don’t fix the glitch. Anyone else get accidentally upgraded?
I'm 25. Working as Global Mobility Compensation Consultant 1 with Deloitte. Having better than average skills. PGDM from a Tier 3 College (The Worst Part). Making 6.2 LPA (Fix + Variable). Am I Doing bad or very bad in terms of money? Also I'm thinking of a switch "Only Because of the money that I make." Is it worth it? Also where should I look for opportunities?
Does anyone know how much salary an associate consultant at IQVIA should request with 2.5 years of prior experience in consulting?
For people working for FAANG (amazon delivery driver & Apple store genius), do they get 100k RSU for 4 years?
Classic IAH to ORD delays, able to make a prior flight due to it being delayed. Middle row back, but at least I save myself 3 hours of loitering. Little wins
I actually like PA. Anyone else can relate? I worked in industry and government before joining PA. I made the switch to PA after I was told my raise was going to be 5% after 2yrs of work. Smh
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?
Am I too old? Too old to chase a wild dream of living in a beach town? Too old to follow a hunch? Too old to sell everything and start over somewhere else? Some days I feel like I am. With parents in failing health and a grandpa that is lonely most of the time, I feel obligated to stay here. To keep living the life that “makes sense”. I’m 32 single, no kids, own my home, essentially have life by the tail. I live an hour from where I grew up. Feel like I don’t fit in with my friends anymore…
2nd yr Associate and I find myself constantly stressed. Always thinking about work when at home, remote, when I'm out etc. Worried about not executing or errors in deliverables. How do y'all deal??
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