12 teams - no PPR (standard) w 6th pick overall. I got Green, Fournette, Cooks, C Edmonds and A Lazard on bench + Patriots D. Thoughts?
If I put my 2 weeks notice and I’m on the bench, will they have me leave immediately? Will I not get paid for the 2 weeks?
Just joined a new small firm about a month ago and I haven’t done anything in weeks after the first week of trainings and a weekly bench call. No one is reaching out to me. I think they’ve forgotten they hired me. What do I do?
Is there any benefit for analysts/consultants who are on the bench to help with BD work? Does it make a difference in terms of networking/getting your name out - or is it really just doing
If you’re on the bench and get an external job offer is it worth giving a 2 week notice? What’s the point? I want to be professional but I also want to get paid until my start date. What should I do?
Any recommendations for certifications that are relatively quick and easy to get? Been on the bench for a while and trying to get some "quick wins" to motivate myself :/
Anyone here have any ideas on how to handle sexism on the bench? I’m at my wits end in a case where my opposing counsel (white male and also a total jerk) is buddy-buddy with our presiding judge (also white male). In every single hearing, opposing counsel interrupts me every time I address the court, and the judge not only allows it, he never allows me to get back to my point. He also likes to hold all of these hearings as off record status conferences. Any strategies to fight this?
If you were on the bench for a while with nothing on your plate, would you volunteer for an RFP in your practice but in an area you have zero interest in? RFP is for an ERP implementation
Are there any meaningful certifications or learning modules I can do while on the bench? Been on here a week and need to charge a code other than G&A or else 💀
For your first year, what is a safe amount of time to be on the bench? Staffing is seems to be difficult
2 months on the bench now, and I'm starting to freak out. Projects are picking people that are either local or have more relevant experience than me.
That moment when you walk out of a second round at a job you want, are told you're moving onto the next round, and also receive an email that you're now staffed after weeks on the bench 🙄
How do you spend you bench time? Feel like I should take adventage of the downtime but worry that I might not seem proactive enough for optics.
Question with regards to layoff talks. Are those who are being let go on the bench or being released while on projects? I haven't heard of many ACN layoffs in the former situation...
PwC SAP consulting entry level position. Salary expectations for Associate? High cost of living city. Masters degree (non-MBA). Limited consulting exp
Which party is more fascist? If definition is strong central control of society, culture, and private enterprise? Know we typically define it as right leaning but sounds like today’s left, no?
Does anyone know what the salary range is for a first year FDD Manager at the B4? HCOL city. TIA
Is very high stress over the staffing process a good enough reason to leave? I’m not the best cold-networker, i’m much better at keeping a network once i’ve actually worked with people. I am constantly anxious and stressed and thinking about when i’ll next roll off, worrying about being let go off the bench and never finding a new role.
Deloitte strategic risk and reputation senior looking for consulting work in France/Germany/Switzerland. Any advice for how to get work visa sponsored? Sorry I posted yesterday, but not responses...
Suggestions for KPIs for learning consultants?
Hi Everyone, Can anyone here from Capgemini, want to know something about process of FP&A. I am done with Technical round, Director round, HR round (salary negotiation done) , All documents shared even given amcat test (English+writing). And now from past few days no communication from Capgemini HR, even not picking call and not responding on mail. Can anyone update me is it take time or I am not shortlist.
Curious to know if anyone else doesn't know what they want to do as a career. Came from industry with payers, mostly data analytics, but no passion for it. Consulting is a shit ton of project management work that I hate. Not sure of what options I have as an exit. Consultant 2 yrs. Data analytics 6 years but not interested in data... Honestly want to go back to industry in payer but not sure where?
I'm grateful that I got promoted and got a raise under these circumstances, but I know that in my firm when people get promoted to be a manager, they are also offered bonuses, I wasn't (and I confirm that this was the case with my promoted peers-all male). I know that I'm a high performer, all my reviews were great and the management supported my promotion. I don't understand why I wouldn't get a bonus. I want to discuss this w/my director. Any suggestions on how I should express my frustration?
Middle school teachers, what are the “must-have” books in your classroom libraries? I am a special ed resource reading teacher looking for some books that will make my kids WANT to read more!
What questions do you ask at the interview?
I am currently a SA at EY-Parthenon on the West Coast and looking to case for MBB. Comment if interested.
What kinds of extracurriculars "count" for admissions? For example, I'm a serious musician and play in competitions and gigs; I also have some leadership experience from college that was pretty extensive (used it for all my job interviews) but hasn't continued since then. Also, how many activities do they usually ask for? Just trying to get a sense of how/if I should adjust my activities to be more "application-ready".
Anyone have any advice on whether it’s better to roll over a 401k to a Roth IRA or a new company’s 401k when leaving a company?
I was reached out to about a role that I was interested in pursuing but the recruiter said their base was 30k-40k lower than my range. However, recruiter came back 2 weeks later and said they can make it work and is interested in setting me up for interviews. In the mean time within those 2 weeks, I ended up accepting a role and started the new job. I would have taken the first job but don’t want to renege. What do I tell the first company so doors are left open for future if needs arise?
Anyone have insight into Aon Inpoint? Was contacted for a consultant position and would like to learn more about the culture / scope of work.
Which firms have the fastest career path outside of MBB and T2? I know those are up or out and they must be fast. But are there other firms that are known for promoting quickly? What is the average years to partner at your firm?
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