Denver airport layover: any recommendations for quieter areas? Or set up camp by the gate? No access to American, United, or Delta lounges.
Recommended exit opportunities for Risk and Financial Advisory? Currently a manager. Having hard time looking for potential new roles outside of public accounting/consulting world.
Would EY pay for CFA study materials and 1st exams for a first year staff auditor? CPA exam already complete. If so, what are the first steps to take?
Have a huge Delta credit that I need to use, thinking Thailand over New Years, Bangkok + diving. Any recs? TIA.
With the W&K layoffs ... 1. Recruiters are getting psyched. 2. Freelancers are even more unnerved. 3. Axe will fall on people phoning it in at other shops. What are your other predictions ? People leave ad game altogether?
Hotel has a better than average outdoor pool that no one ever uses. I really want to start swimming again because used to be competitive - is it douchey?
I got selected in the lottery for the H1B. I am currently on OPT that expires in August. What are some of the reasons for denial? Btw, I have a Master’s in Accounting and have an accounting base job
One of my older clients offered me a contract to hire. They said it will be as you go not “6 months” or “1 year” etc. I like the company and the VP i will be working under. What do you guys think? How much pay would it take for you to do it? (the job is worth $170,000 salary in SF standards but I’ll be working from LA so COL needs to be adjusted)
Is there a way to sell my 550k Marriott bonvoy points? Would love to hear what others have done. Thanks!
What is the end goal out of consulting for you guys? Frequent conversations about salary tracks and promotion paths make this seem like a never ending game of climbing the ladder professionally as life passes us by
I want to share this golden AMA thread from a current Google PM with Top 7 MBA. Any fishes targeting PM roles at FAANG should see this.
Interviewing with a small internal strat team (currently 3 FTEs) led by the CSO. One VP was awesome, Ex MBB really energetic/excited is with 1.5 yrs in tenure. Then interviewed with the other VP and Manager. They weren’t great, overall not quite at the same level as the VP in terms of professionalism and pedigree. They were very tactical and felt more like middle managers without vision. The latter two seem to have grown up in the company (3-4 years)
I am in a permanent sub job and trying to get my classroom management under control. Is there anyway you can be a nice teacher? Or should you always be tough and then nicer?
What are some of the key questions you should be asking when interviewing for potential project opportunities? Overall scope, staffing timeline, your responsibility and what else..?