How do your companies recognize technical (e.g., STEM) accomplishments? I’ve heard of old school things like fellowships and “Distinguished Engineer” titles. Wondering what other places do now. I’m struggling to see where my path leads if I don’t want to be a people manager and instead focus on becoming a top technical IC instead. Are there clear paths for that anymore?
For benchmarking I think it’d be helpful for all on here to see starting comp. (undergrad or MBA) at top consulting firms: Firm: Base salary: Total possible per. bonus: Profit share: 401K:
I am in search of a background company to run MVR only. I need some recommendations. Thanks in advance.
So, my boss just told me that all lives matter. Let me know if you hear about any executive HR openings, I have 16 years of global HR experience.
If you’re negotiating a salary and you’re hoping for $65k, what number do you throw out? 70k? 75k? 68k?
Those that exited as product managers, what were the top 3-5 things companies were looking for during interviews?
Is resume paper worth it? Have an interview on Thursday for internal strategy manager role. I’m planning to bring extra copies of cover letter / resume, should I print on fancier paper?
If I have an existing offer from ACN that's currently on hold, can I interview for a new position in the hopes I'll get to start sooner?
Anyone willing to give a referral? ~1 year of experience here but this is not a place to build a career. Comment a burner and I’ll send my resume. Thanks 🐠
Know this is mainly USA discussions but for anyone in the U.K., has there been any indication if promotion salaries will be cut? For reference, I’m an senior going to an assistant manager (exam dependent) . I fear that they will cut the starting salaries for assistant managers
What do you think about an interview process with a 45 minute prompt? Is it vital or a complete waste of time? (I didn’t mind the prompt I completed this morning but was curious about your opinions.)
If I have someone who is interested in early retirement at my company, outside of COBRA (which is only 18 months), what benefits are available for them. Are there Medical/prescription/dental/vision/etc. coverages individuals can opt into? What are the options? Low-high cost options please.
Anyone ever get the very end of an interview process, receive an offer, but then a dream opportunity unexpectedly comes your way? Knowing that it will take another 2-3 weeks for rounds of interviews for a potential offer... while there’s already one on the table, just not *as* appealing. What would you do?
This is so awkward - I just started a job at a smaller firm (5 lawyers including me). 2 partners. The partner I primarily work with has gone on Lunch i think? And has been gone for 3H now. I am out of work (reviewing professional development material) but already asked everyone else for work. It’s 4pm ..do I go home? Also the partner who hire me is very busy and says there is lots of work but doesn’t give me clear instructions on next steps - what do I do
After giving 2 weeks notice, when do the medical benefits end? End of 2 weeks or end of month? What if the company terminates you immediately?
What are the Pracitioner factors that go into your bonus again? Trying to get a guess. Performance, level, promotion year, what else? SC, Not up for promo, $117k, GPS HC