Incoming junior-level consultant wants to know what is “billable hour”. Once in a while I see discussions around billable hours, but I don’t know how that works. After googling, it appears to me that billable hour only matters to me if my salary is paid by hours. Since I will receive a fixed annual salary, does this mean that I don’t need to worry about the concept of billable hours? A related questions: generally speaking, is the bonus related to the hours that I worked? Thanks!
I’m an accounting advisory M2 in Los Angeles and hoping to find a position around $150k in industry. However a recruiter said that’s too high and I should be looking more around $130-140k, I can’t tell though if she’s being honest or just hoping I’ll take a smaller salary so that she can get an easier commission. Thoughts?
Any compensation fishes on here who could explain NYC Overtime laws for salaried employees? Who gets OT and why? Is it related to title or base pay?
What is a reasonable salary expectation for exit opportunities for an audit M1 looking to move into an accounting/reporting role? HCOL (NYC area)
How much do you discount for long-term contracts? Writing a PPL to lead a 3 month project. If I used my usual day rate it would be over $100K which seems a bit crazy.
What should a comp package as a finance manager at a startup look like? e.g. stock option package should result in x% of overall %? Any help greatly appreciated!
Received an offer from Deloitte for servicenow developer for 103k base salary for 4 YOE. I am being underpaid? I tried my best to negotiate though.
Hello everyone I got approached by 300 plus consultant they are providing 3.25 CTC under their payroll for 1 year after that they will deploy me to Wipro. Should I take it? What would be the inhand salary at 3.25 CTC?
How does PE compare to consulting from an work life balance standpoint ? What about comp? Has anyone made the leap?
NYC Sr. Art directors/ACDs: Help! New to freelance. Trying to figure out an hourly/day rate. Nope, no fancy awards. Thanks!
What to say to a recruiter that asks for my current salary? I honestly have no clue how to negotiate salary... would highly appreciate tips!
I just got a job offer to move agencies. I’m happy with the compensation package, but I feel like if I don’t negotiate, I’m leaving money on the table. Any tips for negotiating an already good offer?
Anyone from or applied to Verizon internal consulting team? Recruiter reached out but salary range is low. Any quality work done there?
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I applied for a role at MBB (For ref. not a traditional consulting role). I received a formal positive response from HR and they said they are working to send the formal offer in a couple of days. I just want to ask when should I negotiate? Before receiving the offer or afterwards? Also, I asked a couple of people newly recruited, and they said they aren't negotiating, they have fixed bands to work in (which I know is true for MBB), but it still doesn't hurt to try right?
A bit of a weird question, but I was wondering how do some people manage to accumulate a lot of wealth by the time they turn 50. I read multiple stories of people retiring at that age with ~10m saved and I wonder how the fuck it is possible
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