Does Deloitte do a early promotion for staff with graduate degree? Most people I know in Deloitte who has a graduate degree (non MBA) working in audit got promoted to a senior before hitting 1 year anniversary.
Was hired into a company at a level that was more junior than my skills (Was out of work due to pandemic for a year). I’ve been at the company 5 months. We’re going through a reorg and my new position will really be leveraging my years of experience more so than other role. Is it appropriate to discuss a raise/adding senior to title? Or should I do the job and then prove myself then talk about raise. I have more experience than the senior members of my team.
To the two Publicis guys sitting in front of me on this American Airlines flight to Chicago, stop bragging about never taking a sick day and coming in even when you have the flu... 🙄
Wondering what the Health Insurance benefits are at PWC and Deloitte. 1. What are the premium costs 2. Do they match HSA 3. What are the deductibles and Max Out of Pocket. I assume they have no co-pay option for doctors visits that kind of insurance seems to be a thing of the past… really appreciate any answers! Thanks everyone!
How is cognizant Salesforce practice for experienced hire? Is work culture good enough? How is job security?
Last min requests for proactive decks to show the client ‘we’re doing stuff’ that have to be worked on over the weekend only to be not used the following week are really getting to me. It’s a wonderful way to let employees know you don’t care about them while having mandatory meetings so the company can tell employees how much the agency cares about them.
How to ask a startup to share their books with you. Being courted for Manager of S&O role, but don't want to be walking into a sinking ship.
M3A - 2-rated, only $3k base increase and $12k bonus (last yr $12k base increase, $8k bonus). Told the next step to get a large base increase is promotion. Is this bullshit to keep me hanging on?
I’m so sick of politics and people politicizing things that don’t need to be. This is the perfect time for a new political party to come out called the “I hate politics, let’s just” party (pun intended). Instead of blue or red it’ll be colorless. It’ll just include normal f-ing people who meet in the middle to agree on things and avoid drama. People will stop posting polarizing political posts with misinformation, and just post about normal things. Illegitimate news outlets will have less fuel.
How do salary increases work at Big 4 if you come in an experienced hire? For example if I switch firms as an SA at 130k salary, what can I expect as an increase the next year since I’m not on the normal comp structure?
One of our older advisors is about to retire so his book will be split amongst us junior advisors. What can I do to pitch myself to him and to management to earn the bigger accounts?
Please don’t judge me. I have a spending problem and have wracked up about $10k in credit card debt. I created a budget and a plan to pay it all off in 12-18 months, but am worried about my spending habits. Any books, tips, etc that you recommend?
How do you litigators do it? I’m a transactional attorney caught in the middle of a client’s litigation issues and this sucks. Parties are so headstrong, confrontational but at the same time won’t even speak to each other. Do you always expect to get paid? Some of these litigators’ bills seem extreme for no actual trial occurring. I’ve never been so pleased with my chosen path.
Need suggestions. I just found out a client (in house counsel) has breast cancer. She is an awesome strong woman who has been a great advocate for me, and I want to be there for her. Any ideas of things I can do to support her while she is undergoing treatment? My first thought is to sign her up for a door to door laundry service, but I would love suggestions.
Does anyone have a virtual happy hour activity that was actually fun, other than drinking some expensed booze.
Help! Need some tips on negotiating. Step by step. SC at Deloitte offered at AWS for L5 data scientist. Big raise to $240k TC. 3 YOE+MS. Word of mouth says that this is a good offer for my location (DC). I have a bunch of questions and I'm also looking for any tips for anything I'm missing. -Even if it's a good offer, is there always $ on the table to ask for? -I have a final interview elsewhere this Thursday. Should I start negotiating now or wait until I hear on the other option? ...
Hi all, as a Talent Acquisition Partner that is looking to start expending my Professional￼ education, would you recommend pursuing SHRM-CP certification?
Haven’t had a raise in two years. Making $100k in SF and was just told by HR I’m “in my range.” Is it time to jump ship?
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