Any Kearney fish with insights on the Southeast Asia offices? Specifically interested in culture, compensation (compared to the US consulting)
I have an offer from MBB for the ME. Would have to relocate from North America and am considering the offer. What's culture and work like in the region?
How is technology at Huge? Had a recruiter reach out and interested about WLB, what platforms they’re using, work they’re doing, general culture, etc. Tech culture in agencies can be weird so would love any info people have!
How is the work culture in IQVIA?
Fresh graduate new hire, never worked too hard in college and was able to do well just off listening in class and cruising Any tips on adjusting to the workhorse culture I seem to be picking up on
Was it hard for you to adjust when going from multiple years of consulting (culture, environment, peers) to industry (laid back, "soft" for lack of a better word, more indirect than direct) What helped you make the move?
Have an offer from TCS - any comments on the culture, processes and org structure that I should consider ?
Millennials: lazy or simply different priorities? I personally find nothing wrong with a generational culture that encourages work-life balance.
My goal is to get employed with a mid tier firm in HR, succession planning, employee engagement, or culture consulting. I have 5 years experience consulting on the above at a mix of in-house and boutique consultancy. Does anyone have tips on which firms I should focus on and steps I should take to get hired?
Thinking about moving to a big city with the following preferences. I am thinking about Dallas, philly, or Chicago. What’s your experience living in those cities? Is there any other city I am missing? 1. Growing economy and population 2. Great food scene and things to do as a young professional 3. Relative LCOL can’t afford housing in NY, SoCal, etc. 4. Diversity of culture especially a bigger Chinese presence
How’s EY Dallas? Culture /hours?
Hoping to get some input on exit paths from tax. I’ve been at a small local firm for 2.5 years, got my CPA license this year, expecting promotion to senior after evaluations in December. Overall I’m pretty happy where I’m at now, the company has a good culture and no one works crazy hours. But I don’t plan to stay in public accounting for my entire career and have heard that the year after senior promotion is a good time to make a change. I’m concerned that
I have an interview for a position at Slalom coming up for Slalom Emerge and was wondering what I should be expecting. I had a pretty good chat with the recruiter and I'm happily employed as is, but I'm always happy to test the waters. Any insights into the job, interview, negotiations process, working environment, culture, travel, etc.? It would be in the integration area. Thanks!
Who left consulting recently due to Up or Out culture? Did you change your mind about Up or Out post COVID?
Anyone here from PWC SDC Bangalore, IT Advisory team? Want to know about work culture, WLB..
Can anyone tell me about what it’s like to be an AM/AE for Amazon? I’m wondering if the culture and WLB is as bad as I’ve been reading on other sites.
My mental health is really suffering because of family drama. Primarily, it's the toxic sexism in my culture (Indian)- feels very unfair how my mom and I get treated, especially by the males (and some toxic females) in the family. Any advice on how to navigate the double standards and lack of decency/respect? I do have a therapist but don't feel as supported with this. Just feeling really depressed, so any constructive thoughts/advice is super helpful.
How is quality of life different of an MBB partner and a B4 partner. Is it really still a grind at MBB at that level? I have never seen a stressed MBB partner so not sure if it’s just a facade.
Have a counselee and utilization is below target ~5%. She was told reduce billable hours for a month which is obv when looking at time report. Ok to mention this as explanation during Y/E? (Cont)
Anyone here ever gone back to school while working as an associate? I’ve always wanted to practice for a few years and then move into academia. I’m at the point where I’m ready to start working toward that transition and am considering doing an online PhD while I keep my role as an associate. Anyone done this or something similar? If so, what online program (university) did you do (attend) and what was your area of study?
I am currently working as a Project Lead/Manager for a health care firm and wanna pivot towards TPM roles at tech firms. Need some inputs from current TPM’s on how their day to day work looks like? What the role as a TPM looks like? What are the challenges? etc… I am preparing myself to get into this role by trying to connect with TPM’s via LinkedIn, looking into posts/YouTube videos for interviews etc. Also applying for the roles simultaneously. Looking for some guidance/help..
What’s the average salary of entry level consultant for MBB and retail banks in Netherlands?
How easy is it to lie about your job title when interviewing for jobs outside of big 4? For example, I’m a 2nd year associate, can I lie about being a senior?
Is it normal for Director MC at Big 4 (11 years exp) to have to take a case interview when looking at MBB?
Fishes, How much base salary should I ask for Manager role at Publicis Sapient with 8 yrs of experience?
Anyone at Bain willing to provide a referral for a position I am interested in applying for?Bain & Company
How hard is it to find an entry level UX researcher position in the midwest? (Also, open to remote) I have: - Psychology degree - UX Design Certification - 2 years experience in a tech start-up and have built processes company-wide
Recruiter from Blackstone reached out for an analyst role in their 'portfolio management program', can anyone shed light on how it compares to consulting? What comp I should expect? Have never really
For the CFE, did you do anything in addition to the ACFE prep course? The course is just practice questions, so I’m wondering where I can actually learn the information first before that.
I’ve really been having the urge to get out of consulting lately. I’m hesitant to leave Deloitte however Bc my husband and I plan to start a family in about 2 years and I know deloitte’s 16 week parental leave policy is rare in the marketplace. Mom’s - do you feel like it’s worth sticking around another 2ish years for the parental leave benefit? (FYI i am newly promoted to SC)
For those that quit big 4 about 5-10 years ago as a senior, are you regretting your decision for not staying longer? I’m trying to figure out my long term plan...
I was contacted in LinkedIn for a role in the UAE, saying that it pays 85k+ bonus in pounds (no taxes). Is this a scam or what? Real LinkedIn recruiter.
I have about 40k in traditional 401k at Meryl from my previous big4 employer. This is the first time ever changing jobs and I feel totally confused with what to do with the 401k. Any advice please? Amazon has fidelity and It alllws rollover old 401k into a rollover ira. Is it work keeping as is , or rollover into ira(Roth/traditional) at Meryl or move to fidelity.
I want to tell my supervisor that I'm not happy with my responsibilities anymore. I feel like I am not trending upward in growth and it seems like my duties have remained the same after years with the company. I rarely have support underneath me, so I pretty much have just taken on a few new tasks with each "promotion." Any advice on how to have this discussion? I'm not confident having these discussions either, so advice for being confident is helpful, too!
I work at a boutique that is not very well known, I went on sick leave for personal reasons, which they have been very supportive of. And while on it I received an opportunity to back to a big name I worked for before moving to the boutique. I've only been here for about 7 months. Would it look bad if I agreed to take the offer to boomerang? I'm very confused, everyone I know is saying I shouldn't do it.
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