When your client knows your software better than you and they are just paying you to nod your head and say "yes, that sounds right"
Lost a client’s laptop charger. What do I do now? Do I ask the client for a new one, or do I just go out and get one myself. If I do get one myself, can I expense it?
I'm excited to share that we're launching , an independent platform for professionals in media, tech and regulation. Let me invite you to sign up. You're welcome to help the current gender balance,too
Any women out here that seem like they will remain single not by choice? Just turned 31 and it feels like i’ll never get married. Guys at work or anywhere else just don’t seem interested (and no i’m not fat). Kind of feel bad for my mom who is slowly aging and seems like her only wish is for me to get a man before she becomes any older.
When you're sharing a room for training week, and the hotel makes you use your roommate's super long Ukrainian last name over your five letter last name for Internet access....#spellagain?
Hi ladies! Anyone had suggestions of your fav silk pjs? I want to splurge on a pair or nice silk pjs.
Hey PwC- has anyone ever used the leave of absence roundtable option? If so, can you explain it to me?
Are there project management role within info sec (most interested in "offensive")? Not many posted and am wondering if there's a "natural" transition from my current role.
Just spoke with my manager, gonna be in Parsippany for a while. Any ladies want to grab a drink next week?
First time homebuyer so I don’t know what I’m doing. I make 85k and got pre-approved for a 485k conventional loan. I live in SoCal and want to purchase a 3 bedroom to rent out 2 of the rooms to friends. I think the mortgage payments would be around 3k a month. Does this seem like a good financial decision? If there are months where I don’t have renters then I’ll be spending 60% of my monthly after tax income on my mortgage.... is this typical? Any advice is helpful as I know very little!
How do you guys think the economy will be for consultants in 2020? Especially with the recession they speak of?
Starting to realize Consulting isn’t for me. Looking at ideas on how to pivot and find a role that’s better suited for me. First time changing jobs. Any ideas on how to get started? I know I want out.
Does anyone else feel that in consulting you never really get great feedback on a job well done? You kill yourself getting something finished and it's either not good enough, or its 'good job'
I'm currently on an OPT expiring in August. My employer is filing for H1B this year but I won't be able to continue with them for long, i.e. until Oct 1st. Do you think I can switch in the interim?