If switching from one big 4 firm to another how does switching over cell phone plans work?
Big 4 -> slalom. Do I have to tell my current employer where I'm exiting to? Legally do they consider Slalom as a competitor, even though they are smaller? Cont'd
Considering making a switch from Big 4. Comments to share on bonus this year and in a normal year? Culture?
What’s big 4 to another big 4 experienced sm signing bonuses looking like in FDD, right now?
For those who switched between big 4 in audit how was that process and was it challenging?
I’m currently working as a design consultant at a big 4 & it’s my first job as a designer. I’m doing a lot of strategy work and haven’t done any design work at all. Although I want to find a new job, I don’t have any design experience to add to my portfolio to be competitive in recruitment. I’d love to get some advice from people who hired consultants or were once consultants but now working at agency or in-house on how to market yourself during recruitment.
Which of B4 + MBB pays SWE/DS the most? I know they can't compare to FAANG, but just among these guys, who pays the most? Who has the best talent/tech implementations?
Just received an offer from another big 4 firm that was substantially less than I currently make (more than 10%). Do you guys think it is worth negotiating or should I just pass on it?
Boomerangs - Did you get a raise when you boomeranged back to your old big 4 firm? If so, how much? Tips to negotiate.
Hi Tax Bowlers, I'm an experienced associate (2yrs) in a Big 4 Transfer Pricing division. I have reached a point in my career where I am considering taking up a professional certification. Several colleagues recommended taking up either ACCA or CFA, however, I see little connection between these certifications and the work that I am currently doing, and what I plan to do in the future. What would you guys suggest? Would it be detrimental to my career if I did not take up any certifications?
I'm a Microsoft Dynamics and C# Developer at a Big 4 consulting firm. But... working with Dynamics for the last 5 or 6 years is starting to wear on me. The salary is great because there is a shortage of qualified Dynamics developers, but I want to do something else, even if that's just back to being a run of the mill C# Developer. Maybe this is more of a rant or I'm letting off steam, but has anybody on here ever essentially gone from a specialized type of roll to more general role?
Is it just me, or is the big 4 sales culture low energy? I get the RFP process is painful, having done it in other industries myself, but the way I've seen most people sell in these firms seems mediocre for the amount of support that gets thrown at these opportunities. Maybe it's the ex-finance consultant in me, but the approaches I've seen in my 5 year tenure so far have me thinking this isn't catering to my strengths and won't be the best move to stick it out to SM/PPMD.
Can anyone help with salary slabs for consulting in Dubai (big 4) - senior manager and director? Base + variable.
What are the ledger growth expectations (dollars or %) at your firm this year? I’m finishing the first year as a new tax partner (not B4). Started with 1.9million ledger and grew to 2.7million with pipeline worked from past years that turned to wins. The pandemic hasn’t allowed much time or travel to refill the pipeline. Now there’s pressure to add 500k and grow to 3.2million by end of 2nd year. Feels like a big number for a second year tax partner.
For those in senior positions- how are you not constantly worried about the success of your work? There’s so many things that can affect P&L that are out of your control, how do you stay calm and not feel like you’re going to get fired as soon as growth slows?
Looking for leaders in inclusive design or general resources. What agencies, designers, books, or general resources or sites do you look to for reference + brands that you’ve seen walk the walk?
Every time I talk about my mental health and my struggles I feel like I get the “consulting isn’t for everyone” response and I feel like that’s just an excuse for toxic corporate environments. Just because I process things differently and need to work differently doesn’t mean I can’t produce great work. Tired of people making excuses for not being willing to change their styles to fit others and be less of an ass.
What’s a good salary for a senior financial analyst position in NYC/NJ at a media company or music label to ask for?
Does anyone know what PwC's health benefits are like? I am onboarding and the packet just says it covers up to 75% of a gym membership or something like that. I'll be in the NYC office too if that affects anything
Someone at PwC recently said they wouldn’t want anyone other than DJT leading the country during the coronavirus crisis. Unless that person is the devil harvesting souls, I hope they’ll read this:
Received an invite for a superday very quickly after applying to Goldman. Recruiter never sent me the zoom password and then the password failed to work so everything started a full 15 minutes late. Interviews went great including a “they’ll definitely be a second round” but then I received the rejection email the next day. Do we think the tech issues played into that significantly or just my interview not stacking up to other candidates?
I had a major client interview scheduled for today with a very sr client for potential job- it has taken forever to book. An hour before the meeting my Internet went out. I live in a remote area so I don’t have cell service (my husband was out running errands so no car to drive anywhere). I missed the interview and had to followup when it got back on. We rescheduled for wed but I’m pretty horrified. Sent apologies with weak explanation of Internet. How to handle when we finally speak?
Interviewing at McKinsey from a big 4 consulting firm - currently an engagement manager interviewing for an engagement manager role on the partner track - comp at big 4 is currently $165k base, what’s a reasonable amount to ask for at mck? I got an Ivy League exec mba in 2020 as well, which hasn’t yet been reflected in my big 4 comp (we mostly didn’t do raises because of covid last year). Trying to understand how much higher mck might be willing to go?
Hey guys, How's role for deputy manager in jio? Is it entry level or mid level? What is the nature of work? How much compensation should be expected
Hello all. Greetings. Please help me to take a decision. I have been offered by below companies. I'm keeping wlb , job security, and salary in mind. EY ( Morgan Stanley client) : 14 LPA fixed. FIS global : 13.5 (including 10% variable pay). Societe general : 11.1 LPA All are for Bangalore location. FIS has assured me that they would revise my salary based on the offer letter which I show them. TOE : 3.5 yrs. Please need your suggestions
Anyone in LA and have any tips/insights on how to get connected here? I moved here last year so still pretty new and have had limited opportunities to connect with others due to covid. It seems in both my dating life (F dating M) and trying to make friends (any gender!) people are very flaky. I’m wondering if there are places, groups, or just general tips I might not know of where people are more open and interested in making real connections. Any advice is welcome!
WYR? Work on a prestigious brand but don’t make anything. Ever. With an up and coming agency that could be something cool some day? Or an agency where you make ALOT and have the opportunity to work on a lot of different brands but have to spend a year working on one terrible client with no work life balance?
Anyone interested in a Manager, External Reporting role with a growing technology company (recent IPO) in Manhattan? $125k + bonus with WFH flexibility. If so, DM me. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom.
I’m frustrated that I’m always expected to do everything for our LO since I’m working from home. Five days a week, I do all the drop offs and pickups. When the baby is napping, I prep all her bottles and solids to pack with for daycare. Today, on top of everything else I had to take our dog to the vet. My husband hasn’t even offered to do anything because it’s easier for me to do it.
I’m back to having no billable work again. My department almost completely dried up when covid started, so I’ve been relying on work from other busy departments at my firm to keep me busy since March. I feel like I start a new job every couple of weeks and am constantly begging for work. I’m just exhausted. Can anyone else relate?
Any tips on how to figure out what one *really* want to do for their career? I know consulting isn’t it, but I’m having a hard time finding a role or company or even another type of career (e.g., law or education) that really speaks to me and seems fulfilling or exciting or at least worth the effort to switch into. Any tips for introspection or how to navigate this weirdly defeating feeling are very welcomed :)
Agile Conflict: how do you manage fundamental disagreements between a PO and scrum master? The two really don’t get along on my project.
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