I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
Hello! I have a two part question: 1) is it worth it to obtain an SHRM specialty credential if I don’t have the broader SHRM certification? 2) has anyone gotten the People Analytics or Talent Acquistion credential? If so, how valuable was it from a learning perspective? Do you feel it significantly contributed to your knowledge in either area? Thank you!
MBA worth it you went to T1 undergrad and don't want to switch industries? Additional context: 4 YOE at T2/T3 firm. Think an MBA could be useful since I don't have business/finance background and at some point want to move in house for an investment firm. If I were to get an MBA, it'd be state school (T50). Concerned if I don't go back now, I'll never go back.
For MBA apps will it hinder or help you if you provide a list of other MBA programs you are looking into besides the one you are currently applying for?
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Oliver Wyman how is the MBA sponsorship process like? Any advice? I’ll be coming in as a senior consultant within CCG! TYIA!
Interested to hear how people learn project management. I have done PRINCE2 exam and read PMP materials, but I find these are too textbook theory based. Real life projects seem to be very different and a lot more complicated. I often do not know what needs to be done unless someone tells me. I believe you can learn these things on the job, but I am keen to expedite this with some books or courses. Are there any resources that are particularly helpful?
Is a MBA necessary / helpful to move up in product management if you don’t have a tech background? Considering making the jump from consulting to PM and want to know if I’ll have issues not having one
I will be recruiting for MBB next fall during my MBA program. I am looking for more info on what projects are really like, culture at your firms, why you choose it, and how it stands out. Thanks!
I would love to explore opportunities at PWC or Deloitte - my focus is financial services and currently work in M&A. Ivy League MBA and discreetly looking to have a coffee chat.
How to get more business acumen/knowledge? I am currently data engineering/analytics consultant looking to get into bizops/strategy. I can't pursue a MBA atm. More details in comments.
INSEAD vs LBS: Targeting MBBs post MBA. Profile: Nationality - Indian, Current Location - London, Experience: ~6.5 years across Deloitte and EY. Currently on track for Manager promotion at Deloitte next year. My main concern is around sponsorship, are MBBs looking to hire non-Europeans esp. @INSEAD? People say it is a consulting school but majority of campus hires are EU / British citizens. Not sure if Brexit has changed something recently.
Anyone actually keep their PHR active? I got my cert in 2013 and have done nothing since.
Anyone have TC range for @PwC Manager (Advisory) tech role based out of Atlanta, non MBA with 8 years of experience
Stories of people transitioning into sports management? Interested in hearing strategies to break in after mba and consulting
Worth doing a 3 year JD MBA purely out of intellectual curiosity (firm will pay for 2 of the 3 years). It would be at either Penn, Columbia, or Northwestern
Which mba predicting website/service did you use to test the possibility of getting to the b schools? Is that only possible via a private consultant?
So I just got a pre-MBA internship in an industry I’m curious about (food and bev startup) but am not sure if I want to recruit for it. Does having this disjointed work experience look odd to recruiters? Specifically in tech.
Currently a recent college grad and working as an analyst in financial services. Majored in Risk Mgmt and working a rotation within Risk. Contemplating whether I should go back to school for an MBA or JD? Would like to be in house counsel at my company with JD or Senior/Exec leader with MBA. Thoughts?
Question for you all: Left D to Company A for a 50% raise in TC and slated to start in <1 week. However, just got an offer at Company B for a 100% raise in TC compared to D, or 30% raise in TC compared to company A. Both firms do similar work but B provides a more solid comp package. Job duties would be relatively similar. Is the % jump worth burning the bridge? Would have chosen Company B if the offer came sooner but the % difference in A to B is at my [personal] 30% threshold. TIA!
What’s generally standard among FAANG companies for offer acceptance once one is extended? If anyone has experience with this, is it one week or is it more flexible? I am trying to schedule final onsite with two companies and hoping I can get timing to line up (in the event I am fortunate enough to have offers).
How many rounds of interviews are normal for a small, independent agency? I’m in the process of interviewing for an associate account executive (entry level) position if that helps! I’ve had a phone screen and one virtual interview with the co-founders so far.
We are picking up two Havanese puppies this weekend. If you have pet insurance that you like, could you let me know the provider. Thank you.
Is there a secret to the new SPG/Marriot line? Platinum status doesn't seem to cut it anymore.
As a new hire, what’s the better approach? Go around looking (begging) for billable hours or sit tight at my desk for 8 hours a day and study for the CPA exam?
Feeling sick from anxiety this morning. Knowing I have to leave today and tough week ahead looming
Does anyone know someone who was placed on a pip who then found a way to get on medical leave so could apply to jobs while still employed? (Idea being that you greatly extend your opportunity to look for jobs while still being able to say you’re at current firm. Example: Person gets 1 month pip, gets medical leave, then is able to look for new jobs for many months rather than 1 month. If you don’t know anyone, any opinions on how this could work?
Can I transition into MBB (generalist EH) role with a tech strat background? Is tech strat regarded as pure strategy experience?
Hi all, Anybody from Deloitte who works on qliksense. I have an interview scheduled soon, so wanted to know what type of questions are asked. Thanks in advance.
What are your thoughts on this article? I was confused by how an earnest request of how to deal with money matters turned into a "you are sexist and part of the problem" epithet. Interested to hear if others agree or disagree with the approach taken in this article and what I might be missing. https://www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/my-girlfriend-makes-twice-what-i-earn-i-reluctantly-paid-the-200-dinner-check-for-her-first-promotion-she-just-got-another-one-should-i-pay-again-11627260385
Used to be in a quant group. We had an underperforming staff who we let go. He claimed to HR he was discriminated against bc he was an MBA. To which they responded: that's not a protected class.
Getting married next month and we’d like to have a joint checking account to cover shared expenses, however I don’t want to miss out on all the points I can rack up by consistently using my delta platinum card (spending thresholds = point bonuses, etc). Any advice out there from points pros that combined finances after marriage?
Feeling like my firm has a very outdated parental leave policy (and none of the women partners have children)! What is the parental leave policy at your firm? Please include: (1) size of firm; (2) location of firm (city, state); (3) how many paid weeks off from firm (not state/fed benefits); (4) other policies such as ramp up/down time, etc.
First real program leadership role - any tips?
Things you shouldn’t say when asking for a raise : -I don’t want to live in a walk up any more. -I don’t want room mates. -I asked around and I should be making more. -I don’t cook and only eat out.
I have a question, but to put it in context takes more characters than this allows--I'll explain more in a reply. Briefly, I struggled through seven miserable years of teaching until I finally got asked back by a school in 2019. My classroom management was disastrous; I knew it, but couldn't seem to fix it. Then I took a seminar, and got better. It really was that simple, though of course I'm still learning. So, can classroom management be taught? I believe so, but no one else seems to agree.
Does anyone fly fish? Are lessons in CT/NYS worth taking or can one teach one's self the ropes
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