@ Experienced folks in RFA - To what extent does Utilization affect promotion? I am at 99% Utilization right now, but want to take 1 week off, which will drop my Utilization to 95% at the end of performance year. Should I take 1 week PTO?
Having 11.27 experience in TCS. When I will be eligible for Assoc promotion? All B bands last 4 years.
I’ve been with my employer for 3 years and I’ve been promoted three times and I’ve never had a review. I’ve been in my position now as a Regional Manager for just over a a year. I’ve asked for a review and I’m yet to get a review. I currently make 52,000 a year. I feel like I should be getting paid more and I’m now wondering how go about asking for a raise?
I got an offer letter from paypal as L24 band as sr team leader , please suggest they are offering equity in my CTC ..how equity works in paypal ..how promotion or career growth works with paypal
Hello, I recently took a Sales Director position/promotion with a startup that didn’t tell me they were in financial trouble before hiring me… they’ve been late on my last 4 paychecks. Anybody know of opportunities for a sales manager? Please help.
When can we expect next hike or promotion in IBM, if currently getting 7B promotion? IBM
I have been working in an interim role as a portfolio manager. I was promised that the role would be mine. However, after doing the job for 2 months, I have been advised that we might not get the funding for the role and I might not get the raise and the title but my responsibilities will be the same.
Its a political minefield.
How should I back out elegantly that I need to be compensated fairly and competitively from this mess without burning any bridges
Hello Folks. I have been offered a Principal Consultant position in EY GDS. How is the hierarchy after this position and how does promotion works wrt to time and performance?
My coworker (who has the same title and job) just told me how much he made and it is 30-40% lower than what I make. Granted he does have a little less experience in the field but it shouldn't be that drastically different. How can I help him advocate for a raise within the company?
I'm leaving the company so how can I can help to make sure he gets some of my allocated salary budget?
I currently make 65k as an analyst and absolutely love the place I work at and my coworkers. Got a job offer for a sr analyst position at an insurance company for 105k, with a 12% bonus based on company goals being met. I’m honestly not too excited about insurance but an 80% raise is hard to turn down. Reviews are soon and I’m fairly certain I can get 85k-100k out of my current company with a promotion. Got the offer today but reviews aren’t for 2 weeks. Advice on timing and path forward?
Does Iqvia has separate cycles for promotion and yearly hike?
If yes when does person get promoted to higher scale?
Partners, please can you list out key questions you were asked/you ask during panel interviews for promotion to Partner?
I returned to my job after leaving, and was told that I wouldn't get a 6 month raise since I was a returning employee. I was passed up for a promotion/ payraise for by someone who has been here less than half the time. I am a top performer and have incredible numbers to back that up. How do I go about asking for a raise?
When hikes/promotion happene normally at wolters kluwer.
Like it's twice a year or its once a year?
I am currently working as Audit senior assistant at deloitte USI and my promotion is due in upcoming June month in deloitte. I Got an offer from KGS australian region as senior 2 position and hike is 25% from current package. I heard that worklife balance is good at KGS normally it is 8-9 hrs max job in a regular day but quality of work is not at par with deloitte USI really confused about whether should i make a switch or stay back in deloitte and wait for promotion?
After a year at my agency (1st job out of school) I got an 8% raise without asking, but not a promotion in title. Very grateful of course but seems a bit odd and wondering if it could be indicative of anything.
Any Citi alumni working at Freshworks Inc ?
How’s the culture, pay scale & benefits and promotion cycles?
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Hey everyone! I moved to London recently and looking at making friends! Anyone here that’s in London and wouldn’t mind going for a coffee or walk? 🤞🏽
I was just let go from a huge round of layoffs. I have considered myself to be a high performer and was told it all came down to years of experience. I really loved this company and my heart is broken and confidence is shattered. Any advice or suggestions?
How soon should you follow up with a recruiter/HR if your email about your availability for a call goes unanswered?
How can we get a joining kit?? Noida location
Have $500k cash and 2.5 lakhs of monthly rental income . Would I be able to live happily in India if I take a low stress job or do something by myself
Looking for referrals to Target, Paypal, Capital One and Liberty Mutual Insurance if anyone is willing. I have 8 years of experience and looking to expand my knowledge outside of my current company. TIA!
Best Hilton properties for points redemptions? I have almost 400k points to burn but everywhere I go, Marriott/SPG has the best properties so I always end up booking with them instead 🤷🏻♂️
I'm looking for job opportunities in startups.
Please suggest me some midrange startups.
Looking for Python developer / Data Analyst roles.
YOE 2 Years 10 Months
Hey guys, I gave interview in Mindtree last week, and I believe the interviews went great. But I haven't heard back from them still now. How long should i wait before calling the HR about the feedback? And how long does this process usually take?
Hi Tech Fishes - I'm a presales solutions architect trying to pivot to the partner business side of large cloud service providers.
Any books or articles you would recommend on how I could get up to speed relatively quickly? I'm mostly trying to understand the partner business model between CSPs and ISVs, Big 4 etc. Thanks in advance!
Has anyone made the jump from the tax group of an AmLaw 100 firm to a Big 4 tax group? I have questions.
Was anyone else here considered an "essential worker" during 2020? I feel like I'm still recovering from that year!
In New York I was under the impression that salaries needed to be listed on job posts starting April 15th, yet I'm seeing many without it - just an observation. Is there an exception to the rule? (note: i'm just curious, and am a big supporter of pay transparency!)
I've been contacted from a recruiting for Director of Product Development role, but looking at the job description it reads the same a Director Product Management and even reports to the VP or Product as I would expect. Is there a difference that I'm missing or are these positions largely the same?
If wanting to move up in the HR Realm, which would be the better certificate? PHR or SHRM?
I am wanting to advance in Talent Acquisition and program management. I am looking for insight as to which would be the better path.
I am graduating this weekend from school(it’s masters degree and I’m 30’years old) and I am looking to celebrate the weekend with an amazing scotch. Don’t have a preference with the type. Looking for something within $500. TIA
Hi, what designation I can ask for 12+ years of .net in EY? I have cleared first round in rt gds and second round is kept on Monday.
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Had an interview in OCT for a job and it went very well. The company has had lots of delays in making a final decision since their head office is very cost conscious. They have been feeding me constant updates and reiterating how much they want me to join. I feel that my initial salary expectation now feels outdated as it was 6 mo. ago last year. Any tips on how to renegotiate my initial salary exp. w/o possibly creating more delays with their head office? Sign on bonus?review $alry in 6 Months?
Anyone here work in HR/Recruiting for Optum/UHC? Trying to get insight into pay range for a specific pay grade.
I’m thinking of moving from industry to consulting, currently I’m a senior associate (Manager at RBC) and get paid $76k base (+10-20% bonus) with 1 YOE. I’m wondering what I should ask for if I’m asked about my salary expectations at PwC for example? Can I ask for 85-90k?
Can anyone share the salary range for a Senior manager in IT at TD Bank in Toronto? Thanks in advance.
Job range is 50-70k. Currently I make 65 and would like to make at least 75. Is it insane to ask for 75-80?
Currently a fund accountant in SEI. I have 1 year experience after business school. Got an offer from JP Morgan as a fund accountant in Boston ( This requires relocating from Jersey) and an offer from Barclays as a prime Broker in jersey. Same 85k base and 10k bonus. Which will you advice I pick.
Hi, for the past year I have been studying IT for a career change, and studying for Comptia A+, I have now passed Core1, on Friday I have my Core2 then getting the Certification. For an entry level position as a Cyber Security Consultant with no experience, so all training would be on the job, what should the expected salary be (living in London) , some advice would be great. I have landed a job, and would like to know if the offer is decent.
Can I know what “market rate salary” is for west coast Sr. Art Director is vs Associate Creative Director? I know roles and responsibilities will play a factor but new to the coast and would like some industry insight when fishing out for salary ranges. Thanks in advance!
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I need a print out of every job that ever paid me a check, and or a print out of all companies that employed me which I paid my taxes thru ?
Two weeks ago, I started a new staff accountant job at a property investment/real estate company in Atlanta through a recruiter. I have a bachelors in the field and 3 years experience. Salary is $60k, 100% vested in 401K no match, 14 days of PTO, bonus up to 10% and they pay my phone bill. Just wondering if I’m where I should be at in terms of compensation.
Hi guys, I’m an experienced supervisor for a luxury building company. How much should I be charging per hour?
Found out that I was being underpaid, I told my manager and it seems like the reason to receive less than other colleagues is bc of my previous work experience, even though I do the same or more than my colleagues. Any advice ? Thanks 🙏
Hey everyone - currently interviewing at Google Seattle for what looks like a L4 PM position. I’m currently at 2.5 YOE and making about 170k TC. Any expectations I should have? It’s for team matching for GCP, which is still hiring
Is it allowed to do take two full-time opportunities, one on t4 and other incorporated? I can manage both but not sure if it’s allowed legally. No moonlighting statement in contracts though.
I have over 12 years in B2B sales/sales management experience along with a graduate degree. I am wanting to shift gears and I am at a point where I can invest time in myself to learn through practical experience. The new industry I am wanting to pursue is real estate investment. I have read all the books but want some hands on experience on the property management side. How could I best leverage my skills for a role in this, and what should my expectations be for negotiation in compensation?
Generally. Companies give everyone the raise merit raise. They try to keep them at 3% average. So between 2-4% depending on how well you performed. But most 1 years it’s probably 3%. Now. That said. With inflation who knows what companies will do this year. Last year mine gave minimum 6% across the board. So who knows.
Industry and location are going to matter here.. Also, does the company do annual raises across the company or are they handled every year upon each employees review?
Based on my current company 2.5-3% is fairly standard annually.. but it hasn’t been unheard of to get 5-7% depending on the employees situation. 5-7% is not the standard it would be a one off for high performance or someone the may be low on he pay scale type thing.
3% is most common. It’s basically a COLA, to combat inflation.
Basically this. If you want something outside of a col raise you need to ask for something outside of a merit raise. But at one year experience. Don’t you get very far with it.