After my initial conversation with a recruiter where we agreed she’d submit my information to about 15 firms, I got an interview with one fairly soon after (less than a week). Fast forward and I just did my 3rd interview with them. Throughout all this, I haven’t heard about any of the other positions she was supposed to submit me for. Did they all say no or is recruiter forcing me into the one that has gone almost all the way?
EY has record revenues in the northeast... and still they're reducing PBB's this year. What's Weinberger thinking?
Everyone is getting promoted except me 😰
I'm an experienced hire at EY. Been with them 6 months that now and I already know my future isn't here. What is your recommendation? (a) get it now since I know my future isn't here? or (b) cont'd...
I got promoted and the person who promoted me left the agency so I never got my salary increase.
The is hilarious. Muller investigation- SNL edition
How does performance achievement work? Who is the talent lead for CDP? Who is on the calls? Like it can’t possibly be all CCs in the NE on one call right?
I’m so confused on how it all works.im new
I was challenged to bond with some of the staff/senior staff but one in particular doesn’t even have an answer to “what do you do for fun”? Tips?
PwC fishies— do you guys have Family Business Certifications your leaders push you to get? Like internal certifications.
My resume isn’t a lie, but everything sounds impressive when it’s “global” or for a Fortune 500 where you can accidentally save 6 figures. Anyone else afraid of being found out when they interview?
Just me or is SF agency-side freelance starting to cool down? And in-house seems to be needing more design and copy (I’m an AD)
PSA: Blanqi is having a sale on their pregnancy tanks and leggings! I’m at 39 weeks, 3 days and I’ve lived in these support garments since about month 4 :) https://www.blanqi.com/products/maternity-overbust-high-performance-belly-support-tank-top
Can CD’s stop “giving” their teams ideas? It doesn’t feel like our idea and never will, no matter how much we work on it. We know it’s no coincidence that it’s their idea that goes to client.
I just started my first full time job. Naturally I have no savings or any liquid cash outside of some investments in my Roth. Does it make sense to not contribute to my 401k for now until I get my liquid cash needs met?
Basically I’m wondering if I should stick to my plan of strict cash flows from Gross Income -> Net income, or be more flexible bc of my low tax bracket and accrue my liquid cash to my personally sufficient needs? From there then I start contributing to a 401k? Thanks!
What’s a good exit opp salary with 3 YOE in NYC?
85%? Feel like this figure is misrepresented...I don’t know anyone wants to be back in the office 5 days per week
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