Tis the season for mileage runs. Being new to constant travel, I’m not close enough to the next level. However.. share you’re craziest mileage run story! Living vicariously. Miles, cost, legs, time...
Stay in FP&A or pivot to Corp Dev (down leveled)? .... Assumed background: Senior Financial Analyst at Tier2 tech company - 3.5 YOE, 130k TC, working on M/A and deal support Exit Op: Corp Dev Analyst at a Series C in MCOL, 100k TC If you are trying to pivot to Corp Dev without an MBA is this a no brainer or would you stay in FP&A?
Is there a polite way to tell a past client that you don’t want to meet him for coffee? No longer involved in his type of work and frankly he creeps me out
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 have completed tr and hr in wipro, package negotiations are also completed. Today hr called me and offer will be released after client interview. What if client doesn't like me?
Currently in a play on ATOS that might be interesting for some. It’s a biotech with its primary drug being endoxifen aimed at treatment for breast cancer. Company has no debt and $138M in cash. It’s been announced to be included in the Russell 2K so there will be a predictable movement of ETF inclusion close to June 25. It also still has a high short interest so potentially for shorts to be blown out. I’m currently in 25k shares @ 3.35 holding into the 25th. My price target is $20. For more DD: https://reddit.com/r/pennystocks/comments/neq0tt/atos_dd_the_next_gamma_storm/
Close to 10 years big four business transformation consulting experience - all home grown. Based in NYC. What should my base comp be?
Any insight on interview process for Human Capital? I have my first round scheduled with a DC manager. TIA
Does anyone have thoughts in getting their PMP? I run projects all the time for my current company but because of the nature of my role, they tend to last 2/3/4/5 days, with 2 & 3 weeks max. In my next role, I’ll be running our client work more directly (vs being a liaison) with longer term projects and I know there’s quite a few hours involved in getting my PMP. What are some of the best tips/tricks y’all have used getting yours?
I’m a national buyer (linear tv and digital video). I’d like to move client side or to a consulting firm (because it seems most clients use consultants to manage buying rather than doing it in house). In terms of going client side - I’m finding that most clients want people with digital or as opps experience and my video expertise is obsolete, anyone know of clients that look for video expertise? In terms of consulting - Which companies have people liked working with regarding buying matters?
For current management consultants pursuing a full time 1 Year MBA program, what are your post-MBA plans? Why are you pursuing a 1 Year program? Do you want to pivot out of consulting?
I’m working for a big 4 and have a suggestion to encourage folks to return to the office. I find I’m more productive overall if I spend a few days a week in the actual home office. However…I don’t want to pay a couple hundred a month on parking. How about reimbursing parking? That would be a valuable perk…versus free bagels and garbage food.
EY folks: Does anyone know what’s the salary range for a Senior Associate in the Cyber practice? Specifically looking for Chicago
I am on H1b visa and so is my wife. My visa stamp is expired, and if I go on H4 Ead and want to visit my country, how does coming back to US works? Need stamping or something with Ead?
Going from Big4 to MBB, should I share which firm I’m going to as part of the separation process? Or keep it on the DL? D at a B4 for context and not looking to burn bridges, if possible.
Now having trouble reading things up close. Mid 30s. What is this??? Getting old??? Do I need to purchase grandpa reading glasses?
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