Interviewing for an Associate position within McK Ops practice and senior partner is one of the interviewers which I’m a little nervous. Any tips would be appreciated! I’ve been practicing my stories and casing but I heard that sometimes the partners can go “offscript”..
Have an interview at EY for Internal Audit. Does anyone have any idea about the interview process or the team culture?
How much time are companies giving you all to consider offers these days? Some interviews lined up, no options yet, but not sure what to expect. So trying to plan.
Have two days of virtual interviews with a company. Went thru HR stage and Hiring Mgr. Realizing now that while I love the company’s mission, the exact role I’m interviewing for doesn’t seem appealing. Any advice on how to handle? Go forward or cancel interviews? Bad look to cancel?
Interviewing for Director position at PWC. Looking for interview tips and any insight into compensation range (base salary, bonus, etc). Anyone willing to share? Thx.
At what point in your career can you step away from the one-page resume? 5 years post MBA here, can I do a 1.5-2 pages? Or is that not kosher? Also this would not be consulting-oriented resume. Looking for exit opps..
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Any insights in PWCs People In Deals group? Interviews coming up and could use the assistance. TIA!
Considering an MD position at Accenture and need to give comp expectation, its on Strategy side. Of course its based on my own need and desire, but like to hear from (ex)MDs at Accenture if 400k sounds like a reasonable ask for base. And can anyone help me understand the difference between L4 and L3? For reference, I am a Senior Principal with almost 2 years executive industry experience post consulting. Thanks for any insights!
Do recruiters or interviewers typically outright ask where else you are interviewing? Or is that out of the norm?
Has anyone reapplied for a role where they previously got rejected after interviewing? Was it successful?
Layed off from Uncle D back in Oct, lined up interviews at some other Big4s for the new year, any tips for stories around the seperation?
Would love some advice - during Covid, I transitioned to a smaller firm that had some great things to offer but has almost zero experience dealing with attorney maternity leave. They agreed to create a policy during the hiring process, and the administrator did come talk to me at some point after my hire to say they had settled on a policy and some paid leave, which is great, but they never verified in writing and the paid period was pretty short (maybe a month or 6 weeks). (Con’t in comments)
I am a Canadian. I have a wealth of experience in Education and Educational Leadership (Doctoral Level). I am looking for a position in Southern California. I would require sponsorship. Leads? Ideas? Thoughts??
Thinking of applying to M7 schools and really unsure about my chances. I am latin american, started in a LatAm office at MBB and x-fered to the US last year. I have 3 YOE and a military background. I have an engineering degree with pretty bad GPA (3.1) and a solid GMAT (730). Is M7 out of the question due to GPA? or is the MBB brand and financial sponsorship strong enough to overcome? What are your thoughts?
Officially leaving consulting for industry. Can’t thank this bowl enough for the data points - really helped in knowing what to ask for 2 years post PhD at MBB Leaving for big pharma AD role 280 TC. Existing team works ~50 hours per week :)
Anyone know the name of the interview prep company where you pay a previous employee for interview tips?
Agency Idea: The Ginger Group. Redheads only. You should see our Diversity and Inclusion page!
Interested to hear what happened with the promised comp increase in PwC DDV. Did they actually follow through this time?
If your team is working from home, do you check their Skype and ping them every now and then to make sure they are not leaving their desk? I don’t like it when people are not immediately available.
For those in b2b sales how are your orders placed most? Online, customer service or sales reps?
A non-consulting cloud engineer friend of mine is being recruited by Mckinsey digital. Does anyone here know if their work is any good for someone who is really into the tech and really not into generalist consulting? And how their digital practice compares to our tech cloud practice?
Took my first ever sick day today on account of my very poor and worsening mental health. Just could not bring myself to put in another 14 hour day with back to back meetings and constant activity. Felt very guilty but I honestly wish I could be more honest and actually share with my manager about why I took a day off. For those also going through this, any tips on how you manage yourself day to day? What self talk tends to help?
Feel like I just hit a wall recently with just an overall lack of motivation. Tbh unsure if it’s WFH related or the actual job. Anyone have any tips for getting out of this funk?
My employer announced they are hosting a company retreat in another state in September and flying us all in from around the country and internationally. I am vaccinated but I don’t feel comfortable and my role is remote. Why is this even necessary is my point of view. Anyone else have mandatory retreats this year?
Can you easily exit into tech as a consultant with mostly change management experience on cloud implementations? What would be a good role within this industry to look for? Not sure that I want to stay in change management, but want to get more experience in strategy/product management
One of the best business lessons I ever got was from the Simpsons. Bill gates destroyed homers computer and Internet business and told him "you don't get rich writing lots of checks"
Looking to gauge quality of offer: 175 base, 20% target bonus, no sign on, 40K equity that vests over 4 years. Role is Director of Corporate Strategy for Fortune 100 retail/healthcare company, I am based in Texas and working 100% remote (team is based on East coast). Third year Manager who will be promoted to SM this year. 7 YOE, no MBA.
Anyone have insight on comp and bonus like at Collaborative Solutions for principal or senior principal consultant level?
Just remember all of your friends and co-workers that were sacrificed last year for the sake of award entry fees.
For those that joined MBB/T2s during the pandemic, are any of you all enjoying this job? Does anyone feel like their firm has done enough to support and teach them?
What’s it like working at Mindshare? I’m interviewing for the UL Analytics team and was wondering what the culture is like
How do bonus% work at your firm usually? What firm and did the % increase as you moved up in seniority, or just the $ because your base increased?
Anyone have any insight into Success Manager roles at Salesforce? Trying to get a sense of comp, wlb, etc. Specifically looking at a position in the national security sector. TIA!
I do like the work..but I know I’ll be paid atleast 35K more if I leave..and not sure if the next promotion will happen sooner than 3 years..leave or stay? Don’t have much partner or leadership support but not in a bad book as well
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