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Did this thread go dead? 😂

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What matters more to you? Promotion or gaining experience from the project you are on?


Has the virus deterred you from going out (eating at restaurants, bars, hangout spots with friends, etc)?


Put kids in day-care now and they’ll put you in an old-age home later. We’re increasingly becoming averse to a family-cantered life. True?


Have the tech layoffs started yet? Are people starting to get worried?


Accenture leaders, what sort of results and behaviors do you expect to see from a Consultant pushing for Sr. Consultant, and Sr. Consultant pushing to Manager? Thanks!


I just went from thinking I had a 10 million dollar idea to realizing it was illegal in about 5 minutes


What is your age, how you define success in your life, and have you succeeded yet?


There is only one company I wish didn't exist: American Airlines


Are any consulting firms Not requiring vaccine? I’m not getting it because of health concerns.


During my PTO, my SM called me and asked me to start plugging myself in and he mentioned that I don't want to be left behind. He asked me to set up a call during my PTO to "catch up" with the rest of the team. I cannot wait to get out of this company as this is kinda touching my bottom line.


Is Slalom a more “mature” work culture - less hierarchy, more people with families and hobbies locally outside of work? Any less political (like being in the “in” crowd) than Accenture?


Biggest reason(s) you believe projects fail? Been in consulting for 5 yrs now and maybe my view will change later on but so far it’s been the lack of communication between levels. Leadership on our


From what I can see so far, taking a full time offer from a client you've worked for seems analogous to crossing into heaven.


Trump admitted to taking advantage of people and not paying taxes. Hope you all were paying attention


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