How does Accenture onboarding happens?
Mine doj is tomorrow. Yet I have no access to Countdown link. After escalation regarding that issue last week they told me to wait.
Yet till now I haven't received any other communication from onboarding team.
I m bit worried now.
Just got first offer as an entry level strat, excited about place and role. Anything I should clear up/ask before signing ?
Will there be any impact on health insurance coverage for my parents if I claim HRA on their name?
I had a positive test on clearblue digital at 11 DPO and a negative at 12 DPO. The first response test at 11 DPO was only slightly darker than 12 DPO. I don’t have any bleeding / spotting whatsoever. What can this mean?
I currently have a Master of Arts in Public Administration and am trying to break out of the realm of government and law enforcement.. that being said, I have been pondering the idea of getting certified in Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and sustainable business. Would this be worth the investment or should I leave that to people with a heavy finance background? Just want to be more marketable since my main background is in law enforcement data analysis.
The waiting game when you really want something is worse than taking a child to a candy store only to tell them no. 😅 Liberty Mutual Insurance
I would like to know about coforge company for noida location. Are they lifting up wfh ? How is it in terms of salary, leaves, deductions. Coforge
Dating is exhausting. Anyone here experiencing this? I am just looking for a 'good', humble, self sufficient, God fearing man... is that too much to ask?...
I would love to start teaching and learning outside the classroom walls. I would like to start working with middle school U.S. SS classes in other parts of the US. I'm in NJ, let me know if interested
Are jeans business casual? Dark and no holes
I don’t really know who to talk to, so why not some strangers on the internet :) I saw some text messages on my husband’s phone.. mild flirting on one, some pretty explicit flirting in another (with his ex-wife no less 🙄). I can’t even wrap my brain around it and he swears it never went past flirting. I’d be an idiot to believe him right? Is there any coming back from this?
Happy to connect on LinkedIn to others. I am a Digital Accessibility Manager at PwC 👍
Folks please advise : Interview coming up for deloitte business technology analyst. What general idea for business should I keep in mind while solving case interview.
Partners, what are the biggest & most underrated trends you've seen in the consulting industry? Maybe some that have happened over the past decade, others happening now. Cont'd.
Any jobs for mechanical engineer ready to join immediately with 3 years of experience as explosive safety engineer
Looking for a good way to end my Roman Empire unit. Anyone here have any favorite Roman Empire assessments or projects?
FYI- We are hiring a Media Buyer (TV/Radio experience required) and a Copywriter! Remote/WFH with no plans in the near future to return to office.
Is Ascot a good carrier to work for?
Additional Posts in Small Law / Solos
ZolaSuite? Anyone familiar and can provide some feedback - it would be greatly appreciated. Still can’t decide on Clio or PracticePanther, and now just came across ZolaSuite and got intrigued, doing some research and it shows comparable and more.
Curious where people got their initial funding when starting a small practice. Did you just bootstrap it, or get a loan? If you got a business loan, any tips or suggestions?
Any tips on representing a distressed company in a potential small exit? Not sure what we need to have in place.
I recently left a firm and considering starting my own practice. Any advice on avoiding any issues with my old firm if any clients decide to hire me as their attorney? I have not contacted any former clients or solicited their business. Thank you!
Plaintiff side question - comp is base plus % of fees. Firm has non equity split % with associate working on case. This normal for a non equity partner? Normal associate comp is full % when working with an equity partner.
I was offered a partnership at a small firm I used to work at before my current also small firm. We had come to terms and I expected to inform my current firm. To my surprise, my current firm made me a significant offer to stay. Not a partnership, but making more money and better benefits. I’m torn because the other firm is under the impression I’m coming in as a partner. But I can’t turn away from the significant offer I have from my current firm, where I enjoy working. Any advice/thoughts?
I need some words of wisdom from this esteemed bowl. I have been an associate for almost 2 years in civil litigation with my bread and butter being family and marital law. I have the drive and desire to operate a solo practice with an emphasis on family law as that is my most comfortable area. I've been loved by all my clients and believe I have the charisma to attract new ones. It's not a matter of if I'll go solo but when. Any advice and/or potential pitfalls of going solo so soon?
Putting in notice today at a very small firm that the owner wished for me to take over one day. It’s time, and it’s complicated, but according to former associates he’s acted completely unreasonable in response to associates leaving. Wish me luck.
Anyone do subscription based pricing? I’ve been seeing this a lot lately, curious if it works?
Do small firms/boutiques really have better hours than Big Law? A recruiter told me I should still expect to bill 2000 hrs at a boutique, but if that’s the case, why take the pay cut?
How do you keep track of your time when you go solo? Making the transition soon and I'm wondering if I should invest in any specific software.
Is there a general standard of rule of thumb for associate comp outside of biglaw’s fixed scale? E.g., x% of expected billings, or y% of a contingency fee goes to associate bonuses? How do things work at your small-law firm?
Hey solos! Do any of you draft prenups? If so, do you charge a flat fee or retainer? What is your hourly rate?
Considering exiting small practice for a compliance job. My small practice has about 30-40 active cases of a general practice nature and there is only one other attorney here. I am a 5th year. Any recommendations on how I should approach transitioning in a way that does right by the owner and by my clients?
I have a college student wanting to intern at my new solo firm this summer. I totally can’t afford to pay her, but I also don’t plan on making her “work” but instead will teach her and add value through her internship experience. Is this permissible? Do I need to be cautious for any reason?
Do you think going solo or joining a small firm is more sustainable long-term for WLB than Big Law?
For those that have their own firms, do you mind sharing your overall profit for the last couple of years/practice area? I’m trying to decide if I should open up my own shop. Anyone regret starting their own business? Any and all advice greatly appreciated.
Does anyone have an email template they like when making "cold call" introductions to other professionals/potential referral sources? I'm a transactional attorney who needs to build a referral network with CPAs, financial planners, etc., and invite them to come to me with questions or send their referrals on over! Bonus points if you have more than one or one which is more easily customizable.
Anyone utilize an subscription based “outside general counsel?” If so, what is your experience and provide any advice you’d like to share.
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