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IBM - 17 lpa
Capgemini - 23 lpa
Tech - Oracle apps/fusion technical Yoe - 10 years.
I heard, there are projects shortage @IBM in Oracle Apps currently. (As my colleagues are on the bench for 2+ months in IBM after joining)
Please suggest IBM Capgemini Accenture Tata Consultancy
Has anyone purchased of the HRCIs untimed or timed exams for the PHR or SPHR? Did you find the practice exam helpful and the questions similar to what you saw on the test?
Is a MBA worth it? 17 years into my career.
What is the 5% Jan hike in PwC AC?
Is it for all or adhoc or part of any cycle/performance based?
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Could anyone experienced in Data Science review my LinkedIn profile?
Please comment and I will message my LinkedIn Profile to you.
Any input is appreciated .
What’s the best way to determine whether or not any of the Deal/FDD service lines are offered in specific big 4 office location? Trying to search in the Portland market if anyone has any insight.
How’s NY Life at Anomaly as a creative?
I’m very interested in trying to find my way in to government relations work. There aren’t really any options for this where I currently live, and I am about three hours from my State’s capital city. I’m also settling in with a fiancé and new house so I’m not looking to relocate. Would it be worth reaching out to govt relations firms and offering myself as a remote employee? Or maybe remote a couple days a week? Or am I not really in the position to ask without any intention of relocating?
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I am joining Deloitte soon, before putting down my notice with my current employer the background investigation team informed me that except the current employer all elements are completed and finalized. The Current employer verification will be done before the week of the start date. Is it ok to put down the notice now or will there be any additional investigation that needs to be completed that might impact the start date.
Will be starting to manage clients more directly in my firm. The firm itself used a very outdated project management software, so I wanted to find something I could use on my own on the side. Any recommendations?
Hi all, any openings for manual/functional testing at Finastra Trivandrum?
Please help. Thanks in advance 😊😊Finastra
Look who came to give me all the love and support she can after my Reg exam Thank you Ms. Harper!
What age did you move out of your parents house? I am 26 and live with my parents. Honestly, I don't have any desire to move out of my parents house.
What’s the Droga5 way of doing strategy?
"Very senior role" and higher pay at Santander Bank vs. progressing at Amex to director level in 1-2 years? In Risk & tech space/DS
Hi all, Just joined the bowl and looking to connect. 30M/Boston, Ma but your location doesn't matter.
*Input on Salary* I have two opportunities in hand.
1) EY GDS - Assurance Senior
2) BDO Rise - Assurance Senior
I am an ACCA affiliate with 2+ years of experience in Assurance. What can I expect in terms of compensation?
Thank you in advance.
BDO BDO RISE Private Limited EY
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Wanting to start therapy for social anxiety/depression but no idea where to start. Those that see a therapist, how often do you usually go? Ball park price range? Has anyone tried online therapists?
Anyone else feel like they don't fit in? I joined a couple months ago and there is no one I feel comfortable talking to. It seems like everyone talks shit about everyone else and acts so fake
I recently started investing time in my hobbies and I feel like that’s a free therapy. If someone is feeling too anxious or depressed, I would recommend them to try painting, writing or swimming.
My partner tells me to share my anxieties. I do share some, but I tell him I cannot possibly share all. There are many, and I don’t want to subject him to the inner turmoil I suffer daily.
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We need to talk about the amount people struggling with alcoholism at all levels in this profession.
I’m suffering from some extreme burnout and things have finally started to slow down. But my body still feels stressed and anxious. I’m considering going on an antidepressant because I can‘t (cont)
How are you dealing with being severely understaffed? I have no associates or seniors and just have been stuck playing all rolls. I feel broken and defeated and just have nothing left to give.
I'm a recovering alcoholic. Turns out my alcoholism was covering up a mood disorder and PTSD for about 12 years... In this industry people think I'm crazy/dramatic when I ask for what I need... Cont
I’m an A3. Was tier 2 as first year and tier 1 as second year. I know there’s really no big difference in pay between the tiers but I still can’t stop worrying that I won’t be tier 1 this year 😔
Been seeing a therapist for 4 months and finally scheduled an appt with a psychiatrist to get on antidepressants. Hope that I find a good combo that works quickly and I can actually start living life
I have so much energy and I know it’s annoying my team and I just sit there and cringe at how much of a spaz I am. Advice? odd I know...
Are we our own worst critics? Despite getting glowing reviews from above, I can’t help but feel like I don’t do enough or quick enough or efficiently enough. This causes anxiety and stress for me.
How do you know when it’s time to get help? I’ve never seen a mental health professional but I just don’t feel like myself lately, a lot of which I think is attributed to quarantine.
Depression is hitting me hard today. My head feels heavy and foggy. All I want to do is sleep, thinking of asking for a sick day since we’re not too busy..what should I do?
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I try to give myself time to feel my feelings, like really feel them. Bottling your feelings up is almost never helpful. The important part is to set a time boundary — maybe you give yourself the weekend, or a week, or whatever you decide. I’ve seen friends dwell on breakups for six months or a year. Each time, they look back and can’t believe they spent so much of their time and energy worrying about someone who was probably already moving on. You’ve got a lot more life to live, so feel your feelings and take your time, but know that things get better.
If at all possible, take some time off! This is a grieving process.
Talking to a therapist is REALLY helpful
I broke up with my fiancé last year. It sucked real bad, but I had really good relationships with the SR. Manager / PPMDs and was up front about.
Try to exercise, get good sleep and eat healthy.
Most importantly keep your head up!
Mine wasn’t a break up but we were on the brink of it after almost 9 years. This happened back in March (and the previous March around the same exact time I was having family issues; life really doesn’t care about busy season lol).
I agree 100% with GT 1; you need to take some time for yourself to process your feelings. I hope you work in an environment where your leaders would be supportive of you and understand that you’re not able to be your best self at work for now which doesn’t bode well for anyone.
Try to give yourself a week if you can. Hopefully that’s enough time to realize that life will be just fine, and you will be just fine as you continue to move on.
I’ve always tried to stay busy until the sadness passes so I’m less tempted to call/text/think on it too much. I typically hit gym classes, art/pottery classes, community events. That with work made me too tired to dwell on the past and has always been a good way to meet new people/ have new experiences.
The truthful answer is the audit answer- it depends. But seriously, I think it varies based on you and what you need. A vacation, more work to take your mind off of it, physical exercise… Whatever helps you.
When it was me, when I first got the “we should talk” I went to the gym almost immediately and worked out until like 3am because I couldn’t sleep but was full of angry energy I needed to burn. After we talked, we broke up, I didn’t have any drive the following day. So I called in and told my manager I wasn’t coming in until Monday (it was Friday) because this was effecting me more than I thought it would and I needed to work things out over the weekend before I returned. That weekend I mostly cried all weekend. Spent some time with close friends.
Like any mental/emotional concern, I also recommend talking to people. Therapy, mentors, close friends.. that’s what I did in the coming weeks. I had already started therapy for other concerns with work and family. So I pushed into that.
For me, and this might be the least applicable to your situation/others: therapy and mentor ship led me to the conclusion that I needed change. I came to the conclusion that I couldn’t handle everything going on in my life at the time. Three main things were tearing me apart from the inside: family issues, the breakup, and work. I couldn’t fix two of those things, so I started updating my resume, talking to a recruiter, and found a new job. That’s what worked for me. But had it not been two other things out of my control I don’t think I would have left my job. You have to take control over what you have control over and do what’s right for you.
Sorry that was long, hope this is helpful to anyone who took the time to read it!