How’s EY culture as a firm? The people that I have met are pretty chilled but not sure if that’s representative of the overall firm. Also I keep hearing about the failure of the 2020 vision...
Anyone in the federal tech consulting space heard of a company called ECS? If so, what have you heard about company culture and employee sentiment?
Anyone familiar with staff levels and work culture at Fannie Mae? Curious on how the pay compares to consulting
Is it ok that your date is picking on you because of your accent, your unfamiliarity with some sports culture, etc.? I’m a non US citizen. Things like “your English is not standardized enough”
I’m considering leaving GT because I don’t like the recent changes and culture anymore. I don’t have my CPA license yet. How would this affect my opportunities with other firms?
As a minority how do you fit into the bro culture when almost all SMs and PPEDs are white men? (FSO IT Advisory)
Does anyone know how The KPMG Philly office would be for a Tax Senior? What are the hours (in/out) of busy season, office culture, and anything else you want to add.
If you haven’t already browsed this thread, I encourage it. We are responsible for creating a culture and there are helpful things to read here.
I don’t know who needs to hear this but - you are not your job - that emergency brief is never a life or death situation - eff the toxic working late night culture - the boys club isn’t nearly as fun as they seem to think they are - not all amazing creatives make good managers or leaders ✨Sorry, just needed to get a lot off my chest as I quit my toxic gig ✨
At the point of quitting w/o a backup. Culture = horrendous. Turnover = astronomical. Workload = unrealistic. Physical/mental health = all time low. Need a push. Someone please say DO IT!
I’m being recruited by EY for a data protection role. Can any of you 🐠 speak to the culture, growth potential and overall opportunities? Valuable feedback is greatly appreciated!
How do we improve status meeting culture? I am seriously sapped of energy and capability when more than 1/2 of my day is status meetings. It is the status quo. No one likes it but no one does anything
I worked for a Partner and he rolled me off of his project. Saying that I suck. Saw him again while presenting a kick-ass strategy during a conference last week.
I contributed $5500 to my Roth IRA when I thought I would be under the $122k income limit but now I’m switching firm and am projected to net $125,150 this year. Do I need to take some money out of my.
I’m a 2nd year Consultant currently with a Big 4 firm. I have been working on my masters (MS, non-MBA) part-time and I will complete it May 2021. If I want to apply to MBB after obtaining my MS, do I have a chance applying as an Associate? Or should I apply as an Analyst?
I used to think I'll drive Audi when I get a job and make good money back when in school. Now 2 years into workforce still driving the same old Nissan Versa. Responsibilities really smacks you hard 😵
Anyone have experience flying in and out of NYC these days? In particular, to and from one of the quarantine states? I likely need to travel every week to a client, and not sure how to resolve this
Any tools you use to draw architecture diagrams digitally ? Given the remote work, I wanted to get back to whiteboarding digitally to facilitate discussions. It’s cumbersome to use the mouse for drawings.
Now that employees are going to WFH for a long time, what are your firms doing to help setup home office. Can you buy chair, desk, monitor or anything ergonomic to help employees
Social Media Analyst Toronto - where do you work? what's the salary range and what does the day to day job entail? Thinking about making the leap.
Anyone have a Smile Direct Club referral code I can use? Finally time to give into teeth whitening...
If I’m applying to an agency and all of my work is digital, do you think a tangible old-fashioned portfolio is still necessary? Seems like they are dying off but I don’t want to seem unprepared.
I keep getting reached out to by small boutique firms. I am currently in a t2/t3 firm. Would jumping to these small firms hurt or help me moving to t1/t2?
If I can afford it, should I be maxing out my contributions to my Roth and 401k? So 5500 to Roth each year and 18,000 (18.5k for 2018) to 401?
Are financial planners worth it? I am interested in getting a financial planner because I feel as if I am trying to accomplish too many goals (save money, pay down debt, invest) and am doing it in an efficient/smart way. I was thinking about going with Facet Wealth Management to help me come up with a focused plan but am worried I may just be adding another unnecessary expense. Any advice is welcomed!