Does anyone know (best guess) the the salary bands for usdc Advisory via promotion (not coming in as exp hire)?
Hi Fishes, I joined Accenture on Sept'2021 as a Azure DevOps Engineer. I have fixed pay of 10.7 LPA + Variables(21%) = Around 13LPA. Job level is - 11 YOE - 2.1 years when joined Accenture (sept-2021) Just wanted to check with you fishes am I underpaid for my current role? What's the maximum package that Accenture is giving for Level 11 person? And whats the promotion scenario for SSE role? THANKS in advance.Accenture
Raise of hands: Would you travel (by ✈️ ) to Vegas for a friend’s bachelorette weekend in early May? She works in healthcare and hasn’t mentioned one peep about the COVID-19 scare to her 8 bridesmaids.
Anyone over here who have lost their mothers at an early age due to suicide or any other reason? My spouse is a competent educated well earning man and I think he'll be able to raise my 2 kids. My life is not what I had imagined and I don't have the strength to fight because I don't even know what I want. I feel it'll be better if I'm not around for my parents, for my spouse, it's just my kids that I think of that quasi stops me. But I feel even they'll be better off with someone else. Numb.
My firm has hired at least 10 lateral partners this year, and has been quite lean on senior associate promotion. Are we desperately looking for portable business? I’d be livid if I were a senior.
Just wondering - Do coaches have to pay from their pockets for promoting their coachee? My coach sounds soo negative irrespective of my Manager supporting the promotion decision. Despite my milestone year , good scatterplot and utilisation my coach is still saying at 3.5 years it's difficult to get promotion from analyst to Consultant. I fail to understand the logic behind it where Deloitte is recruiting folks with 3+ YOE as consultant.
I'm having a tough time staying motivated at work since getting a 2% raise. My manager says that even though I had a great year I'm at the top of my pay band so I should be grateful, but I'm having a hard time seeing the bright side with prices skyrocketing in the GTA. I'm not here to complain but instead genuinely looking for tips on how to stay motivated and keep grinding as much as I did in the past year when I have a feeling I'll get 2% again next year regardless of my work ethic
So disappointed today. was denied a promotion because I am just 2 years at current level; even though have 10 years of total experience. Worked a lot last year and made extreme personal sacrifices.
For a top Producer of 3 years, is it appropriate to now ask for a raise in my base pay? Base was 42,500 when I started, but now inflation + 2 children later the base pay barely gets me by. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!
How much does associate (after promotion from 2yrs analyst) make a year? What department and bank?
What are promotional raises looking like for your firm from associate to senior associate? Apparently GT is only doing a 7% raise (per multiple folks in the GT bowl). In the past, most folks have received at least 15% up to 25% if you exceeded expectations, from what I’ve seen. If other firms are higher, I might consider jumping boats because 7%, even mid pandemic is a slap in the face. Especially for someone who exceeded expectations.
Just finished my compensation meeting at work, got my promo and a really nice raise that pushed me into the six figure club. If you had asked me 5 years ago if I'd ever be making this much money or be having this much success I would have laughed. My wife is super happy for me and has been a big support but I'm secretly starting to resent the fact I settled for her. If I had known I could do this well in life I would have waited and done so much better than her 😕
For how long should I be at entry level salary? I've been at the company for 3 years with no promotion.
Is anyone else upset by how much we lose from our paychecks to taxes?? I calculated it out and it’s like 20% of mine. Why give people stimulus checks when you could just have everyone pay less in taxes.
The difference between what you thought your raise was going to be and what it actually was
Raise your hand if you've almost spilled coffee on yourself while purposely ignoring a beautiful girl in the hallway only so that she thinks that you have shit goin on in your life
Hey fishes, A dilemma regarding charging onetime flight ticket expense in DTE under Hybrid commuting allowance: My Indigo invoice (with GST no.) shows 7k, but I actually had to pay 6k for it (After MMT discount, have receipt of this. Not a GST bill tho). Which amount should I charge? If they dont want bank statement then I can charge 7k, but if they raise any issue I'll land in trouble.
I know someone talked about it earlier but I’m going to be a mid year promoted S1 making almost 96k a year. Then comes May I’ll be promoted to S2 making I would assume 105k. All the roles I have been offered in industry are offering only a max of 110k that I’ve seen. I only have 2 YOE starting in January. Am I being money hungry or should I expect more? I know people always said when you leave public as a senior to look for a jump of 20-30% in salary. I am in a HCOL btw PwC EY KPMG Deloitte
How common is it to accept a new job (internally at current employer) and to not receive a raise or promotion/title change until you “prove that you can do the job”? Personally I feel like I’m already doing the job and picked it up much quicker than if they hired externally, and probably would had to pay that external candidate more.
Tell me you're a female employee at your company without telling me you're a female employee at your company
Getting this off my chest!
Post without company
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What's the longest period of time you have had to wait to get credentialed before starting a new position?
“39% of our new hires and 11% of our senior leaders are women.”@Mckinsey http://www.wsj.com/articles/for-a-company-to-achieve-gender-diversity-the-ceo-cant-do-it-alone-1443600381
What would it take for you to make the jump to industry? A certain number, more work-life balance or a big title?
Note of caution. Monday morning travel doesn't mix well with a client site team who are all morning people. I'm on my third cup of coffee and I still can't catch up with these people.
So, my best friend is giving me so much shade for "being in business (so many unethical people) and "how I get to travel every week while she barely affords grad school" - what can I do?
Newly promoted managers: what do you expect to learn at new manager training & did it meet expectations? Asking bc our training catered too much to soft skills for non-advisory ppl (sorry tax/audit)
When you go to the office to increase productivity but the client's Remote access doesn't work because IT says "connection is too secure" WFH the rest of the project
Just got promoted to Consultant after 2+ years, 9% base salary adjustment + 1.5% bonus. Does that sound right?
On cue with bonus release, ACN CEO addresses pay gap between 👨 and 👩. http://www.businessinsider.com/accenture-ceo-advocates-for-equal-pay-2015-11
I don't understand the level of bitching on this app. Do you guys really work that much? I haven't done shit all weekend for the second year. Am I just lucky? I feel people just create work...
ACN folks how do I go about changing from an AMX to a Chase card for travel expenses? What is the process?
Uberx is the economy class of car service
Coming home to your cyber Monday purchases and wine of the month, and grubhub is 5 min away 😍😍😍😍
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