Anyone worried about layoffs? I saw a post about Deloitte laying off 5000 employees ... I know EY saying no lay off this year but what about other firms?
For those in senior positions- how are you not constantly worried about the success of your work? There’s so many things that can affect P&L that are out of your control, how do you stay calm and not feel like you’re going to get fired as soon as growth slows?
Accenture Strategy layoffs? .....👀
I got laid off today and need a new job asap. Would love to connect with anyone looking for a junior writer.
Risk of getting fired as a new experienced hire in HC with solid 3 ratings and tons of impactful PRD, but on the bench for too long?
If I don't get fired before the Xmas party I'm safe right? Like they won't fire me after the Xmas party unless I do something else. I figure they would've fired me b4 the party if they were going to
If the big4 has an up or out model, do a lot of senior managers get laid off? Not everyone can be a partner/principle. How long can someone be a partner/principle for?
I’ve been laid off and, as I embark on my job search, I’d like to keep my marketing skills sharp. Any recommendations on must read books, or resources?
If you're laid off, do they ask you to resign? If so, can you refuse and ask them to fire you instead?
Working from home since march 2020, got promoted December, department had a major reorg couple of months back, responsibilities increased, work increased, hours increased. I just don't feel sleepy anymore, brain is always fired up with work, writing emails in my head in the bedroom post lights out. Anyone else with me?
I feel for all of those being laid off. Truly best of luck finding something. One thing I realized as a millennial in consulting is job security is non existent.
Made it a year without getting fired, and my reward is google stock vest. What's the best restaurant you've visited in LA in the last year?
Despite the rosy rhetoric from Corporate America, the truth remains: last hired/first fired. https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5f5fa3c0c5b68d1b09c5eabc
Just got told by managers that my performance hasn't met their expectations. High performer last year. Am I getting fired?
I have constant anxiety over being laid off or fired. To the point that I’m starting to feel paranoid, reading into everything around me. I need some tips on how to deal with this as it’s crushing me.
Got laid off my full time AD job & trying to pick up freelance but I’m very new to this... Any advice for calculating hourly rates?? What’s an average range? (For reference: was making ~$75k in NYC)
When your previous mid-sized agency posts a blackout picture and message renouncing racism... but while you worked there they spontaneously fired the ONLY Black person employed there due to sudden “performance issues”. The bandwagon is packed to full capacity today. 💅
I was laid off in April when there was just email and phones. Cut to five months later and I’m working again. Yay. But suddenly it’s all Zoom, Slack, Teams, Slides, Sheets. Email is dead. And phones are only for Zoom, Slack, Teams, Slides and Sheets. It feels like I woke up from a coma in a shitty version of the future and everyone else is fine with it. How did anyone adjust to this?
What are some of the M&A Strategy & Operations Exit ops? Currently focusing mostly on post merger integration and premerger planning as well as synergy assessment. I-banking possible without MBA?
It looks like the initial WFH productivity was actually driven by fear of losing one’s job, not necessarily because WFH is better. https://www.wsj.com/articles/companies-start-to-think-remote-work-isnt-so-great-after-all-11595603397
Attorney requires a business reason to file my h1b extension in premium. If not, they are charging 1225$ to me. Any tips for saving this money?
How much do you value pay vs. experience? Been with the firm for a few years now and severely underpaid, but working on interesting projects and good people. Can probably get a 50% raise if I jump.
I should stop day drinking, 2020 broke me. Between this project, Covid and trying to adult and date.
Hello everybody. I am a copywriter with 3 years xp filling in as GCD, AD (I’ve been resizing, storyboarding, picking assets), & client relations manager. At a major agency for major clients. Hold me.
Booz Allen: sorry for the repost but I need to add details. 4 years consulting experience, MBA, doing general management consulting. Need info so I can negotiate my salary increase.
Please DM me if you are looking on selling Marriott points. I am short on points for a vacation
Coronavirus is still lurking behind the scenes. News reports are so vague. They Don't even break it down by state?
What mid-career compensation (at age 45 or so) can I conservatively expect if I pursue Corporate Strategy, and exit at the Manager/PL/EM level? Currently at 31 years of age
what do people think the impact of COVID will be on job security in the consulting industry?
Are holidays (unlike vacation days) excluded from the denominator of the utilization formula?
Anyone have insight to how much a senior manager Coinbase, Inc. makes? And what the benefits are like?
Any insight folks can share around hiring/interview process for LinkedIn Biz Ops Senior Associate roles?
What was that trainwreck last night?!?!? I know we're not supposed to talk about politics, but my comment is bipartisan. Our gov is a mess and our leaders unbecoming! What will our students learn from this? What can we do to make it a teachable lesson?
My professional life at the moment is far from ideal. I’ve been on quarantine (long story, but a good one) for the last seven years. Royalties from my books don’t pay the bills. My entrepreneurial pursuits remain hampered. For the interim, I’ve been looking for a remote opportunity where I can leverage my skills in marketing, sales, social media, and elsewhere for a decent sum. I have a social media presence which, in recent years, reached millions. There has to be something exciting I can do.
Working as an audit staff in big 4 shared service centre. It's been 2 years. I really don't like what I do there, also it seems I won't like what I'll be doing there even after becoming senior. Thinking of leaving and joining industry once ACCA qualified. (One more paper left). But people around me discourage that growth potential and earnings in industry are way less compared to public accounting. I know that too but I still want to leave. I'd like to stick to core accounting. Thoughts pls
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