Ever see anyone get fired for low utilization? This dude in my group has around a 30% utilization while everyone else has 80 - 110% (I have 110%). A little annoying bc his lack of work is causing
I'm severely depressed and tired of people telling me that it's going to be better when their own life is miserable! Stop. It's not going to be better. Don't lie.
We have a two year old and want another baby. I changed jobs six months ago and work is going really well. But - I’m the sole earner and I am worried about the impact pregnancy could have on (contd)
Does Marriott have a challenge to help requalify for Platinum faster? Already have the highest status for this year but thinking about next year as I may be traveling much less this year
Hair product/treatment recommendations? Experiencing significant hair loss/thinning/frizz/root break/greying since started working less than a year ago, and I’m in very early 20s😭
Is there any way to spend bravo awards on Delta flights? There’s no Delta gift card but curious if there’s a roundabout way
Wonder if there is a correlation between the people who want to wear leggings and flip flops to work and the people who smoke up in the morning or the people who don't shower in the morning? 🤔
Time for new year resolutions. Mine is to find another job by end of first quarter. What's yours?
I've decided there are simply 2 kinds of people...those that look behind themselves to see if they need to hold the door for someone behind them...
Currently do all my non-retirement investing through Wealthfront and I can see that their 5 year return for a portfolio with a risk score of 7/10 is only 5.45% (net of fees). Isn't that super low? The 5 year return on a fund like VTI is 10%. VOO is even higher. I know WF helps manage downside better with cash and bonds, but I can't help but feel like I'm leaving a lot of money on the table by not just buying funds through Charles Schwab or similar.
Hi all! Had a quick question - currently work for EY FSO - tech advisory in the US, and had to travel back to home country as my father was ill, due to the recent EO signed, my partner and I cannot enter the US until the end of the year :( We got our Canadian PRs processed and am currently looking for opportunities to move to EY Canada and understand there’s a hire freeze but if any teams are hiring please let me now. Love working at EY and want to grow in the firm. Greatly appreciated!
Anyone willing to share their thoughts and experiences working with Linklaters? I’ll be interviewing with the firm soon and would be so very grateful for your opinions.
So teachers are making more than engineers.. I should've become one instead of struggling in my engineering degree
Saw this girl on bumble and sent a request in LinkedIn! Immediately accepted! Should I message on LinkedIn?