For an interview for a non-tech role at a tech company, what do you typically do/say that helps you stand out against your peers?
I am a full stack developer having 8+ years of experience right now.
But I am thinking of switching my roles to any techno-functional roles like BA or any techno-functional consultant,as I dun want bear any stress in coding.. basically I have lost interest in it.
Can anyone let me know...which role I can switch if I have coding experience.
Is Consultant domain/job provides better future or salary....
Hi fishes i gave an infosys interview on 12 Nov 2022 for the role system engineer with 1.7 YOE and interview was easy answered confidetly. My CCTC: 8 LPA and ECTC : 10 LPA( INFOSYS) will Infosys pay ECTC for my 1.7 YOE.
Waiting for your replies sharks please respond.
What kind of laptop EPAM Systems provides for senior software engineer A3 role?
Will they give MacBook?
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Anyone else faced the issue like you worked to hard to clear the interviews and now doing substandard easy tasks in the actual job.
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Have offers for AMEX and VISA at a Senior Manager Strategy role. Both offers are almost identical in base and annual bonus.
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Today gave 2 rounds of technical interview for Deloitte India.Both of them went pretty well.
When can I expect the HR discussion or should I send any follow up mails to get a confirmation on the selection or should I wait to hear back from their end.
Can someone give me high level description of the quant portion of your case @BCG to give me a sense of what to expect in interviews
What is the best way to position myself when trying to make a switch from litigation to transactional?
Anyone here an HRBP for Canada? I have applied for a Canada hrbp role in an American company so the expectation is to know everything canada so hr regulations, laws, practices - any suggestions on what I can use to prepare and be up to date? Thakk you
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Why are average salaries in UK and EU looks much less compared to US for similar role, even with higher tax rates? Is it factoring in benefits such as free healthcare, education etc? Or is it just a matter of demand/supply?
I was just offered an RN II position at Stanford Hospital’s B3 unit for $84/hour. Are there any RNs out there who can tell me what it’s like working on the unit and if it’s worth leaving my job for? I love my current job, my schedule and the people. I have no problems with it except that it’s 1.5 hours away from my family and it pays $25/hour less than Stanford.
Also, do you think it’s too late to ask if I can visit the unit before I make my decision? Thanks in advance.
Does anyone know what the interview process is like at hedge funds like two sigma? Is it just initial interview, case study, second interview, and then offer? Also, do you know what I can expect during second interviews or how harshly I'll be graded on the case study?
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Anyone willing to refer me to a Marketing Operations role or Sales Operations position within a tech company?
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Hi! I’m looking to jump the ship from retail mgmt (4+ years of leadership experience) and have been informally offered a client services position at CBRE. Retail bonuses help keep me between 65k-68k, currently. The offer for the CS position was 65k, not guaranteeing bonus. Does this sound like the going rate? Any insight is appreciated. CBRE
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Is senior manager level in an investment bank(RBC ) lower than manager level in big 4? If yes , which title will be same to manager level in a big 4?
What are some strategies for closing offers when a candidate has multiples offers? What are you selling them on aside from company benefits/perks?
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Not sure if anyone else is going through this, but I'm feeling a little burned out. I don't know what it is, but I'm thinking it's time to do something new creatively.
Books on human psychology that have affected you. I'll start: influence, sales Bible, on killing.
That one McKinsey guy who kept a rating log spreadsheet of his hundreds of hookups lives rent free in my mind 🤔
I can't do this anymore.. is it okay to recognize defeat and give my 2 weeks notice? I've been in current firm for only 6 months now.
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Are director roles at the big banks intense?
M at big4 strat and ops thinking of making a move.
Also any insight into salary ranges for Directors?
I have a speech impediment and can't do presentations very well; my employees think this counts as preferential treatment. I would LOVE to be rid of this but it's an actual disability and I don't think anyone really understands that
Everything used to pay $350k on target earnings. Tech is booming but I am noticing pay has dropped substantially despite inflation. I am seeing $300k ote and most roles are set up to not hit plan. Does anyone have insight here? It sends a clear message. Just thinking experienced sellers are going to leave or pivot because they follow the money and they are going to get less experienced sellers.
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