Does anyone work at prism health north texas? Or have any information on their case manager salary
Hello need one urgent help regarding form9 do we have to update if we have any onsite experience in that form as I can see there is a field for that?
There's been lots on this recently - etheruem. Can someone point me in the direction of solid info on it, I know the Super high level but want to work out if I've missed the boat on this one!
I am an instructional Designer with 5 YOE. I have two offers with me. One offer from TIAA,Pune and other from Infosys. Both the companies are offering same salaries. Please give your opinion and help me choose best of two.
Thanks in advance.
I'm holding offers from KPMG GLOBAL and TECH MAHINDRA for SAP Senior functional consultant role.
There is not much difference in offer amount.
Kindly let me know your reviews about KPMG GLOBAL
Mainly for WLB and Job security
It would be helpful if you let me know what kind of projects KPMG have and how's project manager or Delivery manager?
Thinking about buying a single family home for ~600k in the next year or so OR pushing it out an additional year to get a multi family for ~1m. Thoughts?
Current HHI ~175k, $40k student loan debt ($200 monthly) no other debts (credit card/car etc)
Project HHI for option two ~210k.
Let’s assume I can save 75k for DP for option 1 and 150k for option 2.
Day 2 and my mood
Is being a realtor a maternity friendly job? I’ve been in residential sales for a year and I’m thinking of starting a family now. How did you manage to run your business and start a family at the same time? How long was your mat-leave for? Is being part of a team better than solo at this stage? Any advice would be appreciated ladies
Fishes, Please confirm if Cognizant is still retaining resources by giving counter Offer? What is maximum hike they give? Cognizant
Agile project delivery - Fact or Fiction?
The places I’ve worked at, as much as they say they delivery projects via agile, rarely achieve this (mostly waterfall with a small sprinkling of agile words thrown in for good measure).
Google / Facebook (Meta) / Amazon / Tesla / Apple / anyone else - please tell me that agile project delivery exists (and how have you made this possible in your company?)
I know nothing about this area of law but want to help a friend. Recs for an attorney in DMV area? Here's the situation - need someone to advise a Maryland resident whose roof collapsed in the storm a couple of weeks ago,and his leasing office is not letting him out of the lease. He is still living there, and they still haven't repaired the roof. If more comfortable DMing that works too.
Anyone else find it strange that Slack and Company has advised their employees that they are shutting the agency down on Friday, yet they still have available positions showing up online.
In how much time Capgemini releases the offer letter ?
HR Discussion happenned 2 days ago!
In tcs my joining date is passed still not received onboarding link.
Is it normal there because been 4 days delay still they are not giving any update.
It’s kinda hectic to call every time to recruiter and get back with the same answer like work in process.
Should I even expect the joining date?
Let me know if anyone faced that kind of situation before. Tata Consultancy even onboarding manger is not giving Reply’s to my. Mails
What are you cooking? For meeeeee....
I want to learn sap abap..can anyone suggest me the best trainer as per your experience.
Thanks in advance!
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Here’s an entirely unrelated to work question, but one that’s entirely “rooted” in vanity. Has anyone had any experience with Bosley or other hair restoration procedures? If so, what was your experience?
What are some of the most influential factors which helped shape your career and led to a successful rise up to PPMD level ?
Anyone else feel more disconnected from the younger people after mid 40s? I understood their plight, knew the lingo, knew what kind of in-person gatherings would be fun, etc. All of a sudden I feel like I have no idea how to connect. I want them to get off my lawn and I’ve never felt that way before. Just looking for an ear.
Im a fourth year partner. The clients are good, workload is manageable, have a great team and a great boss. But I'm just not motivated to go and kill it anymore. It just feels more of the same thing. Also, I keep having a feeling that I could be doing a lot more if I were in a startup or in a different corporate role. The only reason that stops me from doing any of this is that money here is good and I worked really hard to get here. Any advice?
For partners, can you offer me some benchmarks out there for % base vs bonus and total cash comp on upper end?
Any partners transfer from Big4 or Accenture to MBB and live to tell the tale? Did you like the change? Did you fit with the culture?
Considering an MD position at Accenture and need to give comp expectation, its on Strategy side. Of course its based on my own need and desire, but like to hear from (ex)MDs at Accenture if 400k sounds like a reasonable ask for base. And can anyone help me understand the difference between L4 and L3? For reference, I am a Senior Principal with almost 2 years executive industry experience post consulting. Thanks for any insights!
FYI, all: McKinsey works for oil companies. I know no other firms ever would do such a thing, so wanted to get it off my chest. Thanks for listening.
Any folks have interesting alternate investments that do well and you would care to share? (e.g. franchises, non-financial market investments)
Are you folks able to keep up with reading books (any genre)? If yes, how long on average does it take you to complete one?
Any suggestions on how to get an adjunct teaching role at a university. Don't need money or prestige. I enjoy teaching and gives me something to do when I retire in ~10 yrs. Many colleagues who do this are big alumni donors. My Alma mater is too far away to be practical option. I'm an expert in a very in demand field - get quoted in articles all the time but have not been able to connect with anyone in academia.
So here's a random one. I'm considering the Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 (not the larger Fold). Anybody already make that leap? If so, what do you think so far? I'm nervous about the battery life, which is reported to be quite limited.
What is the Partner culture at McKinsey like right now? I am considering making a lateral move.
I'm an Accenture Managing Director considering a move to Deloitte. I've got 15 - 20 yrs possibly left in my career. Any thoughts on Managing Director vs Principal?
If you had financial sponsorship from the firm and acceptance into 2 of the top 5 schools would you do an emba (FYI there would be no relief on sales targets / practice p&ls or Billability )?
Anyone have a child in Avenues NYC? Thoughts? Worried about English Literacy given they split time with second language immersion. My child is already fluent in Spanish so that is less of a gain.
I’m interested to hear from anyone who has stepped away from being a Partner. I am finding that I simply cannot balance work and personal life and be a good “partner” in both aspects. We’re you able to find a new career which enabled you to fulfil your ambitions whilst being a good husband/wife/parent?
Joining Accenture as a lateral MD next month. Any inputs on how to build network and connect with fellow MDs, especially in a remote setup? Are people open to collaborate with “outsiders” at a senior level, or should I expect friction with people protecting their turf and sticking to their own connections? How is the work culture like at MD level? For context, I will join strat and consulting.
Not even proud... especially given that my sleep goal isn’t too lavish in the first place. How are you folks coping?
All - In the process of moving out from MD to another competing company.
Does anyone provide contact of a good lawyer to deal and take care of non compete, non solicitation clauses as a part of exit process?
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Christ! The world would be a better place if more Americans did this. It actually good to go and party, drink and meet other cultures.
I’m not a parent but I have a number of friends (and my wife) that studied abroad during college. They all spoke highly of the experience - obviously there’s an element of partying (as would be the case if they just stayed home), but being bilingual isn’t the same as having an immersive experience in another culture for a number of months. I’m of the opinion that experiencing other cultures is something sorely lacking in most American’s education. It gives them common ground with folks on the global stage, if and when that becomes important in their career.
My daughter did a semester in Barcelona. Traveled every weekend- Ibiza,Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Paris, etc. She grew up a lot, had an amazing experience and still managed to graduate with honors in 4 years. She learned more about life than anything else, if you can afford it, go for it.
I am a parent and studied a semester abroad in college. It was a lot of drinking and partying - but also eye opening and I built some confidence and independence that have served well in the years thereafter.
If they want to go - I think it’s better to do a study abroad where they have some structure and education - vs a “gap year” or something similar where it’s just aimless travel.
FWIW, I’m originally from Europe, studied there etc before relocating to the US. No offense, but Americans need to get out and see the world, and not just the annual vacation at a Hyatt resort. We live in a gilded bubble here.
American college education is so debilitatingly expensive that we are forced to weigh the (significant) costs with the benefits. But a large part of the benefits in college are largely intangible, so it won’t ever wash out in black and white CBA.
The American students I encountered in Europe were so refreshingly open. A little reserved at first (maybe because the cost of tuition was always weighing on their minds, so they were very serious about class), but they eventually loosened up. And they seemed happy.
Let your child go! Even if they end up drinking and partying. They’ll be richer for it.
As someone who studied abroad myself (in college), it was certainly important to me and a wonderful experience. Yes I drank and partied, but I also developed a much stronger appreciation for history and other cultures, and being in a less structured but still rigorous academic environment was great for exercising my intrinsic motivation to learn. Wouldn’t trade it for an extra year’s comp as a Partner - if I would’ve even been on this career track otherwise.
He’ll actually get less fixated on drinking once he sees they don’t make such a big deal of it over there
Finding it hilarious that OP must think us Europeans spent our entire university time getting drunk just because it’s legal! If anything I think europeans have a much more relaxed attitude to alcohol purely because it isn’t verboten. When I started work on a grad scheme it was the Americans who didn’t know how to drink responsibly and made fools of themselves at orientation
Ok. Not sure we can help you if your question is about your son then.
I sent my kids abroad for the whole experience including the partying and drinking. It helped prepare them for their current professional services careers.
It was worth it for me to have a teenager out of the house for a semester and a happy one at that. I think study abroads a great experience, even if they do get a little wild while they're over there.
My college study abroad in London is still one of my fondest memories. Like of anything I’ve ever done. Had a world expanding experience meeting people from all over the globe and in Europe. I hope my son has the same experience. My parents didn’t pay for it either, I borrowed up to the hilt to cover the cost and was still worth it.
I grew up without the resources for this, and always wished I could have done it. 💗
I insisted that my kids do study abroad - and so far, both of my college aged offspring have found ways to avoid doing it. My experience studying abroad was life changing and I want the same for my kids. I wish everyone had the opportunity and the means to study abroad.
OP, you’re not providing enough context but you already got a lot of answers that I’d be supporting.
1) where is abroad?! Are you US based? Sounds like you are (“drinking is legal over there”) but cannot be sure. Do you want us to make assumptions?
2) Where in Europe? It’s not that it’s a country. The experience your son will make in Spain vs. Ireland (just to make a point) will be very different
3) What is “bilingual”? English and American? English and …?!
Even if you don’t speak the local language, being living abroad can be life changing and I am not really sure why you wouldn’t encourage it if money isn’t the problem? The more “exotic”, the better as it opens the perspective!
Yes. But you know your son best.
Absolutely worth it.
Is this for college? You’re worried about partying and drinking… that’s what happens here at college.
100% worth it. The Kid will get exposed to a new culture, a new network, and yes a few new brands of alcohol .. but the culture and the network alone are worth it.