Genuine question from a non-US 🐠: why do so many of you end your question posts with "Go!"? Is it a cultural thing? If you don't say "go" will people not know when to respond? Genuinely curious.
How many points for cockroaches in a Marriott category 5? Same thing happened to my colleague last week at this location.
Loyal delta flier have been for 5 years (play) , but new project to Chicago only has virgin, united or American. Which is the lesser of 3 evils? (Will most likely be doing this trip weekly for 1 year)
Does anyone miss airline and hotel points? I hit gold (a small achievement I know) with AA this time last year, and now I’ve been in my home for nearly 3 weeks straight.
What's a good strategy for applying for an internal role besides filling out the job application and reaching out to people currently in the role? Who else should I talk to and at what point?
Still trying to recover from my crt convo a week ago -- feeling beyond dejected... I got a 4.. I feel like that's a gentle nudge to go -- this is a promotion year for me and seems like there is no way
When the client responds to your request with sarcasm and 2 sad face emojis... How do you even respond to that?
Got an offer from PwC - no sign on bonus but they said they would get me an extra PwC-branded backpack. Does that seem reasonable? 🤔
I have an opportunity for a Sr. Art director position in San Francisco. What would a comfortable living salary for the area, not just what the industry standard is or what agency’s are paying.
Saw a LinkedIn profile of someone who got 2 early promotions in 3 years. Leveraged it to get into Stanford MBA -- assuming with GASP. For those who manage to get early promos, how?
I’m a female POC copywriter. The only one in the creative department & all client meetings. I find it hard to relate to old white men, but I know you have to build relationships with your client.
Life definitely does not prepare you for "When your girlfriend tells you she's pregnant and it's not yours and is keeping it". Off to an interesting Friday.
Any HC consultants with a masters in health administration? Any particular benefit over MBA for specifically healthcare mgmt consulting ?
How long do you stick it out on an awful client before speaking up (if ever)? I'm traveling M-F and the client continues to churn through our resources. I'm a team player, just burning out.
I think I’ve come to terms with the fact that I want to switch to a smaller boutique consulting firm. Any advice on how to start the search to find a local firm with a good culture?