I need to stop listening to advice about how something is stable and/or easy and how that's a good thing. If something is stable and/or easy I will likely fail because I'm not being challenged.
To EY folks who are crying on FB about low PBB this year, either accept it and give the firm one more year or move to another firm. Complaining on FB will further prevent good talent from joining EY.
I'm staying at a Sheraton this week and got horrible bed bug bites. Have anyone dealt with this situation before? How did SPG compensate you?
Just curious. I have three counselees. I take the role of a counselor/coach seriously since my counselors made a big impact on my career. Does your firm have a formal way to recognize good counselors?
How do you manage criticisms? I get so disappointed or discouraged when people pointing out errors. Any tips? I am just overly concerned on people looking down at me.
Worth it to redeem CSR reward points to buy things on Amazon? Or definitely save for airfare?
I am about to go FL as an Account Director. My first gig is going to be a year long. What is the standard practice around taking time off? I want to take advantage of the freedom FL offers & travel
How long do you need to wait after leaving the firm to invest in ETFs that have your clients as part of their holdings?
What's your position in the stock market right now? Which stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds are you investing?
feeling alone and sad on a friday night and not sure if I'm the only one. been sick for a bit and wonder if going bk to firm will make me sick again.
Did anyone else see this on LinkedIn? Is this even a thing anymore? I don’t wear pantyhose. Tights in the winter yes. Hose? No. And bare arms?? Thoughts?
“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
Mark Twain (1835-1910)
Does anyone here work/used to work at the Federal Reserve Board? Corona came for me, sadly, and I’m hoping to rebound quickly. Would love insight on hiring and putting my best candidate foot forward
Like I said, don’t believe the hype. It’ll end badly
Okay question, if you live in TX (no income tax) and work remotely and your job is domiciled in CT, is 100% of your pay subject to the CT income tax?
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