Looking to come back to consulting post-MBA but long term goals are to pivot into a Director of Ops eventual COO path role at a behavioral health start up or managing behavioral health programs at a large health plan. Any suggestions on intermediary roles besides director of ops before that “COO” role.
Long shot, but anyone at JFK have an extra dell charger? Left mine at the client and would prefer not doing the hour drive to the office tomorrow AM 😅
“Work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. The other four balls—family, health, friends, integrity—are made of glass. If you drop one of these, it will be irrevocably (cont’d)
Experiencing cultural biases in my group. It amazes me it’s not seen or even thought about. But at Capgemini there’s this big push on diversity and inclusion. Well Capgemini you are failing....
Any CC specific to car rentals? I do car rentals pretty often and I currently have a CSP. SO has a CSR so don't want that for now.
What might be a better career path? 1) KPMG Data & Analytics - Tax Ignition 2) FTI Consulting - Corporate Finance: Restructuring Both are above 70k in salary in MCOL Im leaning towards KPMG... both would be right out of college, entry level.
What raises are typical in total comp at Fortune 500s? Building a long term personal finance model and trying to get a rough estimate of my income over time once I leave for industry.
I have a 2b1a available at Union City/Weehawken area. It's 15 mins to midtown (less than 10 mins with no traffic). 24hr public transit. Terrific NYC view. Huge closet. Steps from a pharmacy. Cont-
How much salary/savings would you need to feel ok buying a 250k+ car? (Looking for something special for parent’s 60th, and they paid for all my degrees which is 250+ US)
Just received an offer from Deloitte as an analyst. Seeing so much negative energy on here, and was wondering what the pros are of a firm with such a strong culture.
I recently started investing so I’m still a novice. Have about $5K in my fidelity brokerage account and obviously going to make contributions every month. I’m invested pretty much entirely in funds (Large Cap, Blue Chip, VOO, SP 500, etc.) Trying to build wealth over the next 5-20 years (know it’s a long time frame). My question is does it really ever make sense for me to sell (unless when I need the money), even when the market crashes? Feel like it’s better to ride it out.
Fish fam, mom is looking to travel to India next year. Anyone have experience booking Business/First class flights to Delhi from US (east coast based) using Amex points?
For those who talk about how much you hate your job and how this industry is changing for the worst - What's your exit plan? I'm brinking on total burnout soon and fear I may be trapped forever. 🤕
Slalom Change Management Looking to make a move in the next 6 months to drastically decrease out of town travel. Those who work for Slalom in OCM I welcome your thoughts on work and/or culture.
I got some good news that one of the accounting firms I associate with is starting hiring again for September 2020. If you have 3+ busy seasons with a Big 8 firm and were laid off or looking for work, feel free to message me for more details. I am paid for referrals, but I don't need the money so no hard sells😋 hoping to help our laid off accounting people. Admins feel free to delete it not appropriate.
“The realization that you can meet someone and it can just feel easy and not like work is amazing” —Rupam, Indian Matchmaking