Anyone familiar with the Operational Excellence & Transformation department at Truist? They seem to be on a hiring spree. Prior to applying I want to know if it's a good jump from consulting/how they are viewed by other consultants. Currently a SA at a Big 4 with 4 YOE.
How do people in industry get promoted so fast? I have friends at fortune 500s who get promoted once a year or even less. Even my younger cousin just graduated last year, and at 8 months got promoted to “customer success manager” whereas in Big 4 I’ll be in my late 20s by manager
Was talking to a few friends who are B4 consultants and were mentioning there 100-200 person projects. I’m at a boutique and my average project size is 3-8. What’s been your experiences?
Pros and cons of big 4 TAS vs working for firms like D&P, A&M, and FTI? Also any others I happen to be missing
Has anyone heard anything about the full time MBA program at UF? I simply want a respectable degree to work in industry in Florida after b4 tech consulting - appreciate any insight
With the new cohort system does PDubs match offers that are outside of the cohort range? Say if I'm an SA3 and am offered manager at another Big 4; would they match the offer?
Looking for a new job. I am coming from on of the Big 4 as a Management Consultant. Do you guys use any search tools/engines or do you directly go to companies’ websites and apply?
Has anyone jumped from Big 4 Advisory to Tier 1 Consulting firms (e.g. MBB). Was the jump at the same, higher or lower level?
Hey all, I seriously can’t find any Philadelphia-based Big 4 management consultant job openings other than a few senior manager or higher positions. Otherwise, they are all tax audit or tech consulting. Are the analyst/associate/senior management consultant roles titled differently? FYI, I had trouble with this pre-covid. Thank you
Looking to get in to Cyber Security sales. What are some of the good companies to work for? I’ve come to realize that I am not super technical, but I do like to sell, and have great communication skills. Having worked for big 4 in cyber for 5 years has taught me a lot, and would like to take risk getting into sales, and hopefully make a good return. Please help. Thank you!
I’m currently in tax technology at big 4. What is the best way to transition into a tech focused consulting group like Accenture? I have no background in actual coding; I’m currently a BA. (Continues)
Anyone from McKinsey Human Capital -change management folks here? How is your work different from what big 4 do?
Which Big 4 firm will be first to cut U.S. salaries? Will it happen tomorrow night, Sunday night or Monday? It's coming people it's most definitely coming.
Does anyone at McKinsey have product management or Data Analytics opportunities? Manager at Big 4 and want to also understand what level I should aim at?McKinsey & Company
Just curious, what are all the B4 policies on the vaccine and how they are accommodating for personnel WFH?
If you leave a local firm and go to big 4, there's an obvious learning curve, no? How have you all seen that addressed if coming in at the SA level from a smaller firm ?
Based on the pipeline data and the call I attended on Friday - EY is in trouble (projects and resources). I'm sure that's the case with all the Big 4. The resource managers seemed desperate as well.
Stanford making my heart jump today 😅 don’t they know this is not the time to say “you’re invited!” unless it’s an interview
Consider a new pandemic, at what % fatality rate do you think vaccines will mandated by law for all citizens? This is not the last pandemic society will face. COVID has a low death rate compared to Ebola for example. What % fatality rate would it take for governments around the world including the US to legally require mandatory vaccinations of all citizens? Would it be 10%? 20? 50%? fatality rate? Or will we never mandate vaccines in lieu of personal freedom?
🐠 who got Covid, do you know how you got it? Can you please share what you did that exposed you to someone with an infection.
If I leave public accounting after.my.senior years without my CPA am I still marketable? I have my MBA which I could fall back on.
Hi, I’m looking for the best within the big 4 or group with big 4 for tax attorneys. Any thoughts are much appreciated.
Was unsuccessful recruiting for top consulting firms during my MBA. I need that money! What is the best approach to landing an interview post MBA? Referral?
Have an offer as a sales associate at an asset management firm. Mid size, location San Fran. Have around 3 years of experience post undergrad, Econ major but not licenses or CFA (yet) doing sales planning work.. pay is 76k + bonus worth it?
For those that fly Southwest, do you ever book business select or just buy cheapest fare?
Reviews are coming up and I've been promised a title bump (we'll see). I'm currently interviewing at other agencies and while I'm not interested, should I use that in any salary negotiation?
I have an offer from a company with 70% hike and have an interview with HCL In my initial discussion with HR, I didnt mention about the offer I hold. Can you suggest me what to do? When to inform about the current offer? Will HCL consider and provide a counter offer as its already 70%?
Anyone know when the maternity leave policy kicks in at Tableau, now a part of Salesforce? Do you have to be there a year?
How long should you work at a firm before you start looking for opportunities? I’ve heard it’s wise to wait until a promotion otherwise you get the stigma that you’re a job hopper. Also, what’s the minimal time you can work on a place and put it on your resume?
What are your favorite apparel brands? All price ranges included. Ted Baker and Zara for me, Dior for that annual bonus splurge.
My ultimate future goal is to work in vulnerability management or penetration testing. Is it possible to switch to one of these roles coming from a cyber strategy background if I learn the scanning tools, linux, networking, etc in my own time? Or will nobody take a chance on me once I’m 5 years into my career? Or will they but my salary will go down significantly as I’ll kind of be a newbie again?
Someone in an HR session asked how Diversity and Inclusion retention/promotion efforts could negatively impact people who aren't "diverse." That's a bad look bruh.
What happens if you don’t meet utilization targets in a year? I switched from audit to advisory and have been here 2 months and my billable hours are way less than I was expecting (avg 30 a week). I’ve had good feedback on my projects and ask for more work in my down time, but the change of pace from when I was in audit is stressing me out.
Need your help please. Currently working on a VP promotion internally and going to speak w/ HR next week to negotiate comp. I’m also interviewing with a competitor but not yet at the comp discussion yet. How can I tactically approach my conversation with internal HR to maximize my number? Would appreciate your insight/experiences please. Thank you in advance!
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