Flying Southwest into LGA is so clutch. New terminal B (used by southwest and Air Canada) brought LGA from 3rd world to 1st world status
Fiancé and I booked a flight on the same reservation, Delta split us up so we both had middle seats 3 rows apart. Gate agent refused to even try to switch us back I’m platinum, he’s silver. Points?
ATL is my home base but I hate how much Delta costs for personal travel and how Platinum means nothing. Am I crazy to consider switching to another carrier?
Delta just matched my status. So long United!!
I have the Chase trifecta (Reserve), JetBlue Plus, and Discover It. Any others I should consider? I don’t travel a ton - maybe $500-$1000 in flights monthly.
Based out of Atlanta and diamond on Delta (360 this year but unlikely to be next year) and super pissed with the low conversion rates. What other program would you suggest? (Or am I stuck with Delta)
Delta broke my checked in luggage wheel and is reimbursing me around $150. What should I get? Domestic carry-on mostly.
Desi fish did anyone had to send Proof or purchase when you bought tickets for parents on Etihad? I have to send passport , CC and CC statement copies signed since the name on the CC is not the same
Overheard in the Delta lounge: Man on a call laid a definite BEAT DOWN on some dude on the other end of the call: “She has been on our team for months. Her work is excellent. She has a name.”
Best biz/1st class cabins on flights from west coast to Asia - ignoring miles/cost for now. Anything remotely like singapore airlines suites or does that not exist for US-Asia flights?
Flew 375K miles last year, Delta 360 and I’m 12th on the upgrade list and 8th on DC list! 🤦🏼♀️ first time in economy in 16 months and I’m feeling too entitled to sit with the peasants 🤣🤣🤔
Anyone else notice the new delta announcement of “no consumption of personal alcohol” these past couple weeks? Who does that!? (Rhetorical)
I’m going to be roughly 14,000 miles short of making Delta Gold by the end of the year. Suggestions on what to do￼?
Need help. Have an 18 Tesla model 3 which was involved in an accident. Their Insurance will pay out $8k. Value of car is $31k from Tesla trade in value. Pre accident it is showing as $33k. We have a baby coming and I have been thinking about a Y. Delta would be $14k. Own this car for 2.5 years, 24k miles. Worth it, or just get the car fixed...?
Best website to search for flights? And what’s the best day? I was looking on delta last night and the price increased this morning 🤦🏽♀️
I might have an exit to a *sigh* sox manager position, but very interested in the company, which will probably afford more interesting roles within a couple years. 30k pay bump. Take it or hold out for something more interesting? Honestly I like IA/risk mgmt.
Have a 2 year project for Romania which will be extended, what are the Pro's and Con's to move there? Also need to decide if i need to take my wife and 5 year old kid there... Any links and suggestions please..
Does anyone here know where I can find information related to Deloitte's policy for certification reimbursement? Particularly which certs you can charge straight to the AMEX vs ones you cannot?
I had an interview with a company I am very keen to join. I have met with 3 people so far and will speak with one more later today. I felt very off today and I don’t feel I put my best foot forward. The conversation was with the companies CHRO and I’m going back and forth with myself with whether I should email her thanking her for her time and adding information about how I feel the conversation went. I feel it could be a double edge sword but curious what others think.
I have been interviewing for senior data science /data engineering roles while working full time as a senior consultant and wow I am so burnt out. I can feel I am very close to an offer but these companies have so many technicals I feel like I’m drowning in between these tests and the rejections and my existing work. It for sure feels good to be interviewing better now I just don’t know how much longer I can keep this up. Any one have any tips?
If there is a PM role at FAANG vs a consulting role at MBB for ppl out of undergrad, which one would you take and why? Not that I have such privilege now but just curious
Tasked with coming with a project name for a new campaign. Best project names you've used?
Does anyone else feel out of sync when they are back home from the client site? Like shouldn't it be the other way around?!
I have cleared both the technical rounds and have the hr discussion pending they have asked to fill the details in the portal before the hr round. I am already holding an offer of 20 lakhs from a different company The position in citiusTech is for a technical lead 1.how much should I ask them if the hr round is scheduled?
Any recommendations for a hybrid robot vacuum in terms of price-performance Ratio or important buying criteria? WFH makes it necessary and I want to treat myself :). Key information: floor is parquet, so I guess it should have dry/wet/wiping functions, don’t have any pets, thought I want to spend 300€ max. but no clue if investing more is worth it. Highly appreciate any input :)!
They ask: “Sorry, Skype issues, can you repeat the question?” They mean: “I wasn’t paying attention and will now waste everyone’s time. Please recap the last 5 mins and and repeat the question.”
Why Bain? Why BCG? Why McKinsey? What makes these firms different? To me it looks like it’s mainly the culture of the companies that varies - am I correct?
NYTimes headline this morning: “Firm Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Underpaid Women, U.S. Says.” Settling out $5mil in a gender/race discrimination lawsuit.
How do you roll with the punches? When I make even a small mistake that anyone could make my mind immediately goes to "well that's that, I'm getting fired"
Anyone else questioning getting an MBA in light of the pandemic and shifting sentiment on remote work? I started a job that’s fully remote and flexible. It’s in a fast moving industry and I feel like taking 2 years away can make me miss out on expected growth that will take place. 2 year grind and then working at some 9-5+ job that won’t be flexible and will likely have to go in office once things are back to normal. With current job I’m making good money and have more personal time.
I’ll be honest: I worked agency side for a while, economy got wonky, laid off and then ended up client side. I dont think I have the strong work to get back agency side (an even longer story.) [cont.]
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