All things equal - would you take 150 base and 300-400+ OTE to work remote for a Series C tech firm out of NYC? Or 120 base and 275 OTE to work for a Series B out of Scottsdale? Good problem to have - I know. I am from the south and have never worked in NYC, wondering if I’ll regret it even if the $$$ is better.
Hi folks, Planning to join Legato Health Technologies. Is it a good option from learning and internal hike perspective? What is the shift allowance and other perks/benefits?
Quick survey: how many of you are planning on leaving the industry or going client side when you decide to start a family?
Does anyone know what the starting salary for an investment banker associate at Jefferies in NC typically is?
Ever been promoted at your firm while on a project and you have to be rolled off bc your billable rate is higher than what the client has budgeted? Or does your firm find this as an opportunity to renegotiate the SoW?
NYTimes headline this morning: “Firm Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Underpaid Women, U.S. Says.” Settling out $5mil in a gender/race discrimination lawsuit.
Any one gotten any updates from EY LAW about H1B decisions ? I got fast tracked and I’m pretty sure it’s been 15 days already
2.5 years of consulting experience after college. Do I still include my internship(s) on my resume?
If exiting to tech, which is better: Google or Facebook? Assuming general role is the same.
Does ey offer any free virtual physical therapies? I’m not at PwC and they have Hi he Health. Wondering what ey has for PTs.
I am looking to gain certification or other credentialing in diversity and inclusion, not only because it would look good on my resume both for future job-search purposes and also to become better educated in this area, which is growing in importance. I looked at SHRM's "Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential" and got a bit of "sticker shock" at the cost - $1,655.00 for members. Does anyone have other suggestions on training/credentialing in this area?
Hi guys, Can you share your personal experience that you have influenced and changed their decision as a QA professional(manager or any position in QA)
Can I just get this out? I’m 3 months into my first post-grad adult job and I’ve just received an offer for a much better position that’s in-house, a significant (like >10k) salary bump, and at a better agency. I realize now that I don’t like client services but I know how much my team is just managing to tread water. I kinda feel like 💩 but this is just one of those cliche “career-defining” offers that would be so stupid to pass up…
HATE this senior consultant on my project. He is so busy trying to be a know it all that it is hard to refocus him on his specific work. He wants to know the plan but has no context to understand it.
Have a final interview coming up in the Marketing Advisory group at Accenture. Anyone currently in that group that can share any perspective (pros & cons, career progression, work life balance, etc.)?
Hi Fishes, Recently joined in Accenture. I have been hardlocked in a project in Accenture without any discussion. Is it possible to reject it in case I do not like the tech stack, shift etc?
Say there was a medical device that could optimize your brain to function to its fullest potential (think Limitless movie) - it’d make you ultra intelligent & peak your performance. It’s safe and offered to you free, but the catch is you have to listen to a 30 second sponsored ad in your head every hour on the hour. Would you get it?
What's the real difference between Advisory and Audit? As an ongoing intern to advisory with DT, I'm curious for unfiltered thoughts.
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