What are the phone benefits that GT offer to its Associates/ Seniors in Advisory practice? Any gym perks? Grant Thornton
Diversity has little or nothing to do with actual skin color and everything to do with variety in cultural, socioeconomic, religious and other backgrounds?
Today's the day! I have my final interview which is a panel presentation for a customer success director role. Any tips or advice for this presentation? It is with the VP of Sales, VP of Customer Success and Dir of Customer Success.
So true! We are under more stress than ever...
Feeling totally used and need advice. Got in the final for what would have been a dream job (not now of course) and was asked to complete a pretty robust assignment for a launch strategy for a startup. I did everything, over-delivered really, a framework, launch strategy, platform analysis, and even an influencer piece (at their request). I had to present via Skype to the hiring manager and leadership. Only the hiring manager showed up. It caught me off guard (I know, rookie mistake) CONT’D...
How is the wlb like in EY tech consulting/technology risk consulting? Is it as bad as external audit? Thanks!
What are the minimum cutoffs for a “safe” GRE score for m7, assuming the school doesn’t convert to GMAT (many don’t anymore since they report median GREs), and also assuming a good story, great LORs decent GPA, and strong quant background?
PwC 🐠! We pay more for folks with MBAs, but for 🐠 who have advanced degrees relevant to their consulting industry (Finance, Computer Science, Org Development, etc), is it normal that they’re paid the
with niche firms, they have solution architects and technical architects. with larger ones - accenture, big 4 and the desi ones, they don’t. i find the projects of niche firms more successful
Deloitte is giving practitioners Plantronics BT300m or Jabra headsets... Pretty nice, go get yours :)
Any recommendations for a good frying pan? Does the our place always pan really live up to the hype?
Had my start date pushed back to 2021. I’m now considering a masters degree. Any advice if it would be helpful for consulting? And if so, would one degree be more helpful? Finance? Business Analytics? Accounting? Supply Chain? Completely open on what part of consulting I want to end up in. Would I be better off spending the next 6-9 months doing certifications (Tableau, AWS, Salesforce, Six Sigma, etc.) or learning new skills like python or SQL? Want to make good use of this free time.
@lti I have an offer from lti for p3 specialist data engineering ..what is avg payscale for this role???
I got 15 base pay .... and 3 as variable pay..
How is work from home options in lti chennai...??
Pls share ur views
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