Hey all, what’s your opinion on providing 2 Week notice? Do you think it’s still standard or depends on the situation.
I’ll be like $400 short of the $14k annual spend for bonvoy titanium….anybody know if it is worth calling them over at year and and asking for? Would any of you just stay somewhere a night or two to hit that?
I'm an investment banker and in late stages of a couple CorpDev roles of Fortune 200 companies. Both roles report to Head of CorpDev. I would be interested to understand the typical career progression. Assuming Head of CorpDev will stay in position for the next 5-10 years, what is the expectation of upward mobility then? Is it more common to progress through jumping around to different companies?
I’m currently working with a senior level HR candidate. This individual has a doctorate in business with a focus in HR, her SPHR, Federal, and private sector experience at the singer level, and has a fabulous personality. I’m curious is anyone else having difficulties play some candidates like this? At this point I’m starting to think it’s racial or her sex based of the lack of interest in this candidate. Any thoughts?
I want to inform you all that with your help I was able to clear the Hirevue round of Deloitte New Grad position 2023 and now just final interview remains. Thank you guys, you made it possible.
The role is technical strategy which I guess comes under SAP so the SAP team will be taking the interview for Toronto location.
The interview will have 30 minutes behavioural interview questions and 30 minutes case study.
I’m looking for tips now guys. I really want to clear it. Please guys.
Doing my taxes and realizing "never sell"
Received a letter from Wells Fargo today. They are offering a refinance of fixed 30 year mortgage at 3.5%. I have no idea how they can do this judging by today’s interest rates. Currently my interest rate is at 4.5%. Judging by Wells Fargo sketchy history, I don’t trust it, however has anyone else gotten this offer?
Hi Fishes, I'm in Tata Consultancy for 11+ years being my first company. Techstack Java8,SpringBoot , Microservices, AWS cloud.
Has someone with similar techstack and yoe joined/offered from TCS?
Wanted to know the CTC offered, since I'm planning to switch because obviously I'm underpaid.Infosys IBM Accenture Deutsche Bank
What is the expected salary range for an entry level project manager with limited experience?
*Medical Records Requests / Reducing Expenses / HITECH*
I recently left my corporate paralegal role to return to a small personal injury firm. I was shocked to learn that the HITECH fee no longer applies if a client requests their medical records be sent to a third-party (e.g. attorney). Has anyone had any success modifying their HITECH request template for clients so there IS a fee limitation AND the records are sent directly to their attorney? Paying $100+ for hospital records is sickening.
Where do people usually go after M7? I’m planning to go for my MBA in 2 years but I don’t want to be in finance anymore so I’m not sure if this is worth it.
Sort of random…. Serum, Face oil then SPF/Moisturizer… does that seem like too much? Is that the right order?
Fwd msg..pls.contact Tony for more info..
BA continum or capgemini ???? Which one would you prefer ?
Ctc- Both - 17.5 LPA all fixed
Exp: 3.5 yrs into Python
Thanks in advance 🤩
Has anyone here worked for all of the Big4s? If yes, how does it feel like to be on your resume?
Opportunity for Artists in the Ad space. Our call for artists is open till Jan 31, 2019. Learn more on www.mvvoart.com and follow @mvvoart on Instagram to discover the artists.
Looking for some advice/suggestions here. 24 years old, TC is now 110k. I have 40k cash savings. $6,500 in my 401k and $6,400 in Roth IRA. Just was promoted and wondering if that’s too much cash to hold onto AND if contributing to a Roth makes sense. I contribute 7% with 100% match and 10% profit sharing at the end of the year to the 401k. Contributing $550 a month to the Roth. Would appreciate any ideas as I know it’s a good spot but just wanted to see if it’s the smartest approach.
Additional Posts in Women in Finance
Hi fishies! I work for an early-stage Fintech startup called Fennel; (www.fennel.com) focused on impact investing as well as shareholder activism and giving every day investors the tools they need to make informed and aligned decisions. I'm wondering what others in the industry think of this space and about ESG, given that there has been a lot of relevant media attention recently & would love to know if people make investment decisions based on factors like workforce equity, ceo pay, etc?
Any MD ladies willing to share how they got there? Feeling so burnt out and unsupported.
Did anyone see the post in the Work-Life bowl posted by the analyst? Saying that he(26M) was scared to be judged at corporate events for his gfs(19F!!!) hair color & tattoos? If you didn’t, please check out the comments. And then remember that these are men in the financial industry, that could very well be your coworkers. The grooming. The objectification. I am disgusted, but not surprised.
I’ve been in corporate America and Finance for less than a year but every time I have interacted with a woman who’s an MD or higher up, seeking mentorship or advice, they have just been so cold and rude! I’m also POC and have actively reached out to other WOC who are senior to me and I keep experiencing this. I can understand being busy and having more than you can juggle on your hands but I do not understand the lack of empathy? Albeit my sample size is small here but is it just me?
My manager consistently makes condescending remarks about my work even though I’m overworked and prioritize what is urgent. I regularly work 12-13+ hours a day but never receive any confirmation or recognition that I’m doing a good job and there is always something to criticise.
How should I approach speaking to my manager about this toxic environment?
I’m the only woman on my team and have noticed my manager does not speak to my male colleagues with the same tone
My boss suggested an internal development program to me that involves moving to a different team and likely a demotion. He later retracted and said he didn’t know about the job levels. Not sure how I’m supposed to feel about this
Searching for a remote position that requires a series 7 and isn’t answering phones all day.
What’s the best virtual event you’ve attended? Looking for ideas for our women’s network, new hire class, industry groups etc. so anything could work!
‘Ok’ as a constant response from your manager, is it ok to do? Anytime I message my manager about an issue, something needed, anything really her go to is ‘ok’ it feels very brush-off-y and has started to bother me. What are your thoughts?
Do you think a dress that ends a couple inches above the knee is appropriate for the office? Do you have suggestions on how to lengthen it or make it more office appropriate? I don’t typically wear tights but could in winter with this dress… I really love how it fits every where else so I don’t want to skip it! I got it used from Salvation Army so it’s not like I paid a fortune but still.
You guys know about AI trading system? It’s actually the most efficient way to trade right now. Everyone in it is actually making over $1500 — $2000 weekly
Is it just me or have you lost touch with most of your friends from high school/college? I’m 29 yo & coming from someone with a lot of friends, I can say that I now only have 2 friends that I can really trust and have kept in touch with over the years, in addition to my significant other. After the pandemic & switch to the WFH/hybrid environment, I’m feeling more isolated than ever. Any tips or recommendations on how to network and meet more people? I’m based in LA!
How do you get the most out of your Series 7? From feeling like you are actively using it and making a nice income. I would hate to feel like I need a career move just because the Pay isn’t where I need it to be or maybe it’s because I am in Ohio?
Does anyone have any tips on dealing with someone above you who is a poor leader and likes to create more work than necessary out of ANY simple task? She’s 36, single, no kids. HELP PLZ.
Anyone have advice on handling other people’s stress rn? My brother is a resident and starting a hospital rotation (family medicine, Nola). My mom is stressed out of her mind. Idk how to help
Has being more assertive ever backfired on you? I'm naturally more reserved and am trying to work on this without coming across as a bitch. Any tips?
so I just had my quarterly feedback meeting w my boss and my negative feedback was that I never turn my camera on so it comes across like I’m unprepared.... it was partially due to circumstance but also in part because I’m insecure about being seen as less than without makeup and professional clothes..thoughts?
From perspective how much does a typical senior government contracts administrator make? Offer was presented as 115k base location in VA from Lockheed Martin - friend has plenty of experience and a secret clearance.
New to Fishbowl?
unlock all discussions on Fishbowl.
Provide two weeks notice, and make a sincere effort to wrap things up neatly, and train others to perform your work. Your professional reputation matters. If employer tells you to just leave, then of course you may.
It's a courtesy to your co workers to do a proper hand-off. You'll be shocked at how un-toxic it gets once you give notice. You will not care so will be immune to bad behaviors!
It’s the proper thing to do. You never know where people end up
It's not a requirement, unless it's specifically agreed to in an employment contract. It's typically just a courtesy. In the finance industry, resigning employees are often relieved immediately due to the sensitive nature of the work. If you didn't explicitly agree to it and you don't care about burning bridges, then you don't have to provide any notice.
I think it depends, I have given roles more time, only 2 weeks, and only 2 weeks but less than internal 4 wk requirement. A few factors to a consider:
1. Are you an at will employee? Eg, no regulatory or contractual obligations.
2. How detrimental to your mental health is it to stay for the duration? And do you have your employee benefits figured out?
3. In the same area of the industry? And is it a small area of industry? How could this effect you within your network or for future roles? Eg, do you primarily do regulatory validations or are you working as an auditor in a consulting capacity?
It’s a courtesy and not a required but it could come back around to bite you if it’s a small network in your area.
Give two weeks, but they will probably tell you just to go now.
I have two weeks notice when I switched industries a few years back and my boss walked me out immediately and paid me the two weeks. Same might happen to you!
While not a requirement, I usually give a two week notice. It allows you to transition tasks/projects/responsibilities to your manager or coworkers.