Would you rather work for an older, more established company with lots of employees, average salary and a slow climb of the ladder to leadership? OR Would you rather work for a relatively new startup with 2000 employees, GREAT salary and quick career progression, but alot of learning because it’s a startup.? P.S. both companies are known across the globe.
What firms sponsor H1B
If I bring in/make an introduction to a client for the firm, will that expedite my career growth/comp as a senior? At a big 4, seeing if it’s worth my time.
Restarting an old thread: what do you do and what does the “more successful cousin/auntie’s son/daughter/family friend’s kid” do?
Trying to avoid paying an accountant, can I actually write off home office space/mileage if I was just permalancing for 3 months last year? Shouldn’t the 7 months of W2 take care of this 1099 shit?
Is your rank / service line important for H1B specialty occupation? (Ie. Do consultants have higher chance of approval than auditors?
My boss loves to have every warm body possible in pitch meetings, even people who aren’t working on it. He will slack you out of the blue and expect you to drop everything to just sit there and make the team look “impressive.” Why are people like this? Don’t clients see right through it? Is it actually impressive to have 10+ people in the room if only half of them participate? 😑 it’s such a waste of everyone’s time.
Hey dads - not a dad myself but need some advice for my dad. My dad is about to lose his mother (my grandmother). My dad and I don’t really connect on a deep level, but I can tell he is hurting and this is going to be rough for him. Any advice on what I can do for him? Anything your kids did when you lost your parent that comforted you?
Can anyone speak the the human capital practices at their firm? I'm currently in HC consulting and want to continue working in the field, but not sure what opportunities there are in MBB.
What’s a good head of production salary at a startup agency in LA? Trying to gauge my asking price...
Let’s pretend we’re holding companies. I’ll start: No, we can’t hire an extra writer even though you’re clocking 70+ hours a week. BTW, our contract with your client caps billable hours per employee because they know we don’t pay overtime. Here’s a non-billable code you should start using for the rest of the year.
Can you get fired or laid off if you are on a short term disability leave? Does this call for a lawsuit if this happens?
Anyone have any discount codes for hotels in London or recommendations? I'm HHonors gold and only need one more stay for Diamond. I also am silver elite on Marriott
I think my daughter has selective mutism. Any other parents here with a child with selective mutism have any recommendations on how I start this journey (books to read, tactical strategies, etc)
I recently left consulting to work at a FinTech startup here in Chicago. We’re filling out our Business Analysis team (going from 3 to 6) and I’m looking for Directors and Managers. Required skills include SQL (can use joins, case-when, etc. - not a data warehousing role) & Excel (pivots and index-match), and a nice to have would be an understanding of lending/credit programs and exec presentation skills. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1989629988 DM me if interested! FYI - we’re remote currently. Also, sorry but we do not sponsor.
I tutor ESL after school and recently switched over to Zoom. Students are stating that they are unable to annotate. I’ve read that this is common for Chromebook users. Does anyone know of a way to bypass this and/or any video/picture tutorials? Otherwise, it looks like we’ll just have to add an additional open tab with a google share doc. Many thanks in advance for any guidance you can provide.
I know tech salaries are lower but equity compensation makes up the difference. But does it really make up the difference if you’re making $200k plus salary in a non tech job?
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