Got 2 offers, 1st from British American Tobacco- Planning Expert 10% pay rise and 2nd from small company(focus on data science) 50% pay rise, Data Science Project Goal: to break into MBB or FAANG
Anyone else love listening to Bollywood music in the gym? Others probably think I have hip hop or rap playing but in reality I’m doing bench press while blasting badri ki dulhania 😂🇮🇳
I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
Base salary/bonus/stock/signing bonus/title/YOE?
Seeking an exit opportunity from Accounting/Finance consulting (Looking for Remote work).
Got staffed my first week in the firm, was expecting the overhiring to give me some quality beach time.
Have any Legal recruiters helped place a junior (1-2 yr.) Staff/Diligence Attorney mainly focused on PE transactions/M&A at a V20 firm into a traditional partnership-track junior (1-3 yr) Associate position at a peer firm’s similar practice group? Any suggestions to approaching these lateral opportunities?
Home owners & home improvement savvy folks - wwyd? I share townhome walls w my neighbor, & they had a burst pipe in their second story bathroom. The water leaked into my first floor garage. I will be calling insurance when they open - but what can I expect in terms of home repairs? Will the sheet rock need to be replaced and interior dried with heaters? Will my 2nd story floor have unseen water under the hardwood? Mold is a risk.
End goal: strategy at a large industry player (auto, apparel, etc) Is it more logical to use the mba to jump right into those companies or use the mba to get into Mbb/tier 2 and then jump?
Anyone else tire of the “plant mom” and “dog dad” me too conversation? It seems to be more frequent. For example, company says, “Parents, please share pictures of working from home with your kids during Covid” for a diversity and inclusion project. Undoubtedly someone responds, “what about my plant babies? 🤣”. I don’t want sympathy but I find it childish. Just give us the courtesy of understanding that plants and pets are not the same. Stop “me too’ing”
If every study shows bad management slows productivity and cost companies good employees, why are all these a**hole clients and the MDs who turn a blind eye protected? My client's awful attitude creates an extremely unproductive environment. We spend more time protecting his ego or getting irrationally screamed at, than we do doing our jobs. I thought our MD might step in, but he just completely downplayed it and even blamed us. Why isn't there more attention on changing this outdated ideology?
Risk/ IT Audit Opportunity at EY. DM me if your profile is a match and you are interested. JD as below: 1. Experience in System and Process Assurance, ITGC, ITAC, Third Party Assurance, SOC reviews 2. Knowledge of IT frameworks - ISO, NIST, COBIT is desired. 3. Pre and post implementation review of ERP like Oracle, SAP preferred 4. Candidates with certifications - CISA, ISO 27001 is preferred 5. Knowledge of DevOps and Cloud Security Assessments on Azure, AWS and Google cloud is preferred
Hello. What's the best agency so far to go to when it comes to diversity and actual inclusion for a POC creative? Im pretty done with POC creatives being put on banner projects and the white teams getting the bigger stuff.
I’m looking to learn more about PwC’s Customer Consulting practice. I’ve been looking for people on LinkedIn to network with and unfortunately I’m having trouble finding people to reach out to. I believe that I have the relevant experience for a role, I just want to confirm it
Things to do before putting in notice? So far I have: spend fitness subsidy, transfer Amex points, spend tech subsidy. What else?
WHY do big tech companies make the candidates write algorithms during interviews? I am a senior software engineer and I can say with surety that SSE rarely write algorithms unless you are working on building something totally unique (like a new search engine).
End goal in PE career? Let’s say you make it to MD at UMM shop. How is comp compared to let’s say F500 C-suite? I’d imagine both to be 10 - 30M, but a cushier rise in F500. Am I wrong? Just trying to figure out this giant rush by so many colleagues to the buy-side
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