I have received full time REMOTE Offers from PWC and Wipfli . Pros/cons and recommendations?
Wondering what your company's remote work policy was before quarantine, and whether they're working on plans to evolve it once there's a vaccine and we all fully return to offices.
I was just diagnosed with ADHD at 40. It explains so much about how I work, why I struggle in certain areas, and why I’m good at others. WFH exasperated symptoms and it’s what drove me to seek help. I wasn’t aware so many women mask symptoms almost their entire lives!
What firms are offering 1) remote work (don’t mind going to the office here and there), 2) slightly lower hours requirements or at least more humane expectations, and 3) big law pay? M&A group if it matters.
Looking for a Sr People Ops Manager for late stage startup. About 350 employees. Fully remote. 5 years management experience leading People Ops teams. Competitive salary + equity. DM if you are interested.
Hi! I am planning on climbing, hiking, and wfh in Boulder, Co this summer. Anyone know of any temporary housing? Also open to meeting people, so dm me if you live there and want to hang out.
Any recommendations for best office chair, something that can be found on Amazon UK? Any equipment that makes your WFH life amazing?
Please help to decide the best offer based on CTC & WLB. 1. Capgemini: 17.1 fixed + 1.9 variable 2. R system: 21 fixed + 1 L JB ( WFH permanent) Current : 7.5 YoE: 7.1 years
Fucked up and forgot to cancel my Westin hotel booking when I was told to be remote this week. Got charged for one night. Can anything be done?
Do you think firms will update expense policies to allow for reimbursable overtime meals in the remote environment (rather than only allowing reimbursement for meals consumed on site)?
With Illinois starting to reopen, I saw non-essential businesses will be allowed to reopen with safety cautions put in place and a strong recommendation to wfh. How likely is it offices open up now?
I love work from home so much I’m never going back.￼
Any specific things to ask before accepting a counsel position in a firm? The hours and type of work seem ideal; there’s no expectation of business development; and I can WFH 100% of the time if I want. There’s also an opportunity to be considered for partner in the future.
I’ve been told that I’m going to be teaching “in person” on Dec 2. We have been Remote since March 13th. Just the “high needs SPED and ELL”will be in class. I have 2 kids out of my 6-sub-separate developmentally delayed students and the ELL teacher will have 3 out of her 14. We will both be in separate classrooms and the adults will change-not the kids- we share one student. I was told if we are at least 8 ft apart the students can take off their masks... anyone else hear this?
Unprofessional post- I’m seeing my new coworkers in person for the first time this weekend because I was a remote hire. But I have gained so much weight since covid that I feel like people are going to be disappointed when they see me in person. Because my professional headshot is from 2 years ago and I don’t look like that anymore. What do I do? I really want to cancel.
My husband and I want to make a long term bet. My husband wants to have the naming rights of our first born child, but that's too high stakes. Any recos for a good bet for a couple?
Why are audit associates evaluated based on utilization but audit engagements are evaluated based on “profitability” even though the engagements are a fixed fee? There seems to be a direct conflict of incentives between associates and the rest of management.
Is there a way to find out the gender of the baby if I am still in my early 1st trimester? Like heart beat, my reaction to food, haha... an impatient mom...
How do I become an MBB employee? Is it possible to gain experience at big 4+ACN and then get referred in??
https://us-jobs.kpmg.com/careers/JobDetail/Senior-Associate-HR-Business-Advisor-Audit/65377?srcCat=Direct+Contact&specSrc=LinkedIn Junior HRBP role — DM me with your resume if interested
I am being head hunted more frequently. I am in the final stages for one position that seems like an amazing opportunity with a company that plans to go public this year and was just approached for another potential opportunity for a big company that went public last year. Ever feel like an opportunity is too good to be true or are these great opportunities really out there? I think I am just scared to take the leap of faith
Thoughts on potential exit to Mid-Cap Cybersecurity company for a product data analyst job vs. privacy program manager at Facebook. Both jobs have very similar salaries but Facebook has sightly better benefits. Would like to end up at Microsoft or Google long term but am worried about Facebook being a resume killer given recent news. For reference, have worked at Deloitte for 2.5yrs in the Cloud Sec space (more strategy than tech)
Expecting a baby this summer. Should I still be looking for other job opportunities? EY has a very generous paternity leave if you’ve been with the firm for 1+ years, but not sure if I would have the same opportunity to take 2-3 months leave if I switch jobs. Can I potentially work parental leave into negotiations?
Starting at a T2 in a few months and need to refresh my wardrobe! I'm a male in my late 20s and current company dress code is business casual. What is office attire like and general travel dress code with client? I only have one nice grey suit and thinking I may need at least one more suit?
What’s everyone’s utilization? Mine was over 100% the last few months, curious to see how others are doing.
Any insights in VP level (5 YOE) Project Management roles for top banks (JPM, Morgan, etc)? I am seeing a huge range 120 - 200 base.
Work in industry now in NYC in marketing. Is it the Culture or me but I feel like everyone just works long hours. I'm always the first one out the door by 530-600 and always get my work done on time.
I work very closely with AWS proserv folks.. I have gotten numerous offers from them for a referral to AWS. However I noticed they all seem to have 10+ years of relevant experience and I do not (1 year relevant). As the door is open with them, I do not want to waste this opportunity. However it seems I should wait and get more exp before applying. Thoughts?
Have a cranky old on project. They can’t stop whining - “who do you think you whippersnappers think you are?!”, “back in my day...”, “my generation is the greatest generation". O rly? Go back in time
I recently started at a larger software company as an AE. As I’m getting more into the process, I’m finding things odd. Like, cold calls and emails are metrics I’m judged on more than closed won business. I know that’s part of the job but it seems strange I’m judged on it so heavily. And, I seem to be the first real outside AE hire as everyone else seems to have been promoted up from SDR roles, including all of my direct management. I’m questioning if I made the right move. Stick it out or look?
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