Hey guys! Got an offer from KPMG Strategy as a first year manager with 6 YOE from a Big 4 firm. I was told on this app that a KPMG Strategy SA range was $140-170k and I wanted to know what was the appropriate range for Strategy Manager. Thanks again for your help!
I’ve done really well in my 2 years with my current big 4 firm and am coming up for promotion in July. I am sitting on an offer with a step up in title and 40% pay increase. They say grass is not greener on the other side (hello unlimited PTO and all the other terrible comments I’ve read for new firm. Guess who 😂😅) but it’s hard to justify not moving. Am I making a huge mistake leaving behind my 2 year hard work going to the unknown or should I just go for it and take the pay and title!? Help.
What is the scope of legal managed services provided by Big 4? What is the future of this practice? Asking for a friend.
Would you confront a senior leader on inappropriate behaviour yourself (remarks about gender and race) or would prefer your coach to do that? What would be the merits / consideration that you should factor in?
When you’re comparing offers how you put a value against benefits like vacation allowance? Just calculate the value of a paid day as a % of base?
I’m in my mid-40s with a 7 year old and baby. Is it too late for me to back into public accounting? I was laid off last year and found a great job in a large bank. I miss the flexibility, challenge and rigor of PA. I would love your opinions. Has the ship sailed for me in PA? If I go back I would be an experienced senior; maybe, a year or so from manager.
I’m a junior copywriter graduating school and completing my internship. Is one internship, one award, and a moderately good portfolio enough to get a job off the bat? Or shoot for another internship ?
Hey managers and above, does anyone evaluate/look at utilization at the beginning of the fiscal year for staff and seniors? Or does it get evaluated only near end of year? Curious to know...
Did Deloitte have a late-night Uber policy before the pandemic? Joining in a month and also moving and wondering how much I should consider it. For context, my current company had a policy pre-pandemic where we could Uber home every time we worked after 7PM and we could expense meals as well during those days.
Just started at a tier ii but received a MBB offer slated to begin in 2020. I lateraled from another tier II so it would be 3 consultancies in 6 months... any advice to handle?
This summer I will intern at PwC in their Actuarial Services group. How would you recommend I go about asking for a full time offer at Strategy& to do strategy consulting?
CV advice please! I’ve been running deals myself (w one senior partner) since I was a trainee because 3/4 of my team quit back then and the partner to assoc ratio was very high in my team. Was tough but great training. I’m just under a year qualified (including my training I have 2 years of exp). My team is now staffed with 3rd/4th year assocs but I’m still chosen for the biggest deals and I draft the loan docs which the partners wouldn’t ask the other assocs to draft (Cont below)
For those who are jumping to another Big4, or know someone who has and are interviewing with all the Big4, who is paying the best right now? I’ve referred friends to PwC, but they are getting outbid by kpmg for similar positions by like $25k a year. Anyone else seeing this?
How's Edelman NY? Getting hit up for Health which I've never done. It'll entail moving from advertising to PR/earned creative as they call it, and the Health category. Didn't sound like hard sell pharma, quite a bit of branded video content. I searched on FB, sounded mostly negative culturally (employee fired during Pride month, political, creatives better watch their backs, climate denier) with a few who love it. Figured I'll ask if anything's changed, if it's even worth ... considering.
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