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I feel like I'm always in between shoe sizes. It drives me nuts. I try them and buy them cause they feel fine but when I get home and put them on for work they always seem too big
You must be a consultant, cos I'd fully utilize you
I just received an offer within the industry and I'm excited to join. That said, they have come in at the bottom of my range (I said $320k when I started talking with them in December, and upgraded that to $350k based on market movements since then) I'm particularly bothered by the clawback on my bonus payments until my LTIP kicks in. Below I'm attaching my redacted offer letter and draft response. Looking for feedback on my response (whether reasonable, any improvements). Thanks.
Tried not drinking pre-flight (bar was packed) but instead are $14 or candy from the damn candy bar...gross
Big4 consultants, Do you feel like you’re working for the consulting arm of a large accounting firm? Do you notice any influence from big accounting? Curious on dif. of big 4 vs. pure consulting firm.
This girl is really cute but poor... would you have a serious relationship with a waitress?
Anyone game for casing at 3:00PM or 3:30 PM EST today please DM me. Will send google meet link and case
Is it just me or the regional have better service than mainline. I’ve consistently had better experience on United express vs the United mainline flights
Is this a good time to buy a house in the city of Chicago, considering recent crime rate surge, bail reform etc?
Why is the SM role the worst job in the firm? Besides the obvious things for directly responsible for client, partner and team. Any real life examples to share? Thanks.
Anyone else have a manager that does not know how to take a vacation? I don't know what's more annoying. Them asking the team to update them every other moment with things that are super low...
How should I provide upward feedback to a micro manager who thinks everything is a fire?
Have any accepted a competitor offer (Ex. move from Deloitte to PwC) and how did your colleagues at the previous company take it?
How does PTO work when you leave? Does it automatically get paid out? Or should I use it and record it on my timesheet? Sounds like they would be the same payout?
If you’re starting a new job, how much time off would you take in between? Considering 3 weeks but not sure if that would be frowned upon.
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