my mentor said at mid sized firms in interviews for audit roles to ask how muck work will be governmental. has anyone been stuck doing government work at mid firms?
I work in a warehouse as a lead and doing some interviews here in there for supervisor positions. I've been offered salary pay but with overtime I typically make more. Do you think it'll be better to take a new position else where or stay and try to grow? I feel like it'll be more work and shit to deal with for the same pay.
Has anyone successfully negotiated higher designation during interview process . Let’s say from manager to sr manager . If yes, plz share your experience
Need help from the Hivemind. I am a rising 4th year who has only been at my firm for a little over a year (after a few clerkships). I like my firm well enough, and the partners I work with like me a lot, but I’ve learned that Biglaw is not the life for me and want to get out ASAP. I’m applying to a Fed agency that I’m really excited about, but the application requires a reference from your current supervisor. I haven’t told the firm I’m thinking about leaving. How would you handle this?
When applying to my next employer, do they need to know/do they find out that I was on short term disability at one point while at my current employer? I fear this would ding me as they would view me as a potential risk.
Once you get into a FAANG company, is it better to stay where you are or move around? I’m a dissatisfied with my current job but I have vesting stocks, work 9-5, and people to know and respect me. I am the sole provider for my family and value quality of life and stability. I have some interview requests from other FAANG companies that I know pay more but I worry about starting over. Anyone switch companies and either regret it or are glad they did?
Today reminds me of when I interviewed with Deutsche Bank in 2018. Morning of the interview, saw on the news that their headquarters were raided for money laundering. Made the “Why do you want to work at Deutsche Bank?” hard to answer, I just wanted a job after college. Have fun anyone interviewing for McKinsey this week!
Did anyone got offer letter from mindtree whoever interviewed after May first week? Mindtree
Upcoming PM interview. I have an interview next week and am not sure how to prepare for the domain knowledge questions. Out of the few to choose, I have picked AI/ML strategy and market. The actual role would be in cloud but not related to AI/ML.
What kind of questions can I expect? Especially when the rest of the interview are supposed to be product design and strategy.
The information that I have got from the recruiter could be anything and nothing and is too broad imho.
Hi all, I just completed my undergrad in international business and have been keenly interested in consulting roles at Deloitte, however I don’t know where to begin - can someone please give me an overview on how to increase my chances of getting an interview with Deloitte, what they look for, any specific must have technical skills for an entry level position and what the interview process is like
It is a bit overwhelming to find a job after university, any help is greatly appreciated❤️❤️
Company flew me out for interviews. Paid for the flight and provided an expense form for taxis and one meal. Submitted expenses to them 10 days ago and they said check would be mailed. Nothing yet..
Recently had a phone interview and I believe I ended up not doing so great. 1 or 2 questions caught me off guard. The call lasted about 35 minutes or so. Was asked about 10 questions and went over the company, my experience, all of the benefits and my salary expectations. Is that a good sign? I feel really bummed over it. She stated she would speak with HR and let me know in 1 or 2 days if they will continue to the next steps.
Want to start applying for jobs (haven’t done so in years) does anyone mind sharing their process to get started? I was thinking I’d map all my experience in buckets e.g., project management. And then doing due diligence on companies I’m interested in. What’s your approach?
What’s your favorite question to ask in an informational interview? What’s your favorite question that someone else has asked you during an informational interview? Brainstorming questions for an upcoming virtual coffee. ☕️
Last round of interview with a very senior partner. I’m switching practices to PI-what should I expect/prepare for? Going in as a senior.
Wipro Cognizant Tata Consultancy Infosys Hello All, Need your suggestion: Had an interview in Wipro for Senior position - Cloud Architect
Round 1 : Went well Round
2 : Scheduled - Technical Round
3 : HR
My queries are :
1. With 12.8 years of exp, what designation should be offered.
2. Expected CTC
3. How much is the variable component, and how much percent is actually being paid
4. Year on Year hike.
YEO : 12.8
Tech : Azure
Accenture Tata Consultancy Infosys Wipro
From here on out, make "What was your company's COVID response?" a standard interview question.
Would you say the good majority of the financial models that y’all build are “quick and dirty”? Mine definitely are. Modeling is only part of the job. No need to spend more time than necessary
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