Is to possible for those counselled out from MBB to make their way back? Particularly at the junior level, so counselled out as an analyst then boomerang back at the consultant level
Husband told me the other week he had the first business trip scheduled that he would fly to. I don’t understand why that can’t be done virtually, given the last 1.5 years, but he seems to be set on the fact that he’s “expected” to travel for work and is booking the tickets. We both are vaccinated but have two very young children who aren’t. It’s not even Covid that’s at the top of my mind but rather the pointlessness of resuming business travel. Am I overreacting?
My firms bonus structure is based on “billed out” (what a partner actually bills to the client) dollars instead of actual hours billed. So you can work 2000 hours but the bonus is based on only 1850 hours, because 150 got cut over the year. Is this normal? It seems entirely unfair and makes it impossible to get a bonus.
Cold applied to McKinsey just for the hell of it. Got a call for a screening. Have no idea what to expect in the screen or overall interview process. Any tips/insights? (I’m now wishing I paid more attention to the MBB interview stuff in this app - I hear there’s a case? Haha 🤔)
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How is the financial services consulting different across MBB? In terms of service offerings, areas of focus, culture
If you have a short term (4 weeks) projects on a client, do you need a h1b amendment or just regular LCA?
Just recently, we exceeded 1 million covid deaths on record globally. When the pandemic started, did anyone actually believe that the situation would become this bad?
After all of the COVID19 stuff is over, do you think our industry will change how it operates? More telecommunication/video conferencing at home office. Still fly to sell work and important meetings.
Do MBB hire people who are on H4 EAD. Not specifically for consulting but for any roles.
Leave the office 2 hours after the client leaves and arrive to the office 1 hour before the client gets here...sigh...
Guitar lessons in NoVa/DC, where are they? I'm the type of guy who hires a bodybuilding coach because he wants to get in shape, I don't screw around. I want a guitar coach/teacher but at least when I was looking a couple of months ago I couldn't find one with trusted reviews on places like Craiglist or simple Google searches. Recommendations? Places to look? Is the supply just rock bottom due to COVID?
So I've seen a number of articles floating around recently saying all Americans (not just the priority groups) could get the covid-19 vaccines by April. Thoughts on whether that is actually highly likely? I initially thought end of 2021 was more likely, but perhaps I should be more optimistic?
Client Expectations vs Budget
You know you're at the client site too late when none of the on-premise PokeStops have the Lure module on them anymore.
Corp Strat at a Fortune 50 or MBB? I'm not at a MBB. I don't think i'd stay for partner at MBB the only benefit I could see is coming back to a F50 firm at a higher position and paygrade.
Honest question here-hw do I work better with Indians who come over frm India(on-site) to client?My patience with them is at an all time low since they jst dnt gt the methodology & hate owning anythng
What credentials do you need to get into MBB. I have a 4 yr B.E undergrad and an MIS grad degree. Worked for an IT services firm for 2.5 years, Deloitte for a year and now KPMG. Any tips?
I Have more sparetime now (Thanks Covid!) and I wanted to invest it in data skills related courses. I found one on data camp called "Data Skills for Business" and then was planning to continue with their "data analyst with Python" career track. What do you think of those two courses? Sinon, do you have any suggestions for better alternatives? Thanks! 🙏🏻
What if your entire consulting career thus far have been a variety of functional roles (BA/PM type) and no expertise in 1 area/technology/industry? How are exit ops to other firms or even industry?
Any San Antonio 🐟 here? Thinking about relocating from Chicago and am wondering if it is a good place to raise a family
Currently a C (level 2, "experienced hire", usually 2+ YOE) but with no experience prior to Deloitte. 1.5 YOE at D and up for promotion to SC in June. I'm a data scientist. What's the realistic GS...
Folks - how do you prep for case interviews in half a week? Any resources you would point me towards? It’s been over 5 years since I last had interviews. Sure I am in consulting but I honestly don’t do this thing on the day to day so am very sure will be very rusty.
What are peoples thoughts on the top life sciences consultancy in the UK / London, in terms of salary / total compensation? Trying to find out more about roles outside of P&MA (current focus but want to expand into commercial or other strategy)
Anyone have any insight into what it’s like working at Stripe (WLB, culture, growth opportunities, etc.)?
I don't understand the concept of receiving a 4 on Year End (and getting laid off). There is no set percentage to give people 4's and 5's right? How does one mess up that badly?
Leaving the firm and the country. What do I do with my 401k? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Don’t plan on returning to the US anytime soon and I’m in my late 20s.
I'm at EY in the FSO Tax service line and I am hating it, should I switch service lines or go to a different Big 4 firm? If so, which firm has been the best as for as work life balance.
How do a I jump to a better firm in advisory. Currently 1 YOE. How long should I wait to move? Should I wait until a promotion
One more week of vacation to book before the Q4 rush ... preferably out of the country. Any good suggestions? We like "off the beaten path" non-touristy vibes.
For int‘l 🐠 living in the U.S, was moving here worth it? Is it still worth staying? Looking to get some perspective in deciding whether it’s worth pursuing a green card and building a life here...
Turning off all Good notifications and alerts on my cellphone. If you need me, I'll be on vacation. Peace ✌🏻
PwC 🐠: does the firm pay out leftover vacation days? Fishbowl posts sound like a yes but I read the policy and it says something like leftover vacation hours will be considered.
What are the potential benefits of working at a deals oriented firm (e.g., LEK, S& Deals, EY-P) as compared to the more traditional Big 4 MC type roles at the post-M level? Really struggling with putting in the hours for the deals centric role as I’m not 100% sure of the longer term payoff (besides short term slight bump in comp).
Any advice on how to improve your presentation skills? I am in my first client facing role and I want to make sure i do well.
Do I stand a chance in consulting? Background: bachelors (GPA 3.5) and masters (GPA 3.8) in accounting, 1.5 years of experience in tax at PwC as associate. Currently on H1B visa. I don’t have any consulting experience, maybe just a few cases at school. I don’t consider myself aggressive, I’m more of a laid-back person. Im hard working and don’t mind working high hours. The reason I want to make the switch is 1) I think consulting work is generally more interesting; 2) more exit opportunitie
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