Does every big four firm issue audit opinions before the testing is finished? Or is that just at EY? Trying to decide if it’s time to leave public or if this is specific to EY and our culture
Like many people, I have been experiencing a roller coaster of anxiety in recent months. I’ve gotten it more under control by cutting down on the news I watch, and trying to not think about work after I shut down my computer. I have a dear friend who is also dealing with anxiety. When we talk, the discussion is always about how anxious she is about COVID, Civil Unrest, etc. And she wants to talk about work which I’m trying not to do as much. How to be a good friend and keep from spiraling?
I have 1k in savings, 6k in my checking and 50k in credit card and student loan debt. Ex-fiancée spent like crazy. Base is 120k. I feel like I'm stuck with debt and nearing depression. Help!!!
anyone know if you can configure your skype for business to allow communication (chats) between other companies?
Going back to work after 3 months of maternity leave. Our company has us wfh for at least the rest of the year. Not sure what to expect having a newborn at home while working. Daycare is not a option for me. I have a sister that lives near by that might able to help. Looking for any advice anyone might have to offer.
Hey guys. Was laid off as a generalist consultant last month. My eventual goal is to get into data analytics and data science. At this point I’m really good with excel and have some working knowledge in both SQL and tableau. I feel kinda lost still, what should I be learning specifically? I’d love to chat and learn about what you guys do and a bit of mentoring (if you’re up for it). Thanks in advance!
Paternity leave at Accenture sucks, in the age of Feminism and female CEOs they are trying to say that paternity leave for fathers isnt as important as mothers. Really disappointed!! #JulieSweet
Does the firm cover insurance if you accidentally scratch another car with a corporate rental ? #askingforafriend
We had evaluations and normally we have annual raises. I think my salary is under market value at $68k (plus OT) in Los Angeles (5 years of experience). I was told I am one of the top employees in the firm. When I asked about a raise, I was told “when you think about it at your level 5k to 10k doesn’t really matter it’s the long term goal that matters”. What would be your response to that, to a partner who is making 500-600k a year?
So is there a secret matrix out there that maps inconveniences to point compensation? Like holy shit how is anyone supposed to give you all a meaningful answer to any of this?
I left EY last year and is now considering rolling over my 401k balance left in the EY plan to my IRA. Just realized that my vested balance was lower than the balance Fidelity has been showing (cont.)
OMG, my Kotex leaked at the hotel. This has never happened to me before and I have been dealing with periods for over 20 years. What is the proper etiquette here?
Did folks take any supplements before a FET? I've seen Vitamin E and L-Arginine recommended, plus Vitamin D and prenatals. (cont)
I’ve been an assistant for 3 years (in two different agencies) and have been applying, reaching out and networking but nothing has gotten me to get to the next level. I really need an increase in salary (my current one barely covers monthly living expenses) and just nervous/anxious.