I joined the firm for almost two years and I just realized today that my partner doesn't know me at all!!! Then how I got the early promotion???
I’ve seen lots of posts about needing 20-30% to move to another firm. Would you say the same for moving to industry or does the “being local” / other criteria offset the need for a high raise?
What is the promotion criteria / culture like in Canada? Is it more tenure / level focused as opposed to merit focused? Seen quite a lot of it in my firm.
I left as a C 6 months ago to industry for a promotion . Just had a recruiter ping me about a SC position in a different area. Would it be possible to boomerang as a SC?
11 years experienced joined as ast. Completing one year next month, When can i expect promotion and what is the process ?
Advice needed. I was hired into a role last year post MBA. There was an official MBA rotational program that I was not part of, but my pay was pegged to. Today I found out that all the MBA hires who are in the program were promoted, where as in my convo with my boss last month, she was extremely dodgy about offering a promotion. How do I approach this? I’m performing responsibilities way above my current level. Do I hint that I’ll leave?
Was told I am on track for senior in 2 cycles with high performance. Will have 5YOE then. Is this progression in line? Moved to industry after promotion from analyst so not sure how tech industry timelines go
A headhunter has reached out with a role that is offering 25k more than my current salary... I don’t necessarily want to leave my current job and am driving for promotion at the end of the year etc. And I also just really enjoy my teams and colleagues - I’ve built a lot of credibility and trust with our C suite... (I know they’re looking at my comp atm) but I want to ask for a pay rise to match or at least get close to The ‘market rate’ for my role... I hate these conversations... any advice?!
I mean, as a recruiter, I agree. Why would I go out of my way to offer you more than what you think you're worth? I had a candidate who asked for $30K less than the lowest number in our budget. And guess what? We gladly gave it to him and he gladly accepted. It'll suck when he finds out his peers without a degree are making 50k more than him but again, it's not my job to tell candidates what they're worth. What do you guys think?
My senior manager micromanaged me and treat me as an analyst. Can I raise this up with the leadership and leave the project? Senior manager is not willing to change after discussion.
What should I do to be promoted? The senior managers and managers that I work with said I was ready for manager but none of the partners supported me in CRT for promotion. I feel crushed and demotivated.
I was offered software engineer designation on the offer letter but on the workday portal it is application developer. For the companies I am interviewing have marked software engineer as designation. I asked IBM GBS HR about it and they said on the releiveing letter, it will be application developer,So will there be any issue if the designation is different from offer letter. I didn't had any promotion. IBM
Is a promotion within 6 months realistic at Kearney or am I being sold snake oil? Sr. Associate to Manager. MBA.
I love that so many recruiters are going after Accenture folks. I was a bit depressed after not being given a raise or bonus. These new opportunities are awesome and are bringing a smile to my face.
So what is the raise for CBS folks? 2%?
My company does yearly standard of living + merit raises that are supposedly negotiable. I didn’t get the yearly raise last year because it was delayed until after I was promoted and I was ineligible. I have a new boss, AM and planning team, so I feel like I’m doing a lot right now. We also just won $400k in new business, which I helped pitch. What is a fair raise to ask for/how do I position it? Never done this before!
When will the nomination window for PA to A will start in this Quarter. I have missed getting promotion last cycle itself If any of you here know about this information please help.
Hi need some help...recently got a job offer which pays 25k more than my current base. My current base is 150k and I had asked for a 25% raise but the final base offered is 175k plus bonus and stocks. Yoe 7 in total. I just feel like the base is too less and I am worried that if I ask for more they might rescind the offer. Has anyone been through something similar? I dint wanna post it on other bowls I am looking for more of a woman's pov. Appreciate any advice that u may have. 🙏
I've been interviewing with a company for a few weeks now. The recruiter has emailed me on a number of occasions on the weekend. Should I take this as a reflection of the company's WLB or am I reading into things too much?
NYC freelance team who quit an FCB gig early this past Wednesday, please DM me. Especially the writer. I took over for you. 😳
Any insight into what an analyst lateral process is at a BB? I’ve heard these sometimes skew heavily technical, and sometimes heavily behavioral
Had a final round interview almost two weeks ago. Sent a follow up email last Friday. Have not heard anything yet. I assume this is a bad sign?
Appreciate Gaga not making a political speech
I am mentally burned out and struggling to even prepare for an interview. I'm afraid they'll notice. Help?
My original wedding date is coming up (we postponed to 2021) and we want to do something to celebrate it, but we don’t want to actually get married on the day. Anyone have good ideas for how to celebrate?
Can anyone provide a referral for Facebook?
Interviewing for expert consultant role at BCG. Can anyone provide insight into typical salary range?
Worst questions to hear from senior colleagues: 1.) Have a second to chat? 2.) How busy are you? 3.)...............
I received offer from HCL It's
22+ 3 variable pay=25
Capgemini: 24+ 0.5= 24.5
Tech Mahindra: 24+3 L VAR= 27( asking for wf office from next week)
Global Logic: 21 Fixed
Only 7 days are left in NP which one should I join interms of wlb and good project.
What is a sign there is no growth opportunity at your agency and what do you do about it if anything? Are you ok contuining in the position you've already been in for 5 years, doing your job in the same capacity for years to come (different campaigns, same bullshit), knowing not much will change? Or would you leave?
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