Any suggestions for escaping the ops life? Just took level 3 and have been doing interview prep... unsure how long I should look internally before looking outside of the nest
My 1 month old is extremely cranky and fussy around me but calm and playful when she’s with other members of the family ( e.g. MIL). She seems to need me only when she’s hungry. I am doing all I can to be there for her but it breaks my heart when she seems to prefer others over me. I have broken down many times in the last month feeling rejected by my own baby. It’s a blow to my confidence as a FTM and feel like a failure. Not sure where I have gone wrong...
Does having a certification boost your chances of getting a call from the industry? I’ve got some extra time on my hands and wondering if it might be worth pursuing a cert
What are some consulting firms that have local staffing models around the Bay Area? Love the work I do, hate the travel :/ I know Revel is one, but couldn't find any others. Note: not healthcare focus
Surprised to see no discussions on comp.. I'll bite the bullet. Analyst 3 GS Ops 88k base plus around 12k in over time. Plus a modest bonus.
Sunday afternoon flight. And I left my 2-week old jabra 🎧 in the Uber. And a bunch of Richards putting 2 bags into the overhead. Great start to the week!
I hate how my remote CD doesn't respond to my emails, text messages for a project due yesterday. Like what are you doing?!?
What time is typical to be expected to be on the client site, on a travel role. Say you are flying out Monday. Are you in the office at 9:00AM? What’s your schedule? How early to the airport?
Has anyone flown on long haul flights (10 hrs or more) since the pandemic? If so, have you contracted or known anyone who has contracted the virus from the flight?
Anybody ever assert their dominance in walkthroughs by flaunting your full head of hair when your client is rocking an aggressive combover?
Hello! I’m preparing for an interview, and I’d like to know what are some really good purpose driven brands. Any thoughts? I’d really appreciate the help 😊
2.5 hours of submitting expenses. An empty amex buffer feels good. Oddly, it's like a great bowel movement.
People who were able to change career in a field you didn’t have much experience, how did you do that? For example, your job isn’t about design but able to move to a somewhat design related position kinda deal. What would be the best way to build relevant experience in those fields?
Interviewing for M&A IT integration at Deloitte. Any idea what to expect for the tech screening and onsite rounds? What topics to brush up on? Salary expectations? And also how is the culture overall