Junge Junge, im PWC Bowl fliegen mal wieder so richtig die Fetzen auf die Frage, warum Comp höher ist...
Any San Antonio 🐟 here? Thinking about relocating from Chicago and am wondering if it is a good place to raise a family
Just got my new promotion paycheck. After taxes I'm making $100 more a month. Drinks on me! And by drinks I mean a case of bud light, box of wine if you're lucky 😉🍻
Things you shouldn’t say when asking for a raise : -I don’t want to live in a walk up any more. -I don’t want room mates. -I asked around and I should be making more. -I don’t cook and only eat out.
How does comp work for entry level IBM CbD program consultants? Is it flat for all or do they pay ppl differently
Wife just got an offer to go from KPMG (Manager up for promotion to SM) to Deloitte (as Manager) do you recommend pushing SM or come in as Manager with runway. Also, any recommendations for first 6m?
Deloitte 🐠 what’s the salary range for senior manager in healthcare with consulting experience from a non-big four with a masters degree... Chicago
My nephew got a freelance gig as a social content manager/creator... what should be his day rate / hourly rate?
Fellow Fish - Whats the min. time one has to be in the system to be considered for a perf. appraisal? If I join next month and believe the PY ends in Sept, Would I be eligible for a raise in Jan 20?
We've focused on networking and self promotion through a monthly newsletter for our new business process; sprinkled in with a tiny bit of RFPs. We're considering doing a mailing to targets. Thoughts?
Working towards early promotion, talked with Relationship leader and was told it is on the table. Acting senior on 3 engagements. Pros vs cons on early promotion. Or other thoughts.
CRT discussion setup post promotion day party 😔 is this a clear indication that I didn’t make it ?
Brought in as an analytics SME to help validate a client model in an industry and sector and account i am very unfamiliar with. Little direction or guidance so I followed up with my M to ask what exac
A/SAs on call center roles - I can confirm the C11/C10 talent discussion call I was on didn't hold these roles against the individual. Performance was generally treated like any other role. Also, if you had a legit role during the year, there was more emphasis on it.
I am in my first trimester and feel absolutely terrible everyday, but I feel I am still too early in my pregnancy to tell anyone. Any advice on how to speak with your manager/partner about work travel
Don’t ignore these symptoms...I did, and it cost me dearly. Treat it like any other medical condition, and see a doctor. https://www.healthline.com/health/physical-symptoms-of-anxiety?slot_pos=article_1&utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=anxiety&utm_content=2020-08-24&apid=33057117
How seriously do you take client services? Are you really just more focused on getting the job done and leaving that up to senior level people?
Younger vs. older MDs -- do y'all notice any major differences in their managing styles? One of the older MDs on my team is so set in his ways, drives me up the wall!
literally spent most of the day emailing the client back and forth, back and forth and at the end of the day i still dont have what i need... ive never seen a shit show like this.
Fellow Slalomers, have any of you, esp those in larger offices, noticed a huge loss of culture and/or leadership transparency over the years? Seattle xm here and noticing things
Criminal work is slow, even in Chicago. I’m a solo in downtown Chicago. The virus is even causing everyone to stay home, even in Chicago. I’ve gotten a few cases but I’m barely surviving.
Any pointers on how to tell a colleague that he needs to shower and wear clean clothes to work? I can smell him from across the table and I don’t think i can invite him to client meetings today.
Have any strategists made the move over to consulting or client-side as a brand manager? Curious about your experience/why you made the move...
Do people really not get client exposure? Have read few posts of people saying they don't get client exposure. Heard this before going into consulting but have never experienced it. That would be sad.
I was referred to a consulting position in the Midwest but I would prefer to live in either Texas or California if offered to me. How do I communicate this during the interview process effectively?