Generally, should consultants wait to be promoted to senior consultants before pursuing an exit? What is the trade off of exiting before SC?
Greetings fellow Sneaker heads, I am currently looking for my next opportunity and looking at HR business partner/ HR Generalist or Associate HR manager. I’m open to remote work and East Coast and Midwest. Thank you for your Help.
PwC folks, noob question - if already worked 40hrs in the week by Friday morning, and don't have client work, do you charge anything for Friday (e.g. G&A code) or leave blank?
Anyone know a salary range for Third Party Risk Management Engagement Lead 1 at EY? Thanks so much
Anyone go from KPMG to PWC? Was wondering if you can speak to how the transfer was regarding any major changes in benefits/perks/etc, and how learning the new firms tech was
does anyone have any prep materials for Capital One’s sr business analyst case interviews? I have two weeks to prepare, but I haven’t done a case interview in a couple of years
What cert to go for next? Currently have AWS-SAA and Security+. Thinking about CISSP but how difficult is it compared to the AWS-SAA?
I just call a call to pick up my two tone sub, got on the list a year ago and I’m in a better position financially than I anticipated. Have been really wanting the gold Daytona with oysterflex. Does anyone know how hard it is to get it? Are there long lists? The sub was going to be temporary until I could save more but now I feel like it’s very unnecessary.
I am due to take 2 weeks parental leave sometime in the next month and have an offer lined up. Is it better to tell the new place I would prefer to push my start date to take my leave and join two weeks after (accounting for 2 weeks of notice when I get back)? Would that be burning a bridge with current firm (taking leave and giving notice as soon as I am back)? I want to avoid losing 2 weeks of salary during that time if I can.
If you care about the economy, remember how poorly Republicans bungled the COVID response the next time you're at the ballot box.
Currently talking to recruiters for a new job and it is honestly such a turnoff when they talk too much about having a strong company culture and/or talking about making sure I'm a good fit culturally. For me that borders on culty and is a red flag. I would much rather hear from a recruiter that a workplace's "culture" is that they are accepting of all cultures, diversity, and personality types.
Hi 🐠, is there any good 1-yr program in the US? MBA or alternative programs? I would like to get a masters exposure but cannot afford spending 2 years away...
One of my employees is the only one in the firm who knows how to use a critical piece of outdated software. I overheard them speaking about accepting a job interview. Should I get them to train another employee?
Thoughts on switching to a mid-tier or local firm? Currently, work for a big 4 and feel I’m getting screwed over on manager promotion.
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