Black (Stone vs Rock), which one has better exit ops for technical manager role. What’s the bonus potential?
I'm a Project Manager at the Senior Consultant level with about 3 yrs of experience in tech consulting (overall 8+ years of experience incl. other industries) and looking to make a move to NYC for a similar role (with potential to move to Director role shortly after). What would be a range of pay I should ask/aim for?
Applied for an SM position at pwc and interviewers mentioned that it is for an SM position as well. But the offer came out as M. Recruiter said it is just a title and doesn’t have any implications but more I look, it does look like an downgrade. Is this common? I am currently an SM and it is in tech consulting area.
Was laid off in April and just got an offer for 25% more than i was making but for a role that I am not too excited about. Times are tough and i do need to get income. How bad is it to accept but continue with the rounds of interviews I started for roles I am more excited about?
I feel like these “incredible” exit opportunities consulting gives you is only applicable to MBB (i.e, companies only value MBB experience vs others). Any successful exits from Big 4 folk?
Any insights on google’s business process re-engineering vs program manager role in finance? Which has better career opps, interesting work and pay?
Recently started a new gig (less than three months). Team is great but client is a nightmare, deadlines and workload are insane and unforgiving and the type of work is a dead end road creatively. Another recruiter reached out with a role that is closer to the kind of work I want to be doing - is it awful to jump ship so soon? The agency is great but in remote mode I don’t have any interactions outside my team. Recruiting agency is newer and less established. Advice?
I have 2 YOE at a tier 2 consulting firm and just graduated top of class with an MS at a target school. How do I go about networking/getting a referral to transfer over to MBB?
Help! Interviewing for a Senior CW role. Anything specific questions I should ask or will be asked?
How is KPMG Advisory doing in respect to other Big4 firms? How is the brand perceived in exit opps? Career development? Leadership capability? Culture? Heavy questions Ik haha
Is there a difference between biz ops and regular strategy and ops role at Google ? They reached out for stat ops role but I heard biz ops is more consulting .
Howdy fish, currently interviewing at KPMG for a associate role in major projects advisory. I’ve gone through the phone screening and the interview with 2 directors. Next interview is with 2 SM. What kind of questions can I expect in that interview?
Expecting my first child in Nov and starting a new consulting role in a few weeks. Totally new field for me coming from engineering. Any advice for starting the new role and handling mom life?
I have received an offer for a 50% increase in TC to go into a Sales (Solutions Consultant) role. I don’t really want to leave consulting as I left sales 3 years ago to go back to consulting. However my wife and I are expecting and she will no longer work after we have our child. As much as a I don’t want to jump again or go back to sales I’m at an impasse between doing work I enjoy or living (and paying) for the life we enjoy. Anyone experience this dilemma before? Thoughts or advice? ￼
Any EY PAS folks who can assist with a referral?
Has anyone ever worked with OOH agency Encompass Media? www.emgmediainc.com. thinking of hiring them for a campaign. Thx
Was hired into a company at a level that was more junior than my skills (Was out of work due to pandemic for a year). I’ve been at the company 5 months. We’re going through a reorg and my new position will really be leveraging my years of experience more so than other role. Is it appropriate to discuss a raise/adding senior to title? Or should I do the job and then prove myself then talk about raise. I have more experience than the senior members of my team.
My in-laws think any woman or black person in a leadership position is there because of diversity and that companies shouldn’t try to put any effort into promoting diversity in their recruitment because it harms minorities as people will always think those minorities are in a position of power only because they were hired because of gender/race quotas. They also think it’s perfectly justified in prioritizing hiring a woman over a man (all else being equal) because of potential for ‘me too’. 😣
What is the best certification to pursue in this area? Looking at SHRM-CP but want to learn more about others.
What’s the longest commute you could tolerate? I’ve never had a commute unless you count an internship 7 years ago for two months. I live close to city and I’m looking for new job but to really jump in salary and opportunities I have to look in the city.
Alright so there’s a thing called reclaim my status. If you had a reason why you lost status in the last year or two like COVID, baby, new job, etc. You need to submit some basic documentation and they give you that status for 3 months with a DRASTICALLY lower threshold to make the status permanent and even higher tiers are much easier to obtain during those 3 months. Google “reclaim my status Delta”
Are you union or non-union?
Is it a bad sign I haven’t heard anything after a second round interview a week ago? Ideally I thought I would have heard some news already since the interviews went well..
Didn’t eat lunch or dinner. Would you judge me if I ordered two different snack boxes on my flight?
Anyone know of any senior strategy openings? Just got laid off and would greatly appreciate any leads.
I'm a 'Consultant' who's worked as a Product Owner / Agile team lead throughout my career (3yrs) . This does involve client facing day to day activity . But I'm wondering where my career is going? Are delivery/POs really consultants? And is being a PO the right path to product manager, if I wanted to go to tech?
Ladies have you ever fallen for a guy over text? This guy is so hot and cold with me and we’ve never met - but have such a great time texting. It’s so confusing. He lives 4.5 hours away from me and works 6 days a week (sometimes 7). We were supposed to meet some time back and then his mom got sick and then I got covid and then he got this job... and we never met again. What do I do ? He rarely ever initiates conversations these days, but when I do message him he’s on a roll.
Just accepted a new role & was told I need to transfer any brokerage accounts to the new institution. I have an account with Robinhood that has insignificant funds. By when should I sell my stocks or transfer them to the new institution? What did you do in this scenario ?
Has anyone heard of Innerspin? Can’t find much on Glassdoor. A friend had an interview and we’re worried the offer is going to come with shitty pay
About to start traveling A LOT. Do people recommend southwest or United? Flying out of Chicago and equidistant to midway and ORD.
Considering applying for an entry level business analyst (consulting) position at a competitor Big 4 firm. I just completed my first year in audit, so I’m wondering if it’s still appropriate for me to apply as entry level instead of experienced hire?
Piggy backing off the question a few posts down: Company offers Roth 401k and a traditional. I make 75k and it's my first year out of college. I'm leaning towards maxing the Roth 401k. Any suggestions
Having a tough time understanding non-tech leveling for jobs at Facebook. What level/pay band should someone align to with 8 years of b4 strategy experience in a non-tech program manager role? Base+bonus+RSU. Don’t know if location matters anymore but position is aligned to NYC.
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