You ever known someone who just stopped working and cut all contact without notifying anyone? How long did they continue getting paid before someone realized?
I joined Cognizant in June 2021. And I received a variable pay for 190 days (Till Dec 2021). I plan to leave in April and will be leaving the company by June. Will I get the remaining days of variable pay?
How do you deal with sudden bouts of overthinking/worrying about possible faux pas after the fact? I might have said things in a bit of an insensitive/awkward way or not worded the best, and I just cant stop thinking about it. It's probably not that severe and nobody is thinking about it.. but my mind just keeps returning to it
Is it good option to switch from Citi to BNY ? How is BNY different/Better than Citi in terms of tech stack, WLB, culture, perk n benefits , Hybrid model ? Citi BNY Mellon | Pershing employees please provide your inputs
What tools do you use to manage a large engagement and keep track of everything going on?
McKinsey & Company Bain & Company Anyone would be interested in sharing a Crafting case account? Their Structuring Drills and Analytics Academy seem great and they cost $197 each. McKinsey & Company Boston Consulting Group Bain & Company
What are the best 3 accounts to work on at Leo?
HCL is asking to come to the office thrice a week now.
Since no one from my team is in Pune, I have an option to go to any nearby HCL office.
Can anyone tell me which office is better to go between HCL Magarpatta office and Quadra office in Pune?
Could anyone suggest how is the job security in Accenture? Yes I know worrying IT job security is not good thing but I just wanted to check because many recession are going on that's why because I am the only one managing financial thing for my entire family. Accenture Tata Consultancy Infosys IBM Cognizant
What salary to expect in UBS for Authorised Officer ?
8 years of experience
Last drawn 7.45L per annum
Can I please have some insights of TSYS regarding WLB, job security and growth opportunities for Devops Engineer.
Anyone have thoughts on buying property when you’re single at 29? At first, I was thinkin of buying a condo so I could rent it out once I meet and marry someone. But, deep down, I don’t want a condo. I want a house. I don’t think I should plan my wants around waiting on some future man. With that, I am set on getting a house. I am wondering how big it should be bc it’s just me. No man, no kids. I want a nice, big house but I am wondering if that make sense. Why? Should I just stay in my aprtmnt?
Best marketing books/videos for a brand new advisor that is building their book from scratch?
Joining the London VCA team in a few weeks and as a consultant but petrified of my 5 month probation period. Never experienced this at Deloitte. Is this normal? Seems like an inordinate amount of time? TIA!
Does protiviti hire SC’s from other firms into manager positions? Or do you usually have to start as an SC to become an M?
Is UBS better than Wells Fargo for Risk and Controls role (Lead Control Management Officer - AVP)? YOE - 11.5, CCTC - 17, Wells Fargo offer - 25 Lakhs (fixed) + 4.2 (variable). Yet to attend UBS interview.
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Starting a new role (product analytics) at a tech startup next week after spending 3+ years at media agencies. Bored while taking a break between jobs. AMA.
Looking at Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, or Texas McCombs for their part time MSBA. Does anyone have any personal experience with any of these programs?
I’m at 110k in a super cheap city and I’m not that talented. I got a 140k offer recently but it’s banking 🤮. I turned it down. The raise I was promised fell through. Now I’m bitter. Help?
Does anyone have experience with a MS Business Analytics program? Obviously it’s not going to equip you to lead in a true Data Science role but curious to get perspective in other potential applications (re: Strategy and perhaps Ops roles?)
Interested to hear what vital skills a snr digital analyst should have including preferred experience, degree etc
My career path to an analyst has been non-linear so trying to see if I should upskill
Has anyone here joined SAS Institute recently? I received a HireVue interview request for a marketing position at SAS and wonder if anyone could tell me what kind of questions are asked during the HireVue interview?SAS
Critical Mass is very soon opening a position for a Marketing Science Analyst - based out of Chicago, but location shouldn’t be an issue if you’re in the US as we are largely a liquid talent company.
Its a great opportunity for entry/mid level analysts who are keen on challenging analyses and seek growth.
You’ll be working on the team I am on and I am more than happy to answer more specific questions in a DM!
Should I stay in marketing or transfer to data? I have more experience in mktg, meaning higher salary short term, but data has higher salaries long term.
I have an economics degree. 4 YOE & around 1Y for marketing analytics.
Shoot for Data Analyst ? Marketing Analyst?
The perfectionist post made me think this is a good place to ask: how do you deal with a manager or team lead who's micromanaging or refusing to delegate? I like my team lead but everything down to the smallest detail has to be checked and rechecked by him and it slows down EVERYONE else. Our team is doing really good work, it's just taking longer than it should and it's frustrating to feel like he doesn't trust our skills at all.
Anyone know of any tools that can scrub user comments from a paid Facebook ad (via preview link or other) into an Excel or csv? Please and thank you!
I can't be the only one nervous about this. My bet is on Google to make an identifier, lock up all analytics within ADH and kill all the AWS data lakes out there.
Just accepted a position at Publicis and this will be my first time working at an agency, any advice? (All I know about agency life is from Mad Men)
Can anyone shed light on working in CXM specifically at Merkel? I had an interview recently that went well, but tbh I don't know that much about CXM. Curious what the work is like? Career progression etc?
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I had the same thought process as you at my current agency but as time went on, I’ve grown into many different unexpected roles within the analytics department that continued to advance my career after 5 years. At this point, I’m waiting until I no longer feel challenged in my role or I don’t see opportunity for growth anymore when I will decide to leave. This works for me, although I know that if I bounced around companies, I would likely be paid more at this point - but I’m ok with it because I’m satisfied in my job and recognize the grass isn’t always greener.
How long have you been a junior, and how long does it take to become an analyst? Not at R/GA so unfamiliar with the path. What does your compensation look like now, and what would it be at analyst and manager levels?
You do you. 4 months is a nice, aggressive evaluation of your skill set so I'd say you're too aggressive in looking for a evaluation of your role at this point, tbh. 10% is low for a jump in title but about par if you stay with the same company. Leaving a company, I'd look for 25%-50%, but after a year or two of experience. It's been a while since I've been at your level so ymmv.
Ill be honest i was not loyal in my career start but do what feels right to you. Seems like they think you're a good analyst.
I don't know which industry you work in currently. If you love any programming language and want to work on it more, I don't think analytics in agencies would be a good path. They won't compensate you enough for that skill. Most of the work in agencies has to do with reporting which I find pretty basic and if you do use any programming language, it won't be for any complicated models. If you don't want the advanced level analytics stuff you can search for manager roles at agencies.You can always jump ships for higher pay. If you want the the advanced level stuff , agency is not the place to be. In-house opportunities or tech companies would be better places. If you are currently in non-technical role, I think it's easier to get technical role where you work currently. Once you have the title you can move to other places.