I’ve worked as a Histocompatibility technologist at a large company for 10 years. I am lead tech now and I know that I am underpaid and have been informed that no matter what extra degrees or certifications I obtain would end in a raise. I am an ASCP certified med tech and ACHI certified Histocompatibility specialist with a bachelors in clinical laboratory science. I’m tired of being undervalued. What’s out there for people with clinical lab background? Im willing to go back to school. Thanks!
To all the mid levels and seniors applauding juniors not getting any raises, I won’t be responding to your emails tomorrow. Shouldn’t be a problem since, as you never cease to remind me, I’m useless anyway.
@DeloitteConsulting what the hell are these Functional Domain Hours and am I screwed if I didn't finish them for this past year? This is my promotion year
Are small families are dead? I’m 30yo with four kids (and counting) and think big families are so much fun. Who else in this industry has 4+ kids? I get a lot of eyebrows when I tell people we have four.
Hi all, I am negotiating a strategy role offer in a large corporate but have concerns around pace of salary increase. They are currently matching pay as a manager but I heard salary will stay flat-ish till my next promotion in 3-5 years. Overall comp might increase by 1.5x vs today in 7-8 years and 2x in 10 years. This feels slow but it's a traditional mfg company. How does comp typically increase elsewhere over time, especially in say FAANG?
PY 21 was the year I was supposed to get promoted to scon. I gave my superbest that year . I got 6/6 yes from my leads for promotion yet didn't get promoted . May be because my coach didn't keep my case well. PY 22 I was put into a crappy project. Didn't get promoted gt released from it.this year I am up for promotion again my lead is supporting me and I am working for it . am really tired of this.what if even after working hard and getting support from lead n team it doesn't happen again? Tired :(
Ey, PWC and KPMG - People in these, are there any mid year promotion this time and if so, is it only promotion or are there hikes as well?
What is the best way to bring up a promotion with my manager? I’m a very awkward/shy person and I take on a lot of work without question, but I feel like I deserve a promotion. Please help
Asking for roughly 30% raise over current salary. Basis in my position: I was brought in for Assistant PM role, but due to personal reasons one of the PM’s I was working with resigned. I then stepped in in a pinch to manage his projects. Fast forward 18 months I am one of the top performers at the position, but grossly underpaid due to being brought in at such a lower rate. I have received approximately 18% in raises over the past 9 months but I am at the point where it’s time to get on par.
Hi All, Just wanted to check what is the highest Salary band for Analyst, I’ve joined last year in July. My tyoe is 3.75 years now and I’m getting 7LPA fixed, wondering how much hike I can expect this year. Scatterplot and metrics are all good and my coach confirmed that all reviews were positive and I can expect good hike and my promotion year would be 2023. I believe I’m getting less than the market value, I’m an SAP consultant. Should i expect market adjustment in this hike? Thanks in Adv
I got an early promotion but instead of feeling proud of myself or fulfilled i feel...nothing? I like my job and company and hope to stay and grow here so that isn't the issue but with all the heartfelt congrats detailing how I'm so deserving pouring out from coworkers i kind of just read them and go meh (i say thanks obviously). Should i feel happier?
I’m on an account where the director is super mean to people and they are not liked by a majority of the people. They find it hard to like good people themselves. For some reason; they like me and find me a strong worker with positive vibes. I am scared to mess up but I’ve become on their good side. They are supportive of my promotions as well. I want to stay since promotion is in sight, but also scared that so many people dislike working with them.
I started a new job at the end of September and now have an offer from another company. It’s a 13% raise. I don’t really like what I’m doing now and my current role doesn’t have the potential for growth in the future. I’m concerned that I won’t like the new job either. I’m doing corporate tax now and the new position is back office work for portfolio companies/funds. I need advice. My current position I have great work life balance but I’m not getting paid enough and don’t really like tax.
Got a promotion this week and first thing I did was update my dating profiles. Not sure if being a Sr. PM is better, or worse tho.
How much do you interact with your manager? I have bi weekly calls that last 10 minutes and it’s always “nothing new”. Aside from compensation/promotion timeline, what projects I’m on and what I will be on, I don’t ever talk to my managers about anything. Been this way my entire career
Currently an SC @ D - I have an offer at 10% TC raise, but got staffed with a team and client I really like on subject matter I enjoy. Offer is with a company I liked during interviews, but have some reservations based on 1hr commute (3days/wk) and behavior I saw (I.e., pretending they didn’t know something and asking me to explain, then telling me they’re an expert and were just testing me). Do I have Stockholm syndrome for wanting to stay, or should I wait for something better?
Was staffed on a project where I have almost zero experience or understanding of the work. A lot of accounting and FP&A processes which I have no background in. It’s only my 2nd project so part of me believes you have to deal with it. Obviously I’m curious if I should say something, raise it with a mentor or gut it out until the end. Thoughts?
A friend of mine has worked at her current job for around 6 years and has never received a raise (not accounting role). She emailed her supervisor to schedule a meeting to discuss compensation adjustment. The supervisor replied saying that they can discuss compensation during her annual review in May. How would you reply to that email? She likes her job and doesn't really want to look for a new one. But no raises in such is kind of ridiculous, especially in current environment.
I’m struggling with motivation at the moment. My promotion has only just taken place which should have happened at-least 8-9 months ago having worked in the job for 3years. It kept getTing postponed. Now that it’s happened, I feel like it’s a little too late and feel under appreciated and undervalued. I know I should be happy that it’s finally happened but I can’t help feeling like I was being held back where others were promoted a year or max two being in their roles. Ideas on shift in mindset?
If you're gonna comment on here and not even upvote your own comment then you're missing the low hanging fruit.
Anyone else just quit bothering to respond to recruiters? To random recruiters I mean. Not Fortune 100 or other firms - they're ok. Politely say no thanks or just delete?
Just made it through my second busy season and I'm up for promotion in August however I still feel like I don't know what the hell in doing. #cashforlife
Deloitte S&O - can anyone please share what was discussed in this morning's "touch points"? There is one for SMs and Ms and one for BA/C/SC.
The talent running up the west side highway everyday is phenomenal.... Just saw an girls ass that could crush an acorn
I wish places like Salt Lake City had a larger iBanking presence. The quality of life is just so much better than NYC and SLC is so beautiful, ugh!
Fuck my life.
What are your thoughts on the outlook of PwCs cyber practice? Some significant layoffs this year. Haven't heard good news either about new Cyber partners this year
I'm happy to get promoted to senior, but I'm feeling a little uneasy because my year end rating was a 3. Should I just ignore this feeling?
First six months at EY, got 3 out of 5 rating. Worrying I got no hope for promotion next year. What are ya all saying? Sad
Are ppl with adult ADHD ppl ever successful in the corporate world? exceptional cases, CEO of JetBlue, but what about the rest of us? I am a disaster. my clients with ADHD in their 40s-50s are too.
Why aren't there any baby wipe dispensers in the bathrooms?! Baby wipes da bomb diggity!
Was just notified I have a phone interview tomorrow evening for an industry strategy role. Have never interviewed for this type of position before. Should I just prep for it like any other interview?
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