Hey 🐠, curious your thoughts on two roles. 27m finishing non-MBA grad school while working. First I’d a manager-level BD role for a startup (but public) company im really excited/energized by. 150k base with 15% bonus and equity. Second is a senior manager level growth & partnerships role for a slightly larger company that’s cool but I’m less enthusiastic about. 165k with 20% bonus and equity. Ignoring equity considerations, would you take the job with lower pay if the company is more exciting?
Is Zoom hiring? Their revenues must be up by 500%
Thoughts on a Solution Engineer role for Salesforce an an exit opp? How is it working for SF?
Almost 2 years at accenture and I will be at my fking 5th week at the bench. Anyone knows when do you get laid off? Also, if anyone has an open role please let me know! Lvl 10 CMT, Tech Analyst
Thoughts on firm hopping instead of to industry? Thinking of PWC to Slalom hop. Pros: small pay bump, better city, leadership role (no client work) Cons: still consulting, rebuild network, exit?
I don’t think I could make this up. Interviewed with a recruiter, hiring manager, in house counsel, legal staff. I was told I was in final and was asked to supply half a dozen references who all submitted written recs. No decision so I was asked to interview with in house clients. Company still can’t make a decision so I am being asked to submit my final overall desired comp package. Mind you - this is not an AGC, DGC, or GC role, and not even F500 company. Thoughts? Is this normal now?
I am looking for RPA CoE lead/manager role. I have 2 years solid RPA experience setting up the practice from ground up, setup governance, support processes and managing the implementation of over 60 bots to production in SAP, HR, service desk, etc with ROI of 28000 man hours. Moreover I did business development with internal teams to get teams started with RPA. I have over 20 years IT experience including infrastructure and project management.
BCG folks - how is the interview process? Have an internal role call in a couple of weeks
Is buyside transition still viable after 3.5 years to associate position? I have pretty significant valuation / CDD experience. Assuming most viable opps are in VC/growth equity, rather than PE; correct me if you’ve had a different experience.
Considering of making a switch from Federal to a commercial sector. Tough since I love the industry but the exit opportunities are just too challenging. Thoughts on relatively adjacent industries/sectors for someone like myself (who’s social impact and public service orientated) to consider? (e.g., Public Pensions Funds)
Can anyone from Deloitte refer me for this job role?
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Any agencies in NYC/Chicago hiring copywriters from Toronto (Canadian citizen so will need visa) or is that out of the question for the next foreseeable future? I don’t see much upward mobility in Toronto so I’m curious as to whether Canadian writers have made a move south.
Anyone with Korn Ferry? Had a phone screen about a Sr Assoc role within their Tech practice around talent acquisition. Any info is helpful.
Let's cool it with the layoff threads team. Consulting is up or out and the business model depends on 15-20% churn to work. Unless you're seeing 1 in 5 people quitting expect some firings every year
So what’s the protocol on being harassed by a former employee - one that reported to you but that the company on the whole fired. For harassment, no less. This guy just can’t let it go after YEARS.
I started a new role recently. During the hiring process, I negotiated to be remotely 100% and come into the office (I’m somewhat local) for major events or trainings. My manager left his role a month after I started, so I’m temporarily reporting to his manager. I emailed him recently so he would be aware of this arrangement, but he doesn’t seem supportive of this. I would not have taken this role if it wasn’t fully remote. Is this still negotiable?
Possibly a dumb question from an intern but why do people go into specific software jobs? For example kpmg has oracle, workday, Salesforce, etc. I see this being super dead end unless you plan to work in that software forever and move up that way. I don’t see many exit opps and personally doesn’t seem fun to work on one software everyday. Please let me know if missing something
Any Salesforce Admins mind sharing their salary and YOE? I’m looking at transitioning to an admin role from Salesforce consulting and am wondering if it is worth it.
Roasted parsnip soup with harissa and frizzled onions for crunch. Lunch is great when you have time to cook on the weekend! Inspired by this https://themom100.com/recipe/harissa-spiked-parsnip-puree/ but I roasted the parsnips first to Carmen Electra a bit. Onions courtesy of Trader Joe’s.
Flying international with the wife and hyper kid.... checking bags is like slow torture lol. Just remembered they don't have global entry either.
Has anyone gone through Acupuncture therapy for stress management? Just thinking about all those needles is stressing me out
Hi guys What happen if I informed to the manager I am resigning after bond period, by informing can it lead my decrement of my salary hikes??? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 thanku in advance
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