Joined EY TAS mid-Feb as staff 2 (had 1.5 yoe before in audit). With the October promotion now pushed earlier to August, am I still eligible to be considered for that promotion batch? I understand that I'll finish cycle 3 FY22 evaluation in May and maybe half of cycle 1 FY23 in July... Just not sure how the timing works. Also any advice on how to bring this up to the partners would be much appreciated! EY
Can someone share their thoughts? *ignore my job title, update still pending* TLDR: I have only had ~13 months experience but would like to ask for a promotion as my responsibilities are higher than some of my colleagues. Is this too soon? More info in comments because I have a character limit...
Can someone explain EOC reviews in context of promotion readiness? Should you be all “M” or above in all categories to be considered?
Any tips for asking for a mid year riase when a raise was already given in December/January? (7% for hitting above quota numbers) I started to realize the new external hires on my team make 10-15k higher than me for the same role. I am a top 3 performer but promotions and raises are usally only given based on hitting a certain number and at the EOY and often times that number is very hard to hit given the out of my control situations like acquisitions.
What’s the biggest raise you’ve ever received, either by being promoted or leaving for a different company?
Hi Fishes, I have received an offer for the role of Senior Manager (Accountant) from Congnizant for 20LPA (66% higher than current CTC) & Flexible Work Location. I'm already due for promotion in my current organization which gives me 20% hike from July 2022. If I consider this hike. Cognizant offer 20LPA is 38% increase. Should I ask more from Cognizant? Could you please tell your review about Cognizant - Pros & Cons (what you feel)? My research on Amibitionbox & Glassdoor results 80% Bad Review
Is asking for a raise at a company I’ve been at for 6 months to soon? I believe the work I’ve been doing is worth more than what I’m making now
Anyone know what is the eligibility for promotion in Harman and when that gets reflected? I have 9+ years of exp expecting designation change by this year. I completed 2.5yrs in Harman
My company has given me a promotion without a raise. Any suggestions on how to deal with this? Little background: Asked for promotion in late 2020 - was required to skill up, after skilling up, asked again about when I'll be promoted and was denied because there is no "vacancy" for it. Got my annual hike in Oct 2021 without the promotion. I asked HR last week again and got a random announcement email saying my promotion is w.e.f Oct 2021. ( and no raise for the newly promoted role).
Currently a 1.5 year tenure Consultant in Deloitte GPS RFA. Just received an offer from Guidehouse for $82K, a $16K salary boost from what I make currently. I am not up for a promotion to SC at this point. I've also heard Deloitte benefits are better, but would anyone have opinions on whether I should take the job?
An opportunity has risen that I will be getting a promotion from Manager to Director. I am a senior employee and historically have gotten anywhere from 5.5% - 10% raises in the past. What would be an appropriate promotion to director percentage raise? I am happy where I work and don’t want to go anywhere, but also want to be respected in a role with more responsibilities.
How did the compensation statements turn out for PDM folks? 1) Only AIP 2) Only base increase 3) Promotion (yes/no)
Hey all! Has anyone ever heard of people using an offer from another firm to get a promotion or progression and 30-40% raise at EY? Pros/cons?
Best company to work for? From a money point of view? I work for a startup right now since a year and haven’t gotten a raise yet...
Happy to have just received my promotion to senior manager after a very challenging year, backed by an even more challenging year prior. I've got my own beliefs what a senior manager does, or should do. I'm keen to hear transition challenges others have gone through when becoming a senior manager.
I am currently a biomedical engineer at @U.S. Food and Drug Administration with over two years of experience. I would like to hear everyone's experience navigating the GS increase (salary raise) as a government employee. Here are some questions for discussion. How long did it take you to be promoted to the next pay grade? What do you think contributed the most to that salary increase? If you transitioned into the private sector, what drove you to make this decision? Thanks!
Our new CMO has hired several of “his people” including a Director of SEO. I found out this Director is making $160K. Ive been with the company 3 years, make $120K in and was just offered a $15K raise. I contribute significantly more than this new Director and easily have 4X the workload + 5 more direct reports, but don’t feel like I’m being compensated for my true value. What can I say that lets leadership know I want to be compensated fairly (without bringing up the other Director’s comp)?
Hi fishes, I got offer from both Optum and Amelia(Ipsoft) for data science role. Optum offering 16+2(variable). Amelia offering 24.5 fixed. Will optum increase my pay based on this to which extent. My previous was 13.2 fixed before current hike and promotion which got ineffective due to resign. Suggest me what should I do and some light on the company. YOE: 2 Tech: Data science.
I have been offered 17 lpa fixed+ 75k joining bonus from PwC kolkata with current ctc 13.08 lpa in tcs. Recently I got a promotion and ctc increased to 15.03 lpa and I shared the promotion letter with pwc. They said I will get a call for offer discussion again. Could anyone tell if pwc will really revise the offer and how long will it take? How much ctc should I ask for? Yoe - 8.3 years, sap fico Designation offered - Senior associate
Does BNP APAC does background verification before sending offer letter or after sending the offer letter? I have not been asked about the educational certificates yet. They have only asked the PAN, PASSPORT and Current employer salalry slips and promotion letter. P.s - I have recieved the offer letter now. Will they be still doing any background verification or this is done ?
Looking to break into M&A consulting. What happens during “post-close”? Is this essentially PMI planning? Bit confused.
Hey everyone! Curious, does anyone have experience negotiating severance upfront with their compensation package? 👀 I work in media & entertainment, so with all these m&a going on, I'd rather have this conversation while it's still the honeymoon phase. Thanks!
Have ~125k in cash from the net proceeds of the sale of my house (moving states). Any recommendations of funds and/or other investments to evaluate during such uncertainty? No CC debt. Down payment on new property taken care of (3.7% mortgage rate so prob not worth increasing down) - Thanks!
Thoughts on Fundrise?
Assigned to 1D on a regional jet, you know where I’ll be 10 minutes before boarding? #dealwithit
Is it wrong to get your feelings hurt when someone does not appreciate a gift that you’ve spent real time, effort, money, etc to get? I bought my dad a high end Japanese specialty cooking knife for his birthday. Myself and my partner were so excited to give it to him. Really incredible craftsmanship and challenging to get here in the US….he did not seem to care at all. Obviously a mistake on our part, but now what?
Has anyone went from saas to benefit consulting? How was that transition? Was it worth it? I hear in benefits you get a book with recurring revenue.
EY senior consultant with fintech experience and have done financial services risk management at EY. How do I get into the MBB world? Any advice?
Some companies are not taking diversity beyond cosmetics and do not seem to be committed to equity and inclusion. Exhibit A: The credentials of some of the recently hired DEI “executives”. Exhibit B: Average tenure of said executives tend to be about 12 months. And parting tends not to be amicable.
I heard S&P Global recently fired so many people from Ahmedabad, Gujarat location. Is it true?
Long term is it better to stay in consulting and make partner or switch to tech and enjoy the RSUs? I’m a M making around 200k and on partner track but am having major FOMO that tech is much low-stress high-paying. Would love to get your thoughts here!
Any good resources to quickly ramp up on data strategy, data governance, and data monetization?
Does anyone work for the Bank of England and can tell me more about their culture, work-life balance and opportunities for career progression?
Can we still do a backdoor Roth conversion and have it count for 2021, or will this conversion count for 2022?
How much at minimum would you expect your salary to increase by, for you to make the decision to leave a company that you may be comfortable at?
Hi Fishes, I have a counter offer for 14.. and now got selected in Infosys and during hr round i said i have offer of 14 and expecting 17 fixed... But hr immediately told they can give only 15Lpa and 15VP in that 15L... I said atleast 17 including VP will be ok for me they said they will request for approval and get back to me on Monday but they didn't come back till now 5th April... Will infy come with change in the package..
Anyone work at Fireworkhq ? I would love to learn more about the culture. I am currently interviewing now
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