For folks exiting to FAANG / Product at start ups or really any hot company. How do you go about networking to get the interview? Do you apply then cold email someone you may have an “in”with, or are you picking say 10 companies and then having warm contacts there that you’ll ping when you see a job. I’ve been passively looking for jobs but zero luck, I only want to leave for the right fit. Big 4 here so feel my brand won’t auto get me an interview like mbb/t2
Has anybody made the switch from Big 4 consulting to MBB? What was the interview process like, and how did you prepare?
I have landed an offer and have a couple of interviews lined up at different stages. How did you manage to align these timelines? They only give me a few days to consider the offer.
Genpact Hiring for below positions . Required female candidates only for diversity hiring . Interview will be scheduled on Saturday 9/18 . DM me if anyone interested . Consultant - 4+ YOE Lead consultant - 6+ YOE principal consultant -8+ YOE
How long do you keep applying before giving up all hope? I’m on month 6 and it’s not looking good.
Does it come off as arrogant when a candidate is transparent about their interviewing timeline with other agencies?
Anyone here interview at Affectiva?
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idk what i’m doing wrong - everyone seems to be getting interviews and I feel like no matter how many times i revamp my resume/ practice interviewing I’m still not getting anywhere
Having an interview with PwC DDV (Experienced hiring for senior associate). I did my research and talked to a few folks. Somehow they came in as MBAs so they had no ideas about the experienced hiring process and interview details. Anyone has any insights? Thanks a lot!
Best questions to ask in an informational interview with a Top-10 business school professor?
Looking for new HR opportunities, either remote (ideally east coast time) or in NC. Please reach out if you know of places hiring or can refer! Have been applying and interviewing, but nothing concrete yet. Would love some help!
My current firm is filing for H1B extension (and LCA) but at the same time, I am also interviewing and may potentially leave soon and my h1b will need to be transferred. Would this cause any issues?
Is it normal for companies to schedule more rounds of interviews with you after the on-site?
I hear daily about how understaffed we are, but I’m currently interviewing elsewhere. Any tips for telling engagement teams / partners if this works out?
What’s the interview process like at Index Partners / Coatue? Do they recruit via HHs as well?
I went through a pretty rigorous interview process for a marketing project manager but ultimately wasn't given job. Though most of the feedback was positive, the other candidate had more direct experience with the job responsibilities (digital assets, social media, etc.) My job/company dabbles in digital but it's primarily traditional media. How do I again the experience if I'm limited by the type of work we do?
Can I still continue to work for my current company A after another company B has applied for h1b transfer and it's already approved? Background- I received a very good counter offer after resigning from my current firm, and wondering if I can stay. Or is it mandatory to join the other firm once h1b transfer is approved.
Looking 2 move into industry but most stats on this forum are 4 USD. Directors/partners in the US make 300K-1M - ones here probably make 200K-500K. What salary range is good for senior industry roles.
What’s the biggest salary bump/raise you’ve had that didn’t involve a title change? Does such a thing even exist? 🙏🏼🤞🏼🙏🏼
Are paid interview prep bootcamps worth it? I see programs that charge hefty sums like 5% of your new salary, but only if you land the job you want. They aren't worth it for lateral moves but could they help me exit consulting to an amazing tech product role?
Agreed with my boss I am to get a title bump (currently at M responsibilities) and asked me to come up with suggestions of the title I want. Manager FP&A is most traditional choice but what has traction in the market as a finance manager title since I have the freedom to choose? Strategic Finance Manager? Thank you!
Guilty as charged 🙋🏻♀️
Got selected in H1B lottery and thinking of changing firms. Will doing so before approval invalidate my H1B application?
Looking at 401k. Some funds are -10%+ YTD, others are -1% YTD. Does that mean there is more upside to the -10%+ YTD funds? I'm staying away from energy ones, but looking at VEIRX, -17% for the year
Does anyone have experience of getting work visa in London or Amsterdam? Any advice would be helpful.
Strategy and implementation role (omni channel design) versus functional ownership (procurement and planning). How to think about pros and cons?
Chase UR is migrating systems, so they might not be able to find recent rewards bookings. Ask for a specialist if you have that issue - saved me a lot of time!
I'm a Microsoft Dynamics and C# Developer at a Big 4 consulting firm. But... working with Dynamics for the last 5 or 6 years is starting to wear on me. The salary is great because there is a shortage of qualified Dynamics developers, but I want to do something else, even if that's just back to being a run of the mill C# Developer. Maybe this is more of a rant or I'm letting off steam, but has anybody on here ever essentially gone from a specialized type of roll to more general role?
MBB folks: how often do your firms hire PhD's?
Hi Fishes, I have an interview next week for a Client Partnerships Manager role at a large entertainment company. I've never actually done a role like this. The focus would be a client partner for Tech, QSR & Finance clients. Can you all provide any insight or tips into this role whether you've done it or partnered with someone who has. Also, what do you consider the media & marketing process to be? And is QSR mean quick service restaurant. I come from the CPG & sale world. Thanks for any input.
Thoughts on Google RTO office date? Will it be pushed back more than Jan 10 with the holiday season and all? Don’t want to relocate if we will be postponing RTO
How do you keep track of billing? Worked in house for a decade. Made recent move to a billable firm.
Leaving Deloitte for a better consulting firm & a 50%+ raise. Thank you to D, if they didn’t pay me raises 1/10th the size of competitors, I would’ve never applied!
PSA : This is your sign from universe to go sparkle some sweat ! I got my workout done 💪, did you? 🤪
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