Interested in moving/working abroad - does anyone have advice on searching for jobs internationally, how to be taken seriously as a candidate, etc.? Looking for tips and tricks as I plan next steps. For reference, I currently work at a Big 4 firm in the Advisory LOS.
Idk about y’all, but before WFH, I would always take my hour lunch bar anything important due. Now I am finding myself working through lunch and not taking a break. Anyone else experiencing this?
Why is so much dependent on utilization? Does leadership really think that people are sitting around doing nothing on the bench?
Hello! Using points instead of miles for the first time to book travel. If I book using Chase Ultimate Rewards, does my status still apply for free checked bags, group 1 boarding, and upgrades?
Has anyone moved from a regional firm to Big 4 as manager? Considering making the switch in the fall and curious as to what the hardest part of the change will be, aside from the hours.
How to layoffs work here? Just started and because of remote work I’m afraid I’ll be one of the first to be let go if they begin axing people 😬
I get the weirdest mails from recruiters on LinkedIn—who did Cap push out of the Big 4? Why the secrecy about the firm?
PE - what’s standard all in comp? And when do you get carry? How much loans do you take out to co-invest?
What is the ey annual pay raise like, for standard and promo year?...under non-pandemic conditions of course
Has anyone ever been yelled at for using personal cards for business expenses? I just got a Marriott card and am looking to rack up those points for the next month and a half.
So why don’t companies file PERM at the time of offer acceptance? And then before OPT expires, they can file 140 & 485 immediately without H1b? It’s the company’s responsibility to ensure our status!
I used to work at West Monroe Partners, it was a great place to work but we were severely under paid. Why cant a management team put the total package together of culture and comp? That would crush.
Question about a couple of opportunities that I am considering. 1. A consulting company which is willing to pay me more than the second opportunity but work is going to be based out of Toronto. 2. An insurance company and position is based in Kitchener/Waterloo. Does the extra pay make up for the diff in cost of living between Toronto and KW? Also will higher taxes based on tax brackets offset any advantage? Fyi 200k consulting vs 150-155k insurance. Assume future potential as same. Suggestions?