What does it mean when someone says that "we are a high leverage organization"? That phrase came up in an interview. I don't remember the full context, but it definitely wasn't in the context of debt - something about the organization's activities, how it makes an impact, hierarchal structure, or something else. It was an interview with a VC firm.
Lots of articles say it’s meaningless/less impactful to begin a convo with the typical “hey, how are you?”...What’s your take here? Let’s say you have an interview and the recruiter will call you at 9am. How do you answer the phone?
Hi there! I studied abroad at LSE in college and it's my dream to move back to London...I am thinking of applying to the global rotation program at my firm does anyone know of any openings at London offices/advice on this?
Does anybody here have experience working in a strategy/operations function at a hedge fund? I’m interested to hear what your experience has been like; currently interviewing now
Tips on Facebook Product Marketing interview. Anyone have insights into the case study presentation and the technical interview questions?
What’s a good reason for wanting to leave your firm within couple months to say for an interview?
Have an interview with EY FDD that includes a case and meeting with two senior managers. I heard the case was excel intensive. Any ideas on what to expect?
During interview, are there any questions on clients? petition was approved for client A and now working for client B from same worksite. Does it call for amendment with new 797A?
Creative interview. Bring resume?
Is it unethical to apply to other jobs on my own while also working with a recruiter? I’m not applying to any companies that the recruiter has sent me roles for.
How to politely not move forward in job interviews? After having the first phone call interview I’m honestly not too interested but scared to burn the recruiters that are helping me.
How often do companies you interview with reach out to your current firm/team/managers about your performance? (Wondering if I need to take this into account as I start recruiting for tech jobs)
If a company reached out to set up a phone interview and you replied with times you were available, would you follow up with them if it's been 1.5 work days since you emailed them and they haven't set anything up?
Should I remove undergrad internships from my resume now that I have 3.5 years of full time experience? I worked 20 hours per week during the semester and 40 hours during the winter/summer breaks for two of my four internships. I'm applying for cybersecurity positions and those internships were more IT focused (configuration management, IT asset, etc).
Anyone had an interview with PwC FDD recently? How long did you wait after the HR call for an interview?
Has anyone interviewed with Microsoft for a Program Manager II role lately? If so any tips or advice, I have mine coming up this week!
Never did a real interview in my life, and bad at interviewing. In this case would it be better to go through a recruiter over referral? Since they would help prep me more and tell me what to expect
Anyone interviewing for Wharton at Philly? Would like to form a group to practice. DM me if you are interested.
"Is it as Asperger Syndrome, or legit sociopathy....🤔." Serious question I have about a client. Legit can't tell.
Has anyone been approached by a recruiter for a success architect role at ServiceNow? Any insights would be great.
Anyone heard of YipitData? Thinking of applying there. Curious about their product, culture, and comp. Glassdoor seems suspicious
My agency just unveiled pension provision at the legal minimum as if it's a massive perk. Still lags everywhere else I've heard of. Jokers
Anyone know anything about Room 214 agency in Boulder? A buddy is interviewing there - is it a good place to work?
Looking at EY for Sr Manager level role. I see that 401k match is low. But they have a pension plan. Can anyone throw some light on how it works ? Is it worth it? How do the contributions grow over 2, 5, 10 years ?
Seeking advice: anyone have experience dealing with a meddling sister-in-law (brother’s wife)? She’s constantly overstepping the bounds of what I think is appropriate (I.e., bossing around my elderly mother, getting rid of things without asking my mothers permission, changing my mothers decor). It just doesn’t feel right for her to do these things to my mother/interject in family affairs like this. Understandably brother doesn’t want to get in the middle of it. How to handle this?
So I’ve reeaallyyy been trying to get to Google for years now. Recently applied for 2 roles with a referral. Anything I can do besides wait right now? Sorry a bit anxious
Dca slammed post veterans day. Get there earlier than you typical “8 min to boarding time”
Seeking to transition out of the current industry into cloud computing. Spent the last 2+ years learning and acquiring experience in AWS, CI/CD, Jenkins, AWS Pipeline, GitHub, and Terraform. Honing Bash and Shell scripting. Picked up certifications as a PMP, AWS Cloud Practitioner, and AWS Solution Architect Associate along the way. Already have an MBA. What is the best way to break into the cloud and/or DevOps community? Which consulting firm is a great platform to start with?
Anyone have their CISSP? Any study tips?
Are companies allowed to record your skype/phone interview without telling you and without an NDA or other form signed?
Technically unassigned this week, but ended up working from home on random shit I needed to finish or start; how to tell boss I want Friday off? just don't turn on computer? PTO maxed
Beginning to be concerned that new first years are going to be making more than me after my raise (A2)... Does this ever actually happen?
What might compensation look like for a BA2 role doing OCM look like as someone with 2-3 years direct experience?
Hi folks! While we get through this quarantine, if anyone of you is interested in learning classical Carnatic music virtually(via Skype/similar) from a qualified and experienced music teacher, please-
Now that Democrats control the House, the Senate and the Presidency you Republicans are finally going to get what you deserve. Lower cost health care, affordable college, a higher minimum wage, a just immigration system and more COVID relief
I have an interview with a "biglaw" firm tomorrow afternoon-- any last minute tips or advice from those who work in big firms? I'm a 6th year associate and have never worked at a firm with more than 5 other attorneys. The interview is going to be with a panel of "at least" three partners and the pressure is on.
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