Was reached out to by a Vynamic recruiter
Really want to get into healthcare-specific consulting, but would love to move into this space along with a bump. Currently make $120k base ~10k bonus per year with 4.5 YOE.
Anyone know of Vynamic’s average comp at the Manager level & if I can expect an increase?
I'm currently in the final rounds of interviewing. If I get a formal offer how have you gone about negotiating vacation? I've given them my desired salary already so that's not an issue but I'm used to having 5 weeks of vacation time and I want to make sure I at least am give something somewhat comparable to that.
M34/Chinese. For those of you that have dated around in other cities, what do you notice is different in Chicago?
Coming from Manhattan, the difference in diversity is something that stands out to me a lot. I find here, that if I match or go on a date with someone that’s non-Asian, invariably I find that they’re into anime, K-pop, Asian culture etc.
Please help me to calculate the inhand salary
Base salary: 15000
HRA : 7500
Leave + food+city : 2150
Personal allowance :20604
Performance pay :7400
Total monthly: 52654
Annual salary(A) : 631848
Pf+gratuity (B) :30258
insurance (C) : 7900
Gross annual (A+B+C) :670000
Retention incentive : 30000
Total ctc: 700000
So I work in the worker’s comp line mainly handling central jurisdictions claims. I am 2 years within the position. What is a good salary stand point for a 2 yr los time adjuster with no past experience? I live in Illinois
Wondering about psychologist salary? I am just out of post doc fellowship and received a $100k offer for neuropsychologist position at MGH. Wondering if this is typically range
Can any plaintiff side securities litigation associates speak to typical base and total comp? I understand it can vary quite a bit by year but would appreciate a general range.
What is the comp model for partners at A&M
I’m a staff software engineer looking to get into technical project management. How big of a pay cut should I expect? I’m at $260K total comp
Does Wipro provide full offshore salary during short term onsite (UK)? Relocation policy mentions "If on allowance model you will be on payroll of home country". Can anyone who recently went please confirm if it's full salary or just basic? Wipro
What’s the biggest base salary increase you’ve experienced either internally or by jumping ship (both % and $ amount)?
Salary in job description said $130k-$150k. Recruiter mentioned this as well. If I were to get an offer, could I negotiate for $160k-$170k? Just want to know if it’s okay to ask for more than what they’ve said.
Hi all! Does anyone have insight into the salary range for a Cloud Solution Architect (CSA) at Microsoft in Sweden or the Nordic countries? YOE: 10 yrs. Thanks!
In-house salaries are always much harder to compare than private practice, so difficult to know if you’re getting a good deal. Would anyone mind posting salary / area of law / location / hours?
I actually don’t know much about compensation increases that come with promotions. What does the typical % increase look like for an internal recruiter? Just trying to understand all of the things.
Simon-Kucher & Partners Hi SKP, I have my final round interview for SKP tomorrow (entry-level consultant, about to finish bachelor's). I've come to learn that SKP is about to update pay bands in a few weeks to adjust compensation to be more in line with the market rate.
My question: If I were to get an offer following my interview tomorrow, would it be based on the new pay band or current one given I most likely wouldn't have my start date until January? How can I know which band it is?
Simon-Kucher & Partners
People who moved from a big agency to a boutique one, how was the transition? Do you miss anything?
Y’all, I wanted to some second opinions on a situation I’m in. So I’m hired as a fresh grad to be in the line of HR/people and organisation consulting. However recently a principal from another vertical has asked help for a project and I said yes because I am not on any projects and didn’t mind helping out. However it is to create a proposal deck for program management. I have no experience and can’t seem to grasp the concepts while linking it to the project aim. I have done research…
Contemplating taking a long-term personal leave.
Eight years in.
The client work will always be there. My sanity won’t.
Any advice from those who have taken personal leave before?
Does Comcast match the offer if we have a better offer from another company? Has anyone tried it? Comcast
Hi fish - has anyone here navigated an offer in another state but not moved to that state ? Wondering about legality of remote work with payroll, etc.
Received an offer, can choose of many states to work it, just not the one I live in for payroll tax reasons. I can’t move due to personal reasons, but I love the offer.
I’m creating a proposal that has me based out of one state but work remotely (in part or all). I’ve explored the idea of a contractor role, but that does not fit. Please help!
I complete my 1 year in August 2022 at TCS. Package 16lpa, C3A, EAS unit. What to expect from anniversary appraisal at TCS?, no communication from supervisor/reviewer/appraiser.
This Black Mirror S6 spec ad.
Schwab independent Advisor channel anyone?
My flight on American Airlines from Barcelona to Miami for tomororw has been delayed by 7+ hours. Worried it will get cancelled at this point. Next flights out aren't until Tuesday. What the heck am I supposed to do
Confession...I hate reading. Always have since I was a kid. My eyes feel heavy and I get instantly bored / feel like I’m going to fall asleep no matter what time of day it is or where I am. I WANT to like to read bc I know it will improve my professional / personal life. Anyone else struggle with this and have tips or suggestions? I listen to audibles and watch the news, but at the end of the day I just need to train myself to like reading. Thanks in advance!
For real tho hmu
Hi there - wanted to get your views on TikTok as an employer/organisation in comparison to the other media tech companies - does it have credible kudos, prestige and reputation?
I am currently interviewing for Marketing roles in the hope having TikTok on the CV could help boost my credentials for future MAANG roles?
Other TikTokers share their experiences and perks of working there?
Truly grateful for any insight.
I can’t get myself to work unless I absolutely have to. I’ve been like this for months. Hours frequently at 130-150 a month. Firm expects at least 180. Help.
Good afternoon, I’m interested in partnering with Portuguese and Spanish speaking NJ licensed life insurance agents. (If unlicensed, we do offer free courses to assist with licensing). The comp is pretty high and your vested from day one. If you or someone you know, that’s interested, please feel free to reach out.
Just ordered the Klipsch earphones that are made for McLaren F1 team. Does anyone here use them?
How painful are the progesterone oil injections (scale 1-5, 5 being HSG painful lol)? Also, need to travel and haven't done these alone yet any tips?
I’m a nurse practitioner with 5 years experience in both ER and family medicine. I’m looking at taking a job with the VA in TN and was curious what a realistic salary to expect.
Additional Posts in Millennials in Law
Does anyone have any insights on the culture/ workload at Milbank’s project finance team?
How much time per week does everyone spend in the office (not so much a billables question, just time in the office pre-COVID orders)?
Any jobs out there that don’t require independent / analytical thinking? Really burnt out from thinking and would love to switch to a more routine position. Yes this is partly imposter syndrome talking.
Hello! I just accepted a position in Pensacola, Florida. I'd appreciate any insight about the town, housing, vibe,etc. If you guys could share pros and cons please. TiA!
Moderately jealous of all these new first year lawyers posting their swearing in ceremonies with judges they clerked or interned with. I got sworn in by our paralegal wearing at the coffee station because my partner scheduled a CLE I needed to assist with during the ceremonial event. Womp.
Trying to make the move to in house but most of my career has been litigation in various areas of law. I am trying to pick up some transactional work to get more experience. I am a quick learner and have no doubt I can move into more in house areas but it’s so hard to even get an interview to explain. Very few entry level jobs when I graduated and now can only get jobs in the stuff I don’t want to do anymore.
Tips for becoming more independent as you progress from junior to midlevel? I am starting to be put into the position of just having to handle things including drafting and could use some advice from others.
I’m an associate at a boutique firm making under market with 1950 hours req. While I absolutely love the people I work with, and I can handle the hour requirement, the work I actually do is just not my cup of tea (abt 80% insurance defense). I’m hoping to lateral to a bigger firm with lockstep or close to lockstep comp and generally more resources/better mentorship opportunities in the business lit./commercial lit. space. Any tips for going about successfully making the switch?
Curious to know what other firm's bonus structures are, particularly those with 1900 billable requirement and below. Trying to figure out if my firm's structure is the norm or if the associates are getting screwed.
Just verbally accepted an offer to become the newest partner at a much bigger firm in town after 5+ years slaving for a smaller firm that told me they would only “let” me be of counsel (and pay rent equal to my current salary) or stay an associate. So long, late nights with no bonuses! Adios, screaming phone calls out of the blue! WOOOOO!!!!!!!!
HELP! I’ve been contacted by a small private security firm who wants me to be their “on call” counsel. They describe it as a lot of contract review, drafting NDAs, etc. but also being there if/when they need to license a vehicle, defend civil suit, etc. It’s overwhelming but sounds like a really great opportunity. I have enough background to be comfortable with contracts and litigation, but don’t want to get myself into a mess. Has anybody else ever had a job like this?
What are some alternative jobs for JDs/lawyers? Editorial stuff? We know how to write. Idk (other than teaching and politics)
Any tips on leaving a firm “correctly”? Was about to go “of counsel” with my firm of 6 years, but then another firm whose partners I really respect (and personally like) offered me a partnership position. I predict my current bosses will *flip* (cut off file access immediately, try to beat me to calling my clients, etc.), so how do I set myself up for a successful transition?