What are your biggest career regrets? Mine was turning down an Asset Management position out of undergrad that would've sponsored me for the CFA, to pick Consulting.
Looking for sport coat recommendations to wear on jeans. Client is trendy and everyone generally wears jeans!
Was skipped over for promotion until later this year but offered title change to Senior Art Director. Do I take the title and hope the pay comes later? Or hold out for it all at once?
Best part of Midwest ITAA busy season- leaving the client at 10 on a Friday just to drive three hours back home
All other factors aside, what is the least minimum raise percentage you would need to be offered to take a new position elsewhere? I've seen 20% thrown around a lot.
what’s the salary range for a strategist on the publisher side. sitting under the pre-sales/marketing dept?
Joining EY as a Manager in Advisory Program Management, 8yrs experience + MBA. What's the average comp + sign on bonus? Tier 1 city
My Project lead is furious with me because I put in my notice in the middle of a big project. I started looking for a job because of how terrible he is. Now he’s telling everyone how awful I am. This sucks. He was an advocate for my promotion this year. I feel bad leaving the team, but efff... is my rep doomed?
when looking at exit opportunities - what advice do you guys have to spin diverse strategy consulting experience to start-up/marketing/corp strat roles? For reference, I’m 2 years out of undergrad
Sometimes I finish a project early but don't deliver it for a couple of days so people think it took me longer
I’m an Associate meeting with leadership about a Market salary adjustment. -Performance has been stellar - received firm awards and client recognition. How do I seal the deal and how much of a %
Unpopular Opinion: I’m not loving Zoom AA meetings. I already spend all day on Zoom calls, and on my computer. Sigh. Thanks for listening. Keep coming back.
Been at the same agency I interned at for a few years.. I originally took the base pay they offered me and haven’t gotten a raise since. Looking to find a new job and today for an email for an....
Is it weird to reach out to a hiring manager and ask if they foresee any upcoming openings or ask them to keep you in mind for future opportunities?
What would you do? I was laid off and now have two directions: 1) Back to old job in industry with security and knowing what I’m getting/how to do the job well/job security but $15k reduction in salary plus nominal API still working 60+ hrs a week... 2) Consulting again at big 4 but don’t know team and threat of unpredictability/more layoffs but $25k increase in salary. Frankly feeling torn. Also, yes, I realize how great it is to have options these days.
Anyone work in ops? If you started as a VP at $125k base salary, how much of a pay raise should you as for after two years at the company?