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How is the first hike for lateral joiners at Associate manager L8 in Accenture? Completed 1 year in October only..
I joined CTS in 1st april and people saying about hike eligible criteria is that who joined on or before 31st of March eligible for hike appraisal.
Kya plans guys?
Anyone looking for Analytics/Data Centric roles within the R&D clinical space? In case you’re interested, let me know and I’ll be happy to refer you to ZS within our growing practice.
Skill - SAP S4 Hana SD
CCTC - 10LPA
YOE - 4
How much can I target to expect?
Banned for life! 😂😂😂
Anyone willing to refer me to Amazon legal position? Happy to send you the materials needed for you to feel comfortable doing so.
Any update onmid year hike?
How do you test access controls when all the applications utilize centralized LDAP groups?
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Salary check. 4th year, NJ, 155K - commercial litigation. Mixed experience, ID, financial services, employment.
Hi everyone, really sorry to hear about the recent layoffs. I would be happy to refer to KPMG—please DM me if you’re interested.
I've been using Nexo, but is there a better DeFi platform for earning interest on crypto savings? I use it for my HODL positions to get fixed term interest, but the user experience has been subpar imo
Capgemini continuously sending mail for onboarding, it is compulsary to do onboarding after offer acceptance??? Please share ur experience
My LWD is May 27
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Partners: how many hours, including billable hours, do you need to work for a year? More than associates’ hours, or less, or about the same?
Can someone please explain what “normal scrutiny” is in con law? I didn’t go to a T14, so we didn’t cover it in con law class.
Relatively new first year M&A associate. Is it normal for every weekend to be ruined in this practice area?
M&A junior here - I need getting restaffed on every follow on workstream after the main deal (bolt-one, restructurings) often with no notice and without being asked. How can I avoid this? I have lost complete control of my time and career and getting fed up.
Ever since the Milbank salary raise I’ve seen more folks on here either sticking it out in big law for longer or wanting to move from their in house gigs back to big law. I guess the money is working!
Why don’t associates unionize?
Imagine a person lateraling into Big Law who has never had to do the billable hours previously. 1) What would be your best piece of advice? 2) What do you wish someone would have told you about billing when you started? 3) Is there maybe a book for someone entering the minefield on billing effectively and capturing time effectively? Thanks in advance!
1st year associate just got my half year review. Says my hours are below average. Should I be worried?
Help evaluating potential move please. I was at my first firm for 3 years. I got scalped at the start of biglaw hiring craze and it was awful. I honestly made it 6 months and jumped ship. I love my current firm but it’s my 3rd firm in now 3 1/2 years. I did move to explore a different practice area and love it. I got an offer to interview for an opportunity to go to Europe and I’m really considering it but 4 firms seems like too many. Do you agree? I wish I never jumped to the second one but I
I’m a restructuring associate in New York looking to move to London because of my partner’s job. Does anyone know anything about the restructuring market in the UK and whether American firms there play USD salaries? Any guidance would be great!
Is it strange that anyone at my firm (associates/partners) can look up where any lawyer is on billable time for the month? I’m a third year lateral, and my old firm didn’t do that. Is that normal? Feels invasive
Is it possible to move from an AM50 firm to AM 10/20 in corporate M&A / PE. I’m a third year and thinking of making a move in a year or so.
What did your first year in big law look like?
I find my job really boring and don’t actually care if my clients get the result they want. I just do good enough work because I’m afraid of being seen as dumb. Is there any way you’ve been able to make work more enjoyable/interesting or should I just go back to school in a diff field? I’ve already tried both litigation and corporate.
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