hey, I joined Deloitte in June 2020 as an GPS SA analyst, I just staffed on internal project only providing me adjusted utilization. Now my standard util is 40 and my adjusted is 105... and this project last in another month... by then my standard util might be 20.. will my promotion be affected by this? My target promotion year on TOD is 2022. My manager said we might sell to client and extend this project in September but nothing guaranteed.
Who’s leaving PwC? Raise yoooo haaaandddd 🤚
Raise % for a second year senior in FDD?
Anybody leave big law for a couple of years to raise your kids and successfully rejoined the legal field? Is big law ever an option again?
Is it wrong to not want a promotion? Ive been told I’m on track for one soon but I still have sooo much to learn at this level and I don’t feel ready to move up. I am, in fact, terrified of the next step and the responsibilities that come with it. Has anyone turned down a promotion and regretted it? Been glad about it?
It really bothers me that I'll never have the confidence men do, and I think this will impact my career. Things like self-promotion to the right people, being highly confident in my abilities (rather than focusing on risks and mitigations), and just naturally walking into every room like I belong. I know these are not only qualities of men and I can develop them too. I'm just frustrated & venting because it feels like I'm trying so hard just to achieve the same goals. Anyone relate? Any wisdom?
Just realized I've spent years working to get my promotion. Now that I got it, I'm alone, tired and can't find a suitable partner. I don't do the apps. Work too much to have a social circle, and...
I’ve done really well in my 2 years with my current big 4 firm and am coming up for promotion in July. I am sitting on an offer with a step up in title and 40% pay increase. They say grass is not greener on the other side (hello unlimited PTO and all the other terrible comments I’ve read for new firm. Guess who 😂😅) but it’s hard to justify not moving. Am I making a huge mistake leaving behind my 2 year hard work going to the unknown or should I just go for it and take the pay and title!? Help.
Senior Account Manager (similar level as Senior AE) making $85K. Trying to figure out how much to ask for during this next review time; looking at an Account Director promotion.
Should I ask for a raise? My 6-month review is next week and I’m thinking about asking for a raise. I’ve never asked for one before and normally would never think of asking for one until at least 12 months but in the last couple of months my role and responsibilities have enhanced significantly. I don’t have much experience as this is my first job in advertising (comms background) and I don’t want to come off as naive or ignorant! Any advice would be welcomed. Thank you!
Was hired into a company at a level that was more junior than my skills (Was out of work due to pandemic for a year). I’ve been at the company 5 months. We’re going through a reorg and my new position will really be leveraging my years of experience more so than other role. Is it appropriate to discuss a raise/adding senior to title? Or should I do the job and then prove myself then talk about raise. I have more experience than the senior members of my team.
If you have 2 offers, but one is substantially higher than the other, what is the best way to leverage the higher offer to raise the lower one? I want to make sure I am tactful in how I do it. Based on the two roles the lower one does not need to match it but I would like to get it as close as possible. TIA!
Received an offer from a smaller consulting firm helping build out a new practice with the same work I am doing now. It is a $20k pay raise however I do really enjoy who I work with and really have no reason to leave besides money. I’m afraid to switch and not like it and be miserable but it is an offer that’s very hard to say no too and everyone I interviewed with was great and came from other big 4’s. I’m still very early on in my career.. two years out of college. Any thoughts and opinions?
If you started working at a company for like a year as a staff level, for example 2019-present, and this is reflected on LinkedIn, do you guys update any promotions to show it as (the date or year of promotion) -present... or just show it as 2019-present? I’ve seen people do the latter more but is that even right?
What are the ladies wearing to promotion day tomorrow? Want to be casually dressed for a celebration but still work appropriate
Just got a big raise (50%+) starting July 1st that is going to move me out of income limits for direct Roth IRA contributions (prior to raise was under the limit) even with maxed pretax 401k and HSA - however I am already halfway through contributions ($3000). What options do I have to address these excess contributions?
Currently on H1B visa, going through GC process. What are the repercussions of visiting/traveling to Iran from my future GC/US immigration perspective? I have a family member I want to visit but not sure if this will raise red flag for GC especially
Passed over for a promotion a third time, even after doing everything, and more, you’re supposed to? It’s time to GTFO
Happy 4th of July. 🇺🇸 A lot of folks have never even been to a country where holding a protest sign is sedition (HK), or speaking badly about the leader is considered treason (Turkey), or the internet is heavily censored (PRC). I’m thankful that we live in a country where it’s ok to trash talk the system, and it’s ok to fight to improve your lot in life. We’ve never been the perfect union we aspire to be and I doubt we ever will be, but as far as being free to speak and succeed, we’ve got it good
Is your company doing annual raises this year? If so, what’s the typical annual raise (%)?
Anyone have insight into the culture at Adobe? specifically in a professional services standpoint. A good exit opp from a WLB standpoint? Seems like an awesome company.
Any tips for meeting billable targets?
If I'm Delta Platinum, will I get any sort of status match from American? Usual Thursday flight got eliminated
Marriott platinum members, what kind of benefits or upgrade do you get when you arrive at a hotel?
Did Deloitte have a late-night Uber policy before the pandemic? Joining in a month and also moving and wondering how much I should consider it. For context, my current company had a policy pre-pandemic where we could Uber home every time we worked after 7PM and we could expense meals as well during those days.
As a first generation college graduate, first one to land a job in Corp. America, there’s so much that I wasn’t prepared for like 401k, investing, along with other things that increase your TC that aren’t bonuses or your base salary or how to diversify your income. I’m 25 and I feel like there is SO much I still don’t know. Any good book recommendations/youtubers/podcasts that helps navigate this?
Any Jeffries people on fishbowl? Looks like they're there to scavenge the remains. RIP Lending Club ⚰⛏http://fortune.com/2016/05/20/lending-club-hires-investment-bank-to-help-it-raise-cash/
Applying to T15 in R2. Currently have a 700 GMAT (43Q, 41V) after taking once. Even if I raise my quant to 47, which would be impressive for me, I’ll still be at a 700 (possibly 710). 3.6 undergrad GPA. Worth retaking? Or just focus on the rest of my applications?
Any one have any thoughts or experience with principal financial group as a place to start and be in training? I was advised i would recieve 4 months salary before transitioning to commission
What is the EY severance package ?
Does Amex negotiate?
Not Covid related, but: Cities you moved to and felt hard or easy in making new friends?
Hello! I was promoted to a TA Ops Specialist and previously was a Recruiting Coordinator for two years. I found a passion for the systems/process side of HR and am eager and excited to continue this path. For anyone on this side of HR, I’d love to hear any career advice you have for pursuing HRIS/Talent Operations. Are there any hot HR systems you think someone should have under their belt? What is your current title/YOE/location/pay? Thanks!
How much do y’all tip your practice lead? (MD/Partner). I did 12% of pre tax pre bonus salary last year but I heard other people in my office only tipped 5%. What do other 🐠 think?
Has anyone used or considered using MyConsultingOffer (MCO)? Do you think it was worth it and if not, what would you do instead? Currently working at a Big4 but would like to make a move to a MBB/T2 firm. Appreciate any input you may have!
I’m in my mid-40s with a 7 year old and baby. Is it too late for me to back into public accounting? I was laid off last year and found a great job in a large bank. I miss the flexibility, challenge and rigor of PA. I would love your opinions. Has the ship sailed for me in PA? If I go back I would be an experienced senior; maybe, a year or so from manager.
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