Can anyone give insight on what the highest and lowest salary could be for a junior brand and motion designer (one who does both) in a 30-40 person studio in NYC?
Any attorneys exit PA for tax counsel jobs? Besides going to a law firm, what exits have you seen people make? Not interested in big law as I am already losing my mind working these covid hours.
Hello guys, I'm planning to resign from my seller partner support role due to further studies and if i want to re-join for another role back in Amazon after how many months can i re-join?
Hi friends. Anyone in Corporate Functions Product roles here? Need help in being referred to one of their openings. HRs I know are unable to help me.
Experienced Pega developers looking for a switch - EY GDS Business Consulting team is hiring.
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How many billable hours do people in prosecution tend to average each month? I’ve gone through waves of feeling like my billable hours requirement is reasonable to feeling like I’m drowning and can’t possibly do it for that long.
DM me if anybody want to file ITR for last year, I will help you get good refund amount for whatever tax paid or deducted from salary during the financial year.
Im a fourth year partner. The clients are good, workload is manageable, have a great team and a great boss. But I'm just not motivated to go and kill it anymore. It just feels more of the same thing. Also, I keep having a feeling that I could be doing a lot more if I were in a startup or in a different corporate role. The only reason that stops me from doing any of this is that money here is good and I worked really hard to get here. Any advice?
Hi. Will anybody let me know what is the industry standard salary for a mid level content marketer in Mumbai? I am not very happy with the salary I am getting at the publishing firm I have been working with for the past 3 years, and I want to get a reality check. I would really appreciate you guy's help.
Hey everyone, does anyone have insights on the Social Impact and Sustainability practice at BCG? It’d be for Expert Hire. I had final rounds and waiting to hear back and evaluating it against a WEF Lead role. Thanks!
Input appreciated! As a second year associate, I have a reasonable 1800 billable requirement and make $70k, but I don’t feel aligned with the firm. I want more WLB and don’t care about making partner. I am considering pivoting to a contracts analyst position (glorified doc review) because it’s 100% remote, same pay, has a 40 hour cap (rather than my current minimum!), flexible hours, and no billables or stress. Would this be a bad idea for my career?
Larsen & Toubro Infotech Hi , what is the salary range for scrum master with 9 years of experience in Larsen & Toubro Infotech ? I have a salary discussion so how much can I ask for ?
A previous employer reached out and offered me a Senior Product Designer role with a 40% increase base salary. I am considering this, as I have been feeling under utilized at my current role + dealing with of uncertainty lately. But I would be forfeiting a lot of RSUs if I leave. I am in the middle of my vesting period (2/4 yrs), and this year alone would have 256 shares vesting (~$500 share price). The new role will come with shares, but at a small share price. Anyone had similar experience?
KPMG UK - any rumours of salary bands change following Deloitte increase in salaries? Would be nice to get a nice bump this year!
What are the 4 different ratings and lead categories in EY GDS. What difference does it bring to the hike and bonus percentage ?
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Hello 🐠 how long did it take you to get a call from a recruiter after applying for a position?
Currently working at FIS as Finance Analyst, YOE 6, internally switching from AP to FP&A to a 1 up position of Senior Finance Analyst.
What CTC should I expect for an internal movement for the profile?
Current CTC is 4.94LPA + Shift Allowance 1.08L(cannot be changed).
What did you do with your science degree?
Does anyone have any insight to the billable hours and culture at Quarles & Brady in the Minneapolis office?
Anyone here an Associate Principal at Iqvia’s consulting group? Curious to hear your take on the culture and trajectory
Is HSW still a thing? Or is it HS, W, BKMC?
Is there any MBA Grad Class 2023, worried about not getting a job after graduation?
I'm getting crazy! I'm planning to start door dashing in the next month!
Should I leave my company?
I've been there 1.5 years and was with BCG ~ two years. I genuinely love my boss, my team, the work I do. The problem is that I'm not sure if there's a future.
1) people are leaving the company in droves.
2) layoffs. Someone senior left, and the CFO said that was one less layoff to do. The layoffs impacted my team, after my boss had said we were safe.
3) the global leadership is reactive and short-sighted
4) if my boss quit, there's only one other person (cont)
Joined ITC 1 WEEK back with 14 LPA.
NOW cognizant ready to give 16 LPA +2JB
Annnnddd.... I’ll just leave this here
How much hike can be expected for an analyst fresher with commensurate ratings😕
Dropping this in a few bowls, sorry if you see it twice.
I'm transitioning from teaching 8th grade mathematics at a public school to teaching a 7/8 self-contained classroom at a charter school.
Any advice for teaching mixed grade levels or multi subject is appreciated: scheduling, classroom setup, subject order, behavior management, etc. I'm struggling to find my rhythm with only 6 weeks before kids return.
Thanks to everyone for your commitment and time, enjoy your summer!
I just wanna slow dance in the kitchen with a radio on and the lights down low type a night.
I am an hourly employee. Currently if there is a hospital call that needs to be done, someone will volunteer to do it for overtime. Now, my company wants to create a set call schedule. If we get a call at 5pm, when my shift ends, can I still be required to complete the call? I will be paid overtime but don’t like the fact they will force it upon us.
I am having a hard time finding reasonably priced apartments. I'm moving from Austin and am not used to NYC rents but 4.5k for a 1BR seems insane. I would also prefer to live by myself. Is this even an option in NYC? What are the downsides of living in Jersey City instead?
Should I sell stocks at a loss to reduce cap gains? I was just going to wait until they broke even, but sorta just want the cash. Not sure if there are pros (obviously con is loss)
Hi fishes, Need suggestions on the below company. Which one I should choose . Deloitte India PWC India KPMG Knorr-Bremse Marlabs Ex - 6 year tech SAP BPC please Suggest, thanks in advance D
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Can anyone refer me to a worker’s compensation contract attorney? Looking for someone with Defense experience. Los Angeles, CA.
How did everyone get into Workers Comp law? It’s such a niche area, I’m always curious about this.
What does everyone make practicing workers comp?
Any of you guys do claimant's work in the Napa, CA area? I know at least a few of you said you were in CA.
There's a guy on my Virginia listserv looking for a recommendation, and I don't think he's going to get many replies. Says it's a bad shoulder injury.
Does anyone know how much vocational rehabilitation costs insurance carriers? As a claimant's attorney, I feel like I should work it into settlement demands when they're likely to have to pay for it if we don't settle. But I have no clue what it costs.
What are some things you guys outsource to save time and/or money? Lately I've been thinking it would be nice to find someone to make medical chronologies for me. I didn't even realize it was an option until my friend who does PI told me his firm hires nurses to make theirs. Makes me wonder what else I might be missing out on.
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I contemplated a move from the claimant's side to defense recently. Ultimately decided against it, but here's some of what they told me.
Your job is basically to find reasons to deny benefits to injured workers. While I don't think much about that sounds emotionally fulfilling, I was told that mom and pop type businesses can really be devastated by workers' comp claims, and they're extremely appreciative when those claims are resolved. In terms of learning the work, the basics aren't overly complicated, but you'll probably be frequently researching case law. Especially on the defense side, there's a ton of case analysis and trying to predict how a judge will apply existing law to your case. There's also an opportunity to create some new law. There are so many cases with weird and unexpected facts that you'll likely find you occasionally have issues of first impression.
I've never had to bill hours but was told they bill in six minute increments. Thus, it can sometimes be possible to double bill minutes. One of my concerns when I interviewed was that I'd be inclined to under-bill. I'd worry I'd taken longer than I should have to do something. I was told it's important to avoid that mindset and simply bill however long any particular task actually takes you. Generally though, they told me that billing 1800 hours (their annual expectation) came pretty easily working 40ish hour weeks. So assuming they weren't totally full of it, I think you could bill 1850 and have a solid work-life balance.
In terms of future opportunities, you'll get solid litigation experience. Defense attorneys are in court more often than claimant's counsel, so you'll have hearings fairly regularly. You'll probably write some appeals. Lots of depositions. Lots of mediation/ADR. So if you're using it as a stepping stone job, you'll be attractive to any employers seeking those skills.
A wise retired work comp judge told me when I switched from claimant’s to defense “your job is to make sure your client pays what they owe and not a cent more”. It’s not about denying benefits. It’s about finding resolutions before the claim gets out of hand and limiting exposure. That’s my two cents.
In terms of billing, once you get the hang of it, it’s not hard as long as your bill as you go. Most people who have trouble with billing do so because they fail to follow that one simple rule. If you have to go back a week or a month to capture the time you spent you will miss out on something whether it was a call with the client or research on a particular issue.
Not hard but it's fun if you like analyzing cases. If the salary is OK then it's fine. You can make it. More then 2k billable might not be possible with a family
No future though you get pigeon holed into insurance defense work