BCG DV 🐠 - I’m discussing a move to DV. How’s the culture compared to regular BCG or McK? I’ve been soaking up info from partners & directors but I want to hear from everyone else.
Has anyone heard of Moss Adams? Specifically in the SF or Walnut Creek office? What is the culture like and what type of clients do they work on?
Wondering why tech companies place such a large emphasis on the office space and culture (and they are, mostly, thriving) while most banks hardly bat an eye about it...
Hi, I'm a fresher placed at EY. I willl be onboarding this month. I've head a lot about the bad work culture + the pay is minimum. I'm looking for reasons to stay, please help.
Aspirant consulting - Anyone has any feedback on the Pittsburg based consulting firm? Culture/pay/projects/wlb?
Is K&E a toxic firm? I have heard nightmare stories from current and former attorneys there.
Can someone describe the work culture at Roland Berger for me? I’m curious to know what the work life balance is like, whether the PMs and Partners are generally nice, and what the promotion process would be like for an experienced hire (is it fair?))
About toxic work culture, will you know it when you see it? what if it was your first job: what would be a red flag for you that the culture was toxic?
How’s EY Dallas? Culture /hours?
Anyone have any insight on what the culture is like at WITHIN or what it is like working there?
Any associate at Citi LDN ECM that would kindly share any insight into culture, work/life and dynamics of the team? Hugely appreciated!
I am looking to gain certification or other credentialing in diversity and inclusion, not only because it would look good on my resume both for future job-search purposes and also to become better educated in this area, which is growing in importance. I looked at SHRM's "Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential" and got a bit of "sticker shock" at the cost - $1,655.00 for members. Does anyone have other suggestions on training/credentialing in this area?
Need to give notice to my firm tomorrow. Feeling overcome with emotion (guilt, nostalgia, excitement and trepidation). I don't think it will go well because it's a small firm, and I am very close to the partners, but need to move on to achieve career goals (and maintain sanity--I have a great relationship with my colleagues but there is a toxic culture). Truly think that my mentor will see this as a personal betrayal and blow up at me, and I'm sad to burn the bridge. Any words of encouragement?
The list of companies includes a former employer (that was terrible in every way), a former client (that was also terrible), and some big names in the healthcare/pharma and tech industries. I’m going to guess that, like the former employer and former client of mine (which both had atrocious cultures and didn’t care about their people), if a company is refusing to hire people from a state because the state is requiring pay transparency, they probably have a terrible culture, too.
Does anyone have experience with Forensic and Litigation Consulting at FTI? I’m curious to know what the work is like as well as the hours, culture, and WLB.
Does anyone work at Hulu or Roku? I'm trying to transition into Product Management. I see both have lots of open roles. What's the culture like there? Are they open to hires with a non-traditional career path? I have tons of experience and success but not necessarily as a proper "Product Manager".
Hi Guys - I am looking for the job change. Can anyone please help me with referral? YOE - 7 Skill - Selenium QA automation/Tech lead role
My utilization has been so low since COVID closed off the offices. Should I be worried? Should I reach out to my relationship/career coach? Change to another group/line of service??
New York. All talk and no action here when it comes to actual inclusion and not cosmetic efforts.
How was Deloitte usi work before pandemic, do they go everyday to office??? And what are your thoughts about Deloitte opening up offices??
Looking at you MBB & FAANG
Hi my exp is 5 years now, and I gave interview interview at TCS at 4.10 years of exp. I got an offer from TCS with 16 CTC ( including 50k RI) and 2.5 joining bonus. I have other offer with Accenture with 13.24 fixed+21% variable = 16L and 3.3L joining bonus. Which is best to join? And i know that the project with TCS is purely SuccessFactors and I don’t know which project I am into for Accenture. Please suggest
Any tips on managing, avoiding or reducing tolerance besides “use less” or “take time off?”. Taking magnesium daily based on anecdotal evidence it helps.
Have a startup I’ve done all the prep for but finding it hard to take the leap to quit my job. I don’t see a path to go live without doing so. But also know it’s going to take forever to make similar comp. Any words of wisdom?
How long after the first round interview with Deloitte Consulting do you hear back if you made it to next round?
Does your resume bullet points matter at all if you just have public accounting experience. Like if you say you are tax in Big 4 and you do Federal does anything else really matter to employers?
Is the AWS cloud practitioner cert meaningful to get or is it just another basic cert that’s useless?
Month 5 of 20/4 intermittent fasting. Down 25 pounds to ~170 lbs (stabilized there) M/53. WFH was hard but keeping fridge and cupboards from temptations (and still no booze for three months) has helped. It can be done--miss ice cream! but eating healthy in the 4-hour window. Two cups of black coffee/lots of water btw 9 pm and 5 pm. Doable folks. Don't give up. But am not exercising from home (just long walks 2x a week) due to intense work. Need to but hard to get back on exercise saddle.
Should I reach back to the recruiter on decision after I started new job? Would that be a red flag or they see i really like their company? I would join that company if everything's equal but had to start on current role since the other company was dragging feet a but on getting resources for the role. They might still be waiting for approvals for the role...should I just wait for them or keep talking? Last time HR did say to check back later.
Successfully wrapping up a tough client engagement and the partner wants to know how you hung in there
I currently work in industry. I have an undergraduate degree in business and opted for an engineering management master's degree. Will I need to go back for an MBA? Or are there consulting firms that will pay me more for my advanced degree even though it’s not an MBA?
What is the general salary / bonus for a VP-level role in corporate strategy in NYC at a major bank (e.g., JPM, Barclays, B of A, Morgan Stanley, etc.)?
If I get a job offer and make a counter offer for a higher salary, is there any chance they would rescind the original offer? (asking for ~15% bump)
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