Can someone tell their Accenture interview experience and process? Skill set - Java, spring boot, microservices.
Tik Tok has made me realize that I should’ve became a real estate developer. Instead I chose a path where I’m afraid to ask for 5% raise, and burn my brain 80 hours a week working for the man.
Folks who permanently moved out of the US, what’s the best way to move your money? Can you leave your invested money in the market and access it from other country? Left your 401k or withdrew it? TIA
Does anyone work for Gartner consulting. Recruiter reached out to chat about associate partner role. What does that role equate to at the big 4 and what’s it like working for Gartner? Culture etc.
Let’s pretend we’re holding companies. I’ll start: No, we can’t hire an extra writer even though you’re clocking 70+ hours a week. BTW, our contract with your client caps billable hours per employee because they know we don’t pay overtime. Here’s a non-billable code you should start using for the rest of the year.
My in-house team at an international organization is quickly looking for a few remote freelancers with over 4 years experience to fill out our team: art directors with design experience, information designers, digital designers, illustrators, ux designers and print designers. DM me for more information.
How does your team deal with culture clash with your client. As consultants we work in hectic environments and always have a lot of work to do. But when there are dependencies from an industry client week who is very laid back and slow it becomes harder for consultants to deliver effectively. Thoughts?
I joined B4 after college in 2019 and ever since working as QA, mainly manual/ functional testing. Can't see any progress work wise in same projects/teams. Before job, I wasn't a complete nerd but I did have some sense of programming so I wish to use that in my real life work in future. Can someone suggest how should I use my spare time so as to not be stuck in manual testing or testing itself? I'm somewhat lost when thinking of career progression after maybe next 5 years.
Looking forward to any consulting needs for Project Manager. 15+ years experience in Banking (TD Bank, Key Bank, Goldman)
Can anyone tell me about vizient? Didn’t really know much about them but they’re offering me 33% raise in base from 150 to 200. Just randomly applied a few weeks back.
How do you motivate yourself on days where you feel blah, or are dragging or are hating the project/work you're doing? I'm just so drained I don't even know what I can do as a pick me up
I have received full time REMOTE Offers from PWC and Wipfli . Pros/cons and recommendations?
I am being head hunted more frequently. I am in the final stages for one position that seems like an amazing opportunity with a company that plans to go public this year and was just approached for another potential opportunity for a big company that went public last year. Ever feel like an opportunity is too good to be true or are these great opportunities really out there? I think I am just scared to take the leap of faith
YOE-10 My LWD in TCS is 20th Nov and I had my H1B stamping initiated before I resigned but due to embassy issues I am not getting visa stamped. Also my ASSOC promotion is due and has already been delayed by 6 months. After resignation I am being told that I will be sent immediately as soon as visa is stamped by embassy which I know is true but project is not ready to promote me in near future. I also have offer from Accenture with 22 LPA. Pls advise what wud hv been ur choice.. onsite or switch?
Can you move firms to get a promotion or you need to already be in the position? I have been passed over for manager. I'm not a cpa but a jd and have been told this is an issue.I'm not an accountant so my business tax prep skills are a sub par but ok, my reviews say I excel well beyond others in getting the tax law correct and well argued when taking positions on IRS issues & complicated tax law questions and am sought out to do it. Why do I have to be a jack of all trades? Can't I specialize?
Can we just get rid of the typical job interview?? I feel like we would all benefit from just having a conversation about the position and the candidates skill set/experience w/o all the behavioral questions crap!
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