I am a L10 working in the SAP space within CDO at Accenture. I have been at the firm for a little over 7 months and would like to know come the next promotion cycle how I could switch from CDO to C&M.
I was promoted last quarter with a 25% raise but recognized I was still underpaid. I now have an in house job offer that I’m debating taking but am really excited by some new projects on my current accounts. Should I ask my manager if my agency (large PR agency, I’m in NY) can match the additional 25% even though I just got a significant bump?
Could I just take a 1-2 week vacation while on the bench without telling anyone as long as I respond to emails and get my shit done when need be?
Just got an offer with Accenture. How does start date and timing of annual performance review impact promotion? Is it more advantageous to start at a certain month of the year?
If you’re on the bench and give your 2 weeks notice, is it more likely you’ll work the 2 weeks or just be told to leave that day?
M7 infrastructure in Texas. I'm currently paid near bottom of scale in my group. I'm not upset and love my job and my peers. I have an offer for 40% raise to industry job. I prefer my current work though, both from daily work and career path. But 40% raise is a big deal. At what point is the pay raise more important than daily work joy. I'm stressing over this decision. I don't really want to leave.
Why some people find 1 thing you did not do as well (1 situation) and drill on that instead of elaborating on100 good things you did on an engagement. Promotion year - better get promoted or im am out
I'm glad to see our Hospital Administrators do something to help raise morale, because the media is not seeing all of the dedication from everyone - especially Environmental Control workers
I was up for promotion to director. Haven’t heard anything yet. Any IFS folks getting the call about your promotions yet?
New to options so appreciate the help in advance- have bought call options OOM - earnings is tomorrow - currently would make profit if I sold- but expecting good news tomorrow that would raise the underlying price. Multiple people are saying you should sell before earnings because the options price may actually go down - can someone explain if this is accurate and why?
Principal telling me that I have all the capability to move forward to Manager but “just wants a few more practice reps” before official promotion consideration. What does this mean? Doesn’t it seem contradictory? This person I know has my best interests but they are confusing me with this.
Got laid off today. Remember to take a step back and not take all of this for granted. We're all pretty lucky to have this opportunity. And good luck to everyone up for promotion this year!
🐠 I officially accepted a new job yesterday! Promotion, big raise and a new city. Can’t believe it’s real and that it’s happening to me. 😭
Snapped this yesterday while walking my dog, a relaxing moment in weeks full of agnst while on the bench. Phone camera doesn't do it justice.
I have my first exit interview tomorrow. Any recommendations as to how to approach it? My line manager with was really bad and I have supporting evidence. How far do I go?
I started a new role about a month ago (exited from T2 consulting) but just got an opportunity to interview with MBB. The resume I sent in is from 3 months back doesn’t reflect this role change. Should I update the firm I’m interviewing with? Or if I get an offer should I explain during the background check process?
Dinged after the final round of yet another interview. It’s hard to express with words how dejected I feel. I put my heart and soul into each of the SEVEN rounds I went through and prepared more than 20 hours for a final presentation just to be send a voicemail of my rejection. I don’t know how to move forward yet again with a horrible taste in my mouth
VP to me: "you look like a punk, get a haircut" Me: "can't, I spend all my waking hours with a certain client!" VP: "if it grows on the job, get it cut on the job!" Best advice I ever got from a VP
What does Sales Enablement mean to you? Does anyone here work in some type of Sales Enablement roll currently?
Hi all! I am a Deloitte Manager in the Healthcare Provider practice... recently laid-off and looking for new opportunities. Would appreciate any help/intros! (More about my experience in comments)
Have a full time offer for MBB summer 2021. Just received summer analyst offer at BlackRock corporate strategy. Worth pushing back MBB start date to fall 2021? Want to eventually exit into AM.
Just requested Marriott status challenge, says I need to complete a number of “stays”. Can I hack this by booking 3 separate reservations for M-Th?
I like being able to pace back and forth at my standing desk while on calls. Makes me feel really important. That is all.
Can anyone comment about the benefits of working in D.C as well as why defense? I'm from SF and have never been there.
Love resource management emailing me with a 3 week heads up that I’ve been put on an a 2 month engagement on the other side of the country... Why do I put up with this shit? Is this not insane?
Anyone in Healthcare Consulting? What kind of skill sets are needed to succeed within this field? Also, what’s your work/life balance like?
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