How do you balance your career goals?
I’m kind of torn. I’m at 110 base, small bump up (thanks rona) from 105 last year. Got about a 14.5k bonus.
Other firms have approached me and offered me promotion and more money, but I’m kind of struggling. I know I could make more money, but I honestly have a great gig right now. I really don’t work that much, no weekends, very rare late nights, good remarks (hopefully up for promo this year).
No kids. What’s the play? Go for the money or maintain WLB?
What is a new or controversial topic or practice in the Employee Experience space that interests you?
Sometimes I am in awe of the sh*t they come up with. Like, how are you still in business?!🤯
EY please acquire kpmg to achieve your 50 billion goal. KPMG is no longer big, it is a sinking ship....its revenue for 2020 declined despite of the big three still have positive increases.
I have an interview with Korn Ferry for an associate principal role and am curious about others’ experiences have been with work-life balance here. Also, I have an idea of what I should be compensated in this type of role, but any insights on how they pay compared to others would be helpful. Are you traveling during the pandemic or have client interactions been virtual? Lastly, if you are a consultant here, are you on billable hours? My current consulting role is not - so this would be new.
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