Exit opps for 🐠 doing SAP work: Considering move to Industry - What kind of roles & salary range can I expect? Currently a M on path for SM in next 6 months. FWIW - Southeast.
Got a job offer from Deloitte today. $155k + Bonus but requires weekly travel and I have 2 children one still under a year old. What should I do? I currently work from home.
What salary can I expect at a B4 org at D level + 20 Y with cloud certs and infosec certs (CEH, CISA, CISSP) ? Is $250K out of reach? A lot of co are reaching out to me at $125/hr.
Senior Manager (SM1/SM2) salary at EY OTS TAS?
Deloitte S&O M&A salary for SC and C in NYC ? I am jumping the ship and wanted to set the expectations.
What are some terms to look out for/negotiate in an offer letter other than comp/WFH days? It does have a noncompete clause and equity option. No bonus language though. And how do you know if it’s even appropriate to ask for that?
BETT!! Flexed my negotiation skills and negotiated a 80% increase from my current base salary (not counting bonus, commission or RSUs). Posting for inspiration to others. I used to read this thread thinking people were over exaggerated their pay bumps but it’s real y’all!!
At which level in Deloitte do you qualify for yearly bonus? Also, what is the max % can one negotiate for
Does anyone have any suggestions for making some extra money? I have a decent salary, but I want to save up for a few things and make some extra money.
Any one at AWS Professional Services? What level are you? When did you join? What are the comp levels for various roles?
Promotion mostly this year. If planning to switch, better to take promotion and then do it cz will be able to negotiate salary according to new base? Will be 2 years in cybersecurity consulting with a Masters. (Had prior 2 years experience out of country in other domain so was not counted earlier). Expected/average pay range?
Is it okay to follow up with HR about the salary negotiation progress? As I have not yet accepted the offer and it might expire.
PwC 🐠 - if you were hired in as an Experience Hire in mid-March, will your salary get adjusted after CRTs, if the current level brought in at changes?
Why do we always hear “follow the money” when it comes to exit ops and new positions? Is there an additional lesson or reason for this rule of thumb outside of the obvious?
Does anyone have any insight into Accenture’s Liquid Studio group? The types of projects, culture, etc.
If youre in tax at a big 4, is that the dream? I’m just wondering what you can transition to
Any advice for how to ask my husband to get more involved in childcare and/or help around the house? I love him but I really wish he would put down the phone and pick up the baby more (2m old)
Hello All, My friend is looking for a job in private sector. She was giving banking exams. She is holding BE COMPUTER degree (2017 batch) She did certification in manual testing. Is there any chance for her to get a job in private sector as a fresher?
Is it inappropriate to message a recruiter on linked in from a company I’m applying to to get a direct connection there? The company’s site doesn’t have anyone’s emails from the recruiting team
Anyone interested in credit unions or community banking? Goal is to eventually work in Corp Strategy for a credit union. Passionate about what they do/stand for
Someone in my group just jumped from Accenture as a senior analyst to Deloitte as a SC. I’m currently a C at Accenture but really tempted to make the jump and reach for SC or M. I know I’ll get paid more and do the same shit. Currently at 120k and I spoke to a SC at Deloitte that has the same position and they make 160k. I like the people here and the culture here though. But at the same time I want my next move to be out of consulting. Still worth it to make the move?
Is United States Passport holder a good gift for someone who's been waiting for Green Card for a long time? Or this is a bad idea?
Is it ridiculous to leave your job at one of the “top” agencies for a job at a far less known, less prestigious agency? I spent the first couple years in the industry dreaming of making it to one of the top shops — but now that I’m here, I’m miserable. At the end of the day, it’s the the obsessive, working-all-hours, cult-like culture that just isn’t for me. However, I also realize it may look like a weird “downgrade” on my resume to jump ship to the smaller shop. Would love some outside input.
Do recruiters typically call you to reject you? A recruiter told me they’ll reach out to me today once they receive feedback. The interview was yesterday.
Anyone have any experience with short term disability? Is it tough to get it for mental health reasons?
For those of you who have made or are making a school switch, what did you do with all of your classroom stuff over the summer?
Define the type of person who thrives at Edelman and fits the culture and the ones who don’t
Moving out of Chicago in a year. Recommendations for North part of SE region? Child free, 250k current combined income, need something warmer than Chicago. Want to live in a walkable part of wherever we end up for bars and restaurants. Current list: Raleigh, Columbia, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Atlanta, Charleston, Savanah, Charlotte. Priorities: Walkable Reasonably progressive Airport for East coast and Midwest travel Pet friendly Moderate temps
MBB folk, for your post -MBA role, when those folk join, do they lead models / key analytical work streams or focus more on project management, methodology, etc. while the post- undergrad hires handle most of the analytical execution work?
How many you of feel like you have the focus/extra energy for personal development outside of work? Like working on your health, more schooling, making friends etc. I just feel so drained I just sleep
Got my first ever 90 day review this week. What should I expect, and what are some good things to bring up? Overall I'm pretty confident in my performance and happy with my agency and the culture.
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