Fifth-year attorney at a small-mid size firm in MD. What’s a normal amount of business to be generating at this stage in my career and, more importantly, what are some effective ways to build a book?
I will be graduating in May with my BS in SCM, I have 7 years of experience in material handling, what would be the best career path after I graduate? After graduation I will be studying for the APICS CSMP. How much will this help?
Does anyone have a food sensitivity test they recommend? Can they be covered by health insurance?
Most likely getting an offer from a big 4 this week (M level). A current client wants to bring me in, but I need SM level to meet my TC expectations. They're working on getting the role leveled up, but it hasn't happened yet. Would likely accept the client role over B4 as long as base is within $40k (higher bonus, better retirement plan, limited travel, and equity involved). Ideas on how to handle?
Yellow Pharma Fishies!
What’s a good salary for a NYC-based SVP CD? I’m coming over from consumer adland, so I don’t have a reference point.
Kudos to the team that did the L.L. Bean ads with the west side story music. They make me smile every time.
How is FTI TAS/FDD comp?
What were everyone’s raises (in %) from senior to manager? What’s was your old base and what is your new? I just got promoted to manager and wondering what I should expect
Evaluating a job offer (yay!)
I have 8 years of HR experience, no college degree, and no HR certification. Titles held have been HR Specialist, HR Administrator, HR Generalist, Associate HR Manager, and most recently, HR Director for only four months (toxic). Geographically speaking, salaries are not very high. I was offered $45k in an hourly role as a site HR rep for a hotel with about 50 employees in a bustling college town. Should I try to negotiate more pay? Any input is appreciated.
Is anyone actually happy in corporate BigLaw?? The amount of money one can make is infinite, but time is not. I have a friend who is an ophthalmologist, makes over $300k +/year with 45 hour work weeks, very little weekend work, plenty of time with family. I’m a corporate 5th year, make less than that, work all the time (1900 hours) which isn’t even considered that high, not much job stability like similar high-paying professions, e.g., doctor, specialized medicine etc…How do y’all cope??
I am starting an EMBA at an M7 school this summer. How feasible would it be to move laterally to MBB? What would that process look like and when would be a right time to make such a move? For context, I am an experienced hire at PwC and was brought at same level/comp as an MBA hire. I’m expecting to earn MBA in 2022
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