Do you think parental leave policies and the culture around it at your company are fair?
In a rapidly growing practice, and perhaps 2 years from (non-equity) “partnership”. I like my team and the work I do, but I’ve only ever been a consultant and am tempted to jump to industry to try it out. Interviewing for a Fortune 20 company and applying to others. Maybe FAANG. Let’s say I’m 60% driven by comp, 40% driven by impact. Am I crazy for looking to leave? Should I just continue to ride this one-way train?
How does Senior Consultant at IBM translate to Accenture? And what is the salary range for that position?
It just occurred to me that it is an option in life to have a job that does not have a utilization metric. Not sure I can fully fathom that in this exact moment.
I’m not getting the experience I need at my current agency and I’m not getting jobs I’m interviewing for because of it. Anyone else experiencing this?
Expecting an offer for a director/head of Int’l expansion role at a series C startup in Logistics software in NYC. What can I expect in terms of comp? YOE: 4.5 including 3.5 at MBB (left as an EM) Current TC about $230K
Has anyone ever used their Amex card to pay for something personal that's $200+? If we pay it back then it shouldn't be a big deal right??? Asking for a friend....
Which of the big 4 + ACN pay the most for SAP?
Does anyone know the waiting period for Dropbox interview ? I am trying to book an appointment today but the earliest is of July .
If you moved to NYC in your 20s, did you follow the 30% of salary as max for rent? How much did you end up paying for your space? I’m thinking of moving there next year.
Hello fishes, How is the WLB, yearly hike, promotions in NTT data, HR told me that they dont give any bonus. How is the growth for SAP?
Question for the more seasoned consultants, these layoffs and overall downturn in our industry, is it an annual cycle? Or is this abnormally bad
Fish, need advice. I received an offer $5k less than the lowest number in the salary range I provided the recruiter. Isn’t the rule of thumb to not move for less than a 30% salary increase?
Received an offer from a smaller consulting firm helping build out a new practice with the same work I am doing now. It is a $20k pay raise however I do really enjoy who I work with and really have no reason to leave besides money. I’m afraid to switch and not like it and be miserable but it is an offer that’s very hard to say no too and everyone I interviewed with was great and came from other big 4’s. I’m still very early on in my career.. two years out of college. Any thoughts and opinions?
People in luxury buildings - do you also give a holiday gift to the rest of the staff? I’m mainly talking the people who may come in to fix things or for example the guy who mops the lobby every few days?
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