Interviewed for a job and the interview, while grueling, went well. There was a panel and an exercise. I have decided it’s not the right fit for me. What is the best way to decline? I feel bad for the
GT MBA (Management of Technology - similar to an MIS) worth it for a tech consultant that wants to stay tech focused, but didn't get a Stanford/MIT worthy GMAT?
How am I expected to keep 2 interns and a first year and the GDC fully utilized when I and the rest of my team barely have things to hand off.
What do you like or dislike about working in public sector? I’ve been given the option to join a govt project, but not sure if it’s for me
Hey all - considering applying to two roles. One is with UnitedHealth and another one says Optum advisory. Does anyone have insights into work culture and pros/cons of one organization vs the other? How easy is it to move within UHG?
Has anyone moved from accounting to a totally different role? Did SALT at a Big 4 and now do PE/hedge accounting for a large administrator, but thinking I want to switch to HR or CSR consulting?
Anyone have any book recommendations for real estate investing? There’s a lot of crap out there. Looking for a more serious book for someone who already understands finance and real estate basics.
Looking for feedback on KPMG? Culture, work-life balance, projects, salaries, progression etc
Im applying to this startup that has two positions that im really interested in. I already sent my app for one where I think my chances are better. Should I send an email to tell them Im interested in the other position as well, or would this be strange / weird?
My org will be pausing the Employer match to 401k for a few months. What's the best strategy to optimize my investment at this time? Ride along/increase or decrease my percentage?
Have a ton of Aeroplan points saved up. Debating whether to save them for travel or use them for an Apple Watch. Any tips? Is it generally better value to use them for travelling?
Need to vent. I have been interviewing candidates for a role on my team and finally found a candidate I want to hire. It’s been 7 months of interviewing and I was very excited to have him on board. This candidate just so happens to be Asian. A week after I submitted my feedback - heard back from the hiring committee that the packet was rejected and asked me to re-interview an URM candidate who has the lowest average interview score on my list. Now I have to restart the whole process for D&I😞
How do you approach an interview with your potential direct report where YOU are the one being interviewed? Some background: I’m 34 with 10+years experience but look like I’m in my mid-20s and have a pretty youthful (but not immature/ditzy) speaking voice. The potential direct report is male and looks like he’s probably in his mid to late 20s. Last time I was in this situation, the agency passed because they wanted someone with “more experience.”
Currently part of Deloitte US firm in India 2 YoE + MBA and 4 YoE in Industry pre-MBA. Moving soon to Canada. Can anyone comment if it's possible to get into MBB in Canada? Any one willing to put referral?
Honestly want to know if I am being unreasonable. My husband and I have worked f rom home since the start of the pandemic. Two kids 100% remote until two weeks ago when school started back up. I had to stop my work at 12:30pm every week day to make lunch for the kids and also made some for my husband to took it to his office nook. I typically don’t have time to stop and eat myself since I’m down at minimum those 30 minutes and I work in a bedroom so the smell of food in there is not desired…
Is it worth jumping to Deloitte (offer in hand currently) in order to position myself better for FAANG 3-5 years down the line? Other options include staying at BAH or trying to get into MBB.
Is it considered unreasonable or rude to ask recruiters to provide JD and compensation range before the first phone conversation.? I feel that would save all involved precious time.
Veteran | MBA candidate looking to pivot into D&I strategy. Thoughts on general HR vs diversity recruiting?
Is it ok to reach out people on LinkedIn who mentions in their headline as “we are hiring”? And what to say? Like saw your profile are you currently hiring for any roles, share resume? 🤔 please help folks!
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