Ordered room service, asked if dish had nuts in it. Was told no. Took one bite and immediately had a severe allergic reaction (throat closed up). How many points? 🤔
DC officially declared state of emergency, so when is WFH going to be enforced for those based in DC?
Has anyone on an H1B visa opted for D-Flex? Any idea if it does/ doesn't affect your visa status because you're technically still employed but at the same time not working..?
What kind of cases should I expect from a tech bizops & strategy interview? Anything especially important to prepare for / any key differences from consulting cases?
How do you give feedback about the person leading your project without impacting your future staffing ? He is making our life hell and constantly throws us under the bus to make himself look good.
WHO is working with lady gaga to launch a music festival on April 17. What a joke of a health organization
Not sure if this is appropriate for here but Im 22 and never have had sex. Im a nervous wreck to start dating professional/more mature men since leaving college and worried about feeling inexperienced
I have my first interview tomorrow for a new job - I’m currently still at the agency I got my first job at (it’s been 2 years & I’ve had 1 promotion, for reference). My question is - can they ask me how much I’m currently making? If so, can I lie? Can they ask for proof? I’m grossly underpaid right now (way below average and even below minimum for my role) so I’ll be asking for a hefty increase, but don’t want them to know just HOW hefty, because I feel like it’ll put me at a disadvantage.
What are your thoughts on jumping to another firm after only 4 months with my current firm? Going from mid tier to big 4 and was offered a 25k pay bump.
And firms up in the Boston area know of hiring? I’ve been in DC/nyc my whole life and want to switch things up
When you see a chance for improvement and you want to suggest a change/enhancement to a client, how do you bypass this so called "precedence" (i.e. you're (us) okay with it before, why not anymore?)?
Articling student here (basically a first year associate). What are people’s experiences moving from an early career in law to a career/job position that’s not necessarily legal related but more senior?
Have you been scheduled on an engagement that you really didn’t want to work on and then found a way to get off? If so, how did you do this?