Our firm is rolling out voluntary hour adjustment/reduced salary and although they are saying this program is not mandatory, I feel pressured because we had few nationwide webcasts on this and partners calling personally to discuss. I understand the worst scenario is to be laid off and taking a reduced salary may be better deal for many. However, the salary here is peanut compared to what they pay in US and cost of living is high - I barely manage with the current pay. Starting to get anxious 😟
Does SPG have any status match promotions? I’m IHG platinum, looking to make a move to SPG given all the hype on this bowl. Any ideas on how best to make the transition? Marriott Gold thru United fwiw
Someone I used to work with at another firm wants a referral for a role to manage my team. I don’t want to report to them, but if I refuse to refer and they get hired any way, it wouldn’t look good.
Any PwCers in the public sector practice know if international candidates can be considered? Have a possible referral.
Anyone scared of applying for new jobs? I continuously psych myself out with the thought that the new gig may be worse than what I currently have...
Hi HR community! Anyone have a good “huddle” program they put in place, to surround high potential, high performers? Want to make sure my program encompasses best practices out there.
Anyone know info about working for Cancer Treatment Centers of America? Looking at a position in the suburbs of Chicago - unsure what salary is like. Doing a quick skim on Glassdoor too
How in the world are people staying fit in consulting when every Marriott I stay at has a cookie and a beer waiting for me at check-in?! It’s like they know how little discipline I have
Tips on keeping energy levels up while traveling? After 12 hours of work I start to slow down especially on travel days. What do you guys do to stay fresh in the late evenings?
I've often heard about the 1/3 rule when it comes to associate comp (you should be making about 1/3 of what you're bringing in). How big of a gap would you expect an associate to tolerate before asking for a change in comp? I'm on track for about a $75,000 gap between 1/3 of my collections and my comp. My firm is technically not lock step but does seem to be defacto lock step. I lateraled April of 2019 from a boutique so I'm unsure how this is generally handled.
full service agencies in NYC? intending to make the move over but it seems like not many places are hiring a strategist making the move to senior. leads welcomed! thanks 😊