Any start-up companies that are fully remote? Or that will allow me to work from S Korea?
Me at work after 14 months of remote working haha
Can anyone recommend an ergonomic office chair for my WFH set up? Ideally something stylish but comfortable.
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6871427562401275904 Guess my employer hasn’t realized yet that everybody‘s wfh??
Have any ACN people here done ADP? Is it common to get overseas assignments? A lot of the roles seem to be remote working, so would be keen to hear others experiences.
I am in desperate need of a new WFH chair. Please let me know your recommendations, that won’t break the bank. My back thanks you in advance.
Anyone move from consulting to Tesla that can shed some light on how they did it? what the comp is like? Remote work?
2 month entry level hire on the bench, is it too early to ask manager to work from home on Fridays? I have no real need to be in the office
Which companies are providing permanent WFH with good package and good environment for women.
What's a good billable hour total for 2020? Given covid conditions (we faced slump in work about 2 months) and work from home productivity.
Been so wrapped up in work and job searching and studying cases for months I feel like I lost interest in everything else. Anyone else feel this way? The endless work from home and grinding has just made me obsessive about work and I dont feel like myself much lately
Do you think post-covid that companies will ever keep their tech employees in NYC? I’m a software engineer for a financial company and already am probably one of the last people to RTO if/when that happens. But now I’m thinking that this situation has proven that they don’t need to take on the costs of having SWEs in a HCOL city if all of us can WFH/work from a LCOL city with same results. Kinda bummed bc I’m a new hire and I never even got to move there... should I lower my expectations?
If my manager is scheduling a 6:00 check in when he’s remote, is he doing it because that’s genuinely when he’s available or because he wants to make sure the team didn’t bounce early
Hi ladies! Need some advice on what to do here: For context: I live in Texas and work from home. I put in a request with my apartment to fix the ongoing air issues in my master bedroom. The maintenance guy showed up without a mask. When I asked if he could please put on a mask, he left, returned and stated that they are still waiting on masks and isn’t sure of when they’ll be getting them. (Cont. in comments)
PTSD from viewing the United incident... don't think I can travel next week. Need to WFH. Chances of that working with my PPED??
I have been working in a startup for over 2.5 years. Doing everything from managing storefronts, recruiting, logistics, and account management/sales. Looking for a remote role, any ideas on where to look? I would like to eventually shift into product or brand management, but open for anything!
With all the WFH and video conferencing going on, I hear Wal-Matt has noticed an increase of tops but not bottoms
You like your project / team. You like your firm You are unsure about the work you are doing. You don’t want to be in consulting forever. Is it worth going to a boutique for a few years to gain more experience in a different area before exiting to industry, given it’s a 20%+ pay increase from current salary? Given I am 1-2 years from manager level.
Anyone ever had an issue with "quality of deliverable"? I make power points like a good little slave then they are where good enough. Some wisdom from you fam?
Need some advice. I’m 21, my partner is 29. We have a son together. As I get older, I realize I don’t know if I’m ready to settle down completely. I know that sounds crazy, because I am a mom, but I want to travel around and my partner thinks it’s not doable with a family. I also want to eventually move out of state to explore other opportunities, but he’s not interested. He thinks we are just at two different points in our life. Is this a reason to part ways?
Apologies for the dumb question but what exactly does partner mean in today’s world? In olden times it would have meant you were a partial owner right? Does it still? Or does it just mean extra highly paid employee with a lot of leadership responsibilities? We don’t use the term at Accenture of course since we’re public, but I’m curious what it really means at b4 or MBB, beyond just extra high paychecks? Are there actual partner benefits, like owning private shares of the company?
Considering switching as a 5th year from a small litigation practice to transactional role at a different firm. The new firm has stated there will be no litigation. 90% of my current work is cases which a partner is the primary attorney so they will have to figure it out if I leave (I’ll give proper notice). However, I have a small number (10-15) of active cases which are my own. What is the protocol for telling my clients I’m leaving and can’t take them with me?
What’s the hourly rate for a tech C?
NDA’s are bullshit. I get if you’ve got work that’s confidential etc etc. (but how many of us are designing the new laser beam eye implants for iPhone?) But mostly they are just used to force people not to talk shit about things they absolutely should be talking shit about. Think how successfully they’ve been used over the years to silence women who were paid off after suffering abuse. Or you’re forced to sign them to get severance packages. It’s just one more myriad of ways workers get F’d.
Does Ritz Carlton have rate codes?
For severances & layoffs dt are based on performance (although disputes), what does PwC say in reference letter requests asking for reason for resignation and can employee be rehired in future?
I’m looking for a referral to a Certified Financial Planner. I want someone to help me paint my full financial picture, and start to lay out what the next 30 years look like wrt kids college, FIRE, Etc…. Thanks y’all.
Trapped as a senior in mobility tax and the job hunt to go into Industry isn't going well thinking of applying to smaller firms as an experienced staff in groups with more applicable skills to cont
Got an offer from a really small consulting firm that offers no health insurance or 401k match. Otherwise the firm seems like a great fit and something I’d love to be a part of. What are some things I should consider with the lack of benefits? I’m thinking I should negotiate a higher offer to make up for it? Thoughts?
How are gaming chairs different from ergonomic office chairs? Something like this, anyone have experience?
What’s the timeline for suffering through a role at your new firm before boomeranging back? How do you approach your old manager about returning? We still have a great relationship and there were no hard feelings about me leaving.
My boss asked me to tell him the # I want my bonus to be this year. I make 100k. Received 7k last year. Have taken on 2X the responsibility since. NYC. Thoughts?
Gotta travel coast to coast next week. Any advice on making it as comfortable as possible? Work will reimburse coach, even a premium coach option if available. I'm considering paying for an upgrade after I purchase, if $800 or so can get me into first class. Airline and plane recommendations? Who has the best premium economy, or best upgrade options? Is a 777 gonna be a different experience than a 757? Time of day recommendations or other tips for having a pleasant trip are also welcome.
My firm sent an email yesterday saying their tracking billable hours DAILY. It’s either they don’t think we’re working from home or about to have some layoffs 🤷🏼♀️
Saw a post recently about wlb being worse at a startup than consulting. Interviewing with an unicorn which is expected to ipo in may be 5 years. So trying to get an idea of what the consensus is based on folks who have already left. Role is semi-technical- solution architect.
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