Has anyone done the part-time or weekend MBA program at Booth or know anyone that has? How difficult is it to complete the program with our work/life balance?
Any suggestions or tips on how to tell HR/your company you are pregnant and requesting maternity leave? I don’t know anyone at my company who has gone through it so figured I’d check here.
Want to leave consulting, but genuinely enjoy all the travel. What other careers would require as much travel?
Just started a new job remote but planning on moving to NYC in 2 months or so. Most of my friends already have a lease lined up. What’d be the best way to find a roommate?
Trying to decide between which one is quickest: flying or taking the train from DC to NY. Concerned that the extra travel time involved with flying might make the train a faster option
People who have left or are about to leave with an offer in hand: how did you get your new opportunity? Through a recruiter on LinkedIn? Personal connections/networking? Did a client hire you? I think it would be cool to gather some responses for everyone thinking of leaving!
What’s usually an okay time to arrive/leave on Mon & Thurs? First project is going to require 4 hr flights and 1hr of travel from home and client-site airport. Very limited on flight options overall.
Going on a vacation to Paris in January. Please suggest location / hotel (Marriot/SPG) to book. Going with wife and a 5 y/o Daugherty. Would prefer to stay close to major attractions.
Just started my career. Any advice in terms of travel, status, points, etc? Anything any experienced consultants wish they did form Day 1 in terms of maximizing travel benefits?
A company posted a job opportunity of the same role for the second time- the first being 1 month ago. Both posts are now up on LinkedIn. Any insight on why this could be?
Can we negotiate a rate with the hotel that is lesser than what the company gives and book directly with the hotel ?
I see a lot of job postings for Managers of Corporate Development/ Strategy in industry. What level can realistically exit to that? Sidenote: most ask for MBA but skipping that requirement.
Just got told by Infosys recruiter that they want to make me an offer but I need to wait until they have a client lined up. Is this normal? I suspect they would rather hire a H1B than me.
Is there a TC/title threshold beyond which an MBA no longer makes sense in terms of career progression assuming you want to stay in your industry? Weighing an offer in tech that’s 250-300k TC depending on bonus, but was originally going to apply to b-school next year. Wondering whether that still makes sense if I take it