What are the biggest challenges women face in the workplace?

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Men who find it difficult to work with female colleagues

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Allowing yourself to feel you have to prove yourself more to compare to your male colleagues.

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Feeling left out of social events

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Really...there aren’t other women at your firm?

PMS makes ladies less efficient and unable to work some times. Also found that many of my female colleagues feel it is unfair to push all family duty to their partner while many male do not think so.

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My siblings and I grew up in completely different lifestyles and I feel like I can’t relate to them. My parents were immigrants and they had to “rough it” while they were growing up. I’m one of the youngest and I remember going on vacations, doing normal American things, and have a pretty normal middle class upbringing. Sometimes they talk about things and I can’t relate. Now, they have pretty blue collar jobs and I have a white collar job and just can’t believe we grew up with the same parents.

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Anyone ever compared the pay bumps / bonus numbers for a2a promotes at different firms? Curious what the range is at different firm types. Thanks!

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What would you say is the moral of the Mary Poppins movie?

Hi fellow Fishbowlers,
I’m currently looking to transition from my current role at SAP to Microsoft in a Business Strategy Analyst role (Based in West Coast). I graduated in 2021 form a dual masters in International Business and Finance, and have vast extracurriculars in professional sports. I’m hoping to get any information on how to best approach applying for this role and if someone would be so very kind to refer me. Thanks!!

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I go back and forth between staying at Cisco and leaving … what’s life “post-Cisco” for those of you that have left? And are you happy you made the move??

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Senoir advisors and owners: What do you offer in commission and fee splits with junior advisors? what do you pay office staff?

juniors, what is your current or past comp split?

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Hi guys! I just started with KPMG as an S1 in business tax (about 2 months ago) There seems to be more and more push into going back to the office. I have a disabled sibling and an aging mother, which is why I prefer to WFH. Is there any way to apply to be fully remote and any tips on making that ask or who to talk to? I’d really appreciate any advice!KPMG

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Im in my late twenties and I still pick my nose

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Accenture Technology 🐠, What’s the pay range for level 8 in London?

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Recent lateral to Firm A; 10 days in I got an offer from more desirable Firm B. I rejected it out of loyalty and now hate myself and my decision. What do I need to do to go back to Firm B?

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Dear Connections,
I am a Chartered Accountant have 3.5 years of post qualification experience in M&A Tax and 1.5 years in Audit. I am looking for a shift. Please let me in case you come across any opportunities. My preferred location is Delhi NCR. Thanks in advance.

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I am having negotiations with a start up company, that i dont wish to join. Is it unethical to accept offer letter and then not join. The letter would help me in negotiations in other companies.

Tips on drinking more water when it’s colder. I want to minimize tea and coffee as it stains my teeth too much.

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I’m so depressed, have been for years, and don’t see it getting better. I’ve tried everything from therapy, exercise, psychiatry, journaling, self help books, healthy diet, etc. what else is there?

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Guys,

I have no prior knowledge of DSA apart from the theory feeds from the college.

The question is Where and How can I start?

I understand consistency is the key here. But Should I start from?

It would be great if someone could guide me here

As mentioned above, I have no prior coding experience with DSA.

Apologies if the question is stupid 😂

Thanks in advance!!!

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Dear feminists, do you ever feel that you are trading responsibility for domestic/household affairs for submission to a giant, nameless & faceless corporate machine and idealized vision of success?

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Currently working as a Relationship Banker. Haven’t had no complaints with how Chase has handled the pandemic from the consumer banking side. Recently I was asked if I was interested in a Financial solutions advisor role at Bank of America. Things have slowly began to pick up at our branch and while I would like to continue my career at Chase. The bump in base salary increases as well as the earning potential. Any advice on how to make a decision? Things to consider besides pay?

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