Looking for tips on how to calm my creative partner down when we get negative feedback on a project? I understand negative feedback is a part of the job but they always freak out. Any tips on how to manage that conversation?
I need a mid-level brand designer helping me out on a project through the month of October (should be strong in building layouts with a branding focus). A workload of 4 hours each day. If you are interested please DM with your hourly rate and a portfolio link.
Let's talk client side. AKA the Dark Side. What titles and roles does a creative slot into naturally? You know without having to go back to business school and all.
My client got F'ed over by one of their employees failing to disclose some things to the SEC I caught it brought it to the clients attention now I'm stuck doing diligence on over 100 employees. I keep catching things. I feel like I'm creating more issues for the clients but at the same time I'm protecting the firm as a whole which they're thankful for. Do I have anything to worry about by finding all these problems?
Just sharing a story. Thanks to months of therapy I have finally become brave enough to quit in May, when my current project is over.
Anyone witness slackers who got into companies you have no idea how? Had a coworker who does jack chit at work besides chatting on Facebook yet lands at a faang company? I guess if he brings the same work ethic he will be spit out for sure. Or maybe he just had no interest in doing project work.
Taking a client call with a senior exec from airport but no lounge access :(. Any suggestions on how to handle this without the usual noise all around?
Going to tell Leadership this week that I want to be rolled off. Another project has requested me and that project is better aligned to my career. Any advice to have a smooth conversation?
I'm probably going to get an offer for a job with better work life balance and I don't know whether to take it. I have young kids and I find the firm culture difficult, but I really like my project.
Need advice on what is appropriate to bring up to my manager. My project is wrapping up soon. The last month or so I have felt incredibly burnt out and depressed. I’m not sure if it’s been (contd)
Two weeks into a 2 months projects and the client has pushed me out of the project because of "budget constraints". I do not have a problem with it except that my instincts are telling me there were racial motivations with the move. Has anyone here experienced this type of thing and how do you deal with it 'cause it's getting my head?
Updating resume for exits, any downside to calling client for one project “auto parts manufacturer” and another “automotive marketer” if they were really just two departments in one company?
Any big Pharma companies hiring for tech project manager remote roles for system implementation?
Hello All, What is the salary range for Consultants in PMO role in Deloitte USI? YOE - 3+ Skill - Project Management
i swear all my work is to just fudge the deliverable to give the client or my boss the end result they want. our work is built on a piling hot bed of BS
I just want a remote project 😩
Poll Question: which consultant would you rather staff or hire and why? A. Consultant who has worked with the same client for two straight years, above target utilization. B. Consultant who has worked with 8 different clients over two years, above target utilization.
Anyone else get stuck at city of client for weekend due to northeast flight cancellations?
I’m solo on my client site and never at the office. I am an experienced hire, I wouldn’t know anyone if I went in the office. How do you deal with the loneliness that comes with remote syndrome?
Client trusts me. Confided in me that they are planning to shitcan the person I interface with weekly/daily. I feel for the soon-to-be unemployed...then again, they won't make life hell for me anymore
Would love some advice—I’ve spent the last 2 yrs in sr level role doing policy work I enjoy. early on I discovered I was srsly underpaid & had to fight to fix it. Then leadership changed & things were good, until recently they dangled a promotion only to tell me it wouldn’t come with a raise for at least 6 mons. Then a diff agency asked me to apply for a role that pays a lot more but the work sounds so boring. Do I follow the money or do I keep doing work I like while feeling undervalued?
Hey fishes, There is a opening for people who are Salesforce certified administrator. Dm me for referral or directly send your resume at email@example.com
Anyone stuck abroad during this time due to flight delays? Are you firms letting you work from home?
Big 4 consultant(joined after masters) making 100k base salary in SF. Trying to decide whether to join MBB, stick with current firm without MBA, or stick with current firm and get an MBA after 2 years
Hi! Has anyone ever interviewed for a policy position at the Chan Zuckerberg initiative? Trying to get some more info on company culture/what the final round interview process might be like. TIA!
We are starting SWE group interview practice from October 25th through 28th November. We did a similar workshop style prep in September and a lot of people joined it. Few things we do as a group 1. Solve problems of most of the topics and patterns 2. You have choice of easy or medium or medium hard problems. 3. Cover topics around system design 4. Discuss problems twice a week on zoom If you are interested signup below https://bit.ly/3ArBxZw
Hello Need to decide between Wells Fargo 21.5 LPA incl variable + 2.5 Joining bonus Honeywell 25 LPA Value Labs 27LPA + WFH
If anyone has spare Delta drink today they don’t plan on using, I’d appreciate it greatly if you’d be willing to share! On a redeye and a bit nervous about flying, wasn’t able to get an upgrade to C+
Looking for a NYC/NJ non profit to be on the board for. Interests include healthcare, education and supporting female entrepreneurs. Though I’d see if anyone has any advice on finding this role
I joined the team less than a year ago and have been finding it difficult to meet people outside of my team/billable projects during covid. I'm new to consulting and want to meet people outside of my team and learn about their experiences. I've attempted to schedule coffee talks/intro chats with colleagues and joined different groups. What more can I do to stay connected? How do you engage with your broader team?
Gonna get baby's heartbeat tattooed
I have an offer from PWC as an Associate and for EY as a Senior Consultant (financial services). I have a feeling PWC is better culture wise and with WLB but not exactly sure what things are like at EY. Can anyone give some insights on what the culture and WLB is like within these companies? Not exactly sure what decision to make. I’m leaning more towards EY because of title upgrade, comp package and the nature of the work but I’m also scared because of WLB and culture concerns. EY PwC
What level from industry would you need to join MBB as a Principal/AP vs Partner? Most Partners seem to be VP level from large corporates / CSuite from well known startups
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Zoom is dumb
KPMG announced no 2020 layoffs, but at this point, has any other firm provided this or a similar plan forward to protect employees during these times?
Anyone have mandatory PTO during the holidays? Our leadership is making us use PTO days if we don't have billable work between Xmas & NYE. I don't even celebrate Xmas, kind of annoyed
Controversial take: if we can send young men and women to war...why can’t we have challenge trials for COVID that likely has a lower risk of death and larger positive impact than war
I'm working inhouse and just feel like my companies industry is dying and I just really want to quit. I'm waiting to hear back from some interviews I've done recently but I'm not sure how much longer I can wait. Any advice on staying positive or motivated?
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