Looking to sell upgrades for star alliance for 100-200$. Negotiable for shorter flights. United, Lufthansa or Nippon Airlines. Ping me if you are interested and have an upcoming flight.
Would experience in big 4 FDD make one a competitive candidate for FP&A or other roles in a FAANG several years down the line?
Considering offer from industry, seems low on the RSU side. 200/60k rsu over 3 year/20% bonus/15k sign on
What time of the day is best to call an investment banker to follow up with him on the results of your interview?
I’m working in-house…no timesheets, title I asked for, good salary (6 figures), remote, pretty much done at 5p. No, the work isn’t riveting, but that’s what side projects are for! Stick it out until I get restless, but nice to stop hustling so hard. (Accepting that I may never get a Lion.)
More and more colleagues are claiming that bringing a job offer from the competition is the fastest way to get a promotion from mgr to sr mgr and/to MD, do you agree?
If I am trying to exit to Microsoft, will getting azure certifications be a good differentiator I should pursue? Any other advice?
I currently work in a HCOL (LA) and have decided that this summer I want to move to a MCOL (Chicago) that isn't an office location for my team. Am I right to wait until after YE comp discussions (end of Q1) before raising this with my company? We don't have published comp bands and I know there is some pay disparity between the two locations. I want to make sure I am getting what I deserve bonus/raise and then negotiate any pay difference after
I am looking to gain certification or other credentialing in diversity and inclusion, not only because it would look good on my resume both for future job-search purposes and also to become better educated in this area, which is growing in importance. I looked at SHRM's "Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential" and got a bit of "sticker shock" at the cost - $1,655.00 for members. Does anyone have other suggestions on training/credentialing in this area?
What percentage of healthcare insurance premiums do you pay for your employees or what percentage does your employer pay for yours?
Best consulting firms in Houston for Healthcare?
I have 6+ years of work experience working as an Ops Manager in a 3pl company doing last mile deliveries. Highest level of education is MS Supply chain management from UMD. I have been thinking about making a career switch and go into consulting. What are my chances of getting calls from MBB? Or big 4? Or are there any other firms who focus mainly on Supply chain and logistics consulting? McKinsey & Company Boston Consulting Group Bain & Company Deloitte EY PwC Kearney
Can anyone provide insight to working at Holland and Hart? Also, when do parental leave benefits kick in? Is there a waiting period? Do they negotiate lateral bonuses for losing out on present firm end of year bonus? TIA.
I got an offer for a PwC Management Consulting Internship in their Chicago office. I keep reading online that there is a signing bonus for this type of thing. Has anyone gotten a similar offer with a signing bonus or have any insight into this process from the PwC side of things?
I thought I missed business travel. Yet here I am on my first business trip in 18 months, sitting in the main Detroit Delta Club, waiting on a severely delayed flight home. Stupid weather.
I am being required to relocate for a position that is still currently remote. Same state. Is this unreasonable?
When you drive your own car to a client site where you are staying in a hotel, do you also charge the mileage of driving around the city during the week or just the there and back?
Anyone have any experiences moving from "IT" to Management Consulting? The plan was to get an MBA, but 8 months into my career, my firm is laying off analysts, so I'm looking at my options.
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