Was laid off in April and just got an offer for 25% more than i was making but for a role that I am not too excited about. Times are tough and i do need to get income. How bad is it to accept but continue with the rounds of interviews I started for roles I am more excited about?
Currently a recent college grad and working as an analyst in financial services. Majored in Risk Mgmt and working a rotation within Risk. Contemplating whether I should go back to school for an MBA or JD? Would like to be in house counsel at my company with JD or Senior/Exec leader with MBA. Thoughts?
Biglaw, capital markets, major market fwiw. Closing a big deal tonight and was told to order in a nice dinner on the client to celebrate. Price range you would spend on this? Would you get dessert? appetizer?
3 weeks ago I applied to a CM role with KPMG and last Thursday I received an email to fill out the KPMG Online Employment Application as I move forward to the interviewing process and contact my recruiter with any questions. However, no recruiters have reached out to me yet. What should I do? (I applied on my own and am not in the referral program)
Are comp days a thing at your agency? If so do you have to ask, is it a direct day for a day thing, or do you get shamed just for even asking should you dare ask for sacrificing personal downtime from what is an already stacked work schedule?
How long notice period to current employer should be in job switching (if employee is in beach) and what are the important points one should be cognizant about while leaving the firm?
Anyone feel super awkward around their team when they’re trying to develop you? My manager and leadership keep telling me that they see me owning the workstream I’m on soon and that I’ll be managing the project in the future and that I have big things ahead for me at the firm. The problem is that I’m job searching now and haven’t told any of them and it’ll be super awkward when I leave.
Had a final round for a role two years ago, but I didn’t get it because the other person had more YOE. Now team is hiring for the same role again due to promotion; how should I reach out to the SVP who interviewed me? (interview went well, but I haven’t reached out to them since the interview)
I have started looking for a new job after being at my first post-law school job for only a couple of months. I’ve been applying and I’ve talked to some recruiters who seem wary of me being early in my career and leaving. Would love some advice from people who have experienced something similar (staying at my current job is not an option at this point)
If anyone is looking for a job working in RSM's tax financial services group that has experience in either Private Equity, Hedge Funds, or Venture Capital space send me a message. Please have a resume for me to review and then I can get you setup for an interview. I am based on Los Angeles, but I am not concerned about location, as we need people in this space all throughout the firm. I spent 13 years with the big four before making the move and it was the best decision I have made.
Your task is to blow a job interview in the first 30 seconds. What do you do? “How strict is the sexual harassment policy?”
Looking for advice. I’m currently interviewing for a position that pays $20k more than I make now. It seems like the job would not be giving me much for my portfolio and may have some work/life balance issues (but tbh what agency doesn’t). I’ve got piles of student loan debt. I’m only in year 2 of my career. Do I take this job for a year, deal with the downsides, pay off a huge chunk of my debt, then get back to fun stuff? Or will it hurt my career to have a portfolio gap?
I'd love to connect with other elementary librarians to discuss lesson ideas, class management styles, etc.!
PSA: never hire b4 & Accenture mc for anything that is close to strategy work. Just started at T2 strategy firm and it turns out we are cheaper than b4, lols. I would for sure hire t2 instead for better talent.
If you are hired for a project at a big company but it’s not long-term, how would you position/announce it on your LinkedIn? Announce you’re freelancing/self-employed or as a consultant for the big company?
Does anybody do a “work uniform” in the office? I’m new in an in-house role at a company that has dress for your day (primarily jeans), and I’m thinking about doing that when we go back (1-2 days a week). I need to buy new clothes post-covid anyways. I’m thinking some casual, but quality, plain black dresses that I can wear a sweater, jacket, blazer (when necessary), shirt, etc. over. Could dress up or down with shoes. Thoughts?
In EY advisory during promotion year will there be extra salary increment apart from the normal year end appraisal? Expecting promo from SC to Manager
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