Is 55k for a performance specialist a good salary? When is it appropriate to ask for a raise after you start a new job?
I currently do securities ops/accounting but want to move into a more client facing role. One of our marketing/client service associates got a promotion, so I’m guessing she’ll be doing higher level work, which may leave a gap for some of the work she used to do. How would I go about asking if I can work on that team in some capacity but still do my current role? I’ve only been there 1 yr and I know my current manager also has some higher level items in securities ops he wants me to do as well.
My current utilization is 105% , and planning to take leave from 12 Dec to 23 Dec i.e will be back to office on 2nd Jan
I am asking this becoz it's my milestone year .
I am Up for promotion
How much will my utilization drop to ? Will it risk my milestone ?
Hi folks, I recently applied for a new role in EMEA for a Specialist Solutions Architect. Got through n received an offer letter. But seems like the base is a bit lower than what i saw online in a couple of places (not sure of years of experience there though). Is it worth it to bring it up and ask the HM to raise an exception? How much time will this take? Is it a risk? Already the entire process has dragged on cause of delays on recruitment's part etc. Any advice or insight would be helpful!
I am a senior consultant (Tech Consulting) in a Big4 (India) who is promised a promotion in October. I have an offer from Accenture Ireland at CL9 level. Is it worth making the move? I have started disliking the culture in my team and thus looking for a change. It would be great if someone could help me out with this. Accenture
How you guys feeling about the raise?
Would you leave a top tier PR agency (arguably the best) for a smaller agency for a title change upgrade and $17K pay raise? Money sounds really nice, but also thinking about overall growth and opportunity and would appreciate insight.
Hi AC folks. Is it true that promotion from Associate 2 to SA happens with a meagre hike of 5%? Anyone aware of this, please shed some light on this.
Offered a promotion where I countered for a higher rate and remote work. The firm reported that my counter offer was going to take weeks to discuss, but I wasn’t “asking for an arm”. Two weeks later they approved the initial offer without consent and against my written request to hold off until negotiations concluded. Now, I’m told that my actions have fractured the relationship
I am being criticized for my self respect to ask for my worth
The job search has been long but I am motivated
I've done so well in this new role within the company that they are hiring another person to assist with what I do. I've voiced to my boss that I'd like to manage this department and they indicated that this is the thought for the future. Now they are asking me to train this person while I have my plate full. Is it wrong for me to expect either a promotion or to be paid to train this person?
Just got offered a Data Strategist role at indeed with 40k raise, also just started on wealth management data analysis projects at Capgemini, which experience is more valuable in the long run?
What is the average hike given during promotion from analyst to consultant ?
I know it depends on a number of factors , but just wanted to have some idea about it..
I am planning to switch as I am already in the lower bracket as compared to the market standards..
Got 37.08% hike from ASE to SE promotion based on techleap. Just wondering if any Manager or HR can clear. Why is it .08% I mean is it calculated based on some parameters or something.
Also what will be my new variable pay percentage at ASE level it was 8.5%
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I’ve worked 2 years at a non profit 501c 3 tech startup. When I started there were 6 employees we now have 22. I am considered a part of leadership and am a people manager in addition to my sales role. I am a high performer and last year got a 10% raise (which I asked for). This year I was offered 5%. I am going to counter but curious what anyone thinks I should ask for. I was thinking 8%.
I am a 17 year seasoned outpatient PT in Tampa FL who is the current head PT for my clinic. I do marketing, admin duties as well as staffing. I haven’t gotten a base hourly salary raise in 8 years! (I do get a percentage of profits but due to Covid, haven’t gotten one in 2 yrs). I do not get 401k, con Ed or health insurance benefits.
Current salary is $85K. I am getting very frustrated that this has not increased even after asking. Thoughts? What to do? What do other seasoned FL PTs make?
What’s the best route to becoming a better preparer and eventually moving into a tax management position? Just got a nice raise with my CPA license and it seems I’m in tax for the long haul now. Any recommended books I should read to help me keep moving up?
Hey! Considering negotiating my pay after 1 year of CT experience. In Florida my base is $29/hr. How much of a raise should I ask for (if they don’t automatically give one)? And should I wait to be a travel tech with another year of experience?
I am currently working at Accenture as Application development senior analyst with the CTC of 8LPA (3.5+years exp). I love my job here , all my leads are supportive and I can say I am way too much comfortable here. When I reach 5 years, definitely I will get TL promo here.
Now I have another offer in TCS with 11.5 LPA with same role(Senior Analyst).
Should I consider joining TCS for the package , or should I wait in Accenture for 1 year to get team lead promotion?
How to fall in love with working out? I hate it…
@amazon Just got off first round interview for tech senior product manager opportunity at Amazon. My interviewer, a principal product manager didn’t ask one question with “tell me about a time when”. The questions were all over the place and I honestly couldn’t tie them back to LPs because of how they were worded. And he finished with asking for a new feature for Alexa?? What in the world just happened here?!
Need job in Management Consulting, can anyone refer?
Analyst here with 1.5 years of experience in Finance
Any thoughts on poloniex? With binance and bittrexon user registration hiatus I’m looking for another option that my bf can sign up on.
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OCI members working in Pune, drop a comment here. I joined few months ago here but been WFH since then and super bored now at home. Would like to meet new members in person. Oracle
What does ‘In progress’ status in workday mean in terms of my application ? I have passed ‘interviewing’ stage, however trying to understand what does in progress imply actually.
Anyone recently selected for Risk Modeler in Credit Suisse ?
I am unable to find any new joinees for such position for Mumbai location.
Had an interview with Hexaware and 3 days back HR1 called me and said she will send the offer letter next week. 2 days back HR2 called me and said a client interview is scheduled for you and I attended that. Now if I fail to clear the client interview round, will I not receive the offer letter that is promised by the HR1?
I was offered a position IC4 in OCI managed services last month May 2022 and even BGV was in progress. Now I am hearing that there is freeze while approval is in progress. Anyone have any idea ? How long it will go ? Is the offer still valid?
I have horrible brain fog and can not find anything to shack it it’s really effecting my professional and personal live
To all of you experienced, calm fliers: how to I stave off flight anxiety? The older I get, the worse off I am.
Just sold my first property as a realtor! So freaking excited to have joined such an amazing industry.
What’s your best resource for comparing cost of living in dissimilar locations?
I’m going to get an offer for a job in a new state. I want to make sure I consider cost of living increase in the new location (NE USA) coming from SE USA to determine my net salary increase. For example, if I get a 20% salary increase but COL is +20%, am I really benefitting, salary-wise?
Twice now I have been ghosted by hiring managers after my initial HR screen. It’s really got me feeling like shit.
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If you truly feel you deserve a raise and have the qualifications to back it up, then it's time to take the initiative and make your case. Before asking for a raise, research what type of salary and benefits are typical in your field. Additionally, make sure you are aware of any relevant accomplishments or successes you have achieved in your job that may help support your argument.
A good time to ask for a raise is when you have made demonstrable contributions that merit an increase in compensation. Start by listing your accomplishments since you started in the role, then consider what additional impact you have made on the team or organization beyond your core duties. Once you feel confident that you've hit the mark, schedule a meeting with your manager and come prepared with evidence of your successes.
If it has been several months since you started working there, or since your last salary increase, then you can ask for another one. Before asking for a raise, review your performance and make sure that you can justify why you deserve one.
It all depends on your situation, but I think the best time to ask for a raise is when you have achieved measurable results. Show your manager the impact of your work and the value that it has provided to the organization. Make sure you can back up your claims with facts and figures, as well as examples of how you have gone above and beyond what was expected of you.
I think the ideal is after the first year, although it is not a requirement. If you are assigned more responsibility before the year, it is also possible to get a raise.
Anywhere between 6 months to a year is a good rule of thumb. Any more than that and you're missing out on maximizing your income over time
If you think you deserve it and they don't give it to you after asking, then you should seriously considered applying for a different job. It's usually easier to get a raise that way
How long has it been? If you've been there any longer than a year then it's long overdue and you should be asking to review your compensation ASAP