Trying to conceive . How do you tell your SM that you don’t want to travel 1 week every month to match the cycle timings . Especially when you are leading your own team
Bit of a unique situation. I think my offices FDD team is falling apart. Since covid, 1/1 partner resigned , 2/3 of SM quit, 2/2 managers quit. I’m a bit concerned with deal flow moving forward. What would you do in this situation? Should I try to jump to another firm? Maybe ask for a raise? Honestly I am getting pretty crispy mental health wise
Anyone looking for a Copy CD in Atlanta or remote? Available to start work immediately. Appreciate any leads you may have. Thank you!
I’m 25 year old and work directly with a 45 year old man on my project. I am the direct contact for the client and he’s the architect but he is constantly mansplaining things to me/ telling me cont...
Hi 🐠! My firm is willing to file an EB3 GC for me, however I’m from a highly backlogged country and was wondering what’s the realistic timeline for it from start to finish? The process seems to be stressful, to say the least. Alternatively, I have the ability to venture out into Canada (as I’m yet to pursue my MBA, after which I plan on pivoting into a diff. industry). What would you do?
Mom is sick in India, unfortunately we are counting days. Can my US born daughter visit her, then can I request for my wife’s H4 visa stamping with a reason of assisting US citizen (child) to travel back? My wife doesn’t have valid visa so she’s unable to come down and see my mom. I’m finding ways to get her a Dropbox appointment.
Starting at MIT this Fall and hoping to work at Bain next summer. Attending the summer ExperienceBain events, but what else should I start doing right now? What are the best ways to prep for case interviews?
Republicans just dropped new H1b visa legislation increasing enforcement and changing wage requirements. anyone have details? I just skimmed the headline
Suggestions for safe parking space near JFK, need it for 5 days. Anyone used Jamaica or Raddison parking?
Why do some people say that the senior level at big tech (e.g., L6 at AWS) correlates to senior manager level at big 4? I get it from a comp perspective since comp is just that much higher. But from a scope/skills perspective, I find it hard to believe that L6 is closer to SM than it is to SC. Asking cause I have a senior level offer in big tech. Amazon, AWS, Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft
I want to move to a remote fishing village in SE Asia and live out my days without excel or ppt
What professional advancement options are there for a classroom educator like myself? Are advanced degrees necessary, and are there opportunities outside of becoming a school principal? I’ve been teaching a few years now and I don’t plan on leaving the classroom anytime soon, but I want to know what my options are for later on in my career. Thanks!
Anyone here into AI Conversational Design? I’ve been approach to switch to it (from a more traditionnal Senior Copywriter role). I’m contemplating the idea. How do you like it?
Before accepting offer Check few things like Connect to social media contacts of the company you join and understand work culture. Do some research on division you are joining, it's market growth and prospects. Understand the value and contribution of your division that you are joining. Competition of the products and services your are about to handle. Take home salary and Deductions are explained transperently. Your grade in which you are appointed and level above to understand growth.
How do you schedule video office hours using Google classroom and Google Meet? I feel so lost here..
Is TAS/FDD just glorified audit? What exactly is it like working in this line of business? I’m considering applying to jobs to transition into it but I don’t want to be falsely sold into it the way I was with audit. Also, does it provide better exit ops than audit?
Working as an audit staff in big 4 shared service centre. It's been 2 years. I really don't like what I do there, also it seems I won't like what I'll be doing there even after becoming senior. Thinking of leaving and joining industry once ACCA qualified. (One more paper left). But people around me discourage that growth potential and earnings in industry are way less compared to public accounting. I know that too but I still want to leave. I'd like to stick to core accounting. Thoughts pls
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