To make it consulting related - what I sold the client as our technically superior solution vs. what we actually deployed.
How is Teksystems to work for external client. Do they have proper job security. Do they pay on time?
Are the perks and benefits good?
Hi All, I know some people have already gone through this phase. Is anyone got onsite after putting the paper? If yes, please explain how its went positive way or negative. Because I got one offer in my hometown, in tcs providing UK onsite....from another project ....What I need to choose...
Currently on a long-term M&A project which has made it impossible to practice for the GMAT... Is this something the MBA admissions would be somewhat understanding of, if I end up receiving a lower score? Or does everyone get "judged" the same? I find it hard to perform when my brain is mush after working 60-hr weeks long-term.
I will start (returning intern) full time in a few months. Worth my time to network and get staffed on a “good” first project, or I will have zero control and should work on something else?
I spend 2 hours a day being productive and the rest of the time watching Netflix/Hulu/etc or napping/eating.
Have been doing this for 3 months now and I continue to get positive feedback from everyone. I can do this for another year (duration of my project) and no one will say anything.
Had to get that off my chest. Life is so nice/on easy mode these days 😬
Looking to transition to a fully remote consulting job. I'm a data analyst with project management experience. Any suggestions of places currently hiring?
What % of our work do you think is actually value adding for a client vs just wasting their money? Based on the projects over seen and been a part of so far I would say it’s pretty low, maybe 60%
Wtf is it with people taking calls in the bathroom? Had a lady walk into a stall on a call on speakerphone at the client yesterday and just watched two guys walking into the men's room on calls. Gross
What do u charge for flat fee $ of Financial planning for client net worth of 3mill, investable assets of 800k? Then, if doing asset management, with planning what do you charge? 2different questions
Hey Guys! I'm new here. I work for Amazon as ML Data Associate and I'm earning around 3.60 Lpa. I have found my interest in product management, did couple of courses, got certifications in udemy, did a project on wireframing and product vision, strategy putting myself in shoes of product manager, learnt Jira basics, planning to do Tableau and SQL and I have planned to dive deep and acquire knowledge of some product tools in couple months.
Is this enough for me to get into APM role now?
Client cancelled production & wants a complete overhaul because data in their marketing report shows they’re basically not as big a brand as Nike. What’s better for this situation? Whiskey or tequila?
What do you guys do to aid in the amount that you drive? I drive about 30,000 miles/ year and I’m trying to cut down on that. However my client base is so wide spread that I often have no option
Hi, new attorney in Texas here. Confused on a professional responsibility issue. I know you have an IOLTA account and the client funds go in there. I thought we aren’t allowed to touch the money but I’m confused as to when I’m able to use the money to pay myself.
What can I do beyond Solution (Sales) Engineering? I'm bored in this role and not loving the team I'm on either. I would like to find something less client facing but still in tech. I enjoy creating solutions (I don't know code), tinkering with the product, creating, educating, and leading. Any ideas?
What is the biggest Salesforce-related initiative your employer or client has planned for 2022? Some new app? Eliminating tech debt? Process transformation/enablement? DevOps?
Got a tough decision now
My current job pays around :120k
Current job: senior ServiceNow consultant , just got raised, mid to big consulting firm, mostly government job, opportunities to become manager
One of my former client ask me if I would join them as contractor for around 160-165k
Job offer: 2 year contract each year has a chance to turn full time, with benefit , mortgage insurance company
What would you choose and what else would you consider?
I’d like to imagine that this writer spent about 10 minutes on these lines after eating a huge chipotle burrito on a Monday. Then when the junior client approved the lines without asking their bosses if it was okay, the writer just said to themselves, “crushed it.”
Accomplishment this year
What is a good career roadmap/ path to a FAANG or top tech firm? I am currently in a B2B marketing role at a F500 , 7 YOE total in healthcare. I want to go into Product Marketing in a large tech firm (Salesforce, LinkedIn, MSFT, Box, GOOG)
Path 1: stay in my current role and jump straight to a PMM ( I am trying but this is a tougher road. I’m not getting any calls back)
Path 2: take a PMM type role in a SaaS or startup than jump to a bigger tech firm in 3-5 years
Anyone else studying for FSOT?
Should I prioritize buying a house given the dual benefit of building equity and appreciation or should I prioritize maxing 401k due to tax benefits?
For folks that got their MBA ( full time) what was your age and did you feel like that impacted your experience? Looking to go 1.5 ~2 YO and but feeling weird about when I plan to enter (currently 26 F)
How bad would it look to quit my job in October if I am applying to business school round 2 (in December) assuming I can get good recs, just trying to figure out if admissions officers care?
Anyone at Coinbase willing to refer?
3 times I have gone through the interview process with big agencies and have gotten positive feedback all the way through to final interviews. Discussed salary and start date etc. only to be told right before offer time that internal team shifts or client scopes shifts mean the position is now on hold. But the team “loved” meeting me and as soon as a suitable position opens they’d love to interview again. Is this something you guys have experienced or am I doing something wrong on my end?
How many of you refer to yourselves as a “person of color”? I’ve personally never heard it from an Asian although the internet says it does include Asians.
I am having my third round interview with Dentsu for a business data analyst position. The interview will be 30 mins with 3 people. I am unsure what the interview will be like. Any tips ?
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