Does anyone here have good sourcing resources for a Payroll & Benefits Specialist for full-time work?
Anyone in ny market do per diem work if so what type of work and what do you charge and what practice level are you at?
Are there actually Case Manager positions that are available to other healthcare workers who aren’t RN’s? If so, could anyone please suggest such employers… (thx in advance!)
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?
Noob question: how can I know my tax rate when i retire and start withdrawing money from 401k?
Started using TalkSpace recently and really have not connected with my therapist after 3 sessions, but I get so anxious about the prospect of telling her I want to try someone else even though it’s one of the touted benefits of the app. I’ve contemplated just ghosting and changing my therapist in my account, but don’t want to do that either.
I know this seems like such a minor thing, but it’s really stressed me out. What is the proper etiquette here / how do I approach this?
I am so conflicted and not sure what to do. A company I wanted to work for was not ready for hire when I first reached out in Sept. Since then I have accepted a job at a outpatient oncology clinic, starting in Jan at a renowned hosp. Having said that the other company does more of what I was hoping to do when I left my previous job. The company is a vessel for new ideas in healthcare helping their community specifically with seed funding, & launching their own programs. I have no idea what to do
Folks making more than £100K: How do you deal with the 60% effective tax rate on the 100-125K bracket? (HMRC gradually reduces your £12,750 personal tax-free allowance to £0.)
This is the first time it is happening to me. With one month to go until the end of the tax year, I'm thinking of making a one-off extra pension contribution next payroll.
Any other effective strategies with only one month to go?
Looking for feedback from the group about the benefits of using an exercise ball as a chair vs transitioning to a standing desk. Costs are an obvious factor in favor of an exercise ball but curious if anyone has seen any health benefits using either. Thanks
I am looking to transition into an HR Generalist role. I have 8 years of experience recruiting for manufacturing, healthcare and industrial positions. Any advice on getting started?
I feel under paid. Am I?
8 YOE in Phoenix. I work for an engineering firm. I added up the hires I am personally responsible for this year and it is 107 to date. I was pleasantly surprised by myself, but know I’ve put a lot of hours in.
- 35 college hires (interns up to 18 months exp)
- 54 experienced hires (18 months to 12 YOE)
- 10 business (accounting, marketing, HR)
- 8 administrative staff
Bonus: 45K (expectation for end of year)
401K : ~22K
How is the work culture and work life balance in IBM software labs Pune? What all other benefits we get if we join at Band 8? Is there any night shifts culture? IBM
Looking for a referral to Guidehouse. 3.5YOE health insurance management and operations. Please comment to connect!
Has anyone moved from Accenture Federal to CGI Federal at Manager/Senior Manager level? Looking at Strategy/Organizational Change Management roles, and curious to know if you feel that compensation and benefits were worth it when measured against your actual experience once you started working with CGI. (I understand that some of it depends on the account you're on, the team you have, etc., just trying to decide if it's worth considering.) Thanks!
Do you think it's the fault of employees who work late or extend and set it as a culture or the employers who always wants more...?
I think even if u could say clearly NO there are management people who doesn't respect it.. based on my personal experience.
Anyone from Innocean here? I’m curious what their creative team structure is and how the creative team works along side the live events/production team.
Anyone in here have experience with freelance writing? Any thoughts on this as a source of passive income? Sorry if this has been discussed before, new to this bowl.
I realized there aren’t any group about Mechanical Engineering so I have created one for us. I hope this bowl can help the fellow Mechanical Engineers to talk about our fields, salaries, jobs, and anything related!
What will be the average salary for an Export Manager position covering 16 states? The company sales European wines.
Looking for open positions and referrals for associate/consultant positions for oncology. I have a PhD in Cell Biology, MBA certification in Pharmaceutical business and 6 months consulting experience
My last working day in tcs is next month 18
After lwd how many days it will take to get experience letter?
Any ex tcser?
I’m currently in between jobs right now & I’m thinking about obtaining my SHRM-CP certification. Just wondering if that would help me be more marketable in my job search and stand out from the crowd. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Hi I have been in sales leadership for 10 plus years. I want to transition to sales training. Completely burned out on retail. Anyone have any advice on how to transition quickly.
Anyone work in IoT Sales Cisco? What is the comp like? Can’t find a definitive range online and wondering what avg base and performance looks like?!
How many Big Law partners sacrificed their marriage to become partner, and, if you didn’t, how did you pull it off. Almost every partner I have ever worked for has been divorced at least once....
Is it common to get asked to provide professional references at the end of the interview process with tech sector? (Both Faang and non faang) Not sure if it matters but for team lead / head of function roles
Transitioning from junior in house at a very small company where I only did small easy contract review to a large multinational corporation in a few weeks, and have those weeks off. Does anyone have any book recommendations I can read until then that actually offer good insight and helpful tips?!
I didn’t learn that much on the business side and I love reading, so seems like a good idea to relax while also preparing a bit.
Anyone in Ontario, canada?
What are you making yearly? And what kind of sales?
I am currently in product sale and make roughly around 100k a year, with 40k base. I would like to get my hands into tech sales and tip and tricks
I have RN (ER) + NP (primary care) experiences. 10 YOE total. I have a tech role as well as an NP (EHR, small-scale project management, implementation, etc). I am looking for a senior consultant WFH position where I can bridge my love for healthcare & tech and doesn't require a business certification or travel > 50%. I'm in CA. I don't want to waste anyone's time -- please let me know what approximate salary range is. Referrals would be nice too! Thank you!
Hi, I've been looking for a new position since finding out I'm grossly underpaid at my current job compared to my colleagues doing the same job. Been offered a position that would double my tarket salary and increase my base by an ok amount. I accepted verbally Friday late afternoon and expect a contract ready for signing on Monday. However I think I might be offered another job soon that I would rather have. Unsure on what to do. Any suggestions?
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I’m considering joining EY in London. Currently at a boutique consultancy. I joined Fishbowl to try to get a sense ‘from the inside’ of the Big4 as I don’t have close contacts I can ask. I’ve seen a lot of griping in the other channels from more junior staff about comparatively low pay, EY not keeping up, clunky tech, etc. Is that just normal / expected grumbling? Would be really interested in the Partner perspective on this. Feel free to DM if more appropriate. Thanks!
Did you make a "Resolution" for this year? If so, what was it? I'm working on spending more time with my family, and staying away from tech to the best of my ability on Sundays.
Does anyone know what the payout plan looks like for non-equity partners at EY in consulting/advisory if the split goes ahead? Please DM if not comfortable posting here.
How is the current madness around Omicron affecting your firm? Are you implementing or changing policies to address it? Know this is a touchy subject, just taking a pulse.
What are some key ways you balance stress and not taking it out on others/family? It's something I'm always working on but none of us are perfect. That said, I've made vast improvements. During the winter it's always harder as I feel many of my outlets are limited [like golf etc]
I work a midsize regional firm and, no surprise, we are hemorrhaging staff. And it’s the good ones leaving. Some for family offices and industry positions, which I can understand. But others for smaller accounting firms as staff and seniors which just seems like a career killer to me. I’m convinced we need to do retention bonuses, raises, and recruit new talent by paying above market. Of course I’m a younger partner and don’t have the pull to actually make this happen. Thoughts?
I started a firm with three other colleagues about a year and a half ago. We all came from the same bigger firm and now obviously we are considered a very small. We want to make our first hire and hire someone for around $100,000 as a manager to manage around $200,000 of work. They came back at $120,000. After taxes and benefits that’s $150k to manage and prepare $200k of work. Anyone own a smaller firm who can share opinion? How much work should one manage for that kind of salary?
Guys - can anyone share earnings at BDO and RSM at 1-5 years of partner experience. Trying to negotiate with one of these firm and will be helpful to know.
Will auditing eventually be conducted electronically using AI? What does the future hold?
Vaccine mandates over finally. Except for the unconstitutional hypocritical NYC mandate.
Any firms that use CCH make sure your invoices are being checked carefully. We just reviewed ours and were over-billed the last 2 years. We were supposed to have discounts and the math wasn’t even correct across for the amount times the discount to the amount billed. The worst part is our rep then gave a bullshit story of how the list price was incorrect on the invoice but the amount billed was correct.
Work in tax, moved to a new state a number of years ago and didn't transfer my CPA license. Got a partner offer from a top six firm in my new state. Can I become a partner before I transfer my license to my new state?
How does leaving a cpa firm partnership work? I have no next role set up but feel like it might be best to give notice and start the process now. Thanks for any advice.
What do other partners take as unreimbursed partnership expenses? I have heard some say they do nothing (because it isn’t addressed in the partnership agreement) but others say they take quite a bit (if there is an expense policy manual that disallows it). My read of the law is the latter is the correct read.
What's your best advice for someone who wants to make Partner and is early in their career?
2nd year partner at a top 6 accounting firm. Have offer from big 4 for $200K more annually. Don’t really want to take it, but how can I not.? That’s approx a college education annually after tax. Should I try to negotiate or just take the money and jump ship. Feeling Seriously undervalued for what I’m bringing to the firm in terms of people building, sales, book of business. Hate to not be loyal, but $200K is $200K. Advice please
For US locations of Big Four firms, please indicate your covid vaccine policy and effective dates for when those policies started.
No judgment tax question. Would a covered deck extension and repair to be used for work purposes (home office) be classified a deductible business expense? Need guidance.
We are essentially an outsourced controller for our largest client. The owner is taking MASSIVE amounts of distributions over and above income. He’s essentially financed $1M in distributions from his LOC. We have spoken to him multiple times about this and the behavior never stops. What would you do here? Fire your largest client? Do you feel your reputation would be affected when this behavior comes to light? Inevitably it will when he bankrupts the company one day.
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Accounting pay for the college requirements/cost and hours worked isn’t alluring anymore when there are alternatives. The internet has allowed for younger generations to know the working conditions and pay for various career paths unlike in prior generations.
Some things I have heard in recent years from our people are that in some offices staff work as much as there investment banking counterparts and after 3 years are paid 1/2 and the education requirements are higher for accounting. Driven people can go into tech after a programming boot camp that lasts 3 months and make more starting than our managers after 5 years of school and 5 years of work. Trades people such as an electrician makes close to 90k a year after 4 years of work but only works 40hrs a week. If they work overtime they make as much as our managers with no formal education/costs.
Finally accounting graduates normally tick up during a recession since there are theoretically still jobs to be filled while other careers have limited openings. We have gone 14 years without a real recession (2020 was a blip). That’s a long time to go without a wave of accounting graduates and Covid accelerated older accountants to retire which has caused this labor shortage. We will be in this for 4-5 years I predict assuming we have a recession next year, so just keep hiring as much as you can.
Accounting majors and grads are way down right now. The fact accounting is being seen as a 5 year degree now days since you need 150 to graduate. In my location colleges and universities are banding together to redesign curriculum to eliminate the potential of traditional spring internships unless you are willing to make it a 6 year degree. These are all adding up. The 150 credit requirement did more to hurt the profession than help it.