What do admissions officers think about “Special Projects Managers”? I was offered a job with this title, but the title seems vague to me and maybe less strategy oriented than the work I would actually be doing in the role. Is there a similar title that would be a better sell to admissions?
I have enough money to be comfortable, a loving and supportive family, good friends, and good health. Yet I feel unfulfilled? I’m not a religious person but I feel like I’m missing something out of life and it’s eating me up inside.
I’ve been applying to jobs and interviewing without making it past the first round. I know that I’m a great candidate but idk what else is out there and it’s making me doubt myself and my abilities.
$12k bonus, would you delay putting in notice if you had to wait 2-3 mos to receive it? I'm not in big 4, but am unhappy with my job
what are the pros / cons to being “counseled out” after being on the bench for too long? Is there a severance package? Does it affect your track record with the former and new employer?
Is there any American Airlines program to match seg/miles from United? Sitting in a United plane getting refueled after a two hour delay.
When does Luxury Amex free night get added to your account? Is it only on renewal? Cause I was planning on churning this card...
Is AFP certification worthwhile if going for an FP&A role? I didn’t even know it existed until today...
Our company usually does performance evaluations in June of each year. Our pay philosophy is not clear. We usually give a COLA in January each year, somewhere around 2% and if an employee performed well, they get above the 2%. I have suggested we change our process to have a clear pay philosophy with increases tied to performance, with goals tied to overall goals of the organization. What is your process? Are you doing performance evals during COVID?
Everyone is different. Different circumstances, etc. I get it. At 30 how much do you/did you have in 401k and Savings? Do you/did you own a home?
Had a networking call with a partner that said they won’t be interviewing until 2021 for lateral hires. Friend said that’s not entirely true, and to try networking with others in that same office. Don’t want to come across as pushy. If a Partner really liked me, couldn’t they make a push to interview me? 🤔
I've often heard about the 1/3 rule when it comes to associate comp (you should be making about 1/3 of what you're bringing in). How big of a gap would you expect an associate to tolerate before asking for a change in comp? I'm on track for about a $75,000 gap between 1/3 of my collections and my comp. My firm is technically not lock step but does seem to be defacto lock step. I lateraled April of 2019 from a boutique so I'm unsure how this is generally handled.
Have an Analytics Manager offer from a bank in Chicago at 115k base +10k bonus. Is that too low? Currently at 98.5k as a Senior Specialist, also managing project workflow for the team. Cont.
How much do internal consultants (industry internal consultants that is) make in BASE salary? Manager or senior manager level? My current base is $200K. What’s a reasonable ask for base?
What happens as an account person if your agency loses the account? Are you automatically laid off or does an agency typically try to move you to a new account?