What is your max class size for the year? Is that number based on a virtual or in person classroom?
What’s the market like for Risk Assurance/IT Audit in Boston? Salary for Staff, Senior, Manager, SM+
How are the Google case study questions for interviews? Have an interview coming with them. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you :)
2 nights from Titanium status, is it worth booking 2 nights with points at cheap hotels to make Titanium? Also, can I book nights for the future or do they have to be before 12/31?
For those at firms other than PwC, do you guys feel ready to be promoted to senior after only 2 years? I’m a third year at PwC up for promotion but I still don’t know if I feel ready. Just curious
Laid off by Deloitte and although having immediate rehire eligibility (pmd said this) firm is sparsely hiring. Got a director level role in industry and am psyched to start soon! Learned a lot at the firm and am excited for my next opportunity.
What does mentorship look like at your firm? Is it mainly business development/client acquisition or something more? I work for a partner who’s been practicing since the 70’s and can pincite from memory but I often find he’s too busy to talk for extended periods of time. I’m about 1.3 years in (2020 grad) and wondering if I’m “too junior” for some form of mentorship?
Getting married next year and will be planning a honeymoon. Worth it to take the SPG Luxury Card offer for 125K points with $450 annual fee? It includes annual SPG $300 statement credit as well
My life is a constant cycle of waiting until the weekend and then not doing anything when it comes! #quarterlifecrisis #wfh
Didn’t get the MBB offer, so going FAANG
Has anyone in the national firms moved from an SEC focused audit manager role to your standards and professional practice group? What was your experience like in the transition? How are your hours, and compensation? Thanks in advance!
Hello fellow teachers. It’s my second year teaching and I’ve begun to get my pace in the classroom with discipline except one student. She doesn’t do her work and when my coteacher and I walk around, she doesn’t accept help (for example, she will sit looking at her blank work so when we go over to ask her how should she start the problem or can we read it to understand, she’ll pull away her chromebook and annoyingly says I don’t need help. This student currently has a 0% in math because of this.
"The eight predictions, helpfully sorted into four themes, will be familiar to anyone who has read the business section of the Boston Globe. Remote work will be more common, business travel will be less frequent, childcare and housing are getting more expensive, inequality is worsening, public transit will be less popular, population growth will slow, and we need to retrain workers for a changing job market."
If things are slow at the client and I work less than 45 hrs a week - do we still 'charge what you work' and record less than 45 hrs for the week? (I'm an analyst)
Why aren't policies like one-remote-week-per-month more common? Wouldn't that drastically reduce burn out?
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