Any suggestions on Bachelor degree completion programs? Ceiling is raising, but thick and will be right above me soon. Looking to max transfer hours and experience and limit time and expense. Maybe a better bowl for it, but shot in the dark here
Hey Guys. How to reimburse the vaccination costs in Deloitte USI if took paid vaccination (1st Dose) from outside hospital for the family?
So I was given x$ for relocation and was asked to submit receipts. Can I expense my security deposit towards this?
If I reimburse $X and the company adds $X to my paycheck I’m losing money right? Since I get taxed on the $X in the paycheck and end up with less then I spent
For you that tip Ubers and expense it afterwards, how do you keep track? Always update a spreadsheet afterwards?
My boss treats me like his secretary. I’m the only woman on the team, and he makes me handle HIS expense report twice a month, all the new hire onboarding, and just about anything he thinks his male employees are too busy to do. I’m a seasoned IT professional with two decades of experience and can code in 15 different languages. This frustrates me to no end but the exposure I’m getting to new tech skills is amazing so I can’t just walk away! Suggestions on how I can get him to respect me?!
If one is on a long workshop call (not an optional one and spanning more than a few hours) that spans across the lunch time period, does your firm or client generally provide for lunch when it's been in-person, or reimburse for lunch when it's been in-person or working from home (the latter particularly due to COVID)?
To con't the conversation on engagement rings💍 - what do they symbolize to you? My BF and I got into a discussion about this last night. He views them as an investment and an "asset" on the books for his future family. He also has grandparents who had to finance their trip to America by selling their jewels. I see the ring as more of a gift to the future bride that is an expense that can be sold for money if needed, but isn't an investment. I'm fine w/ lab grown, he is not. Thoughts?
Capgemini 🐠- are you at actuals or fixed per diem? Also is usage of corp card mandated and audited?
At a former company, they let you expense $20 for working 10+ hours in a day, but you could never use it because it would always be rejected. Recently started at a new firm, and I had a rough week last week (two 14+ hour days). New firm has a similar policy, so I asked. Was told not to submit the $20 reimbursements. Just as I was about to get frustrated, he told me I should get dinner for my wife and me. Only rule was to keep it under $100. Don't like working 14 hour days, but this was nice.
We all know about EY’s egregious lunch policy that makes no sense. Wanted to hear about other expense policies at other firms! Anyone really like their expense policy? What would you change?
How do you expense room service for a meal? It seems like it would just increase the hotel bill in the expense buffer.
Do you think I could expense a weekly meal delivery service (it’s precooked - just have to microwave it) during busy season? Would be delivered to the office and is cheaper than ordering in.
Left PwC about a month ago. I cleared my expense buffer on Concur before leaving and then submitted any pending charges using the form issued by HR. However I still have an outstanding balance of 1K
Got a verbal offer from a big 4 a month ago, discussed salary expectations 3 weeks ago, still no offer letter. Firm has to let me know it should be coming soon. Are these normal timelines?
I’ve seen a lot of posts lately about Accenture Strategy interviews. Are they ramping up their practice?
I just joined consulting and have an offer from FAANG paying the same salary. Do I jump? What will pay off more?
I’m 24 and my bank account is still connected to my parents. They did this to give me their Chase Private Client perks. Is there any reason or advantage to keep it like this? I want to start my own
Bain gbs (global business services) as part of bcc(bain capability center) How is this place for work, comparing to kpmg global services. In terms of Work life and all..
Reconsidering my Marriott loyalty after the merger and data breach. What is the best hotel program to go after for 2019?
Negotiating tips at year-end review for getting an above-average raise? Or do numbers speak for themselves?
Anyone wants to buy PlusPoints that are valid till end of month? There should be a market for this..
Business class travel? Joining Accenture in a Senior Manager role in Sales which would require me to travel to India and other international locations from the US. Whats are the travel perks at Accenture ? Eligibility for business class?
Everytime I ask my boss for a raise he tells me there is a freeze. How should I handle the situation?
My H1B visa transfer with EY has been approved. We have received the e-approval. Can I now resign or give notice at my current firm? The guidance apparently is to wait for physical copy of the approval before officially resigning. But that date is uncertain and I’m afraid I could get the physical copy a day before my start date or a week after that. I’d like to give my firm around two weeks notice and I am scheduled to start on 27th Sept. Thoughts? As usual, radio silence from my EY recruiter.
Anyone here work BlackRock ? How have you liked it? Are y’all remote? What are the benefits like? What are average raises and bonuses like?
Looking at a job posting and it requires 1550 billable hours for a litigation paralegal position. Can anyone give me a rough estimate as to how many work hours that will likely translate to per week? (My current job does not use billable hours)
Hi. I have a question. In a world where COVID is under control, how would you feel if your companies went back to being fully in the office? But maybe others were adopting a hybrid model- some days remote, some days in the office. Would it make you want to work elsewhere? How important is being able to work remote (at a location of your choice, not at client /travelling) a few days a week to your job satisfaction?
Accenture HR: When a prospective employer runs a background check, does HR tell them reason for leaving (quit, fired, etc.) or just dates of employment? Was fired in September and wondering if I am required to tell them (upon asking why there’s a gap) if I was fired or just that I decided to leave.
Where are the office Halloween zoom pics???
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