Hello, I applied for a controller job and they are considering me. I am currently a senior 3 but jumped firm and took a lower level to get in big 4. I think I can do the job but am freaking out now lol 😂. I am a CPA, I also have an MBA and a CFA , not that the MBA and CFA are relevant. I need help , how hard is the controller work?
How about Lyft removing the $5 off after 5 business rides promotion? Back to Uber I go... ...whenever we get to traveling again 😬
Haven’t been getting any interview leads for months. Finally got one that would have been a good fit - thought I did really well for both rounds and just got the rejection email. Feeling defeated. Any advice / words of encouragement?
I’m so confused about if business travel is really going to be frequent this fall due to the COVID cases rising….
What are the ultimate consulting exit apps (I.e? specific role/team & industry) for the non-technical consultants? Looking to understand the exit opps available that: 1. Pay in line with MBB or exceeds (YOY raise is also in line with career and pay progression at MBB) 2. Have reasonable hours, at most 9-7 so I can pick up some hobbies and have a personal life 3. Have great global brand/prestige that will make me as desirable exiting consulting now vs exiting that company in the future
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Does anyone know if Starwood does a global promotion for the Fall? If so when does it usually start?
Urbandoor apartments for EY : do we get points?
I just realized the company I am about to jump ship to doesn’t have a 401K match or any contribution programs. Would this be a deal breaker? The base salary is a 20% increase. Offer is due @ 5pm today
Question: I’ve seen so many women get in mommy mode and throw their hobbies, careers, everything to the side as soon as a baby arrive. I don’t want to do that and in my mind I feel that I’ll still get to be myself. Does being a mom naturally make you lose your previous identity? It’s hard enough trying to move up within our roles but is this naturally in us?
How is the financial services consulting different across MBB? In terms of service offerings, areas of focus, culture
Blunt message I give to 1st years: "Everyone assumes you have the skills and knowledge of a toddler. Don't talk about what classes you took or your internship. Say and be open to anything."
Approaching 3 weeks on bench. Longest I’ve ever been on in 5 years. Nothing super strong in pipeline either. Should I be nervous? I’m sure I’ll be able to make up most of the hours later in the year.
Any thoughts on the best certifications to get in order to help move forward? I have considered the CCP from World at Work, but it’s fairly pricey to get by the time you wrap up everything. I was looking at both SHRM-CP and SPHR. Everyone that I have spoken to has the SHRM, but that’s also only looking at individuals in a small geographic footprint and within 3-4 different companies. I was hoping to get some thoughts on this from others? Thanks
Question related to tax returns - Did anyone experience not having NYC taxes taken out of their paycheck even if their home office/residence is NY and worked in different states?
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