Same responsibilities, higher expectations, and lower pay than my peer group but I’m told that I’m the future... Not sure how to approach ... should I raise with HR or my boss?
With Accenture's rewards decisions coming out, how did everyone do? Old Title --> New Title % Raise % Bonus (if applicable) Old Salary --> New Salary CDO or C&M
What is the best way to ask my boss about my trajectory towards a promotion? I did mediocre work last year and decent work this year. Hoping to kill it ASAP and get more responsibilities. MUCH THANKS
Ladies! We hear all the time that women walk a fine line on self-promotion and boasting. What are some ways you’ve effectively promoted your work to clients and leadership?
I’ve been told there’s an opportunity for me in Hong Kong but I have to raise my profile there and have networked with circa 400 people before landing. I have no contacts there yet so don’t even know where to begin. Any advice?
So definitely made it to SA got a 8% raise.. but this is funny, one of my colleague who is an analyst and joined with me and is in the same TDP group got a higher % raise than me w/o the level raise..
Going into an annual review soon - I’m anticipating a 4-5% pay bump, but want to negotiate 7-9%. Best way to approach this? What should I come prepared with? I’ve never negotiated a raise before 😳
My friend lied and said that he was a senior and got senior job at another firm. He's lucky it's in a different city. Can you say 30% raise! He's been there a month already.
Of course I’m depressed...my only goal is to pay off my student loans. That is why I worked my ass off for my promotion. I enjoy my job, but that and paying off school feel like the only things I have. Anyone else experience this?
What do people think of the recent JK Rowling controversy? Just read her essay and it did raise some very interesting points. Wondering what others think
I just need to get this off my chest. I went from insurance defense to workers comp because I like that side of the v. and I thought it would lead to a decent pay raise. I wasn't making market value at ID firm and the firm had no more money to give (sometimes had to wait a week for paychecks to issue due to finance problems). After a year at this new firm, I definitely have my bearings of WC and ask for a raise during my review. That was denied and they had their feedback. After about 6 months..
Real talk: anyone ever regret being put on a fast track? I hear arguments that you have less time to adjust end up failing. But you still benefit from the promotion and pocket in cold hard cash. Cont.
I’ve been told there’s an opportunity for me in Hong Kong but I have to raise my profile there and to have networked with circa 400 people before landing. I have no contacts there yet so don’t even know where to begin. Any advice?
Ladies Need career advice . I am an exp senior consultant up for promotion next year . Have been a top performer at Deloitte for past 3 years .however for past couple of months I have been slipping.
If all of us got a raise right now, would we all be miserable again 6 months later after we’ve raised our standard of living to eat up the extra money we’d be earning?
Wanted to wait until after promotion notification to bring up a transfer. How long to wait now so it doesn’t seem too obvious that was my reasoning? I have about five months before I need the transfer
My law firm gives me a report that breaks down the amount of billable hours collected compared to how much I’ve been paid on a monthly basis. Does anyone else’s firm do this? At what point do you think it’s acceptable to ask for a bonus/raise?
Not sure how consulting firms expect to retain talent out of undergrad if they barely raise pay. Left consulting after 1 year, end of 2nd year and I’m at 180k comp now with friends at D and PWC barely hitting 85. I know seniors at D not even making 100k
Is it wrong to not want a promotion? Ive been told I’m on track for one soon but I still have sooo much to learn at this level and I don’t feel ready to move up. I am, in fact, terrified of the next step and the responsibilities that come with it. Has anyone turned down a promotion and regretted it? Been glad about it?
Any 🐠 out there specialize in microstrategy looking for a new opportunity? Project is looking for someone asap.
Interviewing with Deloitte for an Agile role. What should I be worried about? Any tricky questions or parts of the interview?
Can your firm force you to sign a non-compete if 1) you did not sign one upon joining and 2) offer letter says “must sign non-compete upon exit”?
Hi healthcare 🐠! My husband is graduating in the spring with an MD/MBA. The thought of going to residency makes him miserable so he is looking into healthcare consulting. How valuable is the MD? Cont
the lights went out while I was still working alone in the client office. is this how you consult
Internships for clients children. How prevalent is this at your firm? I have seen a few consulting firms hire kids of client's directors and VPs trying to curry favors. There should be a disclosure...
What mental health/wellness apps have made an improvement in your life? I’m interested in virtual therapist apps (is Talkspace good?) but open to any other suggestions to. I’ve never talked to a therapist before and think would want to start out with messaging rather than video bc I feel awkward about this
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Did Deloitte Fire all H1Bs or let go some H1B due to performance or lack of work to keep them busy ?
S2 to Senior 1. Base 68900, location Houston. Got a 4. Raise 19% and new base is 83k. I broke into the 80s. Cannot be more happy! Wishing you guys similar happiness!
Two years out of undergrad, in risk advisory at a B4. Interested in switching to more of a tech implementation role at a place like Deloitte. Any tips to make the transition?
Does a meeting with HR and a partner mean you're getting laid off? or does it mean you're getting fired?
I have CFP but see need for more managed account in my practice. Would it be wise to get CIMA (Certified Investment Management Analyst) to obtain more knowledge and skills? Thank you.
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