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Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager

 
#1 Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 11:28

w_001

All

Happy Thursday,

Was hoping to gauge some help from you all.

Was hoping if any of you can shed light on what he current going salary for a Manager or Senior Manager in consulting at the top 4 is?

I'm expecting a offer from around 3 of them however just want to see what the salary ranges are?

Thanks

W

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#2 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 12:30

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to w_001 (#1)

Not sure, I honestly would help if I knew the answer.

However, in the absence of being able to answer your question, I can share a different tip:

When reheating pizza, use the frying pan - it's quick and won't get soggy like in the microwave!

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#3 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 12:55

Jack Black to w_001 (#1)

New Managers vs. Experienced senior managers covers quite a broad salary range.

Surely the question is what salary would you require to make the move. If they can match that then great, of not then you stay put...

Check out Glassdoor for the most up to date information.

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#4 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 13:10

w_001 to Jack Black (#3)

Experienced manager, its funny how none of them asked for salary details before, now I've gone through the process I'm wondering if I should have told them what I want from the outset. Now I've gone through the hassle of interviews I'm wondering what they might offer and if it was a waste of time should it not meet expectations.

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#5 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 16:07

Frio to w_001 (#4)

It would help if you could be much more specific about the market, type of advisory work that you do etc.

A new promote in the regions to Manager could be looking at £50k, an experienced Manager in Advisory PI could be £80k.

Senior Manager is a really broad band.

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#6 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
10/03/2016 17:10

w_001 to Frio (#5)

Financial services

Programme project management

Currently on 72 at Acn.

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#7 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
11/03/2016 11:13

abc123 to w_001 (#6)

I just reheated a pizza, I read this thread minutes too late.

With regards to M & SM. You're going to be looking at around...

M - £67-80K + (probably sh*t) bonus

SM - £95K+ (probably sh*t) bonus

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#8 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
11/03/2016 11:20

daytimeconsultant to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

even better tip, when reheating pizza, put it in the toaster!

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#9 RE: Top 4 Salary levels - Manager/Senior Manager
11/03/2016 20:56

detoilet Consultant to daytimeconsultant (#8)

Sometimes I really wonder about the advice given on here

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3329207/A-woman-s-kitchen-nearly-went-flames-took-tips-Facebook-cook-cheese-toast.html

come on folks, why are we reheating pizza - use your bonuses to get fresh pizza delivered !

DC

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