Compensation Threads, Now With Extended Hours

Because our editor has been predisposed most of this week and you've been so well behaved, we're re-opening compensation discussion comments for your reading and kvetching enjoyment.

It's also a nice surprise if you were late to your firm's compensation discussion and didn't get to participate (although it doesn't explain what you've been doing all this time).

Please direct yourself to your firm of choice.

EY and Deloitte are still going strong so get in there while the getting is good.

 

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