Here’s Your Open Thread for Deloitte Compensation Discussions (2018)

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If the last couple years have taught us anything, it’s that Deloitte compensation conversations are probably going down this week in some offices. And by “conversations,” we mean raises are online and ratings are plotted out on scatter graphs. Semantics, ya know?

In looking at last year’s Deloitte comp discussion, we discovered that y’all Green Dotters have it rough. There were several reports of 0% raises in tax and audit. Wonder what happened to those commenters; greener pastures? Still slaving away for the man? The world may never know. Here’s an infographic on it anyway.

Deloitte Compensation (2017)

So how are we looking this year? Hopeful? Disappointed? Suddenly Googling “post Big4 job opportunities” while at your desk? Maintaining that air of superiority we all love to hate from Kool-Aid chugging Deloitte faithful?

You know how this goes, but in case you need a refresher:

  • Position, promotion (if applicable)
  • City (preferred) or region
  • Line of Service
  • % Raise
  • % Bonus (if any)
  • Old & New Base

Feel free to also include your relative position on the scatter graph in the most descriptive way possible if that floats your boat.

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