Here’s Your Open Thread for Baker Tilly Compensation Discussions (2015)

We were gently reminded that Baker Tilly compensation discussions happened around this time last year, so it behooves all of us to start the 2015 version today.

It should be mentioned that in last year's thread the first comment warned against participating in the merrymaking:

We were specifically warned by management not to share results of discussions on the GC compensation threads.

Which garnered this reply:

"warned by management not to share results"

Tell them it's against the law to now to do this. :

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/federal-laws-employees-right-share-salary-information-other-employees-12899.html

http://www.canmybossdothat.com/category.php?id=420

Those two links are excellent resources for anyone looking to bone up on the National Labor Relations Act, specifically Section 8.

Now, then; shall we return to the business of discussing compensation at Baker Tilly, the 12th largest accounting firm in the U.S.? Yes, let's.

Like our previous two threads, we'll remind you that it's most helpful to share the following details:

  •     City (region is not informative) & Line of Service
  •     Promotion (if applicable) & Rating
  •     % Raise
  •     % Bonus (if any)
  •     Optional: Old & New Base

Godspeed.

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