ICYMI: McGladrey Compensation Discussions Have Started and People Aren’t Getting Their Hopes Up

If you're of the House of McGladrey and you can't find the compensation thread, let me point you this way.

Since conversations started on Friday, reactions are just starting to roll in and will continue through next Friday, but one source responded to our question of people's expectations this way: 

Tempered would be a good way of saying it.  The firm came off a successful year, but that hasn't always correlated to good raises so it will be interesting.

Again, go here if you want to read or participate in the thread. This post acts merely as a guide; we know things can get confusing around here.

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