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Employer Strikes Back: When Companies Respond to Public Resignations

You've probably seen the viral video of Marina Schifrin, a video editor at Taiwan's Next Media Animation, interpretive dancing her way out of a job. Still at the office at 4:30am (!!), she made a movie of herself dancing around the office to Kanye West's "Gone" while subtitles documented her grievances. Among them? Read More >

Vault's 2014 Europe Consulting Rankings Are Here!

We are proud to announce that the 2014 Vault European Consulting Rankings are here-and that this year's edition comes with a unique achievement.  For the first time, one firm has taken the top spot in both our Top Consulting Firm and our Prestige rankings in all three regions covered by our survey. In emerging at the top of both of our signature rankings, McKinsey & Co. Read More >

Summer Associate Decision Time

It's that time of year when 2Ls who are lucky enough to have multiple offers for summer associate positions must make their big decision. If you have yet to accept an offer, you are likely wrestling with some serious questions that will not only shape your upcoming summer, but the rest of your career. Read More >

Can a MOOC Help Your Resume? How MIT and edX are Working to Convince Employers That it Can

The concept of remote learning has been threatening to revolutionize the world of education since the days of mail correspondence course, but has always been held back by the same problem: how to verify that the person taking the course is completing the work themselves, and is not cheating.  A new pilot program from edX-a non-profit that has partnered with the likes of MIT, Harvard, Rice, Georgetown and others to deliver free courses-is seeking to change all of that. Read More >

Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Career?

Could "faulty" thinking be sabotaging your climb up the career ladder? The narrative voiceover your mind plays for you can color everything, if you let it--at least that's the reasoning behind the book Change Your Thinking, and something called "cognitive behavior therapy," an evidence-based treatment method used by clinical psychologists worldwide to treat anxiety, phobias, and yes, self-defeating thought patterns that can hold you back in life and at work. Read More >

Latest Survey Shows Slow Improvements in Law Firm Diversity

Results of the most recent Law Firm Diversity Survey, conducted jointly by Vault and the Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA), show that minority and women attorneys at law firms are making steady advancements, but are still far from achieving full parity. The findings are from the 10th annual Vault/MCCA Law Firm Diversity Survey conducted in the spring of 2013. Read More >

Halloween Preview: Scariest Law Firms

Autumn is upon us.  With the chilly weather slowly creeping in on the East Coast and Halloween season not too far away, it seems appropriate that BTI Consulting Group released its "Fearsome Foursome" list just last week.  This year, according to BTI's annual survey of in-house attorneys, the "Most Feared Firms in Litigation" are… (cue haunted house sound effects please)… Jones Day, Kirkland & Ellis, Quinn Emanuel, and Skadden Arps. Read More >

Why We Should Probably Give Gen Y a Break

So yet another article/listicle/infographic has come out railing against the collective naivete and entitlement of Generation Y. But Wait Why, via Huffington Post, illustrates in a comic why Generation Y is unhappy (hint: it's because of all the naivete and entitlement). Read More >

How to Use Twitter Without Getting Fired

I know what you're thinking. Do we really need another article on social media tips for professionals? Is it really possible that, in 2013-the year of the failed resurgence of Anthony Weiner, and the revelation of the extent of the spying capabilities of the NSA-we still need to go over how you can use Twitter without getting fired/destroying your career prospects for the foreseeable future? Really?  Isn't the concept of losing your job because of social media all a bit 2008? Read More >

How to Build a Business - 4 Tips from a Consulting Leader

Is it possible for an upstart consulting firm to take on the traditional powerhouses of the industry and win? On the face of it, the answer to that question may seem obvious-it's possible, but incredibly difficult. Not only is the issue of reputation a huge factor for those in the business community when weighing firms, it also comes into play in recruiting; typically, the top consulting firms tend to hire the best and brightest B-school talent. Read More >

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