I'm SHRM-SCP certified and I have been interested in the total rewards or compensation side of HR. Do you think that getting the CCP certification is a good investment? I've seen many Total Rewards open positions but I feel I don't have the necessary experience. Any advices?
Thoughts on including certificates like Prosci or SHRM-SCP in an email signature? I don’t like it right after my name, but I’ve seen some other alternatives (like putting the digital badge icons) - what looks the best?
Are there any AMAZON HUMAN RESOURCES professionals in this bowl? I have been trying to get a job with Amazon for a while and I was wondering if anyone had any tips or suggestions? I have over 10 yrs experience of continued HR growth, currently a HR Director, have MBA and SHRM-SCP. I’m wondering if there is a particular skill set I should be highlighting to get in the door there!?
Should I pay for the updated SHRM-SCP materials or is it ok to use the books from 2020. I hear the test has changed
Hey Fishies need a recommendation on an international coaching certification. I am a senior HR professional with SPHR and SHRM-SCP certification. I am interested in coaching for career advancement. Thank you for your recommendations
Has anyone self- trained for SPHR or SHRM? Without purchasing the SHRM study guide? How did you decide between SPHR or SHRM SCP?
Hey Friends, looking for a job opportunity in HR at a senior manager Director level. I have 15 years of progressive HR experience and I am SPHR and Shrm-scp certified. Any leads would help me a lot. Open to relocation. Thank you
I’m looking to formally pivot to HR. My experience has been a jack of all trades, operations, some HR, some finance, etc. I’m currently a Director of a federal agency that I’ve been with for 7 years. I’m looking to transition back into the private sector. Would a SHRM-SCP help with the transition and will the certification make a difference?
Advice on taking the SHRM-SCP exam? I’m taking the exam tomorrow and not feeling as prepared as I should. Who has taken the SCP exam? How difficult did you find it?
Why is it so hard to find a remote HR position? I have my SHRM-SCP, my MBA and over 10 years of experience being an HR Manager.
I am looking into the CCP (Certified Compensation Professional). It seems to be quite an expensive exam.
If anyone else is studying, let me know and maybe we can share study materials!
For those who have taken it, are there any cheaper or alternative study materials to any official guides you would recommend? I went this route with the PHR and SHRM-SCP and passed each on the both try, so I wanted to see if that method may be viable here. Any recommended order to take courses in?
Hi Everyone, I have been an HR Generalist for close to 7 years. I had good managers and poor managers in between. My VP once told me not to pursue my MBA because she would teach me everything she knew. She never did. I am currently going for my SHRM SCP. I really enjoy being a Generalist but I don’t know if I want to be an HR Manager. Any suggestions on other areas of HR I should consider?
So, a recruiter gave me feedback that my lack SPHR or SHRM-SCP is causing my resume to be knock out by AI and human recruiters despite my position and work history in Multinationals and being in Technology. They suggested that we put SPHR ( Lapsed). I let it lapse in 2017. What is your opinion? Plus if I were to take another certification - should I take SPHR or SHRM-SCP?
Looking for recommendations for the SHRM-SCP exam; going the self study route…thanks
I’m job hunting in Los Angeles, looking at a variety of titles (HRBP, Sr. HRBP, Manager, Sr. Manager, Director). I have 8 YOE and my SHRM-SCP. I reached my report limit on payscale.com, so I used a variety of other sites to price the roles (BLS, salary.com, Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Robert Half). The problem I’m having is the huge inconsistencies between sources (there are $40k differences between some of the identified medians). (Continued…)
What do you think is a realistic salary for a HR Manager with 12 years experience in small companies (80-200 employees), MBA, SHRM-SCP in Hampton Roads VA area?
Hi All, I’m thinking about getting certified in change management but not sure if I should go the Prosci route or CCMP route. CCMP is a lot cheaper compared to Prosci but would it measure up just the same?
I guess it would be similar to the discussion of the SHRM-SCP vs SPHR.
Any advice for an experienced HR professional with SHRM-SCP? I was downsized from my last job as a VP of Admin wanted to go with Coordinator/Assistant structure. Been in HR for nearly 20 years with mostly generalist experience. Managed a function and/or people for most of that time. Senior level in my experience, but definitely not executive level. (Limited budgeting and PM experience.) Having a horrible time finding a new role! Getting a lot of interviews but no offers and getting discouraged.
Looking for a new HR opportunity in the Madison, WI area, or remote work. Any leads out there? 19 years experience, SHRM-SCP certified. Tons of employee relations, talent development, benefits, payroll, experience! Still growing in comp administration, and enjoying aligning people strategies to organizational goals and objectives.
Asking on behalf of a friend. For MBB, the Big 4, and other top tier consulting firms - which MBA schools enable you to be a MBA hire? Just the T10? UT-Austin is what I’m curious about specifically. For example, I have an MBA from a small private school and I know the big firms wouldn’t hire me at the MBA pay so want to learn where the line gets drawn to give my friend advice. TIA!
Hi All, I recently created my AWS Solutions Architect Associate certification exam and working towards Professional certification. Do you think I need to take AWS Developer and DevOps certification before I go for Solutions Architect Professional? Any advise would be appreciated. Thank you.
Thinking about getting the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification. Does EY have any amazon resources or training materials that they provide? Any advise from people who have taken it before? Thanks!
I’m a nurse practitioner looking to make a complete career switch to consulting. I’ve seen a few healthcare consulting positions where I meet requirements but not a ton. I have interviews set up with McKinsey and Deloitte but I would love to know of any other consulting firms. I can’t seem to find anything at PwC, BCG etc. I have a master’s degree in nursing but no MBA. Please let me know if you have any advice on where to look for healthcare consulting opportunities!
My sister is completed B. Com - 2022 passed out.
Which is the best domain for her, if she want to move to IT industry.
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Harvard MS/MBA: how much more important are test scores + GPA compared to normal MBA? Above the regular HBS medians (337 GRE, 4.0GPA), but don’t know if that’s a plus or simply meeting expectations.
I’ve got my 7, 66, CFP, and CIMA with roughly 3.5 years industry experience. I started a new role at the paraplanner level… is this a bit of an undersell? Or is that along the industry timeline?
Hello guys! I started career as quality assurance engineer. It’s been 5 years in the tech industry. I am always interested in becoming full-stack developer. My question to you guys is “what are things I need to do change my career?” Do I need any certification? Should start building on some open source projects?
Confused as to when to jump from consulting. I joined a T2 consulting firm after MBA and working from 9 months but the job made me anxious and personal health took a hit. I had decided to complete a year before switching out but just got an opportunity in CEO's office of an energy company. Should I switch now or complete a year and find something else?
I'm also concerned about exits from CEO's office roles, what do they look like?
Please help! Suggestions are welcome and appreciated!
Looking for advice! I was approved to work remotely but my salary will decrease 10%. I received two raises so the decrease brings me down to my previous salary. I was told that it’s due to the cost of labor in the area.
I’ve been with my company for 8+ yrs, I love my manager and the work I do (engagement, recognition, & wellness programs) but I feel like I’m limiting myself since I have the experience, an HRM degree, and SHRM-CP credentials.
Should I apply for roles outside the company?
I wish to join one of the top consulting firms like McKinsey, BCG, B&C etc. I am currently working as a Business Analyst with a work ex of 3 years.
I have started exploring on my own and one thing that came out different were Case Studies interviews and I have started reading and preparing for them.
I will do MBA also post working in one of these firms.
I was hoping if anyone can help me to prepare better or suggest a plan to land a job for a role that aligns with my ambitions.
Manager with a big 4 and finally have enough liquid cash to make some meaningful market investments. I am admittedly a newbie to trading and honestly don’t have a lot of interest in self-managing but would like a brokerage and/or CFP guided account (that understands/can accommodate independence requirements).
Any recommendations on brokerage or service to get started? Looking at Vanguard Personal Advisor service at the moment… Thanks for any advise
If you are a Business Analyst or MBA Finance fresher, and looking any opportunity(Associate BA, BA). Please DM me.
I just recently promoted to HR assistant manager. I have my PHR and working towards my SPHR. I am the lowest paid employee in the depth. We have a senior specialist and a general specialist both make more than I do. They have been employed longer with the company. What is your advice on this issue?
Publicis Sapient is hiring for multiple roles please mail you resume or DM for referral
Hi fishes, im a staff 2 in FSRM in GDS joined in December 2022, i cleared my FRM part 1 in may 2022, when i spoke to my Counselor if that would be consider for appraisal, he said that i have to wait till next year. My package was bit low compared to my peers. Please suggest me what options i have to get a better hike. Thank you.
Hi there. A friend of mine has 2Yrs of work experience post MBA and has recently applied for a role at Accenture. The role is named ‘ Oracle cloud ERP consultant’. The role is for Birmingham. What salary should she target? Also what negotiation tactic would be best? ( PS - She is moving from India and did her MBA from a B school in India). Thanks!
Hello, I’m a Physical Therapist (DPT) and am considering going back to school for my MBA. I’m hoping to pivot out of patient care and into a more corporate/leadership role. Is there anyone here with a similar background? Any insights as far as opportunities an MBA could afford for someone like myself? Thank you!
Publicis Sapient is hiring for multiple roles please mail you resume or DM for referral
If you had the pick of BCG Chicago and Bain Chicago out of undergrad, which would you choose, and why?
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How much accenture can offer for management consulting role for sap with 8 years of experience? Happy to have feedback
exchange rates for every currency, It’s basically involves predicting of rate of stock market commodities, the closer your prediction the more money you earn.
Headed to Germany and London in a few weeks. Should I worry about getting cash or is everything card these days?
Any recommendations for a single diver going to Bonaire over the Xmas-new year holiday? I’d like to do a good bit of shore diving but would need a dove buddy.
Hi ladies, what’s a subsection of fashion/style on Instagram do you wish to see more of?
Has anyone shopped on Verishop before?
I'm looking for a software Engineer internship please help me if your companies are hiring.
What's something you wish you knew better a year ago & something you hope to know better a year from now?
Need your suggestions
Blue Yonder vs NCR Corporation vs S&P Global vs Telstra?
YOE : 4
Java, Spring Boot, Microservices, AWS, Docker and Kubernetes.
What is the largest signing bonus you’ve received? What percentage of base annual comp was it?
How is the structure of Medical Insurance in Accenture? In offer letter it is written "Accenture negotiated rates for parents". 20% copay for parents and 10% for self, spouse and children. Can anybody give full details? How much premium for parents. Is it beneficial or should I opt for 3rd party insurance? Also do Accenture medical insurance include OPD reimbursements ?
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Anyone who recently been through Frontend interview at Paytm ? Can someone help me their interview experience, level of questions etc.