Sooooo I told the partners at my firm I wanted to get some exposure to a different practice area because I’m not loving what I do. Not abandoning my current team at all, but looking to start exploring a different practice area where there’s a need right now. It’s a small firm. “We didn’t hire you for that. We get you want to grow, but this is where you’re staying.” On the one hand, I get it. On the other hand, kind of shitty, right? Or am I wrong here?
I am a medical sales representative with over 16 years experience. I’d like to get into SEO or tech sales with that experience. Can I get some direction or suggestions on first steps or any other suggestions? Thank you in advance.
Anyone work at PPD that’d be willing to talk?
People who have done (or know of people who have done) secondments: Have you had or heard of any bad experiences? I’ve been seeing mostly positive posts with doing secondments, but would appreciate any insight on bad experiences. Please share size of organization and industry. Thanks!
Currently, I manage one practice group in my office, but practice in several areas. I’m having a meeting Monday with firm leadership about transitioning to manage the entire office. It’s the firm’s only office in the state. I’ll have 1 LA, 3 Paras, 4 associates, 1 partner to manage. We continue to grow and will hire more. It’s another step on my path to equity partnership. Any recommendations on what to ask during the meeting? Salary? Perks? Red flags? Mid-Atlantic regional firm, 120 attorneys.
I’m from Southern California. Is this what a snow day feels like? But it’s just gonna keep snowing for 1+ months?
I’m not sure if this is new but apparently employers can now respond to reviews on Glassdoor? A response to one of mine was laughable but curious if anyone else has seen this or if this is something they’re just rolling out.
Any thoughts on Polsinelli?
Anyone know hiring tech companies in Utah? Im early in my career (3 years) of e-commerce account management and looking to find a long term company. Sounds like tech sales is one of the best options. Thanks!
I have no idea what this site is really but despite liking where I work , having my own office , great hours etc - the money just doesn’t cut it . We make association based magazines - 20% for new business , 15 % contracts and maybe 10 if I cut a deal - but they aren’t audited publications and only range from 1-4 issues per year - I’ve consistently finished 2nd in overall sales for over half a decade now at least - but I think I might have made just over 50k on my best year . I mean I’m as good
I’m a newly admitted attorney in a major southern city and I have a few job interviews coming up for staff attorney or associate attorney roles. I’ve only been a lawyer for 1 year but have had legal internships for the about 3 years. WHAT SHOULD MY STARTING SALARY RANG BE? I would love realistic suggestions for people recently hired or people who are in charge of salary negotiations. Thanks y’all
I worked/billed a ton last week and Monday and Tuesday this week, and then today I didn’t have any meetings or anything and just hit a brick wall - I slept until 10am and just dealt with accumulating non-billable stuff for almost all of the day. Now I feel terrible about it. How do you keep going? I feel awful about today and have such dread about all that I have to do tomorrow 😭 I’m in a new practice area and am super grateful for the work, but the learning curve is hard and I’m struggling!
Has anyone moved from corporate litigation to public defense? I’m interested in making the move, but not at all sure how to approach it/whether I’d be a desirable candidate with a civil/corporate background. Currently a third year at a bigger regional firm. Any thoughts/experiences much appreciated!
I recently started a job as an outbound, enterprise BDR.
I have no previous experience with sales, but I did really well at first. In my first two months I was at the top of my sales team, and one of the top performers in the national sales org for dials/arr.
I hit a block, and now I can't seem to get passes at all. My effort hasn't changed. But I can't get meetings scheduled.
Has anyone experienced hitting a block like this? How do you overcome it?
Looking to transition from L&D to Human Resources focusing on DEI. Pros and Cons? Any feedback is welcomed.
Wondering if anyone has suggestions for welcoming a new Director to our company.
My boss suggested bright colored balloons, but I feel like that's too childish. What are some professional, classy ways to say, "welcome to the team, we're glad you're here"?
I'm going with a greeting card signed by HR and his boss.
Any other thoughts?
What platform or consulting firm would you recommend to help a company build out a new and improved onboarding process that emphasizes on training in the IT space (Manage Service Provider)? Once the orientation with HR is completed and the hand off of the new hire to the manger takes place is gap in proper training on the role ans technology's (sales and IT dept). The new management team has been in place for for over a year. Nothing has ever been in place prior for them to work off of
Hi, Ben Analyst with 2.5 YOE. Anyone here graduate with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies? Has that held you back in your career and what degree or cert did you obtain when furthering your career? I am looking to grow in benefits and I've reviewed CEBs, PHR and was interested in obtaining my MA, in HRM? Feedback?
Advice on taking and passing the SPHR exam?
Is the flexibility in public accounting reserved for managers and up? I see a lot of talk about flexibility in PA, especially with WFH, but I’ve never experienced it. If I get a ping during business hours I’m expected to respond timely. Idk how people take an hour to go to the gym in the middle of the day.
# IBM IS it possible to change technology, while working as an Automation tester in IBM. Want to change : automation testing -> Data science. What is the possibility compare to other big MNC IBM ibm
Where do you get your Life Sciences/MedTech news? I’m trying to keep a better pulse of the industry and looking for good sources
I'm a college student who is in desperate need for in internship in my field (information technology). I need 400 hours or I can't graduate. I am having a hard time because I have no experience. Please help. Any information would be helpful.
I just had a recruiter from FB reach out to me for a recruiting scheduler and want to prep in the best way possible. Any tips?
I need a reality check. SO and I make combined ~250k yearly. Can we afford to buy a 1 bedroom in a nice neighbourhood in Brooklyn?
What should be a standard package for a Senior Salesforce Developer or a Salesforce Tech Lead having 7 years of experience in India?
How to get a CV noticed in the US or bigger European countries. Background 10 years of data science/data experience (around 50 ds projects) with 5 years of manager/head of data science experience with P/L reaponsibility. Lead program creating 25M $ annual ML portfolio with 15x ROI within 1 year. I've sent approx 200 applications starting only 5 processes. Any thoughts? Looking only private companies.
Currently working as a principal AI & data consultant for Finnish company.
Please help which i need to join ITC infotech or EY . Without considering salary differences.
But ITC is giving 3LPA more than EY.
Which offer should I take? U.S. Army Special Agent, or FBI Finance Department? Thank you in advance for your perspective!
Question for folks at Microsoft. With the whole increase in investing in their people what we’re non promotion raises like this past month or so or whenever they recently were?
I feel totally fine when my bf introduces me to his friends. But when I have to do the same, I have all these feelings and thoughts in mind. Perhaps because a lot of times my coworkers and acquaintan.
Who worked on the Spotify-Ringer acquisition?
As 2.10 years of experience I have asked big four to give me 17 fixed ? Can I except them to match my expectations ? @
I've got an opportunity in Arthur J Gallagher to work form home till there is a business requirement to relocate. Since we are working remotely for more than a year and eventually it is noticed that growth is there, also my manager has been working from home before the pandemics i.e since 2018. My present company is way notorious and have to leave.
My question is how to deal with the situation as I'm not willing to relocate due to family and other responsibilities also I have a new born baby.
Anyone else feel like micro aggressions are 10x worse than outright aggression? I personally would rather just have it out any day than politely interrupted, talked across, and dismissed via zoom.
I was on bench for quite sometime and hence, no scatterplots were generated. I saw of a lot of posts about "Default" rating. My coach also said I will get a default rating. What does that translate to in terms of AIP or hike?