How much can you expect to make in your first year with a Series A start up tech company as a sales development representative?
Cantella & Co., Inc. Discussions
Hi is anyone willing to explain to me what HR Strategy entails for an associate? Are hours long? Work stressful? How’re the exit ops?
I have started my career in SaaS sales and currently work ex of just 1.5 years. I'm confused that to grow, should I start searching for an SDR role in an early stage startup or look for an MNC? I feel my growth in current role has been shunted and going nowhere
I am struggling with the fact that I have 13 years of HR experience in one capacity or another, along with a bachelors degree and my PHR designation yet companies say “I’m not qualified or they ghost me when I apply for HR openings. I am experienced in all aspects of HR. How are people with little to no experience coming right out of college obtaining higher level roles than I have currently? It makes my passion for the field just go away.
Is there any resources someone can point me to about the potential legal issues and more information from an HR perspective about contingent employees (temps, contract workers, part-time workers) versus normal FTE’s?
I’m working on a project for an HR class and finding good sources with real evidence about this from SHRM and news publications has been rough. Thanks!
I’m trying to get certified for Workday HCM but it seems impossible when you don’t work with a company that uses this system. Any ideas of how I can get my foot in the door? Any other HCM systems that offer career-developing certs?
I might be able to get my hands on 100 accounts. All 100K, with a lot of them around 25K. Most of them are C-Shares. Is this worth the effort to find a few diamonds in the rough? Thoughts and advice?
Im a BDR at a large medtech vendor that expanded into SaaS complimenting our existing smart devices at hospitals. Sales cycles are long in this industry (min 12mo), but seems our value-add platform is so new to market that it’s taking longer (16-24+mo). I’ve been here for over 6mo and support 3 AE’s with zero pipeline and wins, despite meeting my own metrics to get meetings. Is this complex environment usual for enterprise software sales? Not sure if I’m hurting my new sales career by staying.
My husband does not have a degree but immense sales experience. He has been in sales in the food and beverage industry for about 10 years now and wants to get into tech. I am in tech and have a degree so unsure if he needs a degree to get a sales role? So many places are quick to turn away great candidates because of schooling even if their experience surely qualifies them. Anyone have experience or know if their company requires a BA for sales roles?
Is anybody else having a really difficult time hiring for employees to work in the office full-time? My boss is against working remotely or offering a hybrid option. I’ve never had such a hard time filling roles. This includes finding a new in-house recruiter.
Epitome of long hours was me sitting on the floor working on my laptop while eating popcorn for dinner with a spoon so that my fingers won't be too greasy to type
I’d like to be prepared for the initial phone screen convo, which will only last 20-30 minutes. The JD shows the salary range as 110-130(USD) commensurate with experience, but I’m happy to land anywhere in that range—yet I don’t think it’s good to disclose that. How can I tactfully still talk to the recruiter about landing closer to 130? Not trying to be greedy, but certainly aiming high!
Currently have about close to 3 years of end to end HR business partnering experience under my belt. Any tips on what's needed for me to better position myself for a consultancy role in the future? Any thoughts and inputs really appreciated!
Just wrapped a round 1 Account Manager interview with T-Mobile
Does anyone have experience with T-Mobile, share any insight, pros/cons, etc?
More specifically the role is managing Government Contracts.
Hi Fish Bowl Community - any one here with Uber For Business? What’s their compensation package for the Enterprise Account Executive role?
From a professor on Asian American studies: What did I just read??? It’s like I can’t process the words no matter how hard I try.
“So when a Black person attacks an Asian person, the encounter is fueled perhaps by racism, but very specifically by white supremacy.”
I joined HCL in july 2021 & completed one year in july 2022. Currently I am serving notice period and my last working day is December 7th. I resigned in September month
So when I will get my variable pay of last year as my performance cycle is still not closed.
If you were given a chance to change one decision you made in your life career-wise, what is it and why?
I was platinum lifetime marriott... on the spg app, i now show gold lifetime. That should show Platinum lifetime right?
At what level in account management do you start getting bonuses or commission on how much your book of business grows? Is this something I should be negotiating in offer letters?
Hi everyone, I am thinking of starting a Architecture rendering company. I am currently gauging interesting. Would anyone be interested in exterior/interior high quality renders, for new construction , and what would you be willing to pay?
I’m currently in Nice, France and wanted to go to Monaco for the day (tomorrow) . Are there any specific Covid restrictions or anything I need to bring to enter?
I have 7 years of work exp in Data analytics & Data engineering team. Right now managing a team of 12. Will PMP certification help in career growth ? Needed some view points.
Folks that worked in a PE-only M&A group - is it harder to go in house anywhere other than a fund? I'm in a PE-only group and every exit I see from my group is to a fund. Meanwhile, people from our M&A group seem to have a much wider set of exits (pubcos, smaller private companies, they even get fund M&A jobs if they want it...). Curious if it's just harder to escape or if it's just selection bias with PE lawyers containing to do what they know. Thanks!
Does A&M offer a mega-backdoor Roth?
Does your company have an Associate Product Management program? COMMENT BELOW! They’re a great way for new grads/ candidates without PM experience to get into the field but they’re not super well known from what I see. A few examples are Lyft and Meta!
Geez. Walked into an AD in Chicago that I’ve been to multiple times (had a *pipe dream* of building a relationship and being able to land an OP without prior purchase). I very much understand how the market works and the idea of having a “relationship with the AD”. But this sales assistant said to my face “you’ll have to buy a piece you might not even like to be considered on the list” and said with a smile that they had 50 pieces come in last week? Almost like bragging? Why be like that?