How many of you have actually read the entire handbook? How long was it? What was the hardest or easiest part of the handbook for you?
What do you do on Monday to get your week set up? I feel like I spend so much time helping my team get their pipelines in shape for the week / setting up a plan.
Would my bosses let me move to work in a different state? I work as an internal consultant within KPMG, working for the firm within the internal HR team. I have been with KPMG for 5 months but I am wanting to move back home to be with my family - on the other side of the country. There’s only a 2 hour Timezone difference and I’d make sure to work on current time. My line manager I report to lives in another state to me anyway - and it seems to work well for her. Am I pushing my luck to ask?
Good Afternoon and Happy Friday everyone! I work for a larger fulfillment center and I am tasked with coming up with some new ideas to do for team member engagements. Usually once a week we hand out cookies, chips or popcorn with Gatorade. This is for close to 1200 team members. Does anyone have any great ideas?
How do you communicate with employees who don't want to wear masks? Unbelievable to me people still have issues grasping this need.
Is it common practice for employee relations teams to have a policy that strongly discourages supervisors from corresponding with terminated employees? Cont’d...
What does Sales Enablement mean to you? Does anyone here work in some type of Sales Enablement roll currently?
I'm an HR Generalist with about 7 years of experience. What is the best way to learn more about Compensation? I've always wanted to dive deeper into that area of HR, however, until recently, I only have ever worked at larger organizations that claimed there wasn't time to cross train me or to help with comp projects. Would it be beneficial to take a step down and try to find an Jr comp analyst position? Is there a program I could participate in to learn specifically about the nuance's of compensation?
Hi guys, I have worked in an international b2b sales role, my manager who is located in US offered to give me a reference letter, it was aligned that I will compose the letter for him to sign ...In my EU country were we typically don’t do these documents .....I found some examples in the internet but would be interested to see some real life sales specific letters..... what is mandatory for such document to be included and how did yours look like ...would appreciate any input from your side
As a salesperson I generally take the approach of keeping my opinions to myself, if a customer asks me something directly I'm not going to lie to them I'll share what I believe in a respectful way. In other words I don't try to force my views on anyone, but lately our world seems to be more and more polarized on everything, and everyone is offered just by knowing you don't share the same views as they do they can't imagine their opinion isn't the only one. How are you handling these situations?
HELP: I have been a TA for 5 yrs, and prior my role was HR/recruiter.I have tried to get out of TA and move into HR but I am having a difficult time. I have applied to entry level HR roles, simply to “start” fresh, and have not seen any luck for 2yrs.It’s not that I don’t like TA, but my company has no growth option and I am stuck at a dead end, unless a magical spell is casted. I have also applied to other TA roles as well, in hope to get industry experience. How can I better market myself?
For all that HR leaders have done to shoulder the huge responsibilities over the last 6 months, what are your organizations doing to take care of you? For all the space we hold for other people, is anyone holding space for you?
At what age did you save your first billion? P.s. I’ve spent two months at a big 4 how do I get to McKinsey?
How long to stay at home rent free with grandparents/parents/siblings after college before moving to a city like NYC/Boston? Currently maxing 401k, Roth and 80k saves in mutual funds
What are the key components of your performance review process? The data points we currently use are manager and self scoring of a scorecard for each employee (scorecard outlines mission for the position, outcomes, and competencies) as well as peer feedback based on the competencies of the position (thought being a manager only has so much insight to a person’s day to day, especially in a matrix org). What am I missing?
Anyone on visa and moved to any non-profits that sponsor visa? I don’t find any job satisfaction working in corporate and would like to make a difference that is not making already rich companies richer. Currently a C and willing to have a pay cut if it means better WLB and making an impact that matters to me
What’s up with recruiters offering a LOW Senior salary for an ACD position? Really? What’s going on?
As the most junior member of a project, I always feel like I am not adding any value to the team. Any advice for a first year consultant?
Has anyone dealt with the death/major sickness of a parent while keeping up with your day to day? Any tips?
Anyone else thinking of retiring early? I’m 34 and based on net worth and the standard model 4% withdrawal, i think i can live in Thailand and never have to work again. Anyone else ever pull the trigger, quit the corporate world early-ish, and sail off into the sunset?
Do you believe we’ll see use of psilocybin — for anxiety, depression, and for breaking bad cycles in general — in the near future?
I am a first grade teacher. I want a different way to communicate with parents besides FB. I'm in a title 1 school and some of my parents don't use FB. What do you use?
How many of you have cried in front of clients? Or teams? Or partners? And how often does it happen