Any advice on how to transition into an HRBP role from an HR Specialist role? I’ve developed these strategic and partnering skills from 6 years of working within the HR specialist realm but I’m having trouble with marketing this in my resume/LinkedIn.
Is there a way to verify an email address without sending emails? I need to verify A TON of emails, but don’t need to actually send them emails myself.
Seeing a lot of posts about SDRs and concern over CTR and response rate. After a while you need to think about changing the medium, not the messaging.
I’m curious if anyone knows of any NY or NYC laws around requirements for an employer to employ a certain percentage of underrepresented minority groups? Would greatly appreciate any guidance here!
https://open.spotify.com/episode/7fMHP9WLa8tdn0nxj96xLW?si=VyY4jp9DQgK-DdyCjD3oNQ Great podcast discribing the OODA loop. Yall need to research the OODA loop if you are not familiar with it. It helps keep you calm in an unexpected situation.
What’s your favorite piece of sales related software your company uses, and which is your least favorite?
I’m studying for the SHRM-CP with the Mometrix (study guides, online course, and flash cards), however I’m super overwhelmed with all of the information. What are some best practices to ensure I grasp all of the concept ? Any advice would be much appreciated!!!
My leadership of a startup in California is very anti-COVID restrictions and has recently said that they want to force employees to come into the office, no exceptions, even though our County is still in the highest restriction level. None of our roles require anyone to be in the office to complete their responsibilities. They also don't want to follow guidelines (like masks), but I think they'd be willing to somewhat if they were forcing people in. Anyone have advice here and how you are supporting leadership through this? I don't know of any fines related to bucking the restrictions. I do know about the mandatory reporting implemented by Gov. Newsom, but that's extent of it. How are you handling this at your company?
Will Workday be more or less relevant to you in a few years? My org is looking at adopting Workday for HR and some FP&A purposes. We try to be a forward looking org and only adopt things that will be relevant a few years down the road.We've heard mixed things about Workday and I just want to hear from those that use it what you think. Will it be more or less relevant to your org a few years from now?
What are your company’s plans are for this year's holiday parties? Will that still be a thing? Zoom holiday parties 🤨?
We have a new CEO, brand new executive team and now a new CHRO. Feeling like the earth underneath me has been shaken, and not sure how to acclimate myself to the new leadership team. Any insights from previous experiences?
My male boss recommended the book “The Confidence Code” which is a self help book for women. It was recommended to all the females that work under him. I feel like that's a little inappropriate?
Is it common practice for employee relations teams to have a policy that strongly discourages supervisors from corresponding with terminated employees? Cont’d...
Let’s start a thread on the info below: 1. Company 2. Pros/cons of your company, product, and role 3. Main source used to close deals (i.e. calls, emails, referrals, etc.) 4. Avg. Base Salary + OTE 5. How common is it to make quota
Anyone get the new senior training registration instructions? I received the save the date email but never received registration info.
What pet insurance do you have and how much are you paying? I just got a refund check from HappyPaws saying they have been overcharging me and now I’m thinking I should switch.
Want to take what I've learned to BMW. I'm a Data Scientist at BAH (Associate). Any advice around culture, pay, workload expectation, ability to make an impact with data science there? Thanks!
How easy is it to switch industry after consulting without MBA? I was brought in as an experienced hire (industry aligned)
Asking for honest opinions: many or most of us here have great jobs, a lot of perks, excellent salaries etc. Yet I see so many people complaining that they’re having to work more, or they’re not getting a bonus, or that they miss their perks etc. I’m aware of special situations (e.g.. parents with small children) but come on - I was laid off in 2017 and it was one of the worst things that happened to me. Show some appreciation that you got to keep your excellent job so far.
What’s up with the new boarding pass scanners For Delta flights in ATL? They are so extra or is it just me
My uncle just died from Covid back in India. I am stuck here with a RFE on H1B renewal unable to go see him one last time. I had not spoken to him since I visited last in 2019 and am reminiscing all he did for me and my other cousins......this pandemic i have been able to keep a positive outlook thru it all, but it just hit me hard.
Needing advice on how to stay focused. I’m 34 weeks pregnant, and am planning on working up to my due date. All I can think about are things I need to do at home to get ready for this baby...
Hey BCGers, who is the tall, very pretty and I imagine very smart worker bee currently working for an unnamed Minnesota based client?