We are a 13000 headcount company and offer only PPO medical plans to employees.If we want to offer a different Medicare plan to a business unit in California which has headcount of 30, can anyone suggest what’s the best option ?
Hey gang - what non-monetary retention strategies have you seen work? In the COVID-19 world, raises seem unlikely. What are some ways we can reward the good ones?
If your competitor reached out to ask “how do you sell against us” would you tell them? They should already know... or at least have an idea.
I’m getting texts from my Director past 10pm on weekday evenings. What do you do to set boundaries with your leaders? How do you let them know that you are in their corner, while still setting boundaries?
Anyone here struggling to get new meetings? A thread for posting what services your company offers and maybe we can help make some connections to get into new accounts.
I'm wondering - who has great success with LinkedIn? I can get anyone to accept me as a connection but to engage them, I fail every time! What has worked for you to get engagement on there?
Hello I’m an HR Specialist with 6 years exp and I’ve worked with Fortune 500 companies and now I’m looking to transition into a people and culture role in a start up space but I’m having trouble with highlighting my skills to showcase that I’d be a good fit and have the necessary experience. I find startups want someone with startup experience. Any insight?
How do you review resumes in a way that reduces implicit bias? I just finished reading the book, "Biased," which discusses the implicit biases we all hold. Our company has not invested in an ATS software, and we’re looking to create a scoring rubric / database in excel based on the job description and candidates. What are ways to ensure the resume review process controls for bias and is still efficient / expedient?
A few days ago I was offered a role for a recruiter with a company. Benefits, PTO, pay is decent, enough to get me by. I accepted today because it was the final day to do so. I was then called by a recruiter for another company, in which they made me a better offer for a Generalist and I want to take this one. What do I do? I didn’t sign a contract, there’s no clause that states I need to take the position.
I keep hiring sales people who are super enthusiastic and overpromising on what they deliver. I put them through a trial month (no base + commission only) and they do not close a single deal, Even though the commission structure is amazing and I’m incentivizing them through the roof￼. We experienced sales people are asking for a base and commission but I’m scared that I’ll end up having a base and the same thing will end up happening.￼ What am I doing wrong?￼
Hey Sales Bowl, As our bowl grows and we start to have more discussions around the craft we love best I wanted to ask yall a question. What would you like the bowl to look like? By that I mean what periodic topics can be brought up to spur more conversations and thus grow our population? Career advice Job postings Tips/tricks Humor Methods I just want to help provide a worth while expirence.
We've had a few instances of possible COVID sick employees that returned with negative test results. Upper management is basically asking if there is something they can do to help control what employees are doing in their off time (ie. going to bars or other places with a lot of people). They even went as far as to mention something about a wedding that 3 of the employees are in together. Can an employer have ANY control over an employee's time off? It seems crazy to think that they think they can.
I am a Canadian. I have a wealth of experience in Education and Educational Leadership (Doctoral Level). I am looking for a position in Southern California. I would require sponsorship. Leads? Ideas? Thoughts??
How documented and transparent is the performance evaluation process at your orgs? Do your orgs go out of their way to publish the process broadly to employees?
If firms go exclusively remote, I have zero reason to remain living near “home office”. Likelihood we’ll shift to that model, and can live wherever?
With the holidays right around the corner, what does your organization do for their employees? Luncheon, gift cards, party, etc. looking for different ideas.
Anyone prepping for the SHRM-CP test? I’m taking a prep course this fall and would love tips or to know if there are any study groups out there!
Gave boss a verbal commitment to stay on my current project for a year... fast forward 8 months, a better opportunity came up... having a moral dilemma on whether take the new opportunity or stay put.
Anyone have a sense of why Deloitte got hit so hard by layoffs? I’ve heard four potential reasons: 1. Client mix / type of work 2. Leverage 3. Over hired in anticipation of growth 4. Partners didn’t want to take a haircut Just curious! From an external perspective, seems like they cut way more than the other firms.
Nearly 11,000 people have been exposed to the coronavirus on flights, the CDC says Federal officials have investigated cases of people flying while capable of spreading the virus, but confirming such transmissions is difficult. By Ian Duncan https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/trafficandcommuting/nearly-11000-people-have-been-exposed-to-the-coronavirus-on-flights-the-cdc-says/2020/09/19/d609adbc-ed27-11ea-99a1-71343d03bc29_story.html
Some might say I have a sick sense of humor, and they would be right. I travel every week on a plane, yet I am watching Airplane and laughing my ass off.
I live in Boston and rent prices are artificially inflated because landlords take advantage of college kids. I'm moving out of my apartment because I'm tiered of paying the high prices. I just found out that my landlord is raising the price. Doesn't that just seem like the stupidest thing to do right now considering covid? Not only from the perspective of his future tenants but from the point of view of getting tenants. I'm just shocked.
Is anyone else having a tough time finding well-paying manager type industry roles in Atlanta? Tons of jobs in this city but I can’t find anything that pays that well. Looking at HR strategy jobs.
Is it bad to leave a company a few weeks after being promoted? Do I even update my resume with the new position and do I let the new company know?
What is average pay range (base salary only) for a new Manager 1 (Risk practice) in big 4 consulting, Dallas / Houston area? Trying to bench mark where I’m at.
I calculated how much money I need to earn to have the lifestyle I want. It’s about 350K (gross) or 265K in net cash inflow. What’s the best career to pursue in accounting/finance or within the public