I know this isn’t a job board but what the heck...anyone’s firm hiring remote securities attorneys? Older second year associate with 5 years of pre- law school and 5 years post-law school prior relevant experience. Most recently 1.5 years of traditional cap markets/securities law experience.
Looking for a Copy Supervisor for our NJ team! Feel free to reach out if interested or apply below. workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=125a4952-3822-461d-b9d1-9d37079f32f7&jobId=381997&lang=en_US&source=CC2
To those who have several years of experience ion TA: Do you think staying in the campus recruiting space limits you? Should one try to get exposure to other HR areas for the long run?
What does your work schedule look like (roughly) if you are aiming for 1900 billable hours?
Anyone else’s billables pathetic this month despite the fact that we’re in our 5th week of January? 🤣
Looking for ideas on how other companies are celebrating and recognizing diversity holidays like LGBT pride month Juneteenth black history month women’s history month etc.￼Not just days off
You’re constantly showing up for everyone else, but who’s showing up for you? I started an initiative to coach HR/people leaders because I know what it’s like to be doing all the things for everyone else with little support or focus on your own well-being, growth and development. It’s a lonely game! I’d be delighted to create the space to make you a priority. Would love to offer a free session, or simply connect: https://www.chrisrollins.me/peopleleaders.
Any foreign attorneys feeling lost while working towards their master’s of law in US and working towards getting bar admission? Being an Indian-trained attorney, I still await to sit for bar (this year delay pandemic) but always curious about how things turn out for other foreign attorneys here on F1 visa.
Curious about non-US attorneys: are you working the crazy hour weeks most of us in the US do? Or are your weeks closer to 40 hours? I hear a lot about the working hour caps, vacation requirements, etc in Europe/Canada. Curious if that flows into legal practice... or if it gets ignored. To clarify—I’m talking about BigLaw. I’m sure there are smaller firms with reasonable hours, the same exists in the US.
Anyone here work at PwC in North America? Curious about the work culture and if there's anything to watch out for
Love my practice are in every way but really lacking motivation right now. That is all.
I am a first year associate in Biglaw. I have been put on an improvement plan to increase my billable hours. My supervisors have commented that have not been getting work because I need to improve my efficiency. I am willing to do what it takes to improve but wonder how to improve my hours when no one seems willing to give me a second chance.
I need to spend a good 3-4 hours doing some organizational shit today. I have a bunch of new cases and cases with new deadlines, and it’s going to take a bit to figure out how I’m going to manage everything. It’ll make my life easier and less scrambled in the long run... but there’s so much billable work I should be doing. How do you convince yourself to do all the nonbillable stuff that’s necessary for case management when you’re already pressed for time?
How would you answer a “Why X law firm over other magic circle law firms?” question in an interview?
Hoping to get my PHR in the next year or so. Outside of employer reimbursement, are there other opportunities for this to get funded? I know SHRM Foundation offers scholarships for the CP, but I am looking for PHR specific help. Thank you! :)
First time founder - would you recommend square, stripe or something else for purchases between $150-$10k or what alternatively?
I’m looking for a screening tool that will assess a candidate’s proficiency with MS-Teams. Would anyone know if there is such a thing that exists?
Any intel on culture/reputation of Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP, particularly in California?
Job hunting: For writing samples, would employers prefer a redacted due diligence memo (PowerPoint format) or a redacted memorandum?
Looking for advise 🙏 I am an Indian on H1B with I140 filed. I started career with hands-on ETL /DW experience and got an MBA about 10 years ago. Since then I am in consulting and worked on vendor selection, contracting, IT org assessments and a little IT strategy. I have wide exposure to IT infra, ADM and lately AI and DevOps. As a father of young kids, I am looking to move to industry or tech. Any suggestions on companies I should try for and roles that may be a fit, in South East US?
Any recommendations for CFP Programs? So many options! Also, has anyone taken Series 50, I’m using STC and wondered how the exam is. Thanks!
How much time does it take for h1b extension application? All Including LCA, application preparation. Filing and approval?
Longest time youve seen someone on the bench?
Finished my 1st year, don't like my client and looking to transfer to another B4 as audit associate. Is it easy? I looked on other B4 website but don't see any position opening.
Which one would you choose? Getting a green card immediately or a promotion in Deloitte?
Anyone share insights in to the AWS Customer Practice Manager role (esp. remote) in their Pro Services group? How’s the WLB, amount of travel, what’s the salary/ comp package/ signing bonus like?
PwC FDDers, how was this years raise and bonus?
What do people do after getting an MBA? They must be for something other than coming back to finance for a slightly higher pay cheque...
🐟s - any anecdotes on your experience getting H-1B stamping done in Canada or Mexico (Indian passport)? Any reason to choose one over the other? Is it risky to do so (my current visa stamp is expired, have an approved extension 797). How long did you plan the trip for?
What are the best excuses you've heard from leadership on getting a low raise/bonus and/or not getting promoted.
I'm struggling with deciding if I should pursue an MBA. Can anyone be a sounding board? Quick stats: 4.0 undergrad at eh state school (finance major - think top 75 state school) , 4yoe at a boutique consulting firm. No GMAT. Big problem is that I'm making nearly $300k/year and I worry about a pay cut after bschool
has anyone here who is CPA sat for the CFP exam as a challenge candidate? would it be beneficial / make me more marketable if I have a CPA license and have passed the CFP exam? What are job ops like?
Since we’ve all been working from home for months now, what’s the best office chair out that y’all are using for our long work from home hours? Looking to invest in a better one than my ~$150 one from Amazon.
Got promoted effective 7/1 but am leaving the firm with a start date of 7/7. When should I put in my two weeks? Would like vacation balance paid out at higher salary.
Any scientists/engineers here? (Chemistry BSc/Chem Eng Masters personally) how did you cope with the business/finance lingo at first and dealing with feeling like a bit of an idiot for a while till it starts clicking I’m in this period at the moment... also for hiring would you possibly get looked over initially/are business/finance/econ grads preferred?
If the printer you selected to print to is listed as “offline” (I assume the server), is your document stored in a queue and it’ll print later or is it lost? Trying to avoid blowing up client printer.
Would anyone have any guidance on how to exit into a data science / data analytics job in industry without going back for an advanced degree? What could I expect in terms of recruiting process and base pay for the various levels?
When you debate bar trivia alone bc you don't want to just be alone in your hotel room...