Would you ask for a higher pay at a startup, due to the company not having a pension scheme for its employees?
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?
Anyone here a member of Revenue Collective? Is it worth it? What kind of value have you gotten out of it if so? Thanks!
Folks, I just got promoted and joined this group. How should I approach selling consulting services? I am delivering services and not had much success farming given the client environment. How can I start hunting? Any steps or tried-out resources I can leverage? Help out a fella trying to do his job better 🙏
Any thoughts on the best certifications to get in order to help move forward? I have considered the CCP from World at Work, but it’s fairly pricey to get by the time you wrap up everything. I was looking at both SHRM-CP and SPHR. Everyone that I have spoken to has the SHRM, but that’s also only looking at individuals in a small geographic footprint and within 3-4 different companies. I was hoping to get some thoughts on this from others? Thanks
If you are feeling sick or something during the day and WFH, do you feel comfortable napping it off and then getting back to work and working late if needed? I have friends that say this is totally normal and okay but I feel weird about it and can never actually rest to feel better if I do lay down
CA Law question. What are you doing with arbitration agreements? Interested to hear from everyone, and from securities industry too! We didn’t hire since January, but want to start next year, and the whole AB 51 thing is confusing.
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
Any female MM/ENT AEs with SaaS or Fintech experience looking to make a move? Series D company positioned to IPO in 2 years. Would be wild if this works lol
I am looking to gain certification or other credentialing in diversity and inclusion, not only because it would look good on my resume both for future job-search purposes and also to become better educated in this area, which is growing in importance. I looked at SHRM's "Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential" and got a bit of "sticker shock" at the cost - $1,655.00 for members. Does anyone have other suggestions on training/credentialing in this area?
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.
Currently, I have an employee who is struggling. Missing deadlines, making false promises to clients etc. Recently, I sat in one of his development sessions with his manager, and I was shocked at how disengaged he was and how junior he actually vs what we pay him. After some further investigation, we are afraid he lied on his resume and how his experience. How do you go about a situation such as this? This is a first for me.
Has anyone taken the PHR exam lately? What was the best test prep IYO? Online on demand , online live classes? Are the practice exams worth the cost?
What training or guidance are you giving managers at your firms about managing hybrid teams? There is a lot out there on remote teams, but a lot of us are going back three days a week which means people at home and people in the room. Any tips to pass on?
Hi there! I need some guidance. HR and global leadership rolled out some amazing new initiatives like not starting until 10 am on Mondays, no meeting Fridays and required 2 additional summer days a month. The problem is, my boss refuses to comply with the initiatives. He constantly scheduled meetings before 8 am on Mondays and after 7 pm on Fridays. He also doesn’t let me take time off. Should I go to HR? I’m really not one to complain but I’m tired and extremely burnt out. Thanks for your help!
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?
Looking for some insight into the recruiting process. If a req was taken down after I had an interview, does it mean the job was filled? From the moment the hiring manager makes a decision and tells the recruiter, what are next steps before the successful candidate is notified? Do you have to finalize an offer with the comp team?
We're having parent teacher conferences this week and this year they get to be longer since class size is down. Is there anything you wish you could include but don't have time for? I don't want to leave a bunch of empty space unfilled if I can avoid it.
Out school is mostly remote, but we do have about 60 students on campus every day. We have 2 administrators, 1 hired this year! The head principal leaves before most teachers, doesn’t seem to have enough to do. He’s constantly tracking grades AND the district installed a program that allows admin to view our screens anytime they want. He put multiple monitors in his office so he wan “watch” us. We have no sports. Few discipline issues. Not sure why we have 2 admin.
Any advice on how to get into the sales side of Investment Banking? I have above average experience, have a finance background degree but keep failing the initial application stages (before the interview stages) and then watch people on LinkedIn with less experience get roles with top banks. I understand that I need to figure out how to get past the application tracking systems but it can be really frustrating at times and advice online is often very generic (I.e. tell them about yourself).
Sitting at the hotel bar alone listening to g easy while my hometown (CLT) goes up in fire.
I'm interviewing for a non-tech role (content developer, for technical docs) at MSFT. I've had my screening and "informational" round; next will be the 4-hr loop with a few people. Curious what the interviews might be like for a role like this (I know engineers/programmers get coding questions and problems to solve on the spot...). Anyone here familiar?
So there is likely no impact to deloitte or similar consulting firms based on the new 3 year to 1 year extension rule? Just saw the email from Deloitte immigration on this. Any thoughts?
Anyone have anything come out of their compensation conversation? It's been ~3 weeks and I haven't heard anything yet...
I’m a second year insurance defense attorney. I enjoy my job but I am really interested in adoption and fertility law. What is the best way to go about learning more about these areas? Perhaps in the future, I’d like to take on a case or two while still working my insurance job. Does anyone have experience with working in one area full time but personally taking on cases in another specialty?
Do you think Trump is to blame for coronavirus spread in the USA? Why or why not? (no unsubstantiated claims, please).
Accenture hiring for following CYBERSECURITY skills Experience 2 -12 years. Job location PAN India. Mail your resume at email@example.com. Happy to help. P.s. Great opportunity for people who are already in notice period.
AE with 3 years agency experience working on large brands across consumer, entertainment and pharma. BA in Marketing MBA in Management Looking for a new gig in NYC preferably. AMfishbowling@gmail.com
Hello! I’m currently working in a start up as a Director of my department. I do a ton of HR/people management because there’s no one else to do it and I honestly love it more than my “real job” — I really want to pivot toward that field and away from any client facing role. Since I only have around 3 unofficial years of experience, do I NEED to take a massive title and pay cut to do this? Most HR/people Ops job Director listings are asking for 8-10 years at Fortune 500s 🥴
Hiring for React Developer Bangalore. 3-5 years of experience. Kindly send resumes to Harshil.firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm a man trying to come up with ideas for helping to women avoid gender inequality without being totally catered to/going the other direction.
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3.6 undergrad from Ivy; 780 GMAT; 2 years experience at top federal consulting firm. Background in tech, interested in an MBA to make the leap to VC / entrepreneurship. Fighting chance at top 5 MBA?