Anyone here work at Humana consulting who can speak about their experience? Wlb/ interest level in work? What are comps like fo…
I recently inherited ~25k in Humana stock (HUM). As a passive investor I’m considering cashing out and buying ETFs, but the stock has been performing exceptionally well the last 5 years. Should I hol…
Does Humana offer a coworking stipend credit?
Interested in high visibility strategy consulting work at Humana? My team is continuing to grow! We're looking for a consultant (2+ years of experience) and an analyst (entry-level or 1 year of ex…
Will exiting to healthcare payer (e.g. Humana, Anthem, BCBS) limit future job opportunities?
Shot in the dark: any inside experience or knowledge of corporate strategy role at Humana? They want me to relocate to Louisville KY.
Hey all. Any folks from Humana here? I’m working my way through the interview process and have enjoyed the conversations I’ve had to date but would love to chat w someone who knows the company to see …
Anyone interviewed at Humana for Corp Strategy / Consumer Experience? Heard there are mini cases + behavioral / situational but can’t find any questions for these roles on Glassdoor. Thanks!@
Anyone here work at Humana? Im mid-way through some interviews and have some questions 🙂
Hi everyone - if you or any of your relative is on ventilator and having secondary bacterial infection and antibiotics aren’t working there is still hope.. DM me for more details.. I’m working with …
Anyone have insights about working at Humana (healthcare) in an internal strategy role? People seem really sharp and the comp/benefits are well above consulting standards. Would love to hear any anecd…
Anyone work for an insurance company? Specifically Humana internal audit? Any tips for applying, suggestions?
If your CEO asked you to define and articulate what specific items HR and Talent own individually, where do you start? What other guidelines/guidance can you share? (Note that both report to the same executive, who does not have a human capital background)
I just had an employee tell me they are on the verge of quitting due to burnout- actually going to quit but was told to talk to HR for options (we don't have any in place). The manager wants to keep them as they are one of our best employees. Any recommendations on how to help alleviate burnout when the cause is from customers rather than the company? Is it worth it to let the employee leave and spend months looking for a replacement causing more stress/burnout with others?
Does anyone have any tips / tricks to share regarding outreach to passive finance and accounting candidates to get them interested in a conversation?
I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
Hi Everyone, I am looking for an opportunity in HR in Delhi, India. I have 7 years of experience in HR Operations and Recruitment. Can anyone help me on this.
Hi Everyone! I’ve been thinking about potentially switching from HR to another field of work. I was curious to know if anyone on here started their career in Hr and ended up in a different field? Also, what field did you end up in and why did you make the change? Thanks guys!
I need to learn a new way to speak about process improvement and efficiencies. I’ve learned I have a knack for this but it seems like such common sense to me that I struggle articulating this to people who just don’t get it. I have no certifications and have no interest in getting one… Also, can you actually teach process improvement to people who don’t get it or is this just a DNA thing. Help? :)
Required Education. Almost all jobs nowadays requires a bachelor’s degree (rarely substitute by experience). If an applicant has all the job requirements, but lacks the education, are they automatically disqualified or filtered out? How flexible is HR with education if it is a requirement?
After 14 years in the industry, looking at switching careers to Account Management/Sales in tech. Any experiences to share on Salesforce ‘Enterprise’ Account Executive position? What does a ‘day in life’ look like for a EAE? What are future career prospects and how is the mobility between and up the verticals within the company? Currently in strategic account management and sales position with exposure to c-suite.
I’m looking to establish comp ranges (mostly IT and tech). What are some good options that are up to date, user friendly, and overall good resource? We are primarily remote but do have a small headquarters.
What's going on with everyone regarding the vaccine mandate? How is it effecting companies and how does HR plan to deal with this disaster?!
Stay with current company or move up-market before going AE/management? Currently top SDR/BDR at SaaS company selling to SMBs w/option to move to SDR management or AE. Also have offers to move to larger SaaS companies at the Enterprise level still as BDR
This will be a great week for sales 🐠 family. If you need motivational support, here for you!
Looking for advice on the next step. So I started at my company just over 2 years ago as an entry level Sales admin with a split role and at the beginning of this year I moved fully into Sales Support and I'm kind of at a point where I coordinate and support the activity of my team, I fully process all orders and manage/maintain our CRM system, provide monthly & quarterly reports for our senior management team. Is this it? Am I at the top end of this role and need to ask for more progression?
Can HR be personally legally liable for anything in the line of work? Asking for a friend…..
Performance Metric Question - can anyone share how they measure performance in an environment where collecting payments drives the business? How do you incentivize for making payment goals to ensure the sale/money is made but at the same time not impacting customer experience or bad behaviors to make attain incentives.
I have been unhappy about my current job for a bit now, been at the company for almost 10 years, and have started looking for a new job. I have a solid job offer on the table, but a newer PE group just reached out and are looking for a high level either VP or Director of retail sales (my specialty). I am more interested in this private equity group as I would get to build a whole team and really make a retail strategy but they are newer so I am unsure the stability. Thoughts on working for a PE?
What do MBA grads do at tech firms? The data on any B-School's website says that consulting pays more than tech to MBA grads, however, going by the threads on this app, it seems as if tech pays more. Does the website data not include RSUs? Or does consulting actually pay more? Thanks a lot for your time and effort!
I asked a vice chair in my group to talk informally about working remotely going forward (we already are remote now and was largely flexible pre covid) and also a possible pay bump. This is my first salary/work benefit negotiation and I’m so nervous I might just unhire myself before we actually get to talk 😭😭
Where is Mr. Trump during all this? Even Trump supporters must agree this guy is completely MIA and not showing any leadership or trying to bring a sense of calm or unity to the nation.
Leaving the firm for grad school in a month. Trying to get a severance package but recently got a new career counselor. Do I tell her I'm going to grad school in a month? Or keep my mouth shut until I
Would you get fired if you edit your department partners’ picture and send it to your colleague?
I had about ~200k AGI for 2020 on my recent tax return.. Can somebody explain why I have a child tax credit payment of 400$ in my bank account today? I thought it was cut off at 175k? Trying to understand this damn credit
In years you don’t make your bonus, what do your billable hours typically look like? Are you missing it by a hair or is it normal to have some years where you’re only billing 1600? I just finished my first year and trying to figure out what a “normal” slow year looks like compared to a pandemic slow year.
What’s the salary for M1 in deals
SEEKING SALARY ADVICE: XD Director @ Salesforce, services not product. Any input would be fantastic. 🙌
Hi everyone, Does anyone know about the org. structure at WNS in the Analytics field? I am having 3.3 yrs of exp and am given the offer of "Deputy Manager - Analytics". Can you help me know if the role is fine with respect to my experience? It would also be great if you could help me understand the org. structure or hierarchy of roles over there?
Looking for unpaid/paid internship positions for a college freshmen, is your firm hiring?
Does anyone else find it difficult to ask for time off? I haven’t taken a “vacation day” since February, billed 185+ hour months consistently through the pandemic (exceeded hours for 2020 bonus eligibility), and am feeling pretty burnt out. It’s hard because other associates in my department haven’t really taken any time off either (or it has been a day or two sporadically). Would really love to take some days over Christmas to recharge but I’m nervous about perception.
Genuine question: What are the most common exit options at Google BizOps? (1) For internal transfer to PM, those teams seem to prefer to hire Google engineers. (2) For internal transfer to Chief of Staff, why those teams don’t promote their own Strategy & Op folks? (3) For BizOps internal promotion, there are not many Director positions. (4) For leaving Google, I don’t know where people usually go… Please share your thoughts / correct me if I’m wrong. Thanks!
Do you think I could expense a weekly meal delivery service (it’s precooked - just have to microwave it) during busy season? Would be delivered to the office and is cheaper than ordering in.
First time switching into a new role into an established team at the company I accepted an offer from. A bit nervous on getting up to speed. Any advice?
Should I fly American or Virgin from BOS to London next month? Timing and price are all the same. No status on either airline so I’m in economy. ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️
I don’t wanna join this virtual happy hour. What should be my excuse given everyone should be available stuck at home?