Advice on taking and passing the SPHR exam?
Any advice for someone looking to transition into a full HR Generalist role from Recruiting. I’m currently a Campus Recruiter with about 5 years of HR experience (Coordinator- Higher Ed). I received my PHR certification in September 2020 and sitting for my SHRM-CP in two weeks. I’m having a hard time transitioning into a full Generalist position.
As a company we are looking at going digital with our employee personnel and medical files etc. What are some of the ways you have done that? Any advice/recommended process?
AEs: What do you appreciate about your core SE? What would you change about how you work together?
Spam me with your favorite recruiters. Based in Arizona, need a very experienced Automotive Technician with 10+ years. Any suggestions. A firm that guarantees placement
We are going through and revamping some of our job descriptions and titles. We have a role that is mostly administrative support for our shipping department - printing labels, scheduling shipments, creating paperwork, correcting errors on invoices, etc. Any suggestions for a job title? This person spends most their time in the office.
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?
Can anyone recommend a certificate or course that is actually useful for developing professionals and/or reviewing performance? I don’t want/need something that is just a credential, I’m actually looking to get some formal grounding in these two topics so I can overhaul processes at my consulting firm. Thanks for your advice!!!
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 are some best practices for handling an employee with dare I say, too much initiative? They tend to steamroll others and processes because they are so fast at their job and rather than taking a breather when done, start digging around for new projects outside of their scope. We value them but want to ensure others are given opportunity to thrive too.
In your experience, which companies have provided the strongest enterprise sales training and methodology?
Currently, I am recruiting or trying to recruit without LinkedIn Recruiter. Management is having a hard time seeing the ROI from LinkedIn Recruiter because they have never used it. Most of my experience in recruiting has been using LinkedIn Recruiter as my go to source. Is there anything I can do to convince them otherwise? Or are there any other resources that can help me fill all of my open positions? We use JazzHR for our ATS and free job boards through JazzHR.
Hi all! We’re doing quite a bit of hiring on our HR team at LEK Consulting - in particular Manager positions in LA and Boston and a specialist role in NYC. If anyone is interested, or knows someone that could be a good fit, feel free to dm me!
After your DEI training what are the other things have you done to fill in the gaps? More training ? A speaker?
Any 🐠 in Telecom billing/BSS sales? Looking for perspectives on the industry overall and what the big shifts will see over the next few years. Also looking to connect and share personal experiences. Overall have to say the space has felt quite stagnated last few years, especially in MSOs. Too much fear to make any major shifts, especially now in covid.
What are the best resources for manager or leadership training (course, certificates, webinars, etc)? And is it better to have employees take a course or Internal present the training HR?
Like most companies who are finally seeing the value in prioritizing diversity in their workforce, I’m curious if anyone has suggestions for any new creative talent databases that have surfaced lately that highlight under represented professionals. Would love to hear about them all! Thank you!
Thoughts on Google’s Associate Account Strategist? Anyone done the interviews or is in the role? Any advice or insight? Google
Minimum time before boomerang? Left Deloitte for a smaller firm with 40% comp bump and chance to build market offering. Turns out they're not interested in suggestions for how to grow firm <cont>
I heard back about my promotion and it will go in effect January. I’m applying to jobs now though, do I write my promotion on my resume? If so, how exactly do I word it?
My friend told me she plans on taking a sabbatical at one big 4 while she starts working for another. I told her she couldn’t do that but she won’t listen. Thoughts?
Folks, curious if there is anyone who filed for citizenship after getting green card through work (not through marriage to a US citizen)? I’m married to a non-US person and we have two kids born here. Specifically interested in whether I should be attaching any “additional evidence” like mortgage, tax returns, etc. Based on the instructions it doesn’t seem necessary but I wonder if evidence of property ownership would be helpful? Thanks in advance.
Need to renew SO’s passport urgently for an international trip, but been unsuccessful in getting an appointment because they hang up before transferring to a representative. Any tips on how to get this done?
Whats peoples opinion on Baringa - e.g. is this a firm going in the right direction with good work and a good culture? What's the work life balance like there?
Anyone deals with AnchorUSD crypto savings account ? Deposited 15 dollars few months ago as a test . Looks like my deposit is gone and nothing shows in transaction history.
Is moving to MBB implementation a bad idea? would it eliminate the opportunity to pursue Big4 partnership to take a backseat at a strategy firm?
I have an upcoming interview with Deloitte for Spl Leader. Any tips on what to expect? Also what's the salary range for this role?
How many hours per week do you dedicate to online part time mba programs for a 3 yr plan?
Insights into Troutman Richmond office and/or the firm overall? Edit: I’ve seen some comments through search function so also would ask is it really that bad :)
Hi! Does anyone know of any healthcare consulting firms looking for recent grads? I graduated with a healthcare management degree in August and I’ve been look since then, no luck so far.
For anyone who’s started at a company fully remote (Covid or otherwise)… when ramping into your new role, what did you do to feel more connected to your team/sales dept? I’m finding that I have questions that I don’t know how or whom to ask, I don’t know who anyone is and my manager can be MIA. This is my first fully remote role and it’s thrown me for a bit of a loop
Not sure what’s crazier: that the entire Republican platform is just screaming hysterically that kids learning that racism is bad is the greatest threat of our time, or that millions and millions of mush-brained conservatives actually fell for it.