Will Workday be more or less relevant to you in a few years? My org is looking at adopting Workday for HR and some FP&A purposes. We try to be a forward looking org and only adopt things that will be relevant a few years down the road.We've heard mixed things about Workday and I just want to hear from those that use it what you think. Will it be more or less relevant to your org a few years from now?
Mears Group, Inc.
I let an employee know we would not be revisiting their sales commission plan mid year. They threatened to start looking for another job. How does one respond to that
One of my executives thinks he is being endearing by calling women "Baby" "Gorgeous" "Sweetie" and he calls men "handsome". I have had multiple complaints against him from female employees and vendors. Does anyone know of any good training courses or advice that can help in this scenario?
I wanted to pass along a sales class opportunity for all of yall. I will add the disclaimer that I am in no way making any commission by showing you this. In fact, I am paying myself to take this course. The presenter Jamal is a down-to-earth guy that has a passion for sharing what he has learned in his sales career. He is responsible for bringing in $160M projects at Oracle. Give the course a look if you are interested.
Running a 360 process for a company. If one of my managers ask me to provide peer feedback on them - should I?
I’m studying for the SHRM-CP with the Mometrix (study guides, online course, and flash cards), however I’m super overwhelmed with all of the information. What are some best practices to ensure I grasp all of the concept ? Any advice would be much appreciated!!!
It’s great to have an HR forum! Curious what “staying connected” strategies are being implemented to stay in touch with furloughed employees?
Just venting. I’m tech, and many employees (like 85%) think that being a jerk is a badge of honor and their EQ is like at high school level, so talking to them about diversity issues is like banging head against the wall. They insist that any diversity hire is costing a job to another person with PhD. On top of it, another fancy thing to do in tech is to hate HR. So the conversations usually are like “Oh, you’re in HR, I understand now why you have such a stupid opinion”.
I’m curious to see what the average pay for a campus recruiter in NYC is. I’m one year into this role, came in entry level, and already got promoted, but I want to make sure I’m getting fairly compensated. Any other recruiters here?
With the long-weekend, lets do a book thread. Give me your favorite sales book - here's mine - How To Win Friends and Influence People
How has COVID-19 impacted your company and your benefits? (Examples: layoffs, furloughs, terminations, no more 401K matching, no promotions, hiring freeze?) Please share :)
What do you do on Monday to get your week set up? I feel like I spend so much time helping my team get their pipelines in shape for the week / setting up a plan.
Anyone have experience using Oura Ring to track sleep? Looking at Oura vs Fitbit to track those night were I waking up dreaming about pipeline, clients, things i needed to do, etc.
Anyone in IT audit exit to a non IT compliance role (No IA, grc, cyber). If so what job is it and how did you obtain it? Trying to leave this very sad career
A guy I’m talking to asked me out for drinks this week, but never said a day. I asked today if he was free tonight and ALL he responds is “Sure”. Which one is a better response? Cont...
For anyone looking, I've got a 12-month contract role open for a Transformation Comms Lead in downtown Chicago. Starts in January at $140k (per annum equivalent). DM me if interested.
Made my first big, client-facing mistake today. Almost made it a year without one, but alas. Embarrassed and nervous about fallout, especially in the time of layoffs. Say a little prayer for me.
Looking make the move to LA. Any suggested recruiting firms for growth opportunities in the marketing side?
For those leaving to new roles, are you at all worried about your new employer going through layoffs? How are you thinking about this when deciding on a new role?
**Producers** I have been trying to transition from accounts to production but no agencies will consider me for a producer position b/c my background is only in account work, any suggestions??
Sometimes feel like maybe I chose the wrong career path. I'm underpaid, work super long hours, I don't really enjoy the work and ultimately I am just unhappy. Anyone else feel this way at other firms?
Am I crazy for trying to get hired as a Jr. AD in the US and also ask the agency to pay for my O-1 visa? I have publications and awards and have interned with two important agencies in NYC.
Have any firms begun allowing permanent remote work since the pandemic? My firm has historically been proud of its office-based culture but I’ve been pushing for WFH and would love to hear of some examples. Mostly so I can move to a LCOL area closer to family while still keeping my job that I enjoy.
Anyone have insight on their thoughts regarding being an associate at a Big 4 for 2 years and then taking a job at a boutique consulting firm for a higher up position/more management experience/ higher pay? I’m torn