Software Sales vs. Medical Sales: would like to hear from people on both sides. • Do you recommend your industry? • Daily Interaction • Work/Life • Income growth potential I have good opportunities in both industries, and would value feedback to help me choose. Aware of compagauge & have checked it out, btw. $120k potential for med sales job, unsure on tech yet.
After your DEI training what are the other things have you done to fill in the gaps? More training ? A speaker?
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?
Hello, We are a growing company of 250 employees. We are considering Performance Management solutions. I would love get feedback on anyone's experience with any of the below solutions? Kazoo Engagedly Perform Yard CultureAmp Thanks!!
How long do you typically allow for self assessments and manager assessments for year-end? This year we gave employees a week and managers 3 weeks (holidays not included), but they still said it wasn’t long enough even though most waited until the very last day to complete them.
In your experience, which companies have provided the strongest enterprise sales training and methodology?
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!!!
Does anyone have a dashboard or excel template for turnover/attrition where data can be easily “dumped” in for a beautiful display? TIA!
For anyone here also in the LGBTQ+ community, would love to have you join for a calm morning of meditation, reflection, conversation and connection. Code “SAFESPACE” will get you a free ticket. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mid-week-mindfulness-for-lgbtq-hr-people-culture-leaders-tickets-128548874143
I graduated with my bachelor's in HRM and I'm wondering if there are any certifications or trainings I could do before I lock down on the SHRM-CP. I recently became HIPAA certified for my company and that got me thinking about what else I could do to add to my resume. Looking for good stepping stone certificates.
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?
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
Anyone here a member of Revenue Collective? Is it worth it? What kind of value have you gotten out of it if so? Thanks!
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
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
Is anyone noticing a trend toward offering part-time or contract roles to reduce risk/cost of bringing on full-time talent?
Have an offer in hand for an AmLaw100 lockstep. Corporate / M&A mid level associate. Didn’t use a recruiter (attorney referral from inside firm). Mostly satisfied with the offer. Procedurally how should I go about negotiating things like signing bonus, full bonus vs pro rated bonus / Covid bonus eligibility? Obviously this would normally be done recruiter to recruiter. Do I contact the internal recruiter or one of the head partners I interviewed with? Email vs call?
Looks like a lot of people hiring, good news for the industry. We are looking for great financial services SAEs for an account manager role, or AMs for an SAM role! Do not need FS expertise but obviously it helps. Please reach out to me here or LinkedIn to chat - it's a great opportunity to grow your career in a great environment! Not your typical agency.
I started interviewing with a company back in January but they were taking while to make a decision so I put them out of my mind. Fast forward to last week and I found out that I’m newly pregnant. Now, I was offered the job. I don’t know what to do! I hate my current job and this new company seems like a better fit. Do I tell them before I accept the role? I know it’s very early and anything could happen with this pregnancy but I’m torn. Advice would be so helpful!
Be honest - who here got tapped to work on the coronavirus flow chart right now? https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/27/21197026/trump-coronavirus-testing-website-plan-google-covid-19
Fellow Republicans - what level of liability and/or responsibility should corporations have if they mandate their employees to go back to work and their employees get COVID at work?
Anyone have insight to how long it’s been taking to hear back from MBB (particularly mck) after applying? Had a referral and I’m applying post MBA but want to get an idea of how much time I’d have to prep if I get an interview.
Anyone know how long it usually takes to hear back from MBB once you submit an app these days? Trying to anticipate how much more prep time I might have and I know they’re obviously all actively hiring.
Any tips on making a successful transition to manager when coming straight from industry? Any best practices or lessons learned, suggestions for books to read, skills to brush up on?? I’m starting with Accenture next month as a manager after only industry experience. Feeling apprehensive about hitting the ground running as a new manager + new consultant, and want to do as much as possible in the meantime to prepare.
Is there a salary difference between different cloud engineering offerings within Deloitte? (Cloud Strategy vs. Cloud Managed Services)
Does Deloitte offer 2 - 4 weeks of Short Term Disability before the delivery date for all employees or is this only offered in states like California?
Is there a difference in terms of prestige or perception between an MBA or Executive MBA?
Moving to the city in September. What’re some best sources to look for roommates + housing ? Also, what’re some recommended places to live for a 24 year old female?
How did you figure out whether to take GMAT or GRE? Background: applying to STEM grad school in addition to MBA programs
Hey guys, Is Bain hiring for AC position (Experienced hire) in London? Has anybody got the interview recently?
I’m looking for some casual, cotton blazers. Bonus points if they’re stretchy. I actually have one from target that I love, but I got it at least 5 years ago. I’m adopting a “work uniform” that consists of a plain black cotton dress and white tennis shoes, and I need some blazers to pair with it when I have to dress up. My company wears jeans, so I need to keep it casual. Any recommendations?
Are you worried about the new delta covid variant? It’s picking up speed and is more deadly than what we’ve seen before. I’m all for recovery and going back to normal but I think this variant could derail that
When I learned the concept of a 6 figure salary job in 2005, it subconsciously became a career goal of mine. This year I should hit the figure, but just checked an inflation calculator for fun, 100k in 2005 is now ~138K in 2021 😅
For an internal promotion, what % bump is reasonable? Specifically from AD to SAD in NYC but any insight would be appreciated