How many others use the weekend to catch up on work? Feel guilty have almost no work life balance.
How do you communicate with employees who don't want to wear masks? Unbelievable to me people still have issues grasping this need.
It feels weird posting a LinkedIn post in FishBowl, but I found this post from Jamal very insightful. I would have just copied the text, but I want to give him credit.
For all that HR leaders have done to shoulder the huge responsibilities over the last 6 months, what are your organizations doing to take care of you? For all the space we hold for other people, is anyone holding space for you?
I’ve been tasked right off the bat with implementing Facebook Workplace as an engagement/communication tool. I looked it up and seems fairly easy, especially as a facebook user. But as with anything it can be a challenge to get employees to actually use/check it. So-- does anyone have experience with Facebook Workplace? If so, what are some things that have worked/didn't work for you. Do you like it?
I have seven years' experience in executive search (based in APAC but have worked on global roles) and want to leave the industry for either an in-house talent role or a consulting firm. I haven't had much luck when I've applied for internal roles in the past. Do I have any chance at getting an in-house talent acquisition role, or is an executive search skill set just regarded as too weird/not the right fit for internal talent teams?
We are creating a training room (for about 8 learners). We’ll use this for new hire orientation mostly, but the organization has ongoing training needs. I have never had to design a training space before. If you’ve done this, what are TOP things or things you wished you had included (but didn’t think of)?
WFH stipend? We're a mid-sized company and I am trying to figure out what to do for our team. Is anyone else out there giving their employees a stipend to wfh and make wfh more comfortable? If yes - how much and how are you distributing + tracking it?
What is the best message when informing the rest of your company that someone was terminated? The backstory is that this employees performance has been struggling, he was put on a PIP, and in recent convos, he’s said that his role isn’t for him. As he is getting terminated due to performance, it feels more amicable now that he knows it’s not working and that he needs to find a new job. Thoughts on message to the rest of the company?
My team has made tremendous efforts during the pandemic to ensure the safety of all facilities and people in our region as we resume in-office activity. Predicated on confidentiality, my colleague went to HR with negative feedback re a specific leader’s flexibility with the *mandatory* PPE protocol. The HR Manager went directly to the leader and gave the feedback along w my colleagues name. Since that day she’s been heavily “taxed.” HR has a responsibility to protect anonymity. How to handle?
I am looking for best practices in reducing anxiety in the workplace, especially for remote workers. What are you all doing?
CA employment management-side lawyer here. I also do a fair amount of FLSA work. Fire away with any questions, and I’ll do my best to answer or point you in the direction of answers. Caveat - nothing here creates an attorney-client relationship.
I am an independent contractor looking for a new position in HR Management. I am open to relocation. Are there any leads?
I am in my first HRBP role. It has been a role I’ve been wanting to focus on and get in to but never got the opportunity to do so. My imposter syndrome has kicked in, especially since it’s all remote too. I was wondering if anyone can give some advice on how to build that trust and relationship piece with managers to be able to succeed? I feel like my fear is holding me back and I am so afraid of failing again.
Been hired & then fired from 2 different sales jobs the past 2 months after getting furloughed from my job in April due to Covid. Is now a good time to get into SAAS sales? Trying to find some stability in sales - doubting if this is still the career path I want to go down. Anyone have any advice or been in a similars situation? Feeling kind’ve lost
I’m planning to buy the study materials for the SHRM-CP certificate through Amazon. What are the best ones to obtain?
I believe there are good sales people and bad sales people. I also believe there are great sales people with shit territories, and shit sales people with great territories. Agree or disagree and why?
How accurate is an automatic watch suppose to be? I just got my first automatic watch recently and it seems to gain +6-8sec per day. Is this normal? Seems like quite a delta. I have a tissot lady le locle btw
How adamant is ACN with taking back bonus $ if you leave the firm? I got $10k relocation bonus 10 months ago, have to pay it back if I leave before 12. 😭
I just got a note from a previous employer regarding pension benefit. Would you rather start getting payments now (let's say $140 / month) or $620 / month when you turn 65 or $40k right now as a lump sum? I'm 30 years old.
Ross vs LBS ? Background: I'm from south Asia but have been living in the US for a few years - Sponsored and can return to the US post MBA Post MBA: looking at Fintech or General Mangement
I work in MC. I’m also doing a part time MBA at a top 30 school. I have an opportunity to do exchange to various M7 at the same cost. I’d have to take a break from work. Are the benefits > cons?
How are MDs at ACN perceived compared to Partners at Big4. Is compensation same? Since we're public, is there a stock purchase equivalent to a buy-in at other firms?
Waiting for my promo to SC to kick in and curious what I’ll be offered. 7 years professional exp, 5 of that in consulting, have my MBA but to get 6 figures I’d have to get a 23% increase to my base
Anyone ever consider calling it quits without any sort of back up plan? Feel like I need to decompress but out of vacation, it's busy season, and I just don't see a way out of this depression.
Had literally 9 interviews for a Manager level consulting role at a growing firm starting in April through the end of June, finally got the nod from the recruiter first week of July, been pretty much silent since as they have been in a "sort of" in a hiring freeze..... Should I ask them to at least send somewhat of a written offer otherwise I'll walk? Or just wait it out as is? I'm not personally in a rush, just want some ROI after all the interviews I went through.
What are some nice first date coffee spots in DC? If the place has a food menu that's a bonus but not necessary. No restrictions on neighborhood.
Anyone know what industries/competencies got hit by layoffs yesterday? A few people mentioned it but no one shared details.
Received H1B extension approval and require stamping. Planning to go to Toronto, does it take long there? Also coworker just told me you can mail your docs if it’s an extension now cont’d