For those of you who spent the time and money to get the PHR or SHRM certifications, do you feel that it actually strengthened your professional capabilities as on HR professional, or did you just do it to fit into the “HR Professional” crowd?
I am a five year experienced professional I do have an experience into HR generalist activities such as onboarding, exits, employees engagement, little on HRBP, offshore HR services, I am not sure how to go about my career from here I am not getting any new good opportunities. Should I get some certification or change my career. I feel on the same experience levels others are more skilled, even though I have good interpersonal skills but I could never get an opportunity to showcase in the role.
What training or guidance are you giving managers at your firms about managing hybrid teams? There is a lot out there on remote teams, but a lot of us are going back three days a week which means people at home and people in the room. Any tips to pass on?
I recently started at a larger software company as an AE. As I’m getting more into the process, I’m finding things odd. Like, cold calls and emails are metrics I’m judged on more than closed won business. I know that’s part of the job but it seems strange I’m judged on it so heavily. And, I seem to be the first real outside AE hire as everyone else seems to have been promoted up from SDR roles, including all of my direct management. I’m questioning if I made the right move. Stick it out or look?
What is your policy on a rehire and how you handle accrual rates for PTO, do you start over? Do you have a window like if they return within 6 months it stays with original hire date? Do you handle this differently when it is a layoff? I tried to find best practices in this but not finding anything.
Any strategies or resources you could recommend for getting rid of the dreaded annual performance review (or at least lessening the dread) and creating a more effective year round performance feedback system? Our review is currently tied to our end of year bonuses and merit increases, so not sure I could get rid of it entirely. This would be for hourly and management employees, all working on-site.
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.
Second year associate getting ready to move from a small firm to big law in the SE. Any advice or tips to help prepare for the transition?
Pfizer is 80% effective after the first dose and 90% effective after the second dose, according to a new real world study. Most ill effects are from the second shot. So I’d prefer not to take the second shot. Am I wrong?
I’m mid-level in my HR career at my current company and an upcoming Master’s graduate. Studying for my SHRM-CP too. How did you make the transition to that next level? What skills do you need, or is it really just based on YOE (I am the youngest compared to my teammates, many who have 10+ YOE)? I feel like career pathing is not very clear at my company. Each time I ask for guidance on this from my manager, I get told they’ll look into it.... would love some external mentorship and thoughts 🙏🏼
I’m not happy where I’m at, my abilities aren’t being maximized as I’m spread thin, and I know I’m being undervalued. Recently graduated and in property management w/ 3-4 years sales experience. Currently on the hunt for Sales/Account Management roles leaning more towards consumer goods, then tech. Any advice?
What's the harshest thing your Buyer has ever said to you? Ex: Buyer emailed my colleague "instead of sharing photos of our empty shelves why don't you spend your time getting us more product"
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?
How long, on average, did it take you to study before you could pass the PHR/SPHR exam? Did you think it was worth it?
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!!
Insurance coverage associates: how long does it take you to write a 10 page memo about policy law?
Does anyone have recommendations for good legal recruiters in LA/Southern CA? Currently in-house, looking for other in-house roles. Thanks in advance!
Question for you sales and saas guys￼. I work for a fast growing startup and we are billing around 200 K a month. I am in charge of the sales team and our CFO mandates that we collect ACH payment information on every agreement. The problem with this is we have to reel in micro deposit amounts from customers and it feels like herding cats.￼ I’ve worked for three great tech companies and I’ve never had ACH nor have I ever paid for services with ACH.￼ Is this a totally dated process?￼
Is your organization planning to require employees be vaccinated? I understand why management wants this but concerned about losing good employees because they don’t believe in vaccination or are wanting to wait until more people have been vaccinated to see if there are issues with it. I’m also concerned with moral if we require this. Employees may get it to keep there job but hold on to some bitterness or develop anxiety over it. Am I being too soft or over analyzing?
Usually how long does Accenture Strategy take to give decision after final round interview?
Guidehouse manager salary?
So I am a year overdue in submitting expenses but for a period my father passed, I was 150% utilized, and there was a glitch that didn't allow import of corp card expenses - should I submit or eat it?
Is there anyone at CVS Health (Enterprise Analytics) that’s willing to chat about the interview process/role? I have an interview for the “Solution Strategist, Advisor” role, but there was no recruiter call and they went directly to scheduling the interview. Thanks in advance for any insights! Particularly any insight into the “technical/coding interview” would be appreciated since the team/role seems Data Science heavy?
I’m currently am a core and advanced comp lead and thinking of getting another certification... would you recommend taking Learning or Talent+Performance? Long term goal is solution architect.
So my bf family originally canceled Christmas celebrations due to covid but is now planning to have a “get together” with just half the family while excluding the other half. When I asked wont the other half be mad, I was told they just won’t tell them about it. I being who I am told someone on the side not being invited cuz I thought it was plain wrong. The person acted on it today asking if it was happening to a cousin in law and now they’re trying to see how it happened. Did I mess up?
If you message the hiring manager directly about a Role, what do you say? Recently did this and the HM basically responded saying the recruiting team will reach out to all applicants.
Wtf ORD 😳
What do you guys think about reaching out to the recruiter directly after applying for a position on the website to stand out? Or does that come off as more annoying? Targeting BCG and MCK
Does it financially make sense to get your MBA through GSAP? I know the pay bump and bonus are substantial after you come back, but no salary for 2 years + living expenses sounds rough.
Hey Fish! I have an acquaintance from Penn who is looking for some guidance about applying to consulting firms. She is specifically looking to get connected to folks from Alvarez and Marsal. Anyone willing to hop a on a call?
Anyone own a vacation property and rent it out? Was thinking about it as an investment and using it for 2-3 weeks out of the year.
What questions do you ask Adcom that you find the most useful when networking? I want to go deeper than generic school culture we read online.
Looking for some exit advice. Currently a senior 3 at EY cyber making $120k. Have an offer at industry for a manager role at $155k, 10k signing bonus, and $40k RSUs. Would you guys take an exit for this TC, or wait it out at EY for manager.
I had a lot of meetings/interviews with a service line and office I was thinking of transferring. The last time I had a call with a partner was two Fridays ago (10 days). And they told me they’ll discuss and let me know in the next week. I sent a follow up email after my meeting. But haven’t heard anything back. Is it a bad sign? Or should I try reaching out again?
Coast to coast (US) travelers: What are the less obvious things to consider? I have an offer for a good position that would require East to West travel three weeks a month.
(Serious) My employment is due to end in August since I didn’t get H1B selection, but I really want to stay in NYC. What can be done? Need help. Would talking to lawyers be helpful?
Seen on LinkedIn today from Ogilvy. Have you had issues presenting an ugly truth to a client? Do you find mostly negative or positive reactions to truthful insight?