I have an interview at Saatchi and Saatchi Wellness this week. Any tips, tricks or thoughts on the agency?
Interviewing for Saatchi and Saatchi NY - any thoughts on the work life balance there? Trying to avoid 80hr weeks
Thoughts on Saatchi & Saatchi? Looking for people who have interviewed with them and work/have worked there.
Coworker asks me personal questions non stop. Should I escalate? I work with this older guy who likes talking about personal matters, his ex wife cheating on him, issues with his kids, his current
Anyone doing the Elevate35 virtual membership? Do you recommend it? Sorry if this has been discussed, I did a search and nothing came up.
Long-term Big Law attorneys who haven't succumbed to burnout: how do you cope with working virtually everyday? I already eat healthy and exercise. I just want to know what I can do to ensure that I am able to maintain my velocity. My days have blurred together at this point from working everyday. My billables are great (+/- 200 hours/month). I'm getting good reviews. I just don't want to end up burning out in a year or two. Thank you!
Quarantine confirmed my decision to not have kids. I can’t imagine being homebound with one all these months - seems like hell on earth.
I want to keep this positive: name one accomplishment you've had over the past year that you never thought you'd do.
Anyone else feel like the labels liberal, conservative, etc. have been so used, abused, and twisted that it's impossible to have rational conversations at times?
Has anyone transitioned into a product marketing or project management role? If so, how were you able to it?
Sr. Art Director asks: What's your negotiation strategy when you go from freelance to full time? What percentage should you knock off?
I cheated (emotionally) on my SO and we are going through a break up. It’s really rough. I truly love him and I know I should leave him alone and move on. We had a tumultuous relationship at the end but I can’t stop feeling so bad and guilty. Ugghhh.
Thoughts on Partners never being at clients. They just show their faces when they want to sell something. In other firms (specially the reputable ones MCK, BCG, Big4) partners are delivering.
Transferring to FAAS from audit and still studying for CPA. Any tips in this transition in general and as it relates to the exam? Is there more ability to study in FAAS compared to audit?