Hi everyone, I have a couple questions. What are your thoughts on Scholz in Berlin after last year’s drama? And is Serviceplan Berlin worthy?
Anyone here work at PwC in North America? Curious about the work culture and if there's anything to watch out for
Hoping to get my PHR in the next year or so. Outside of employer reimbursement, are there other opportunities for this to get funded? I know SHRM Foundation offers scholarships for the CP, but I am looking for PHR specific help. Thank you! :)
First time founder - would you recommend square, stripe or something else for purchases between $150-$10k or what alternatively?
So, I'm really curious, for those of us who aren't essential workers, how are you handling return to work? Phases? 50% capacity? Self Identifying disclosures? Sanitization stations?
You’re constantly showing up for everyone else, but who’s showing up for you? I started an initiative to coach HR/people leaders because I know what it’s like to be doing all the things for everyone else with little support or focus on your own well-being, growth and development. It’s a lonely game! I’d be delighted to create the space to make you a priority. Would love to offer a free session, or simply connect: https://www.chrisrollins.me/peopleleaders.
Would you ask for a higher pay at a startup, due to the company not having a pension scheme for its employees?
I’m planning to buy the study materials for the SHRM-CP certificate through Amazon. What are the best ones to obtain?
I’m looking for a screening tool that will assess a candidate’s proficiency with MS-Teams. Would anyone know if there is such a thing that exists?
To those who have several years of experience ion TA: Do you think staying in the campus recruiting space limits you? Should one try to get exposure to other HR areas for the long run?
Any advice for someone looking to transition into a full HR Generalist role from Recruiting. I’m currently a Campus Recruiter with about 5 years of HR experience (Coordinator- Higher Ed). I received my PHR certification in September 2020 and sitting for my SHRM-CP in two weeks. I’m having a hard time transitioning into a full Generalist position.
Looking for feedback on Paylocity and UKG payroll HRIS. We have 250 employees and rapidly growing company.
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 🙏🏼
Hi Everyone! I’m torn between which HR certification to pursue (SHRM-SCP or SPHR). Which one would you recommend and why?
Anyone work in Campus Recruiting? How are you planning for fall given uncertainty at schools/likelihood of virtual learning?
Does PHR certification help in India, as this is globally recognised how much valuable is this currently in indian job market. Do we got some good offers or its another certificate just to add to CV after so much of investment & time I don't want to get this wasted !! Need suggestions ??
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?
How long does it take to get over ptsd from being in a toxic micromanaging environment? I was a top biller and top manager at a large staffing company for five years and was treated like a child. The place was crazy. Six months into my new role I’m still scared to request PTO or afraid that my boss would be mad if she found that I took an afternoon break to walk my dog.
Best consulting firms in Houston for Healthcare?
BCG 🐠 how should I prepare for final round interviews? Aside from working on areas noted in my feedback
Is it just me or has the amount of humble bragging every new job/internship (and graduation???) on LinkedIn blown up lately
Has anyone noticed that busy season is changing into a marathon, not a sprint? I’m working close to 60 billable hours/week year round, and 70+ Feb - April. Is this a bigger trend?
Any MBBs pushing back postMBA start dates? Just wondering if this is limited to boutique and Big 4 as of now...
My professional life at the moment is far from ideal. I’ve been on quarantine (long story, but a good one) for the last seven years. Royalties from my books don’t pay the bills. My entrepreneurial pursuits remain hampered. For the interim, I’ve been looking for a remote opportunity where I can leverage my skills in marketing, sales, social media, and elsewhere for a decent sum. I have a social media presence which, in recent years, reached millions. There has to be something exciting I can do.
What skills would a “Marketing Manager” (brand-side) require that an agency art director most likely lacks?
LGA sucks. “Precheck is closed right now” - WTF
How long after your first job (first real one after undergrad) did you start interviewing for other jobs?
Is AlixPartners EI difficult to get into as a VP? Have about 5 YOE in operations consulting and worked at Big 4. Any thoughts on firm, culture, work etc. appreciated.
Not sure how consulting firms expect to retain talent out of undergrad if they barely raise pay. Left consulting after 1 year, end of 2nd year and I’m at 180k comp now with friends at D and PWC barely hitting 85. I know seniors at D not even making 100k
I'm struggling with deciding if I should pursue an MBA. Can anyone be a sounding board? Quick stats: 4.0 undergrad at eh state school (finance major - think top 75 state school) , 4yoe at a boutique consulting firm. No GMAT. Big problem is that I'm making nearly $300k/year and I worry about a pay cut after bschool
How do you get 40 hours of billable work done (and then not fall behind on admin stuff) with kids at home!? I have a 4 month old and a 3 yo with care 2 days per week and I don’t think I can do this!! Please help!
For any former Deloitte now at Accenture - what did you do with your 401k? Leave it? Roll it over? Haven’t yet gotten the details on ACCN 401k plans.
At 24/2 YOE, what’s a good expected salary range to ask for in your next role? Thinking of ops, strategy, product roles. NYC. I know there’s a huge range depending on role/company but would love to hear what ppl are making/jumped too
~$180k in student debt for $145k salary at 28 doing what you like (strategy consulting). Worth it? Is that salary good enough to handle the debt while still being able to prep for having a family?
Can you book flight, hotel for personal usage using company tools? Not going to expense them obviously, but is it ok?
Is 82.5K a good salary for new grad in nyc in industry? With everyone in strategy consulting and ib I feel like I am “behind”.
Left to another firm. For my 401K, I have 2 options. Rollover funds to new firm or withdraw all funds in cash. If I were to withdraw all the funds, how much would roughly would I be taxed + penalized?