I have worked in the HR space for the past 9 years, however most of my experience has been in Talent Acquisition. I do want to move into a People Operations/Generalist role. I’m planning to go for a HR certificate but unsure if I should go for a PHR or SHRM. Please advise!
Is it worth it to get a professional certification like SHRM/PHR? Not many of my colleagues have one and it’s not a requirement for my role, but I’m curious if it’s worth it in the long run
Has anyone submitted grad school applications while working in tech sales? Or have any managers here managed employees who’ve gone through this process? I know in roles like finance and consulting, grad or business school is part of the next step in employees’ careers so employers are supportive. I’m not sure it’s the same for tech roles. Honest opinion—will my desire to go to grad school disincentivize my employer to invest in me?
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?
Would you ask for a higher pay at a startup, due to the company not having a pension scheme for its employees?
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 🙏🏼
How much value do companies place on HR experience in a specific industry? My thought is that HR is HR wherever you go, and it shouldn’t be difficult to switch industries (e.g. manufacturing to financial services), mid- to late-career. But what has been your experience?
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?
Now that networking events are virtual and limited opportunity for face to face meetings - how are new leads being generated besides website traffic. How do you "network" at virtual meetings and presentations?
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?
Has anyone seen or discussed this Petition for SHRM must support Black Lives Matter & the LGBTQ community? I’ve grown increasingly concerned and disappointed in SHRM’s lack of vocal support for employment protections for LGBTQ+ and black and brown workers, especially as a black woman in HR. It seems like SHRM is overly focused on what is absolutely “legal” and not what is right. I’m of the opinion HR professionals must not only be “legal” but have a relevant and compassionate stance
Hi Everyone! I’m torn between which HR certification to pursue (SHRM-SCP or SPHR). Which one would you recommend and why?
I’m looking for an outside sales rep in Milwaukee for a SaaS company. My top rep last year cleared $800k before stock. If you know of anyone or think you’re a good fit, let me know!
First time founder - would you recommend square, stripe or something else for purchases between $150-$10k or what alternatively?
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Anyone here a member of Revenue Collective? Is it worth it? What kind of value have you gotten out of it if so? Thanks!
Looking for feedback on Paylocity and UKG payroll HRIS. We have 250 employees and rapidly growing company.
Just got approved for a transfer to a different office in a few months. When should I let my current team members know of my move? I assume I will get new client engagements at the new office.
Is MBB the best for career development and training? I’ve heard mix reviews with some saying the mentorship is invaluable while others say it’s sink or swim.
Bg: went into consulting after college, just got promoted to SA, didn’t get H1B in the last 3 attempts. Goal: 1)maintain my status/be able to come back later 2)get into MBB and get my MBA, whichever happens earlier. Decision to make: A) international secondment for 1.5-2yrs and prep for bschool while abroad and then try MBB after bschool B) get into a masters program and apply to MBB and try bschool later. Any suggestions/thoughts to help choose between A or B would be appreciated!
How often do you get your hair cut to maintain your professional appearance? Reply with time and gender.
Trying to decide being a security analyst at Accenture or an engineer at Walmart. Comp is about the same. Both across the country from me. At Walmart I have an idea of what I would be doing already though. It is boiling down to choosing between the career advancement Accenture might give me or the predictability of working at a company like Walmart in LCOL so I can stack money. I want to break into cloud security which ACN is known for, but Idk how i feel about the randomness of consulting
Is it worth it to go through mba recruiting and try to jump from D to MBB? Currently an mba student and wondering if projects are that much better or more interesting at mbb. would love to hear thoughts from anyone who has made the jump
And the AG was fired because she didn't agree with the dictator. This is insane. Oh and she is a "traitor".
9th year associate here. How long do associates too senior for lockstep hear back from their firm after a raise has been announced and that senior associates will be contacted individually?
Is the SPHR or PHR license necessary to pivot into human capital? I have a MBA from a Top 15 school. Any thoughts?
Best feeling is landing an offer with a 40% raise before layoff, then getting the HR/Partner invite and telling them they could've saved $25k severance because you were about to quit the next day. 😂
(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?
When recruiter asks “what is your salary requirements” how do you politely reverse it asking what their range is?
What's a good excuse at the interview for jumping between two Big 4 firms? If both were in the same location.
I like my job, my livelihood is stable, but it's tough to do famous work here (market dynamics + client + internal capability). How do I get noticed/move to markets like NY/LDN (I'm in Asia)?
How do we get to know our hike, bonus and promotion result? do we get it in a mail or is it communicated by the coach.. It's my first time so curious :)