If firms go exclusively remote, I have zero reason to remain living near “home office”. Likelihood we’ll shift to that model, and can live wherever?
Has anyone else’s company ever reached out and asked them to leave a Glassdoor review? My company does this randomly, seems like a trap bc they know who they asked and when so you have to be positive
Our company usually does performance evaluations in June of each year. Our pay philosophy is not clear. We usually give a COLA in January each year, somewhere around 2% and if an employee performed well, they get above the 2%. I have suggested we change our process to have a clear pay philosophy with increases tied to performance, with goals tied to overall goals of the organization. What is your process? Are you doing performance evals during COVID?
Has “We need to get back to normal ASAP!” been drilled into your head as well? I don’t see things going back to normal for A WHILE.
Poll: How many of us actually prefer working from home more permanently? I was reading a survey that found 40-45% of HR pros prefer to continue this way which I found incredibly surprising.
What does Sales Enablement mean to you? Does anyone here work in some type of Sales Enablement roll currently?
Alright yall, we are out of the July slow down. Time to kick it up and finish this year off. Tell Rona to pound sand and get it done.
Any advice would be helpful. Recently started at a tech consultancy and am building up the HR function. Thanks!
So, my boss just told me that all lives matter. Let me know if you hear about any executive HR openings, I have 16 years of global HR experience.
I’m curious to see what the average pay for a campus recruiter in NYC is. I’m one year into this role, came in entry level, and already got promoted, but I want to make sure I’m getting fairly compensated. Any other recruiters here?
https://www.pipedrive.com/ This weeks technology highlight is Pipedrive. My company still does not have a formal CRM. I went out and found my own.
Do you ever get conscious telling people that you work in HR? I feel like there is a stigma against our profession.
This week's tech mention is Piktochart. I came across these guys yesterday and I am stoked about it. If you look they help you build professional infographics. I like to use infographics as a leave-behind from my sales presentation. The flyers help my customers sell the solution up to management. The problem I have is I am not artistic. This service looks like it will allow me to take my ideas and put them in a format worth sharing. Go give them a look.
What are your thoughts on having your webcam on/off for meetings with prospects? Do you have them turn it on, differences in industries for value of face-to-face, etc?
Does anyone have creative ways that they are capitalizing on outside sales perks such as: mileage, hotel points, credit card points, etc.? So far my solutions are high mpg vehicle to maximize profit on the 57 cent per mile standard and the American Express Hilton Honors credit card to gain points after the company reimbursement.
How are you handling onboarding of new hires right now? Has anyone made creative changes to your plans or encountered hiccups? For those that usually supply new hires gifts to employees on their first day, have you still been doing that? If so, how?!
I work in hr as a coordinator currently but am applying to generalist positions. I see positions posted by the actual company, and also by a recruiter company often, which is better to apply to? I know there are pros and cons to each but just wanted some input.
I don't see many people on here from General Dynamics. What's the culture like? I went to a job fair to be cleared to a TS/SCI and they said the background check will take a little over a year lol.
Is it common to receive a signing bonus as a senior consultant or a manager in most consulting firms?
(Knock on wood) I feel like CA has had a good handle on COVID so far. Looking at the numbers, we’ve been fairly low. Considering we were one of the first states to lock down do you think this is why?
About to negotiate industry offer. 11 years of experience. 6 in consulting. 5 in the fin services industry. Director role at Insurance company - internal consulting role. Will appreciate any insights.
Corporate Strategy, a graveyard for people to get stuck doing projects and analysis that never go anywhere, or a high impact, high prestige role?
Interviewing w 2 women who would be my direct reports. I’m v aware of the horror stories of female bosses in the industry, and want to present as a strong mentor. Questions I should ask? Other advice?
I have a take home case study for a place I’m interviewing with and they want me to send the deck with my analysis prior to the interview. How long should my deck be? Anything I can do to go above and beyond? Really want this opp
Can someone explain the Deloitte pension? And what exactly the vesting means? I get emails about the pension even once in a while but I'm not sure how exactly it works.
Ok, which firm thought United’s Lottery Bonus plan was a good idea? I know at least one of you on here worked on this idea.
What’s the easiest way to explain to people that the $1,200 check is not an advance on your refund for next year, but rather a pre-payment on a credit that otherwise wouldn’t had existed but for COVID
Nationally, through May 9th there were more COVID-19 deaths over age 85 (17,478) than under 65 (10,929). I don't think the Democrat strategy of "save grandma by locking you in your house and sending infectious patients to her nursing home" worked.
Glad not part of D and the toxic culture anymore. High performer laid off 60 days ago for no reason of mine and ready for next opportunity. Good luck everyone at D
If you're a consultant in the financial services space and no longer want to travel, are there opportunities for local work outside of living in NYC? E.g. Seattle or texas
Is it true that MBB only strategize but rarely execute their plan? If so, why not implement too and benefit from the additional work?