As a company we are looking at going digital with our employee personnel and medical files etc. What are some of the ways you have done that? Any advice/recommended process?
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?
How long do you typically allow for self assessments and manager assessments for year-end? This year we gave employees a week and managers 3 weeks (holidays not included), but they still said it wasn’t long enough even though most waited until the very last day to complete them.
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 started interviewing with a company back in January but they were taking while to make a decision so I put them out of my mind. Fast forward to last week and I found out that I’m newly pregnant. Now, I was offered the job. I don’t know what to do! I hate my current job and this new company seems like a better fit. Do I tell them before I accept the role? I know it’s very early and anything could happen with this pregnancy but I’m torn. Advice would be so helpful!
We are going through and revamping some of our job descriptions and titles. We have a role that is mostly administrative support for our shipping department - printing labels, scheduling shipments, creating paperwork, correcting errors on invoices, etc. Any suggestions for a job title? This person spends most their time in the office.
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?
Hi all! We’re doing quite a bit of hiring on our HR team at LEK Consulting - in particular Manager positions in LA and Boston and a specialist role in NYC. If anyone is interested, or knows someone that could be a good fit, feel free to dm me!
AEs: What do you appreciate about your core SE? What would you change about how you work together?
Has anyone taken the PHR exam lately? What was the best test prep IYO? Online on demand , online live classes? Are the practice exams worth the cost?
In your experience, which companies have provided the strongest enterprise sales training and methodology?
Currently, I am recruiting or trying to recruit without LinkedIn Recruiter. Management is having a hard time seeing the ROI from LinkedIn Recruiter because they have never used it. Most of my experience in recruiting has been using LinkedIn Recruiter as my go to source. Is there anything I can do to convince them otherwise? Or are there any other resources that can help me fill all of my open positions? We use JazzHR for our ATS and free job boards through JazzHR.
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.
After your DEI training what are the other things have you done to fill in the gaps? More training ? A speaker?
Advice on taking and passing the SPHR exam?
Any 🐠 in Telecom billing/BSS sales? Looking for perspectives on the industry overall and what the big shifts will see over the next few years. Also looking to connect and share personal experiences. Overall have to say the space has felt quite stagnated last few years, especially in MSOs. Too much fear to make any major shifts, especially now in covid.
What are the best resources for manager or leadership training (course, certificates, webinars, etc)? And is it better to have employees take a course or Internal present the training HR?
Like most companies who are finally seeing the value in prioritizing diversity in their workforce, I’m curious if anyone has suggestions for any new creative talent databases that have surfaced lately that highlight under represented professionals. Would love to hear about them all! Thank you!
BAH Associates - Opinions on a salary in the low 80s for an associate with a bachelors degree and ~5 years consulting experience? Federal market.
Hi everyone! With an internal promotion to manager I am wondering if the salary raise is negotiable? I know a few managers on the team hired in at 110-120 thousand but have also heard I can expect a 5% raise or less moving up internally, which would put me around 25% below that. Hoping negotiation might be an option. Thanks for any insights!
Anyone here from Boise? I’m from Texas, but plan on moving to Boise for a month and explore the area while wfh. I’m looking at internet for a month and wanted to get some suggestions on what the best internet is for a month? I’ve googled some and found one called Sparklight. Can anyone chime in?
Guidance on typical severance pay and benefits for a mgr (10 years) in med col city? Thanks for your help.
Anyone working at ZS Associates who can help me to give a good figure of AC salary ? Want to make sure that I get top of the band AC salary. Any help would be appreciated!
Any ladies working with major hospitals or academic medical centers? I’m really interested in working with providers and would love to hear about your experiences.
Has any one ventured into importing and selling on amazon or any other platform? Looking for lessons learnt, marketing tips, other looks outs
Does anyone have a good reading and reading response lesson for an LLD classroom? I have a demo lesson and special education is new to me. Thanks!
I’ve been laid off due to lost business. Struggling to find junior strategist positions and agencies that hire at that level, not many do. Should I stick with what I enjoy or consider account?
I would LOVE to see expensed lunches while WFH as a perk. Know it’s a lot to ask for, but cheaper than some other benefits being thrown out there, especially by tech companies.
If you leave your job and take a month (or more) off before starting the next, what do you all do about health insurance?
Based on some of the ominous posts/articles about firms going back to stealth layoffs, should I be weary about lateraling to BigLaw in a non-corporate practice area?
How much money do you have left over after you pay all of your expenses and tax? After taxes and rent, healthcare, 401k, and food, I have about 12-14k left over at the end of the year. Is this low? Should I be saving more?
Letters of resignation submitted! It's been a fun four years but looking forward to time off before heading to business school.
How does one get hired by their client? Really like their team and the work they do. Anyway I can be proactive about this? Or would they have to reach out to me
I have a (2-week old) new boss (CPO) who wants to break up my reports and responsibilities into different functions that report up to her. I accepted this role back in April because of the growth opp, but now I feel like the role and responsibilities she is suggesting are significantly reduced from the offer I accepted back in April (bait and switch). I have never been in this situation before. What do you all recommend?
For those of you who worked remotely full time pre Covid, would you recommend it? I feel like during Covid everybody was wfh so that is different, but I have a remote opportunity with a amlaw 50 firm (if that is a thing). It occurs to me that most people at the big firms are likely back in the office and crushing it so I’m a little nervous it’d be a dead end, but damn does 100% wfh with a bigger salary seem like the dream!
For lawyers, If I post a political message and get fired, can I still get unemployment. Nothing disparaging against my firm.