Any intel on Williams Mullen in Richmond, Virginia? I'm curious about the firms reputation and culture.
I’m gonna be a moderator on a panel of partners re : to offer practical advice for developing and maintaining excellent client relationships and building a strong book of business. Questions will focus on taking advantage of the remote environment, navigating the transition back to normal and demystifying expectations around business development on a broad range of practice but I’ll focus on corporate/transactional! Any example of questions I should come up with for the partners?
How soon is too soon to be preparing for a lateral move? I did my 1L summer internship in a niche area of securities law, loved it, took courses on it. I decided I wanted to explore securities law a little more broadly and not to pigeonhole myself. The firm I’m at is great—doing sec lit—but has zero work in that niche area that I liked. I’m afraid that I am passing on a passion, and I don’t want to get too “old” for a firm to take me on if I have zero experience in a specialty area. Advice? Thx
I’m not happy where I’m at, my abilities aren’t being maximized as I’m spread thin, and I know I’m being undervalued. Recently graduated and in property management w/ 3-4 years sales experience. Currently on the hunt for Sales/Account Management roles leaning more towards consumer goods, then tech. Any advice?
First full day back in the office. I guess I’m not too upset but I did like work from home…
Any thoughts on family law as a practice area? Got offered 110k plus bonuses with low billable hours requirement. I'm in Los Angeles. Not sure if I should get into it as a practice area though as I hear conflicting things. Any thoughts would help. Thanks
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?
I’m a 2016 grad making $120k in a small to mid-size regional firm. I’m based in Nashville. My firm’s management is trying to survey other small to mid-size regional firms to get a feel for where the comp is now, especially in light of the big law increases that are making headlines, and to see just how far below market we may have fallen. Any additional data points from smaller regional firms (especially if you have a presence in Nashville or across the SE) would be appreciated! TIA
For those in b2b sales how are your orders placed most? Online, customer service or sales reps?
Does this get better or do we just hate our lives (and not have lives) until we leave the legal field altogether? Wondering if academia is better…
So other than money (which is obviously very important) what’s the incentive to make partner? Is it crazy that I just want to do my work and go home to my amazing family without the added pressure of running a business and managing others? I’m only a third year (in a new practice area) so maybe the thought of being competent enough to ever be a partner just seems unrealistic. 🤷🏼♀️
Firm announced flexible come and go as you see fit approach to coming back to office. Partner I work for said I need to be in office 4-5 days a week anyway. Thoughts?
One of my executives thinks he is being endearing by calling women "Baby" "Gorgeous" "Sweetie" and he calls men "handsome". I have had multiple complaints against him from female employees and vendors. Does anyone know of any good training courses or advice that can help in this scenario?
If I give notice on a holiday week, would the 4 day work week count as a full week for the 2 weeks notice?
Are you folks happy with your decision to make a career in sales? I’m young working in tech sales, but also have my bachelors in psychology, and could see my self happily going for my masters maybe even PHD and being a counselor.
Any thoughts on the best certifications to get in order to help move forward? I have considered the CCP from World at Work, but it’s fairly pricey to get by the time you wrap up everything. I was looking at both SHRM-CP and SPHR. Everyone that I have spoken to has the SHRM, but that’s also only looking at individuals in a small geographic footprint and within 3-4 different companies. I was hoping to get some thoughts on this from others? Thanks
Litigators - any tips for preparing questions for depositions/examinations for discovery?
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To hr professionals in finance..I’m considering getting an online certificate through Cornell in data/analytics. Worth it or do employers think it’s equivalent to Coursera?
If a man lies about his age for an entire year of a relationship, what does that make him? (He’s 10 years older than me...he claimed he lied because he married for a green card. But what does age and marriage have to do with each other???)
Looking for pointers to crack the AWS SAA certification. Currently doing mock exams from Tutorialsdojo and in the 78-80% range. Is this a good estimation of preparedness for the exam?
Accenture hiring Share your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org for referrals. Experience band 2 to 12 years. Location Pan India (wfh)
Currently interviewing for SM role in EY. 15 years exp in Big 4 and location is T2 city. What’s should be the expected salary range?
Does anyone know anything about Connor Group? They are an accounting advisory group that hires B4 alumni.
For those who work in black box comp big law - how do your firms adjust when the market raises the typical scale? Do you get a bigger raise at reviews or do they do an adjustment eventually?
To the cat lady who thought it was a good idea to bring your pet ON the flight from Newark to NOLA, you're insane. And your cat hates you for this.
Comp range for Growth Equity Senior Associate/VP? Have 2 years of EB IB, 2 years of Midcap VC experience.
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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!
I'll be financing ~40K USD for my sibling in Canada for MBA. The payment is bulk due to Visa requirements which ask for all first year tuition to be paid upfront. We don't have options in the home country to finance. Hence out of pocket. Are there risks I'm not seeing? Is this a financially dumb move? Any tax implications? Please help, I'm lost
Which books would you recommend to a product counel for tech startup about strategy, management, and leadership?