What does Sales Enablement mean to you? Does anyone here work in some type of Sales Enablement roll currently?
Looking to learn more about how others determine the correct cadence to advertise for evergreen requisitions or invitations to join a talent pool without over saturating the audience?
Does the word “inclusion” do more harm than good? What if the panel we simply said “Diversity & Equity”? My thought here is that inclusion insinuates that anyone who isn’t in the “majority” needs to feel “included”, which could be somewhat off putting. Shouldn’t the goal be for everyone to feel equal instead of simply feeling included? I’d love to get some opinions on this!
Thinking about moving to Los Angeles. What’s the best neighborhood/area for someone who’s a foodie, wants to be relatively close to the beach, safe neighborhood and does not have a car?
Good Afternoon and Happy Friday everyone! I work for a larger fulfillment center and I am tasked with coming up with some new ideas to do for team member engagements. Usually once a week we hand out cookies, chips or popcorn with Gatorade. This is for close to 1200 team members. Does anyone have any great ideas?
What are your firms doing to support working parents during the pandemic?? We’re trying to find a way to support parents as they navigate e-learning and working at the same time.
Hi all - I'm looking for help defining our rating scale in terms of our company values. We rate on a 5-point scale of Unsatisfactory to Exceptional Performance. We rate against four company values and five competencies. It was easy to define the rating scale against the competencies, but I'm having a really hard time defining them for the values. I've tried Googling and everything I find is geared more toward competencies. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
Do recommendations on LinkedIn provide any value to potential employers? Do recruiters look at them? What do recruiters look at on a LinkedIn profile?
I’m an HR Generalist. My job is a mix of recruitment and Employee Relations. I find the recruitment aspect to be pretty enjoyable and stress free, but the Employee Relations aspect does often give me a lot of anxiety (I’m a very anxious person to begin with). Recently, it’s been worse because I have several ER cases currently that seem like they could be potentially turning into lawsuits. Do others in ER experience these anxieties? If so, how do you manage them?
Let's see what we are all making. Include current salary, OTE, industry, and YoE please. Reply using your title. I'm going first in the comments.
How do your companies recognize technical (e.g., STEM) accomplishments? I’ve heard of old school things like fellowships and “Distinguished Engineer” titles. Wondering what other places do now. I’m struggling to see where my path leads if I don’t want to be a people manager and instead focus on becoming a top technical IC instead. Are there clear paths for that anymore?
What do you do on Monday to get your week set up? I feel like I spend so much time helping my team get their pipelines in shape for the week / setting up a plan.
I am a Canadian. I have a wealth of experience in Education and Educational Leadership (Doctoral Level). I am looking for a position in Southern California. I would require sponsorship. Leads? Ideas? Thoughts??
Has anyone had a request to terminate an employee after they returned from a leave of absence? What was your experience like?
I know titles are an issue in all industries... but can anyone help me understand the difference between the functions of HR Administrator, HR Coordinator, and HR Assistant?
How is your company handling PTO/vacation specifically if it’s a “use it or lose it” policy? Are you still requiring employees to use it in 2020, or will there be leniency to move it to next year?
Does anyone have any study tips or can suggest a helpful study tool for the HRCI SPHR exam? I used BenchPrepHR to help me prep and took a few practice test. I took my exam last week and unfortunately did not pass. Any tips would be helpful to help me prepare to retake in a few months.
What should I do if I’m working 60 billable hours but my director is telling me to bill 40? Scared he will fire me if I report this. Please help
Considering a move to Los Angeles. How do you southern Californians view the culture at each of the B4 there?
Scheduled PTO but was staffed on a new project where and might have to move my international flight that I already bought. Should the project pay for the change fee?
Post partum I found myself feeling very...for lack of a better word- dumb. I was in a brain fog, missing details in my writing, struggling to maintain train of thought in depos. I thought it was exhaustion from newborn life, and pumping, etc. But I’m just over a year out and still feel this way. I want so desperately to get back to my pre-baby skill set. My question is (1) has anyone experienced this, (2) how long did it last, and (3) what if any steps did you take to mitigate this?
To all you Deloitters out there who are upset about your comp, don’t worry! In three weeks EY will be getting our comp and you’ll suddenly feel so much better about yourselves 🤗😩😒
Looking for help to determine what is a reasonable compensation breakdown for a business analyst role for someone with 5 years of experience. Specifically regarding Google and Facebook.
Check out my new covid side hobby on Instagram @CyberLandscape where I post byte-sized cyber news and analysis to promote security awareness. Would love to hear about any new hobbies you’ve adopted!
I’m thankfully hitting my hours, but my firm keeps passing non-billable work my way. I am grateful for the opportunities, but this type of work always seems to find its way to the female associates at my firm. We have been told that non-billable work is irrelevant in terms of our annual hours. Any tips on how to navigate this in a thoughtful way? I want to be a team-player, but I believe that others need to step up to the plate.
How many years do I have to be an art director before asking for a promotion to senior? And how much more money should I ask for?
Is it appropriate to ask to flex time off if I’ve been working “OT”/long hours for a project? I’m junior IHC & new to the job (though I interned at the company for 1.5 years before becoming IHC). The company has a relaxed culture and good work life balance. Example: my coworkers (non-attorney) will typically just announce that they’re flexing on x day because of x reason. When I started as In House Counsel, my original GC told me to pick my schedule, and was fine with my 8-4 choice (cont)
Haha!! Wish it were really funny. Not A Joke: The Trump Admin Hired A Dog Breeder to Run Its Coronavirus Task Force
I’m in the interview process at Accenture strategy. The role is for a consultant. What is the levels at Accenture? Is consultant low? I currently make 120 for context
Any 🐠 from Alix Partners? Got a hiring manager reach out to me for a Director position. Curious if anyone could shed some light on the interview process - she indicated an IQ test among other things..
Has anyone's been following Martin Sorrell? I'm surprised how in all of his interviews he's able to recall all those revenue, market shares and GDP numbers.
Took PTO the entire week and I don’t know if I can go back to work on Monday. Anyone else in the same boat?