12 YOE & seeking first in-house role. Apps have been mostly ignored with a few interviews. Company is finally showing interest - 3000 employees, small legal team, I’d be the 3rd atty. I asked around this company and haven’t heard great things.
I am a graduate of Suffolk University, and I recently received my masters in Business Analytics. I am currently pursuing a career as an IT Business Analyst at MSU Denver, which I have the 30min first round interview scheduled for Tuesday, November 29th.
If anyone is or was previously employed as an analyst at MSU Denver, would you mind providing some insight into the culture, the interview process, salary information, etc. I would truly appreciate any help as this is a role I want
Just had an interview for UI position this was just a phone screening, the recruiter asked about me and if I had work with product design. They were aware I transitioned industry’s and came out of boot camp no prior professional experience beside personal or private client projects. They let me know they will not move forward. I feel a bit annoyed bc the recruiter first rescheduled and then didn’t properly view my application I am assuming.
Hope you all are doing well
I'm writing this post to get a referral for company switch from TCS to MNC or any start up as a Python developer.
I'm well versed in Python, web development using django, AL and Data science.
I'm still improving my skills at my best.
Please do let me know if u have any opportunity suiting my profile.
Feel free to ping me.
Thanks in advance.
I spent about 4 years split between commercial lit and some employment. Now been at a large L&E firm almost a year. Have always had my eye on an in-house L&E position. Do you think 5 years is too early to apply for one (particularly given I really only have like 2-3 years experience in employment given my initial commercial lit work)?
I have recruited for banking domain in TCS though i don't have experience on that, But any chance they may put me in some other domain after joining or if i failed to clear 1St client interview.
#tcs #tataconsultancy #bfsi #offerletter #client
Hi all! Is anyone here in Underwriting? Just want some thoughts on this as i’ve recently gotten an offer for an Underwriting Associate position and have never done any salary negotiations before. Does it seem unrealistic for my counter offer to be 12k more than the original offer? Considering that the original offer is roughly 8k less than the market salary. Plus i’m also accounting for wiggle room as i’m not expecting them to actually agree with the full 12k counter offer
I’m sending an email to female partner in a leadership position (never met) to set up a meeting to introduce myself. My plan is to send her a short email, giving some background about myself and let her know I want to connect to introduce myself. During the meeting, I plan to discuss my key projects, ask about her vision and how I can help her/which initiatives could participate. I’m up for Sr Mgr promotion and making a good impression is critical. Any tips? anything else I should prep?
New here. I am an IT/Technical PM with CSM. Does anyone know of an open PM or Scrum Master position in Atlanta GA or EST time?
I am a Product Owner with 4+ YOE. I have been in my current role for 4 months and have continuously found that this role and company are not the right fit for me. Looking back on everything they said during the interview process it turns out that the culture, product and role are not aligning with anything we discussed. They have added on responsibilities and I have continuously expressed to my direct manager how I feel.
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S&P Global Hi fishes, I have been interviewed and selected in S&P Global .salary almost negotiated and waiting for the offer letter to release. But seems like they are not willing to release the offer because of my 90 np . They are asking to join by 60 days but initially I told them my NP is 90. Even I am ready to take the 60 days offer but now they are not releasing offer as they want assurance.Now they are not picking calls.seems like i will loose the offer. Is there anything can be done.
Can people stop asking about life in “industry”? Name the role you’re thinking about and have questions on. Need specifics people, can’t read your mind!
I'm currently working in TCS as unix system administrator. Previously worked in IBM as windows and middleware administrator also trained as linux admin. Totally 3 YOE. Looking for job in Google can any one please refer me for system administrator job role.
I’m currently 8 months in doing M&A in big law and I’m miserable. Prior to this role, I did litigation for a year and a half. I think in house would be a better fit for me and I’m starting to apply to those types of roles. Any advice on the job search or insight into life in house?
Curious to know, if a person with 18 years experience in the lighting industry and they wanted to convert over to a lighting specification sales role. What is an acceptable salary?
Currently I’m working as Associate Software Engineer in support team with Linux and I have bond for 2 years.. so please someone suggest me which course or which path should I select with support role.. or should I switch my domain to cloud or other domains. Please suggest … joined:last month of 2021 as a fresher.
What is wrong with Tech Mahindra HR.. everytime i call them they say same answer pending for approval...not sure what approval they are looking for past 15 days...if they are planning to put my position on hold they should mail me or when i cal them they should inform..but nothing is happening..do i need to wait or better search for other opportunities? Please suggest...
Hi anybody from @ZetaSuite @Paypal @WellsFargo willing to provide referral for frontend developer with 4.2 YoE
As a product marketing manager, anyone have advice on transitioning from the CPG world to tech and adtech?? How to polish one’s resume, cover letter, interview answers so that they are more relevant and attractive for tech companies?
I've been in an interim position for about 6 months now. My employer just offered me the permanent role. For compensation, should it match the amount that they gave me while I was in the interim role (temporary increase) or should it actually be a little higher?
Any tips or recommendations on how to stay active through the day while working a demanding job that requires you to work long hours? Trying to do both but would love to hear how some of you are working through the same challenge. Struggling to move enough plus fit in all my work
I have been into support projects for 7+ years in two different IT and Finance companies. Now I want to switch to SAP or any new technology/tool. Please advise on where should I be looking at now to enhance my career and technical skills. FYI I am not keen to learn coding and DevOps. I have been in database background since beginning
Anyone else barely make it through Q1? 😅
I have YOE : 9 yrs in Dynamics 365 and my current CTC is 28LPA.
I wish to get insight from the community whether the package is good or I lagging behind?
Designed for busy seasons 😆
My friend had her baby girl this AM and stole our top name. I’m gutted. I don’t want to be friends with her anymore. I obviously can’t say all of this on my public page. And feel silly that I’m this upset over a name.
Planning a 10-day trip to Italy in September.
Must-dos: Lake Como, Cinque Terre.
Any other cities we should definitely spend more than a day/night in? Not trying to spread ourselves too thin by trying to see everything in a shorter timeframe.
I’m new to the group but I’m interested in getting a side gig/ hustle. I work from home right now. Which is fantastic! But looking to add a little extra income to the bank. I have a background in customer service, along with self taught tech. But does anyone know of a side hustle that doesn’t require previous experience? I just want to boost the income a bit. Even if it’s only a extra 5-10k a yr
Coolest thing happened to me today. Was at a networking event and a guy asked me if I was there to get clients. What came out of my mouth was “no I’m very selective of my clients. I’m just networking
I understand this is not kinda related with the Big4 life. But yeah need the expert perspective. So give it to me!
Whenever I check time, it is always in some special combination like 12:34, 02:02, 11:11, 01:01, 10:01 and likewise. It is so common with me that now it feels uncommon.
Am I going mad? 🙄😞 Or I'm just observing too much? 🤷🏻♂️
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Looking for senior copywriters for the sweet world of Health and Pharma. Just raise your hand and send me a message.
Pursuing a transition to Data Science over the course of the next 2 years from Data Analyst. There are plenty of great resources for learning the technical side, but there seems to be less focus on necessary math/stats curriculum that would be helpful. Do any fish have recommendations on topics worth exploring or good resources?
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At a firm, and starting a fully remote secondment at a client soon. Would appreciate any tips for working effectively with in-house folks!
Are there any recruiters for in house positions in this bowl? I’m a third year data privacy associate at a midsize firm and I’m looking to work somewhere that does a lot of consumer marketing (likely a retail brand?). PM me if you’ve got some leads you’d be willing to share! TIA.
Has anyone worked in-house on personal injury litigation and if so, has it different much from working at a firm? (Other than not having billables). Thanks!
Anyone have rough TC numbers for google counsel (in Chicago - does Google alter TC based in cost of living?). Any downsides to being located in Chicago? Thanks!
Curious to know what the most popular hybrid work schedule is. Looking to maximize my work-life balance. All opinions welcome.
What’s the best way to prepare for a transition to a new company with a new in-house team and a new manager? I have two weeks before I start and trying to get a head start before my new work load piles up. Should I focus on refresher books, or courses for soft skills or technical skills? What may be helpful to think ahead of time for smooth integration once the roller coaster starts?
Any strong feelings against going in-house in a junior corporate counsel role? I am currently interviewing at Assurance IQ and Smartsheet, and I'm excited about them both.
FWIW, I'm at a boutique law firm, and while there is still lots of learning I could do, I don't think the niche is a good fit, and all signs are telling me to leave. I'm a 2019 grad, did a year-long state clerkship, and have been at this firm for just under 1.5 years.
Lately, there has been a lot of “shopping around” by business units for the legal advice they want to hear. One has now gone over my head twice to the GC to get a legal “okay” that I advised against. “Tattling” on me first saying “no.” These power plays are really frustrating. We have a culture of “getting the client to YES,” but it’s hard for me to do that when I know the “yes” will bring certain liability to us. Is there an effective strategy to succeeding in this type of atmosphere?
I got the job! I moved from litigation to a non litigation in-house role. I’m excited but also terrified. Any advice??? 🙏🏻
I prefer transactional law but ended up with a litigation firm out of school (still inside yr 1). Too soon to look for in-house gigs or should I try switching firms first?
How do you diligence a potential employer besides basic searches? Early stage Silicon Valley biotech company with a handful of public articles confirming its latest funding round.
Hi All. I am a little confused what the rule is for practicing as a remote in-house counsel. For example, if my employer’s corporate office is based in Texas, but I live in Florida and work from Florida, do I have to register as in-house counsel in both states or either states. I appreciate any insights. Thanks.
So I’m doing insurance defense in house and I’m wondering what senior managers pay starts out at . I feel like my position maxes around 160K currently at 120K . Also how much are bonuses usually I’m in my first few months 😅
Currently negotiating compensation GC role for a real estate developer based on NYC. They have about $500MM is AUM including new hotel in Times Square, a 10-story B-office building in Chelsea and condominium project still hinder construction in TriBeCa. Anyone have any thoughts on compensation targets?