Hi guys, I have worked in an international b2b sales role, my manager who is located in US offered to give me a reference letter, it was aligned that I will compose the letter for him to sign ...In my EU country were we typically don’t do these documents .....I found some examples in the internet but would be interested to see some real life sales specific letters..... what is mandatory for such document to be included and how did yours look like ...would appreciate any input from your side
Trying to get a sense of what folks at other firms are doing. What type of client are you on & what are you trying to help them accomplish / how long will it take you? ⬇️
🐠 need your take on this: I found a perfect role at a company that I previously interned at 3.5 years ago. However my manager and lead analyst at the time really hated me, and I didn’t get a FT offer. The role im looking at now is for a different department but at the same HQ campus as my previous team. I’m currently at a key competitor, and confident I could land an interview. How would you try to successfully get the role? Impossible? Burnt bridge?
Currently making $130k in a LCOL and a recruiter for a relatively new consulting firm reached out regarding a leadership role in the Bay Area. Cost of living calculator says I need to make $275k to have the same standard of life. Wtf?
Been laid off 3 times in my career. What’s the most someone has been laid off? Is this a sign I need to move to another industry because this doesn’t feel good. Losing confidence and can’t find work
Can someone confirm: flying United Economy (K) from LAX-IAD-LHR, the LAX-IAD route is 20 PlusPoints to upgrade to biz, IAD-LHR routes are 80 plus points.
When applying for a new role, how do your companies “level out” the difference in years of working at a competitor vs climbing up the ranks? Are all years of consulting experience seen as “equal”?
I made some money this year because the startup I worked at (not in US) got acquired and I had options. Is there any way to avoid capital gains on that legally? I am in the US now and a permanent resident here.
How tough is it to exit at audit manager and find manager level job in industry? Is it common, or do people usually want to see some operational experience first?
How common is it to develop feelings for people in project teams that you spend 10+ hours per day with? I am becoming increasingly infatuated with a married colleague. (I have a bf but it’s rocky)
What’s the average hourly rate for a Creative Technologist these days? 5 years of experiential work and working with C-Suite experience.
Does Marriott ever upgrade your status level from Platinum to Platinum Elite? Missed it by 3 nights at 72 :(. Part of me is happy because less time on road but at least 20 nights in nonMarriott hotels
Been in public 3 years. Thinking about staying till manager then leaving for an easier job and then build a side gig of coaching new associates to help them as they start their careers. Any thoughts on the idea? Thank you!