What is a good Salary for a Sr Operations Manager role at Uber? In the UK, and also, is it negotiable? Right now they offered me a very low comp. I have 7YOE
#urgent requirement for technical support engineer
comapny :sales force. permanent and full time
location : Hyderabad
Role: Technical support engineer.
if interested send cv : email@example.com
Please suggest which offer to choose -
PwC SD SDC Bangalore - Fixed CTC 23
Cognizant - Fixed CTC 24 + 1.5 Variable + 50k Joining.
Role - Business Analyst
My brother based in Delhi is looking for jobs after graduating with Bcom hons from Maharaja Surajmal Institute. Does anyone know any referral points?
Hi, I am an Emergency Room RN with 11 years of nursing experience. I live in long island NY, and am going for an ASU RN position. With inflation, how much is realistic to accept for hourly rate? The position is 5 days a week so I can't pickup per-diem shifts to compensate very easily. Any advice is highly appreciated.
Anybody has any openings in product management for a graduate from the National institute of Bank Management, pune ( set up by RBI) kindly message
Can we do freelancing while working at CTS ? Can I use the office laptop to work on freelancing projects (the freelancing role is completely Non IT)
If I use office laptop, is there any complications ?
1. Well-known Agency, worldwide offices, this would be for San Fran location with a team of 80 people, big brands, smaller role (Jr Art Director)
2. Mid-size Agency (80-100 people), Miami, good clients, experienced leaders coming from bigger companies, growing agency, bigger role (Art Director)
Btw this is my first ever contract job coming out of Grad school, have only ever freelanced. The salary is good for both! Would love any suggestion thank you!
I have been in the retail industry for 7-8 years and I want to change careers paths. I don’t want to be in the retail industry anymore. It’s so frustrating and the jobs do not pay enough. I have an associates degree in Business Management, customer service experience, experience in Microsoft Suite, Etc. Is anyone hiring in the DC-metropolitan area?
Please clarify for me. I say if the salary for the position is $52,000, that's what you include when posting the job opening. Ie: Marketing Assistant: $52K. My supervisor says no, the salary is actually 74,000, because she's including health benefits and PTO on top of the 52.. I said if you post 74,000 and the person finds out it's actually 52 (probably with a take home pay of only 38) they will walk. Who's right?
Anyone have insights on the following role at Deloitte?
Strategy Consultant - Strategy & Analytics CCG
Comp? WLB? Interview process etc?
EY Audit senior with CA and CPA - 5YOE, $65k offer to xfer to the US Assurance practice. Also interviewing with other companies: industry and boutique. What is the salary range and role I can aim for
Hi! Would anyone be able to help with a Vizient referral - Pharm analytics, Syneos Health, or BCBS TX?
A previous employer reached out and offered me a Senior Product Designer role with a 40% increase base salary. I am considering this, as I have been feeling under utilized at my current role + dealing with of uncertainty lately. But I would be forfeiting a lot of RSUs if I leave. I am in the middle of my vesting period (2/4 yrs), and this year alone would have 256 shares vesting (~$500 share price). The new role will come with shares, but at a small share price. Anyone had similar experience?
I am a skilled nursing facility biller and collector for Medicare & Insurance, my job can absolutely be remote but the company I work for refuses to allow employees to work remotely. I’ve been with this company for 10 years and am looking elsewhere to find the same position but remote so I can move out of state. Noticing that other companies don’t pay billers well, making me feel stuck. This job is a lot harder than people realize and feeling like I already don’t get paid enough. Any advice?
LTI (L&T Infotech) is hiring Abinitio Developer for US (Irving, Texas / Tampa & Florida)
Certification: Abinitio Exercises
Primary Skills: Abinitio ETL , Unix & Oracle is secondary skill
•Senior Abinitio Developer
ETL Tool - Abinitio with 5+ YOE
Strong knowledge in UNIX, Shell script & SQL
6 - 10 YOE as Abinitio Developer with strong analytical & technical ability.
Mandatory certificate - Abinitio exercise
Dm to apply
Can anyone help me find a job? Do you know any openings that accept remote workers? I recently started being a Virtual Assistant and I'm loving it. Thank You for your help
I have an upcoming Interview in Accenture, for Frontend developer role.
This is is forst telephonic round schedule next week.
Any tips for interview or prepration?
Thank you in advance. Accenture
Anyone else excited about Black Ops 4? Or is it just me? I haven't bought a Cod game in a while and I'm anxious to get back into the series after getting tired of Overwatch
In one hand, Consulting is great for the family, you can be home at hours others can't to be part of your kid's daily life (breakfast, school pick up, bath time, etc.) in the other hand, consulting is hard, when your home you are there, but often pulled away to do night work, presentations, and SOWs. Client work needs to get done (at the same time my son is my number one client) Any Dad's out there who have some good guiding principles they have found useful to strike the balance (knowing some days things are just not balanced)?
How to plan to study after office, it takes me a total of 4 hours of travel to go to the office & then come, also I attend an online course in the morning for 1 hour.
Due to wfo, it's getting tough.
Any idea of time management?
Hi Fishes, I was filling BGV form of Cognizant. I cannot see submit button being enabled even after uploading all mandatory documents and marking unavailable for those that aren't available. Can anyone tell what's happening?
Does anyone have recommendations for nice office clothes for dudes? 24M, looking to upgrade my clothes and want something nice and well fitting
Excel Cntrl + [ makes me feel like a superhero
Moms of older (8+ kids). My son is in on a “select” team sport (that he is very good at and he always is smiling when he plays) — but getting him out the door is so painful... WWYD
I tried low carb diet and now I’m having really low appetite and losing weight rapidly. I was skinny already & now I’m even more skinny. Should I eat carbs? I’m 5’7 male and was 145 and now 125lbs.
Me and another teacher had a meeting with a parent and student. After the meeting, the admin asked us both to stay. He shut the door and yelled at me for not apologizing to the student (the other teacher did before the meeting and I 100% wanted to, but I felt like the opportunity wasn't there - and yes, I know I should have). Tomorrow I plan on apologizing to the student. But do I say something to the admin for yelling at me in front of a coworker? Or let it go.
I constantly feel guilty for logging off early even on one day a week - well not early but I worked from 8:30am-6:30pm and feel like I’m the only one not online currently. I also obsessively keep checking teams on my phone to see who else at my level is working longer hours. I know this doesn’t sound normal so please help with any suggestions!!!
Cleared client round and got email confirmation from HCL PM on offer. HR discussion is about to start.
6.8 yrs experience in Automation Testing and currently in Test Lead position. Getting hired for Implementation Analyst/Manager considering my previous responsibilities held and aspirations. My current total CTC is 15.5. How much can I expect? Also do HCL provide joining bonus?
I wish I could do a poll!
Neutral runner needing a bit more comfort. I love my ASICS DynaBlast but want to switch it up!
Brooks Ghost 13 or HOKA Clifton 7? 🏃🏻♀️
How's Roland Berger ME doing recently?
Anyone former or currently at RB Dubai/Riyadh willing to have a chat? Not looking for a referral, but more getting an understanding of the office in the region.
How hard MBB interviews actually are? From 1 to 10 being hardest. How would you rate it?
Practically speaking how much can one grow in GDS from a CTC standpoint?
Let's say someone joined EY at 20 ctc fixed. How much can that 20 ctc grow in let's say 2 years? (Assume no promotion in those 2 years, and if it matters consider Tech consulting service line)
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Transitioning from junior in house at a very small company where I only did small easy contract review to a large multinational corporation in a few weeks, and have those weeks off. Does anyone have any book recommendations I can read until then that actually offer good insight and helpful tips?!
I didn’t learn that much on the business side and I love reading, so seems like a good idea to relax while also preparing a bit.
Does anyone work at Compass who would be willing to refer me to one of the real estate legal positions that are open? I’ve applied to LA and the remote Seattle one.
Can anyone recommend any business books for - new in house counsel? I feel like I am totally lost when it come to the business side of the company I work for. I work for a software startup if that helps. Thanks!
What are some questions that you wished you asked in the interview process for going in-house?
Any one in compliance at an investment bank? What was interview process like? How long is interview process?
Can anyone recommend a good recruiter for in house jobs in California (SoCal to be specific)? Much appreciated.
Real estate solo attorneys — do you close all your deals through a title company? Are smaller clients OK with paying escrow agent fees?
Does anyone have any insight into culture at Apple Content Legal (or in-house legal at Apple generally)?
Calling all employment lawyers…please share the following details: base comp, bonus, equity, YOE, private vs public company, industry.
Have you had to change your start date after accepting an offer and how did it go? I told them I need to give 30 day notice and so I set my start date (incorrectly) assuming the background check and drug screen would take a few days to clear. However, the drug screen is now taking over a week and a half (still not finished, maybe tomorrow). Apparently things are much slower due to staffing issues and labs are backed up. It’s cutting into my 30 day notice significantly. Thoughts?
What questions would you like to see asked or answered in a panel on burnout for in-house counsel?
Boss is gaslighting? Just experienced this for the first time - and would love to hear others’ experiences, too. For the past few years, my micromanager boss asked that I send them every draft of every contract to review, no matter how minor. In my performance review, when asked why I wasn’t promoted, they said that a reason was because I need to learn to stop sending them drafts to review! I said that I only did this because they asked for it, and they said they don’t remember saying that!
Does anyone have any recommendations for software or other methods to track projects? I'm looking at the One Note to do and it seems helpful, but right now the volume of projects in expecting seems to be so large that I think something more advanced would be helpful. My GC also expects a weekly meeting to catch up on everything I'm working on, so obviously want to be prepared for those.
For Google, can you basically only get in with a reference? Should you write up a cover letter with your application? Its optional and my understanding is that companies don’t have time to read it anyway. Currently an lower level counsel at FAANG.
I'm a first yr attorney at an insurance firm and am in the process of interviewing for an in-house position at a tech company. The position is pretty much generalist, but I get the impression I'd be working mostly on SaaS and partnership transactions. I definitely think I would like the transactional work better, but I am concerned about the long-term earning potential vs. partnership. How common is it to eventually make $400k+ in-house/how difficult is it to transition back to a firm? Thanks!
What is the job market looking like these days for an in-house attorney with 10+ YOE (especially if fully remote)? I took an AGC job almost a year ago for a multitude of reasons that I did not have a choice in, but my base salary is at least 60-80K less than it should be and the benefits are lacking/nonexistent. I really like my boss, my company, I love what I do, and I don’t want to job hop, but the pay is not ever going to be what I need (especially in comparison to the job duties).
What areas of legal experience are most helpful to working in-house? Are there particular areas of law you’ve encountered that you wish you knew more about for your role?
I’m the only/first attorney at my current company and I’m about to turn in my notice for another job. I’m incredibly nervous about quitting. I think they will be very surprised/caught off guard. They also have a history of not letting people work their final weeks after putting in notice and they hold grudges when people quit (we are a small company). Any advice? Pack my office in advance?
Anyone recently go in house? How long did the background check process take? Was there also a conflicts check process? If so, how long did that take? Thank you!
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What state? Yes, you will need experience in transactional law or complex litigation to go in house - Preferably transactional. You are still young, plenty of time to change course. It’s okay to say “I thought I wanted to do family law, but it wasn’t for me” when interviewers ask you why you are transitioning. Might be easier to get a job at insurance defense before complex lit or transactional job to bridge the gap.
You are not stuck until you are about 5-7 years in. There should be lots of insurance defense jobs in your area which is admittedly litigation, but it’s kind of like big law lite. Do that for a year and you can probably jump to commercial litigation in big law. Once in big law you should be able to spin yourself as having transaction experience based on business litigation. So you are probably, at least, 2-3 years out at least before going in house as you gain necessary experience.
I was exactly in the spot you were in 2019. I was miserable doing litigation, begging for work from anyone senior I could find, and working until 7-8 PM every night. I ended up transitioning by taking a law clerk/contracts specialist role at a Fortune 500. Downgrade in title but an upgrade in pay. Did that for 17 months then monkey branched over to another large company as Corporate Counsel.
It was actually pretty painless as contracts specialists are jd preferred anyway and it gives you the skills to become great at redlining and reviewing but with fewer expectations.