Hi Guys, please comment - after your PDM round how many days it took you to get your offer letter in IBM
Please Guide me.
I'm an Angular developer, and till now I have performed only the basic tasks that we're required in the project.
I want to switch to become a Full Stack Developer.
Angular + Spring boot and Java.
Can someone guide me how can I do it. Please.
*Big 4 professionals*
I got a D in a marketing class that I simply took to reach 150 credits. I already graduated, earned my degree and I am scheduled to start working full-time next week. Should I be this paranoid/worried that my offer is going to be rescinded?
Would sincerely appreciate any insight
(I took 18 credits/6 classes and earned three A's, two B+ & a D-)
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I had submitted my resignation a few days ago. It’s been an emotional few days sharing the news with the different teams that I work with. Everyone seems upset and I feel like I’m leaving my family, but the other job has better benefits/pay.
Has anyone else had this feeling? Leaving a company/people that you’re so close with for the unknown at a new position? Not sure if the feeling of guilt/emotions will pass once I officially leave.
Hi all! Please could you share some advice for someone looking to become recruiter?
Is there a difference between working in-house or agency?
Advice for getting past burn-out.
I’ve been a recruiter for 20 yrs, but am still young. First 10 yrs were Corporate TA; most recent 10 are with Agency. For the majority of my career, I’ve been passionate about my job. I navigated the highs and lows and was always enthusiastic about starting each workday. We recently had leadership changes that affect me negatively…. But my job is still intact. However, I have lost my mojo. Reviewing Recruiter job postings does nothing to inspire me.
My manager is driving me nuts. He micromanages me everyday and I’m so tired of it. I’m expressed numerous times that I’m not okay with him doing it to just me. Every time we go into the office he tells me that he wants to sit by me to “monitor” me. He calls me out in meetings and monitors everything that I do. I’m great with my metrics and my job. I don’t understand it
So I received a verbal offer from a company, that is outside of Big Tech. It’s an opportunity for me to finally be in the role of Talent Acquisition Manager, but the salary is lower than what I am currently making. To be transparent it’s $23k less and the bonus is 5% less. Should I counter or be grateful to have received the offer pending layoffs at my company?
Hi I’m hiring a recruiter role in the US. Looking for someone with experience in a software company and who can be Atlanta or east coast time zone. Can be fully remote.
Salary c$60k plus 10% bonus and recruitment fee for each direct and referral placement you make (which could add c$30k+ to earnings) we have a great selection of company benefits. Is this package attractive? There’s great opportunity for career development and the company is growing so lots of new roles. We are international too!
Hi everyone :) I'm currently trying to relocate from SoCal to Oklahoma! I have put in many applications for HR roles as well as admin. I have been working for Kaiser Permanente for over 6 years as a service rep and received my HR degree 2 years ago. I've had no luck in the company with any positions and I'm looking to start my HR career somewhere else. Do any of you have any recommendations for work either in the Tulsa/ Broken Arrow area or remote work? I would really appreciate any leads!
What are some strategies for closing offers when a candidate has multiples offers? What are you selling them on aside from company benefits/perks?
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Is industry/corporate recruiting so much more boring than agency? I feel like almost everyone transitions at one point and I am only 2 years into recruitment and presented with a few opportunities to transition into internal recruiting but I don’t want to make the wrong decision
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Any UK based HR Professionals or Recruiters in here? I’m struggling on which certifications to get. Just pivoted into a Talent Sourcer role, I have experience of talent attraction but I wonder which HR/recruitment qualifications I could do to support my transition.
1. CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in People Practice (will allow me to gain a high level view of the HR function that my new role fits into)
2. Level 3 Certificate in Recruitment Practice
Hi all. I was able to transition from a Learning & Development supervisor to a recruiting manager about 10 months ago. The only experience I don’t have is in the hiring stage.
I’ve been trying to transition to a senior recruiter or technical recruiter position, but can’t even make it to an interview.
Does any one have 20 minutes to review my LinkedIn and resume, and give me some advice?
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This may be a dumb question lol...
But, here goes:
So I am a TA, filling 20-30 call center roles per month, on top of taking over some HR responsibilities until we fill our HR Manager roll..so I stay pretty busy, working 40-50 hours per week.
I was wondering...What do TA's do when they don't have any open positions to hire for? Does this happen? Is this a thing?
High volume recruiting - how are you using Indeed? Posting directly to the site? Using campaigns linked to your ATS, if so what ATS? I always feel as if indeed never works great to provide the right candidate quality and numbers for the price. I’d love to hear some strategies! TIA
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