I recently joined a startup, everything is good here, culture, pay and people but literally no WLB
Im struggling here to compete with my colleagues.
Everyone here can finish up a task in one day.
But its taking me two days.
Please suggest me a way
Split classes take away joy! We have 6-7 classes at each grade level and they split 1-2 into the remaining 5 so we can have a 5 day schedule. Big classes plus the classroom culture homeroom teachers work so hard to achieve are ruined. Advice? (Plus we are told to "not be negative" by admin.)
Advice: if your current company comes back and counteroffer you more money when they find out you’re leaving for other opportunities, would you stay or still leave? The culture isn’t bad and the hours are normal but the work is just boring and below my level of expertise
Any advice on how to pick the best company for me when offered a position from more than 1 company? I've been interviewing extensively with 4 companies, and I believe 2 are getting ready to send offers. If I receive more than 1 offer - how do I choose? I compared benefits, pros/cons, compared them on Glassdoor, questioned them about growth opportunities, asked about their culture.....anything I am missing? Any input is appreciated. Thanks!
Anyone working at MoonPay? Interested in working with them and would love to learn more about culture.
I'm hiring a creative strategist at the best ecom agency to work at in 2022.
For real, we get paid to stay healthy, pushed to take PTO, get free therapy and support in fulfilling our dream goals.
I'm the happiest I've ever been in my life working here.
Still hard work, but the culture and comp is the best out there for a small (~150ppl) agency.
DM me or apply through the link below if you're interested!
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Hi, I’m looking to switch into marketing (entry level), as consulting is not aligned with my skill set and passions. Does anyone know of any ad agencies in LA that have good work-life balance, good pay, PTO, great culture, training? Your help means more than you know!!! Looking to do informational interviews and try to network my way in, as I feel the barrier to entry was much harder than anticipated. Anything helps, thank you so much! :)
Lately, a lot of recruiters have been reaching out. I'm mostly happy in my role and w/my company (no longer w/Edelman), but one job caught my eye with a huge salary and title bump at a comparable company, culture and work wise. Interviews are going well - I'm torn about leaving - things are good now but some extra $$ for what seems like a similar experience seems like a no-brainer. Yet, I feel sad about potentially leaving my current company. Anyone have a similar experience? What happened?
Beginning to look brand side after being agency side for 8 years. Looking for a general marketing role or something on the digital side. Would love any recs for in house companies with good culture and WLB
Hi fishes, My wife has an offer from EPAM for 14.5L and an offer from EY for 13.5L. she has 5 years of experience and role is for UX designer. EPAM is providing a joining bonus of 1.5L and EY is not providing anything My queries are - I see a lot of hire and fire from EPAM In fishbowl but I have not heard about any layoffs in Can you guys pls recommend which is a better place to work in terms of Culture Work life balance Growth Appraisal Thank you EY EPAM Systems
Need ur reviews on cloud 4c company for sap technology.
Work life balance
Hi all - anyone have any insight into Shearman's Singapore office? Curious to know about reputation, culture etc. Thanks in advance!
How is tiger analytics in terms of work culture and employee benefits ?What is the annual hike percentage that tiger provides ?please pour your thoughts.
Any insights on BBDO NY’s culture?
Currently being interviewed for a Sr Consultant at KPMG Global Advisory. Can someone share what the work culture and hours are like? Also please share any insights on the pay range.
What life lessons did you learn early on in your career?
I am a seasoned AD and am considering a VP Account Supervisor position but feel like I may be loosing earned value leaving the title “Director” even though it is a VP Position. Am I overreacting?
Is a 100k offer for a manufacturing engineering consultant at Deloitte low? I have 7 years experience in manufacturing process improvement but no consulting experience.
McKinsey & Company What’s the WFH/office day policy for Mckinsey PEPI team? McKinsey & Company
There is not a single COVID-19-era production situation that “production cost consultants” can’t, and won’t, make more dangerous if it means more money in their pockets.
I’m a 23 year old female from the US and every time I go to Europe I feel like I get hardcore stared at by the men here. Anyone else get this?
McKinsey & Company Does MBB have a minimum GRE score they look at when recruiting MBA candidates (like 320+)? McKinsey & Company
Just got a job offer as a bench applications analyst. Looking for an insight into the company! TIA
I am working as Senior Consultant in Capgemini on DevOps with skillset Jenkins, Git, Github, Gitlab, Shell Scripting, Azure, Azure DevOps, AWS, Sonarqube, Groovy, Ansible, Docker, Apache Tomcat, ANT, Maven, Makefile, Azure ARM, Jira, Jira Xray, Confluence, Security scans like Bava & Qualys, Manual Testing, Selenium Webdriver, Robot Framework, Cypress.
Actively looking for job change. Please let me know if any opportunity to grab.
What is the perception of collaborative solutions in WD industry? I work there and obviously only hear positive things like best company this, best company that. Would like to know how the firm is perceived in comparison to big 4
We are a private lender located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. We lend money to borrowers nationwide and a few other countries overseas who are looking to develop their businesses. We offer personal loans, business loans & real estate loans etc. and a 2% referral/broker fees. Let me know if you're interested. Tata Consultancy JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley Citi Wells Fargo Amazon
This is the week James comey announced Hillary’s emails were found during Anthony Weiner investigation. This is the week her ratings plummeted. Compare w/ joe’s ratings which are rock steady. Perspective.
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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?
Anyone work as a compliance manager as a way to transition in-house? If so, did you like it? Was it a good career move?
Did you negotiate when accepting offer for your company to pay for practical law or other research tools or did you ask for that later or pay for it yourself?
How are the paralegals in your department organized/structured? What are the pros and cons? We’re exploring the idea of a paralegal center of excellence. Currently paralegals are reporting to the lawyers they support. The disadvantages are that the paralegals are siloed, so there’s no back-up if they’re out and they don’t have anyone who can support them if their work gets too busy. Additionally, the lawyers have a hard time accurately evaluating them since they can’t easily compare their work.
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.
I just started in house as a second attorney in the entire global company, and first IP attorney in the US. This is my first in house position, I have 10+ YOE. I often get emails like “can we share the attached document w company X?” Or “do we have rights in ___? Country Y govt wants to know” And literally that’s it. Zero context. I’m thinking of setting up a standard email response asking to provide context methodically, like an intake form or something like that. Does anyone have any ideas?
At a firm, and starting a fully remote secondment at a client soon. Would appreciate any tips for working effectively with in-house folks!
Any tips for how to decide when to involve outside counsel? I have a fair amount of discretion when to get help but coming from a firm background I’m so used to just doing everything myself, which has led to me being busier than I’d like meaning I have trouble focusing enough time on anything to do a good job. I’m just curious how other folks decide when to handle actual legal work (i.e. contract drafting and negotiation) versus farming some of that out.
What is the difference in the work or day to day for inhouse at a tech company vs. inhouse at a media/entertainment company? Is the legal work itself largely going to be the same?
When should a litigation hold be distributed company wide versus only key players? Should it always be limited distribution?
What are some companies that hire attorneys fully remote with 3-5 YOE? Even if there are not openings currently, I am curious to know so I can keep my eyes peeled for openings that may come up.
Regretting moving in-house. I was an 8th year associate at a v10 biglaw firm but moved in house six months ago and am regretting it. The pay has been hard to stomach but the bigger concern is that the hours and work are not what I expected. Is it too late to go back to a firm since I was so senior when I left? Should I just stick it out a while longer and then find a new in house job? Appreciate any advice.
What are your thoughts about waiving the jury trial in Venue/Dispute Resolution clauses?
Any info on pay at BX, BR or KKR for a 4th year?
How do you find in-house positions?