General consensus is that D’Andre Smith good to play Monday? Also have James Robinson to replace if needed, but playing today at 1pm
Living in Chicago, making 98K base. Currently paying $900 in rent but thinking about moving closer to the city to a nicer place (maybe ~$1.7k or a bit more). No debt or other fixed expenses. Cnt
I need to know about infosys covid leaves.
How many covid leaves infosys will give in probation period?
please if anyone can tell me about this.
If a person has been working at a company for a short period of time and they’re unhappy and decide to look for a different job. How do you explain in an interview? I know that you can just not list the job but what about if you want to be honest and transparent?
Taking audit very soon..For those of you that took it recently, can you give me any tips? What should I concentrate on? Is there a lot of sampling questions?
Did anyone leave Legato or got separated recently? May be in 5-6 months?
Can you help me understand by when do your Fnf gets settled? Its almost gonna be 30 days for me
Legato Health Technologies
Anybody else getting absolutely bodied by long hrs these days? Feeling like I'm working till 11PM + every night since the new year
A new hire here. Can we use EY laptops for personal use, like browsing websites and importing/exporting files, or is it frowned upon?
Also share some do's & don'ts.
If you’re going out to vote today, please look out for Russians who may be trying to influence you
Is there anyone here on H1 considering moving out for an year or so and coming back on L1? If so, would like to chat.
So I just accepted an offer for a remote position with a small firm that starts in December. What should be the level of communication I should expect from now until then? Weekly check in? Bi weekly?
Sunday Dordle. Hope you're all having a good weekend. 😃
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How taboo is it to leave a firm as a first-year after only a few months? I just don’t think I’m cut out for this type of work, and I’m looking to switch gears entirely, but I’m getting mixed reviews.
Has anyone here gotten cupping therapy done in DMV? Any recommendations to good places around the area? Also, how was your experience, did it help? Thank you!
I got an offer for a Hire to Retire role in a reputed company but I don't have an MBA in HR. I have online courses done on HRO. Presently, I am in a non voice customer support role..Will moving to hire to retire be good for me? Please advise, I really need some guidance.
My regular GP doesn't take Cigna, which is my new workplace insurance, so looking for a new general practitioner in NYC. Healthy so mostly for annual physical and the occasional something minor. M/53. UWS preferable or UES would also work. Any recommendations welcome. Thank you.
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Georgetown grad, been working for a small immigration firm doing fed lit. I wanna transition to a bigger firm doing different types of federal admin work....but i don’t wanna leave Miami, possible?
I'm an experienced attorney (16 years), worked in government, small/medium firms, been a solo. I'm also looking to get out of family/immigration law and go into labor/insurance defense/litigation. According to BCG I'm a terrible candidate for lateral positions and was told that recruiters would never work with me. However, I still get emails/text messages that they want to work with me. WTH?!?!
Would someone explain whether Insurance Defense is the same as Personal Injury Protection (PIP)? Does insurance def include PIP? Thanks in advance.
I'm a first-year in an administrative practice (electricity) at a V25. What can someone hyper-specialized like me do after biglaw? Should I jump to corp/lit (I do a little of both) before it's too late, or try to do more work in those practices?
How feasible is it transition out of litigation / insurance coverage to more of an in house generalist role?I have some recent transactional experience and used to be a judicial clerk.
Hi Legal Recruiters! I’m starting a state tax clerkship in the Fall and looking at how to land a good law firm for 2021 and I know fed clerks are preferred. Any advice/tips?
Do you have guidelines of what you expect a transactional associate to know at X years into their license?
Are there any certifications or comprehensive courses for attorneys looking to break into blockchain?
I'm really curious to know if recruiters are seeing any demand for experienced cannabis law attorneys.
Advice for leaving an emotionally/mentally abusive job before you find a new job? No luck on the job search, but I'm at the end of my rope. I need out. Am I crazy to quit before I find something else?
Recently sworn into NY bar, looking to transition from litigation to transactional work. Is it possible to have part time employment as an attorney doing transactional work? And I'm trying to move from employment litigation to health/environment law, how difficult would this be?
How do you calculate two weeks notice, is it 2 calendar weeks from the day you give notice or two work weeks? How would you factor in a holiday (like Memorial Day)?
I need a job. I’m an attorney licensed in La. and now living in Fl. I can’t find any kind of work. What should I be doing? I’m willing to do - and interested in doing - all types of work both in the legal field and in other fields.
I interviewed for an in house position with an in house recruiter. It went well and I was told my resume was escalated. I was also sent a copy of the company's benefits package. It has been 6 weeks and I haven't heard anything. I emailed the recruiter in follow up and heard nothing back. Likely I am out?
Would being an assistant attorney general help with future employment? What kind of jobs do AAGs get?
Graduated from law school with an in-house offer. Was laid off before bar results. Took a paralegal job with promise of promotion once licensed. Never happened. Took another paralegal job (con’t)
I recently (4 months ago) moved from a Amlaw 15 firm (satellite) to a more regional firm with better ties to my market. Im a junior associate (less than 3 years). I’m having some second thoughts on the move, mostly for $ reasons. Is getting back to biglaw even a possibility this quickly? Or do I need to stick it out for a few years?
What’s the best way to figure out if I’m getting paid market rate as corporate counsel for a large tech company? I’m at $150k, 7th year, handle any and all legal matters that arise in our company (a subsidiary of a global telecom company w $11 billion annual revenue) along with three other attorneys including the GC. We all work our butts off and I just don’t know how to figure out if I’m getting paid fairly for it.
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