Hey all! Currently at a medium sized ind. shop & curious about how growth of culture is handled at your place of work. For ref: we’ve grown very quickly, and I want to help make juniors feel at home
need advice. I have been working in an interim role as a portfolio manager. I was promised that the role would be mine. However, after doing the job for 2 months, I have been advised that we might not get the funding for the role and I might not get the raise and the title but my responsibilities will be the same. Its a political minefield. How should I back out elegantly that I need to be compensated fairly and competitively from this mess without burning any bridges
As we discussed the Easter Bunny’s visit, I realized his back story is ready for innovation, and as a consultant, I’d really like to take that project on.
My niece is getting in on the points game. Aside from TPG where should I send her to self educate? Any card recommendations? Her hubby is military so they won’t have to pay fees on most cards. Thanks!
When everyone is getting more than they’re full of Zoom meetings, what are some other ways to keep employees engaged, connected, and feeling like they’re part of something important?
Moved back home with my parents once Covid started in March... I love my parents but really missing the city
If I reimburse $X and the company adds $X to my paycheck I’m losing money right? Since I get taxed on the $X in the paycheck and end up with less then I spent
How often do people here cry in their office?? Happens somewhat regularly for me when my deals get overwhelming. Maybe a sign of burnout, idk.
I’ve been faking happiness for 5+ years and don’t know how to truly be happy. Have an awesome wife, 🐶, 🏡, in a great group at EYP, work is fulfilling, mid 30’s, family income $350k+, both of us have MBA’s - there shouldn’t be anything wrong. I’m a former intel case officer and interrogator that spent a lot of time working with Tier 1&2 operators overseas in high tempo ops and was very well decorated during my ~13Y of service. I do struggle with PTSD at times, but that’s expected w/ former life.
I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
Whats are the activities a Hrbp does. Can you please list them. I would also want to connect with a senior person who is willing to teach thier juniors. Kindly help
Anyone have an awkward moment when a colleague in a different practice group realizes you are part of an ID practice group and immediately makes an insinuating comment that they are better than you?
What’s a realistic salary expectation for a SwE in Santa Barbara with 1 years experience?
Is there an appropriate timing to tell the firm that you are pregnant?How many weeks along?
Is FRM or CFA a better certification?
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