Started a role in a brand new creative agency. ( brand new in this city but established in an another country)
The employer said I will be paid weekly but now after my first week, he said that they have to skip a week to align with the payroll.
And that he will be paying me from his personal account till they set up everything as a new business in the country.
Is that a legit process or do you reckon I start looking for a new job?
Considering an exit to a startup that just completed a solid series B. They’re willing to provide competitive comp package and surprised how large the base is for a startup. Has me concerned about being on the high end and being the first person that comes to mind when it’s time to pinch a few pennies or clean up the books ahead of future rounds/IPO. Valid concern or am I overthinking it?
Looking for a referral for HC rev cycle. Here are the firms I’m interested in & look to have openings: ECG, FTI Consulting, PwC, Crowe, Baker Tilly, Grant Thornton. Also open to any others too. TIA!
I am a recent graduate with my bachelors in healthcare admin. An LVN of 18 years with 10 yes of that in management roles. I have been searching for a remote position for about a year now with no avail. I feel like I’m getting desperate does anyone have any leads on a job.
🐠🐟 - What are non-industry exit opps you’ve considered / are able to reach with a LS consulting background?
So....has anyone started at a start-up in your first management role? They have $100M+ in series a funding and they sound legit, but I’m nervous.
I’d essentially have someone running the group WITH me as we grow, but he doesn’t have that much more experience than I do.
My boss has actually told me if I found what sounded like a good opportunity...and then I found out it was desirable than I originally thought, could come back, but that would be more than awkward. Thoughts?
Any job leads? Feel like I’m under paid, been working property and casualty for almost 5 years. Started an us position this year making only 49K. Barely can support myself honestly
Has anyone in here ever successfully pivoted from a media relations/external comms role to something more internal or integrated comms focused? Or even content marketing?
Curious to hear how I can break out of just traditional PR/media relations!
Hi! Looking for an AD role in NYC. (I know, I know, me and a million others.) Any leads, advice, anyone that wants to connect, great recruiters, all would be appreciated! And your next coffee, on me!
My therapist just told me I'm depressed..do you ever feel like they tell you things you hear a lot or could have figured out on your own? Like take care of yourself, it's ok to feel such and such, etc. I'm still newer to therapy so wondering if that's the common experience? Do you ever have moments where you're like wow that actually is eye opening and I wouldn't have gotten that from reading self help books and websites etc?
Hey I’m currently at an Fortune 500 IT company as a consultant working functionally. I’m not a developer and not a data scientist. I’m looking to move towards solutions architect roles, is AWS or Azure certifications gonna hold much weight if my experience isn’t really super technical only have 2 years out of undergrad where I got a degree in civil engineering. Also looking to speak to any AWS Or Azure solution architects that can chat through what the role looks like thanks!
Has anyone done a coding bootcamp to pivot into tech? If you have, would you recommend it?
Hello - I’m a physician with consulting and industry experience looking for a referral to Deloitte. Can anyone here please help?
I'm interviewing with KKR for a Principal role in their real estate group. All online salary resources are all in alignment with a total comp of $200k+. I'm assuming based on the average salary reported across these portals for principal that those figures apply to the RE group as well. Anyone have any direct knowledge or can speak to that group's comp?
Does anyone know if principals are in cubicles or doe they get an office?
Having 35 days remaining in my Notice period. Need a referral. Can someone help?
Yoe- 3 years
Tech stack- Java, spring boot, sql
Does anyone know how much Wells Fargo pays for Lead Software developer position in Charlotte area? I have 12+ years exp
3+ @ McKinsey working primarily on strategy and due diligence work in software and industrials. What are exit opportunities for PE, and how do I navigate that process?
Does anyone work at Blue Cross Blue Shield Association ? I'd like to apply for a regulatory policy role that's open and would appreciate a referral or help getting my application to a human!
People who’ve been in toxic agencies: how did you realize it was finally time to leave? And did you wait for a new opportunity to come up first, or exited the bad place before you found the new job? I for real want to get out of where I am but don’t know how to go about it.
Hi, Can anyone please refer me to Harman international for below job ID : Job ID: R-15982-2022
Any success of BC PNP Tech program form India?
What if I answered some questions in interview for which I have just knowledge but claimed my hands-on in the same, now selected and joining same organization... Will it be too difficult to adjust?
Hey, work at Big 4 in San Diego office doing fin services - want to move into something techish related in San Diego. Any thoughts?
So much for believing in science..
Let those Monday blues fly away
I am a first-year in big law who started earlier this year. I am on pace to bill around 140 this month and I feel like I am not doing enough work. I’ve consistently reached out to partners but am not getting staffed on assignments. Today I did barely any work. I keep hearing about how slammed firms have been recently and am nervous that I’m not doing what I’m supposed to be doing. Is this a common enough experience when you first start out? What could I be doing differently to be more visible?
How is the Chicago State Farm team at OMD?
Seriously considering adding vegan stuff to my restaurant's menu, I don't have anything against meat except I can't afford it. :( Any ideas on something that doesn't taste like treebark? LOL
Is it better to buy a house at the upper end of your affordability that you'll plan to stay in for 10+ years, or to buy a smaller place that you'd expect to outgrow after about 3 years?
So what are some of the use cases we are seeing in the market ? I’m seeing some in supply chain, some in identity management.
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Can anyone suggest a good field for a criminal law trial attorney to transition to that is not family law, personal injury or white collar crime? Thank you.
I am currently working as a paralegal in a small/mid sized firm where compensation as far as salary is limited. Recently I have decided to leave and have started doing initial interviews with very large firms. When the question of compensation always comes up of course I want to say the highest number possible. Is this a turn off? Should I try to be more realistic in the number that I give or shoot for the stars?
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?
Any tips on updating my resume and LI? I want to start looking for a lateral move after the holidays and am prepping now. What details on case work can I include?
You didn’t hear it from me but the strike at Facebook is because a policy manager or something like that got fed up with conditions and basically cursed out the whole policy leadership all the way up to Nick Clegg and Mark Zuckerberg. Please god bless us all with the audacity.
Is insurance coverage work marketable for in-house opportunities or potential lateral into big law? Please do not confuse for insurance defense. Two different animals.
Hello, I am finalist for an in house position at a major academic health center. I’ve been asked to take a one hour written exam consisting of a hypothetical assignment. I’m quite nervous and don’t really know how to prepare or strategize. I’d be so grateful for any advice
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.
How many years should I plan on working in Big Law before looking for exit opps? When is the best time to leave? Currently at a V10 firm, NYC office
Does anyone know the billing requirement for Stockwell, Harris, Woolverton & Helphrey in LOS angeles?
Looking for a remote position, available to begin immediately. My federal contract ended Dec 31 and I am under contract to build a house! I have a BS in Poly Sci and Sociology, Masters in Public Administration and a JD with concentration in Mediation, Dispute Resolution and Negotiation. Excellent references. I am in the Nashville, TN area. Please DM with any suggestions. Thanks in advance.
Who created this group? Do they actually have any recruiters following it? From the top ten or so posts, it looks like no one really answers any questions. That’s a bummer.
Anyone have any for tips on transitioning from US private sector to practicing law in Europe for a non profit? I am US/EU citizen and qualified in US and UK via QLTS.
Do you have guidelines of what you expect a transactional associate to know at X years into their license?