I’m updating my resume, a year out of school. I feel like the scope of my work has changed so much due to COVID. There were projects I was working on for which results were never able to materialize because they were cut short. Any advice?
Growth with Google Project Management Certificate: any one done this? Think it would be worth my while? Can’t take the PMP Exam without actual experience
Anyone know the email format at Joan Creative?
How much hike should I expect considering that I joined in june starting in ccb on applied ai/ml role?
I am from mainframe technology having 7YOE.
Planning for a job change as my current organization is not having much scope.
Can someone please guide me on which topics or area I need to focus more on to clear the interview.
I have given a few interviews and haven't cleared it so I'm feeling very low at this point of time.
Any help would be appreciated
Anyone know where I may be able to purchase a barbell and plates and at home squat rack without paying a crazy amount?
Lost a bit of weight and now the waistband on most of my jeans are too loose but still fit okay in the butt/thighs/legs. Is it easy to get them taken in by a seamstress/tailor? Is it expensive?
Would you pay $2300/month on rent if your take home pay is $7000? Don’t have any loans. I am single. I go out on weekend prolly spend $100 max. I live in Chicago. This place is really close to work. 10 min walk. I don’t like commuting by train/bus. I don’t have a car.
How can a strategy freelancer protect ideas they have after the contract’s up? Let’s say you’re hired for a week to do some research and strategy. Let’s say AFTER that week, you suddenly have an idea for the perfect execution that’s the answer to all the client’s prayers. How can you give them that idea, and be fairly compensated if it ends up being produced?
Can anyone refer me in Deloitte for frontend developer role (ReactJS) with 2.9 years of experience?
Has anyone cut your parents out of your life (completely cut out: no phone call, no Family meeting, like strangers)? How long? regret or not? I moved out and didn't want to look back, but I don't feel better. I am still crying and angry so much...why did they give me a life with child trauma? Even now, I'm past 30 and taking meds but still in pain
How much do SIP consultants make in the US?
What is the male equivalent of the conversation I just had: being advised not to “huff up on stage” like “little miss bossy boots” and “try to take take charge” of my own spot, on set.
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Experience:2 - 5 Years
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Anyone at Accenture advise on application review process. My status has moved to Assessment, is that still an internal stage as I've not recieved any communication?
Anyone have any insight on working at Mattel? Seems like a great place to work, but would love an insider’s perspective.
Hiring a couple mid-level to senior brand design and art directing roles at a start-up in NYC. ~100 people. Both salary ranges are 80-90k. Must have experience in related roles -- no recent grads. I'm the CD (not a recruiter!) and you'd work under me. Happy to answer questions.
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Interviewed four candidates and really like all 4. It’s going to suck to tell 3 of them that they’re not getting the job.
Is sign-on bonus common for in-house positions? How much is it usually percentage wise to your annual?
Can anyone recommend any business books for - new in house counsel? I feel like I am totally lost when it come to the business side of the company I work for. I work for a software startup if that helps. Thanks!
Do in-house roles have conflicts checks?
Does anyone have any recommendations for software or other methods to track projects? I'm looking at the One Note to do and it seems helpful, but right now the volume of projects in expecting seems to be so large that I think something more advanced would be helpful. My GC also expects a weekly meeting to catch up on everything I'm working on, so obviously want to be prepared for those.
Has anyone lateraled from big law into an in-house role at one of your firm’s clients? I feel like this happens quite a lot and curious how that process went (did you reach out to them, they to you, etc)? I’m in my second year and staffed on a large client & starting to develop a relationship which I’d like to maintain. I’m thinking about hanging in here for another year or two but then starting to look to lateral. Would love to work for this company if a position is available at that time.
Which books would you recommend for in house counsel about strategy, management, and leadership?
Asking as product counsel for tech startup.
PSA: didn’t think anyone needed to hear this, but apparently many do. When you’re interviewing for a job you actually want, and the interviewer asks if you have any questions for them at the end, have questions ready, and legitimate ones. It’s a really bad look when candidates say “no I don’t have any questions,” or they ask something incredibly stupid like “what cool swag do you get?”
Question for in-house funds attorneys: How do you track and implement LP side letter requests? What system do you have in place to make sure that they don't slip through the cracks and the right team takes ownership?
What’s a reasonable amount for a counteroffer to an in house offer? Don’t want to give them heartburn but want to negotiate reasonably for my worth/cost of living. 10% of original offer? 15%? 20%?
How many interviews are normal before you get an offer? I’m looking to make a switch and have been interviewing with 3 companies for more senior roles. Each has at least 5 rounds + 1 recruiter call. I don’t remember this being the case when I got my last job several years ago.
Tips on asking for a raise?
Any one in compliance at an investment bank? What was interview process like? How long is interview process?
How long does it take for an offer to come in? I was told they are preparing me an offer beginning of this week? Thanks!
Can anyone recommend a good recruiter for in house jobs in California (SoCal to be specific)? Much appreciated.
Hedge Funds. Is anyone here in house at one of the larger institutional hedge funds? If so, would love to hear your journey to those firms (thinking Bridgewater, Citadel, Elliott, Blackrock, Pershing, etc.), your current role, and opinion on your work/position, pay. Thanks!
If I leave my current law firm and go in-house, I understand that the firm would not continue paying for my PLI account. But do I still have access to the programs I have subscribed/purchased before the access expiration date? Or I would not be able to log in to the account set up by the firm email at all?
Any experience of the legal hypotheticals asked by Amazon at the final round (corporate counsel)?
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Welcome to the club. CYA and watch the fire unfold.
This. Put your advice in writing and document their refusal. CYA.
It depends. Legal advice given to in-house clients typically takes one of two forms:
1 - Ideal practices to ensure full compliance, mitigate most legal risk, etc.
2 - Bet the company, ignore the advice and everyone goes to jail type advice.
In my experience, attorneys who are relatively new to in-house life often mistake #1 for #2. So the first thing you need to do is make sure the issue is that big of a risk.
This is solid advice in my opinion.
“I understand your view, but I know [my GC] will have concerns with this approach, so if we’re going to take this approach, I have to get clearance.”
A card to be played rarely.
The appeal of this approach is that if you conclude it isn’t worthy of elevation to your GC, then it informs you as to your conviction on the issue.m, and you don’t end up in conflict with your client without need.
We have an internal documentation for this. When there are outliers in contract terms or there is some high inherent risk we document it and let everyone from relevant teams (the team heads) to sign it so they commit to the risk. Sometimes people back down because they don’t want to sign on to risk or if like the CFO or GC also reviews the risk
We do this “documenting” via email and then I save the email with the rest of the files.
Escalate up your reporting chain and their chain.
Are you the only in house attorney? Are there no other in house attorneys above you?
If this is a major legal issue, I’d put your advice and their response in email to CYA and then jump ship as quickly as possible. It doesn’t sound like the kind of environment I’d want to work in. At my company, legal is respected and what we say goes. Business sometimes hems and haws and may push back to make sure legal issues are truly important enough, but, at the end of the day, if I put my foot down on something, they listen.
A version of this happens everyday in house. Tell them if they want to bear the risk it’s their decision but you advise against it. Explain why verbally and if they still want to do it just document that you notified them of exposure without being overly specific.
Document EVERYTHING. It's their choice but cover your ass.