An employee at a London agency gets Coronavirus. Instead of implementing WFH indefinitely, they close for a few days to clean. This - both the thinking and the action - is how pandemics spread. https://www.adweek.com/agencyspy/publicis-groupe-uk-closes-turnmill-office-in-london-after-employee-tests-positive-for-covid-19/162789/
I think I have a mutual workplace crush going.. And he’ll be writing my performance review. It’s a big no no (like grounds for getting fired) when you’re on the same team and different levels cont
That moment when one idiot replies all to group of literally 1,000s of employees and then 50 people reply to be removed or tell them they replied all. Tempted to reply all "you're all fired".
Hill Holliday in Boston laid off a bunch of people and so far, by my count, it's 13 women 3 men. 4 working moms. 1 woman 6 months pregnant. And most of the creative layoffs were women??
Company had a restructuring and a co-worker was let go. She had more experience, did more work, and made less money than others in her department who weren’t let go. Her boss (male) made some comments about wanting to be married to her, her appearance etc. all was rebuffed. She was told when let go it was about efficiency but he made the final call on who from the team got cut. I think she should at least consult an employment attorney but she’s worried about losing the severance. How do I help?
If you got a bad first performance review (actually bad, so figure a 1 or 2 out of 5, but no PIP and given the chance to improve, and also told it’s fine because first review), and you’re not getting fired over it, would you put a lot of effort into trying to move firms once you’re able to say you have a year of experience, or would you just try to improve your reputation at the firm you’re already at, since leaving after 1 year isn’t generally ideal?
For those who have been asked or may be asked in the future to sign a Covid-19 release of liability waiver form, see the comments for some articles re: job jeopardy and some legal advice.
Inflation post covid—19 .. thoughts? I am really worried considering the prices from housing to basic needs in major cities are already not affordable for most middle class families.
There are now reports from China that they’ve identified 30 different strains of covid. This effectively renders a one-and-done vaccine unattainable. Moreover, (cont.’d)
Don’t know about when Coronavirus will end but baby boom is definitely coming December 2020/January 2021
Gonna admit upfront I suck at networking, could use some pointers. Chatted with my buddy’s dad who is a senior MD for IB at a bank which has a PE arm. He suggested I send him my CV since we talked about what the pe group does and it seemed interesting to me.
I've transitioning from 40 mg of Vyvanse to 30 mg and it has been roughhh. So many stupid mistakes, so much more emotion...
What's the difference between a sports massage and deep tissue? Have been working out a lot and lifting and not sure which to choose. Or should I go to a chiropractor instead? Female 🐟 here
Got an offer from Deloitte for SC for a few thousand more than what I asked for. I would like a signing bonus, what are some ways to ask for that? PTO & 401k aren’t as great as what I have now.
Interviewing for an SE position and have my final demo in a few weeks. Any trailhead modules I should check out to get more prepared/confident? Thank you in advance!
I hate having a bday around Thanksgiving. Sounds selfish, but it gives people more of an excuse to not show up (but can’t blame them for family). How do other Thanksgiving bday 🐠 celebrate without...
I’ve being on PTO all week, sleeping in, eating crap food and day drinking. I don’t want to adult tomorrow :(
Is it safe to assume I didn’t get the job I interviewed for a week ago? They also posted that they were seeking applicants for the job two days ago.
I’ve had a vacation planned for a year now that would be about 3 months in at my new company. How do I mention this/ask for it off when accepting the offer?
Just started a new job outside of consulting 3 a few weeks ago and I really can’t handle it. The culture is so workaholic, it’s 70-80 hour weeks every week including weekends. What would you do?
Need some insight: if you’re about to leave for a competing firm, should you give 2 weeks notice (and risk being fired/escorted off the premise) or simply quit without giving notice?
I've been stuck in federal my entire career because of my clearance. What's the best way to go commercial and travel more (love the road warrior life)?
Partners, how often do you use outside recruiters? I constantly get recruiters that hit me up saying they work with this partner or that director. Why would you outsource to these folks?