My management company is trying to increase my rent by 40% and $800. Which is crazy. For those looking at renting apartments do you find the market to still be negotiable?
What in-house opportunities exist for Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) lawyers?
In my Deloitte usi offer letter, there was no mention of relocation allowance. My offer base location is bangalore, but I dont stay in bangalore and am currently living in my hometown due to wfh.
Am I eligible for relocation allowance and can I ask the HR to include this in offer.?
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PwC is hiring for their DAT (IT audit) and regular audit service line. If anyone is interested please DM me. I will be happy to give you a referral.
what is the best ROI as a fund manager?
I finally sought help today for my depression and anxiety. I can’t believe I waited this long.
Any recommendations for a solid sectional sofa that wont break the bank? Have young children, so want something durable, but cute. TIA!
Has anyone been to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone recently? How was the experience? Planning to take a trip sometime next week
Mindbody (US- based Product Company) is hiring for below position in Pune Location.
All Flexible option available to work from Anywhere. (WFH/WFO/Hybrid)
If anyone need a referral then DM me. Kindly confirm your full name and position you are interested in..
Is the meat shortage real?
What are some questions that you wished you asked in the interview process for going in-house?
I’m looking for a new job, working remotely, that doesn’t require a Bachelor’s. (I’m currently going back to school to get one, as I only have an Associate’s in Mathematics right now)
I had positions in private sector that allowed me to supplement having a degree with experience but not in public sector. I’ve seen coworkers get positions they aren’t able to do simply because they have a degree and then leave a mess for me to clean up but I’m not allowed to have the position. Any suggestions?
Anyone here familiar with the culture and career progression opportunities at AbbVie? Considering a jump from tech and want to make sure that I'm not making the wrong decision. Thank you!
How much salary should I ask
For Associate Infrastructure L1 in Publicis Sapient
I have 1 year of experience
I need some advice! I am a new teacher in a Behavior unit. I have a token Economy in my classroom and a leveled behavior system. Some of my kiddos are not responding to it. They are k-2 students.
What's the best company to join as a Customer Success Manager for a career growth having 2-3 years of experience?
I’ve been significantly stressed out since August and have lost a lot of weight for someone of my size. I love it but people are noticing. How do you stay physically healthy when under duress? I eat!
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My co-worker is so resentful and competitive because I was promoted over her last year which caused a demotion on her end. People in the company still go to her for things that should be for me but she rarely corrects them. Shes still involved in the company too in a way that allows her to know secrets that I should know about but never do. I technically am above her within the company but this is how things are. I just do my job and try to not let it bother me but it does. Any suggestions?
Calling all employment lawyers…please share the following details: base comp, bonus, equity, YOE, private vs public company, industry.
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!
What questions would you like to see asked or answered in a panel on burnout for in-house counsel?
Boss is gaslighting? Just experienced this for the first time - and would love to hear others’ experiences, too. For the past few years, my micromanager boss asked that I send them every draft of every contract to review, no matter how minor. In my performance review, when asked why I wasn’t promoted, they said that a reason was because I need to learn to stop sending them drafts to review! I said that I only did this because they asked for it, and they said they don’t remember saying that!
Has anyone moved from antitrust private practice to a non-antitrust in-house role? If so, what kind of role?
Any one in compliance at an investment bank? What was interview process like? How long is interview process?
Does anyone have any insight into culture at Apple Content Legal (or in-house legal at Apple generally)?
Doing a remote interview tomorrow for an in-house position that I really want. Invite says "[company] is a startup, so a full suit is not necessary! Business casual attire is recommended." Like I said, I really want this job, and the idea of not wearing a suit is just weird to me
Should I still wear the suit or would it be counter productive?
What areas of legal experience are most helpful to working in-house? Are there particular areas of law you’ve encountered that you wish you knew more about for your role?
For Google, can you basically only get in with a reference? Should you write up a cover letter with your application? Its optional and my understanding is that companies don’t have time to read it anyway. Currently an lower level counsel at FAANG.
I am 7 years out in a transactional practice (real estate) and have an opportunity to move in house at a regionally respected company from a midsize firm. I have WFH flexibility at my current firm but bill about 1850-1900 per year. It would be about a 25% paycut. I have also been offered partnership starting in 2022 if I stay - not entirely clear what that long term structure looks like (would have to develop a partially independent book in next 3-5 years). Am I crazy if I leave?
I’m a second year debt finance associate. What kind of in house opportunities should I look into? Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
I interviewed with a big pharma company last week. They said 2 more rounds of interviews with offers in early to mid April so I assumed things were moving quick. Im coming from small firm, not in-house. If I haven’t heard from them by the end of the week is it safe to assume I didn’t make it to round 2? Or does in-house always move slowly?
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