Has anyone out there changed jobs while pregnant? If so, please share any advice or recommendations. I am relatively new to D, and I hate it so much, I don’t think I can stick it out even for the mat leave. I’ve never been this miserable at a job, so I’m actively applying despite being in my 2nd trimester. I’m not sure how / when to tell recruiters that I’m pregnant. Also considering going back to a firm with better WLB that I turned down to see if they might still have me…
How long did it take you to the find the right position? I had an offer but comp wasn’t what I was hoping for (and I have family obligations) so I turned it down though I liked the people and the company. But since then have been living in regret because Im burnt out at work (big law firm) and have been receiving just a few interviews, but nowhere that I feel I really want to work at/worth leaving the current job and salary for. Just wondering how long it took everyone and what’s “good enough.”
Hi! I interviewed for an HRBP position and the interview process lasted 6 weeks. I met with several people within the company. I provided my salary range in my initial interview and it was in range. I was provided a verbal offer and it was at the bottom of my range. I negotiated a sign on bonus and then the hiring manager said they wanted to down grade the position to a AHRBP with the same salary and sign on. The in house Recruiter called last week that the base will now be 15k less. Thoughts?
This is how I handled My 90 days Notice period and it worked for me. Step1: created a naukari account and resume with fake name. Step2: updated naukari as last working day is in a week (every week I update my LWD) Step3: Attend interviews and gain confidence. At first I got rejected in many interviews but I started to clear one by one after preparing previous interview questions. Step4: when I gained confidence, I resigned and started looking for job with real name. And cleared.
I work for a software coding bootcamp called Tech Elevator and am looking for Tech Recruiters to share their expertise with our students through HR mock interviews in late June. Would love to introduce you to some diverse eager Junior Tech talent before they hit the market! Shoot me a DM-happy to chat about this opportunity or others.
Anyone ever made an exception to an unpaid design exercise? Heard time & time again it's a no-go when there's one involved in the interview process, esp when the prompt is related directly to the company's work, but I'm torn. Was told it shouldn't take more than 2 hrs, submit within a week (tomorrow lol) and that the process will move quickly after, but I'm procrastinating bc the prompt is related to one of their features but I like what they do, so 🤔 What would u do? BG: Startup, 1st hire
Hi London 🐠 I am trying to move from Germany and land a job in consulting / startups in London, but having a hard time. I have a Masters from target Uni in Europe mainland, 3+ years of international work experience (US, Asia and Europe) in in-house consulting and currently at a startup. Any insights on what could be the issue? Is it non-traditional route or non-UK degree / exp that’s holding me back to get interviews? Would really appreciate any advise. Thanks 🙏
Applied for a job on last Thursday night and have been refreshing my email every hour to see if I got an interview hahaha. I’m slightly under qualified and the listing was posted over a month ago so not hopeful. I wasn’t even looking for a new job but this opportunity just seems cool enough to quit for, assuming salary is on par. Praying for some good news within the next week or two 🙏🏼
A recruiter asked me for a range before she can move forward with my application despite telling me I don't have a number and am flexible to negotiate with an HR offer. But she is so adamant and wants me to give a range before even having an opportunity for the interview. And will not move forward if I don't give a number. I feel this is so wrong!! How do I talk to her?
Any tips for breaking the ice in an interview?
I've got an interview at Amazon (specifically AWS) for a non-technical position this week. Is AWS as bad as they say it is, even for non-engineers? 😅 Also, I never realized how mediocre AMZ's benefits are...what are some of the reasons (besides RSUs) that would make anyone work there over other tech companies???
I recently gave Capgemini Java B2 Consultant technical interview (java Spring Boot, Functional programming). The interview went well and the interviewer told that HR will contact me. When can I expect a HR round to happen? Please advise.
What type of questions should I expect in an skills-based Product Manager interview? A senior product manager will facilitate the interview, who sits in the Accenture Interactive umbrella
So a direct competitor of my startup reach out to me for an intro call. I scheduled a call for Friday and today I got a message from my CEO & Founder “hey buddy, good luck with your call on Friday with our competitor.” I never told anyone about it, but I did schedule the call on my company’s email address (we are about 30 in total in my startup). How did he know? Does he have access to all his employees calendars?
What this suppose to mean? Got positive feedback from technical interview, after this salary discussion with hr went fine on 30 Mar confirmed will release OL in 10 days. Infosys
Idk what’s going on but the level of unprofessionalism with recruiters has reached a new level, and I’m interviewing at all large truly top firms - J&J, Deloitte, Meta/Facebook, McKinsey, etc. really bad all around
Just some thought for those of you interviewing this morning. Early in my career, I took pride in never not being offered the job I was interviewing for. The older my career got, I realized it’s more of a badge of dishonor. If you’re not asking the hard questions and pushing for what you want out of your career, enough so to push out a few companies along the way, you’re not doing it correctly!
I recently graduated from college and it’s been rejection after rejection. I only had 3 interviews and none of them ended up working out. I don’t know what to do. It’s been around a month of searching and nothing.
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Are internal consulting roles at a prestigious company viewed on the same playing field as traditional consulting roles? (I.e internal consulting at American Express versus consulting at the Big 4)?
PwC: Going Google - yay or nay?
I wish every Sunday could feel like this. When you've just rolled off a project and in the pleasant shade of some beach time
Really curious about this but can you list top 3 hard qualities that make an entry level consultant in the category of "star" at your firm?
Got United to change its website due to my complaints and explanations that they weren't following the posted first class meal service policies. Proud and laughing at myself at the same time 👍🏽😂
When you're at the office past 7 and feel like dinner should just be served to you on a mother f'in golden platter
When your senior goes back and forth on what he wants and not so clear on what he wants so you are just changing your script every 30 minutes. Make up your mind.
http://thecooperreview.com/10-tricks-appear-smart-meetings/ Hilarious and relevant? Or just hilarious?
"Oh hey, I just wanted to let you know now so that you have to time to prepare for your 3 presentations tomorrow and 2 on Friday" lol @ my life
When you just friended your SM on Xbox and you can't decide if that's a good or bad thing for your work-life; but all you can think about is how you're going to kick his ass in Call of Duty.
God I love Friday evening proposal writing
The moment my manager showed me how good she is at brown-nosing clients was the moment I knew I can't do this forever #getmeout
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