My leadership of a startup in California is very anti-COVID restrictions and has recently said that they want to force employees to come into the office, no exceptions, even though our County is still in the highest restriction level. None of our roles require anyone to be in the office to complete their responsibilities. They also don't want to follow guidelines (like masks), but I think they'd be willing to somewhat if they were forcing people in. Anyone have advice here and how you are supporting leadership through this? I don't know of any fines related to bucking the restrictions. I do know about the mandatory reporting implemented by Gov. Newsom, but that's extent of it. How are you handling this at your company?
About to discuss offer for a secondment abroad. Is there usually room for comp negotiation on these assignments?
Anyone familiar with strategy & analytics at REITs? Recruiter reached about a manager role for ~150k base + 30% bonus, but wondering about the long term career prospects. Any insights appreciated!
ERP implementer, wanna be solution architect. Have 5 years exp. & am pretty damn good. Is there a point to MIS aside from the enjoyment/intellectual curiosity? Saving MBA for later/if need to pivot.
Glad not part of D and the toxic culture anymore. High performer laid off 60 days ago for no reason of mine and ready for next opportunity. Good luck everyone at D
Can someone give the salary raise percentages from analyst to sr analyst, sr analyst to consultant, consultant to manager, and manager to senior manager?
Hi, I am currently a tax associate. I am interested in tax tech, but I was wondering the exit opportunities in tax tech? Is tax tech a dead end? Would regular tax compliance provide more opportunities?
Another year without a raise. This time I was told that the industry is in a tough place and that the agency isn’t giving out raises. So if anyone is looking for an Art Director I’m for hire 🙋🏻♀️
Anyone hiring senior account directors in NYC? I was part of the recent layoffs, and I want to view this as a positive opportunity, but I’m not hearing about many available roles.
Has anyone ever had USCIS reschedule a green card interview with them? How long did it take to get a second notice in the mail for rescheduling?
How much $$ are you able to save each month, if you live in a high-CoL city (i.e., NYC, SF, LA)? Travel v non-travel