Anyone from McK solutions here? Best silo to be in (build, partner, buy)? How is your performance measured? Exit ops?
I have a decent profile, just in need of a referral for Analyst position (l have the job IDs).
Looking to apply to a Product Manager role in on the client side, but only have two years versus the three required. Having done consulting, can I have this requirement “waived”?
Hey fishes! Anyone working at Meta who’s open to giving me a referral?:) would really appreciate it!
Looking to switch to working in house for a company that has a legal real estate position opening. Located in LA, would prefer remote or hybrid.
Thoughts of taking a position at a small firm who practices Applicant side WC...good/bad time to take this position?
I'm working in Mirafra currently, they hired me and they told me I will get client soon and salary, from last 6 months I'm still waiting for client.
I have knowledge in System Verilog and UVM. I worked on accelerated VIPs.
Looking for a job change.
If anyone have openings, please give me a chance.
Hey Y’all My name is Michelle. I currently reside in Berryton Kansas. I have been self employed in healthcare agency work as well as leadership building operator/LTC/Rehab/ALF/Whole food nutrition marketing/sales. Minimal experience in the IT digital marketing and social media But I can learn, I’m out going No issues with positive conversations or redirecting Long history of increasing census rapidly/stabilizing, conducting building site visits etc….Remote/Relocation considered WHOS HIRING???
Considering a role at a 10 person company in NYC that’s offering 110k. I’m coming from 2 YOE and have normally been targeting at least 130K in hcol markets, but the role seems very cool. What makes taking a lower pay worth it?
Hey all, new to this bowl. Currently a Tech Recruiter and eventually want to make the transition into a HRBP or HR Generalist role. Would love to hear from anyone who started in recruiting then transitioned into another area of HR. Have been thinking of either working on PHR certification or MBA with focus in HR mgt. Thanks!
Looking for referral in any opportunity
Roles preferred - Machine Learning Engineer,Data Scientist, Deep learning Engineer
Skillset - Python, sql, no sql, machine learning, deep learning, nlp, computer vision, docker, git, aws, sagemaker, azure, django, nginx
Yoe - 2+
NP - 60 days (negotiable to 30days)
Location - Pune/Mumbai/Hyderabad/Bengaluru.
Any help would be appreciated.
Can anyone give me a referral for a private equity analyst position? Thanks. Blackstone JPMorgan Chase Goldman Sachs
FCB NY is having a summer internship program, beginning June 1st. Can we expect other agencies in NYC to start hiring then? People who live in NYC, when do you expect things to return to normal?
Hi guys, i am working as as Assistant manager in operations have total 10 YOE Looking for position of a manager now. Can anyone help? Current CTC is 8.5 LPA.
Getting intrigued by corp dev.. how common is corp dev as an exit from MBB, vs corporate strategy? And how are corp dev teams / folks viewed internally by PnL owners within F500 companies vs corp strategy folk (ie I’ve heard the latter are sometimes viewed as PPT makers with limited impact which impacts exits out of corp strategy)?
So I had an interview for a supervisor role in healthcare operations. The director that i interviewed with was a YT male. So after me telling him about myself his next statement was that this role is one that will open doors to other higher leadership positions and I don’t want someone who just wants to be a boss so why do you want to be a leader. So I explained that I like to help people and that I am result driven and that the impact my manager had on me influence me to pursue leadership
Hey! Currently a CT Tech for <1 year and Xray for >5 years. Considering taking on a role in IR. Any suggestions before moving forward and is there’s significant change in pay? And is the pay/work load worth it? Thanks in advance!
Any companies hiring for Director level+ in Information Security / GRC? I have 8+ YOE - a mix of Big 4, smaller advisory/consulting firm, and industry experience. Industry has been focused on FinTech/Startup space, but focused on mid-size/larger clients when at the Big 4 & smaller advisory/consulting firm.
EY OTS recruiter has reached out. Growth trajectory sounds appealing but I couldn't find any previous posts for comp at SM/D level (what's the level before partner)? What's a typical all-in range?
How much is FU money for you?
How is SAP practice in LTI... Do we have ample implementation projects?
Will the learning be good and how about firm culture , onsite opportunities?
What is the general consensus on online I/O psychology programs? I’m looking to pivot into HC consulting and am strongly considering USC’s online MAPP or Harvard Extension School’s I/O Psychology graduate program.
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For anyone who was laid off, recently got laid off, or just feeling hollow and empty inside cause life seems to be in the shitters...things will get better. Reach out on here or DM me if you ever feel like the demons are too much to handle.
Hi Fishes , any one has reference from Atlasian ? i would like to apply for some opening.
I have 2 offers in hand with same fixed i.e. 13.5
My YOE is 3.8 years. Can you please suggest the better among 2 ?
Curious of non clinical salary in the dental field. I work in not quite ‘high end’ dental as insurance specialist. I am also front desk manager (tho not office manager). I was hired to do insurance and in the 2 months since I started I have been given a dozen more responsibilities. Insurance verification, front desk, answering phones, taking payments, training, all IT work (which I’m not even good at but I’m the only person under 50 in the office so it falls on me)
Can someone please specify what the most common tech exit opportunities are from management consulting? I’m in a specific industry (construction) but I’d imagine tech exit opps are roughly the same for all consultants?
I’m looking for some advice on the best companies to apply to as an AE/ Account Manager new to the North American market! The majority of the positions that I have previously worked are combined closer and customer service positions, completing end-to-end sales including the hunt, the close and the retention process!
My experience is in the FMCG sector, Real Estate and hospitality. I am interested in positions in the tech industry and would appreciate any referrals to companies.
Has anyone here worked for Mercer in a non-consultant/client-facing role, specifically in the Chicago office, and can share their experience (Did you like it? How was the work environment, etc)?
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Hi what’s the method of working for clients at PwC India example if i am a tester and given a task to complete does that mean i need to complete it specifically at a day ? Is it hard and fast rule and is the case same for both indian as well as offshore clients ?just wanted to check if clients are really strict here ?PwC India
Any opinions on going in house for a customer that’s a law firm? Haven’t had any involvement with law firm implementations so curious to hear thoughts here.
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Currently shopping around for a new HRIS system. I have 3 different EIN's under the same company approximately 450 employees. Any suggestions?
Has anyone purchased of the HRCIs untimed or timed exams for the PHR or SPHR? Did you find the practice exam helpful and the questions similar to what you saw on the test?
I’m considering going back to school for a PhD is Organizational Leadership. I currently have a Masters in Psych. I’m wondering if it will be useful and if anyone has any advice about potential job market. Basically- wondering if with it? Does anyone have any inside scoop? Thank you!
I am hiring for Account Managers in tech sales. Was told not to progress anyone with a heavy accent as it’s hard for our older white customers to understand…
Question for those that are familiar with how severance pay works. I received a package a while back and was paid bi-weekly severance. The payments ended a few months ago but just the other day I had a severance deposit. Curious if it’s possible to get additional payment at this point or does this look like a mistake? I know the logical answer might be to just call but I’ll be honest in that I am still looking for a job and this would definitely help me. Thanks for your advice!
I’m completing my Executive Master of Healthcare Administration Program next month and am currently a Recruiting Specialist with a healthcare organization. With over eight years of leadership experience, what avenues can I take to progress to the next level in my career?
If a candidate went through the first offenders program and the charges were discharged without court adjudication of guilty and exonerated, will said charges show up in an employer fingerprinting background check?
Looking to finally go get my SPHR having the PHR for the past 6 years. Still value and pursuing and obtaining?
Is a HRPB higher than an HR manager ?
Thoughts on PHR/SPHR/SHRM-CP certs? I have approximately 9 years of HR exp and my bachelors and MBA. Been debating on whether or not I need to fulfill my urge to get a certification. Wanted to get some thoughts around whether you have a similar background and opted to or opted to not get their certification? Thanks!
What is an expected salary for a Sr recruiter with 5+ YOE? The company is located in the Bay Area but I’m located in Michigan. Thank you!
College hr specialist salary?
no one. we dont have anyone in those situations. if you cant deal, leave.
i see ppl suggesting the CEO...... umm, lmao.
I figured as much. And our CEO isn’t exactly approachable anyway. Just makes me sad to love the environment and work itself, the employees and people I work with throughout the rest of the org, my flexibility, etc, and have one bad leader ruining it.
Yes have had the experience in previous org and my friend also had an experience. Hard to deal
The CEO or the person that was in charge of hiring them. Who do they report to?
CEO. Not exactly the most accessible or approachable person, and she’s likely retiring in next couple years but no set timeline. None of us are sure if the CEO has any awareness of problems since we all keep things running smoothly and other leaders in the org come to us vs the VP. I’m not a point yet where I’d attempt approaching the CEO (and be prepared to leave if changes didn’t happen), but the struggle is real at this point. I loved my job previously and still love so many aspects of my job (paid very well after recent comp analysis, flexible schedule, etc) but it’s stressful to know you can’t trust your boss and don’t have anyone to learn from or ability to develop new skills. Hate feeling stuck and losing the good people I could rely on for so much.
What a challenging circumstance you're in. I hope this issue is resolved as soon as possible because the incompetence is starting to have a negative effect in your department.
Your leadership is most likely aware of the change and the new person is framing it as “positive attrition”. Attempts to go above his head will not work out well, for you. Either keep your head down, do your job, and draw a paycheck… or find a new job opportunity.
Happened in our team.
Our leadership changed overnight and the new VP was incompetent and really difficult to deal with.
80% of our team left within the next 2 years, and our Manager couldn’t stop raving about how it’s a good thing. And how they can now build the team from the ground up.
No one wants to hear that the VP is a moron who can’t do their job.
I waited for 2 solid years hoping things would change.
They didn’t. My sole regret is not moving out sooner.
Yikes this sounds so frustrating to deal with. There's nothing worse than having to listen and report to someone who clearly has no idea what they're doing. If people are beginning to jump ship, I think your options are confront your VP about it, potentially with documentation or as a team so that it feels more like a conversation and less like an attack. Otherwise, it's time to get the CEO involved. Unless you can effectively work and run things around this person (which it sounds like you can't) I wouldn't wait any longer. You're just wasting time you could spend either trying to fix your current situation or finding a better one.
Definitely depends on the organization. If you look at your org chart, who does HR roll up to? In my case, the COO is ultimately responsible for the HR department. If it were a truly DIRE situation, I’d go to him because he’s approachable. Again, really depends because each company is different.
Ohh. That would be a difficult situation. It might even start an internal conflict.
Like said VP hiring a friend for a generalist role, then promoting them to an associate role in 8 months, and none of us being able to trust the person? Yeah. It’s a disservice to them and the already existing team.