Any custom clothier recommendations in SD? Haven’t worn a suit since 2019 and would like to get a new one. I moved here from another city and would like to find someone local. Any recommendations? Also thinking about using Indochino, but their reviews or so hit / miss, it makes me nervous. Anyone have any good results to share from the SD showroom? Thanks
How do people balance living for today and being responsible enough to prepare for the future? I’m 40 and have been really concerned that I’m not living life enough. Just doing the things that make you happy whether it be experiences or material things. My biggest fear is retiring early or whenever and being too old to enjoy it or having less time to enjoy it. Just seems like so many people are getting sick or even worst dying much sooner than expected.
I'd like admin to remember how much weight some of us are carrying right now. The fear! The worry! The responsibility!
Has any one went from reinsurance back to insurance? The money is great and all but the W/L balance isn’t. Has anyone else felt the same?
Hello everyone, I work with GM as Production Group Leader/ Production Supervisor. I am looking to switch. I have masters in manufacturing engineering. With my profile which roles I should be aiming at ?
I’m torn. I have a chance after 10 years to finally get in a district, but as a para. I was thinking it would be a good foot in the door to be promoted later on. Is that true. I also have an offer for a lead prek teacher at a daycare center. Idk what to do. 😩
You CAN be that leader that people want to work with. 1st, self assessment is required. Be honest: As a leader,have you engaged in/accepted Attribution Bias with a dash of gender &/or race bias? (See the pic) This is something we all need to be aware of as we lead our teams, provide performance feedback, & model the behaviors we'd like to see more of on our teams. Be on the lookout for Attribution Bias in yourself & on your team. It's a hindrance to creating a high-performing, inclusive culture.
I joined 2 months back.
A new team was created soon with all new joiners.
It turned out that, no one underatands or knows anything about the tech stack for which they were hired(god knows how they cleared interview)!! Now i'm the only one doing all teams work !!
Wlb has gone to hell !!
What can i do?
Any Crowd favorite Currency conversion apps?
I don't often have unruly parents. But if I ever do I try to deal with the the parents respectfully, though sometimes this can be very hard to do.
I want to inform you all that with your help I was able to clear the Hirevue round of Deloitte New Grad position 2023 and now just final interview remains. Thank you guys, you made it possible.
The role is technical strategy which I guess comes under SAP so the SAP team will be taking the interview for Toronto location.
The interview will have 30 minutes behavioural interview questions and 30 minutes case study.
I’m looking for tips now guys. I really want to clear it. Please guys.
Anyone could you share with me a figure that show in a glance why my client should link KPI and media earned, to pay us? (and ultimately how much pourcentage he should pay us)
Hello partner’s. How much would you estimate your net worth to be when you retire? If you have a target goal, what is it?
Has anyone experienced Chondromalacia patella? And if so, what helped you heal? My knee pain is becoming severe and I’m beginning to miss my normal workout routine.
How do you find time to mentor junior level staffs like analyst? What are aspect of a mentee you look for? What makes you decide that you want to be this person’s advocate?
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I’m struggling with corns/calluses on my left foot - they hurt because of all the heels too. Any one have any good ideas ?
Anyone know if your company is looking to hire a coach to support your management team, leaders, or executives. If so I'd love to hear more about it. Some companies go all in and other have never thought of coaching to support their employees, so I'd love to hear what you're seeing!
Every time I have been discouraged in my career, it’s been by a fellow woman. A professor told me that I wasn’t “strong enough” to be in my career path, multiple female managers have bullied me, and when seeking a sponsor for career growth, my women leaders were the voices telling me I wasn’t ready or was too different. However I can think of plenty of men that have endorsed me. Is this a common experience among female professionals/leaders on their way up or was my experience anomalous?
I have a brand new person on my team- she is totally new to the field, has recently returned to the workforce (solo mom of 3 teens), is very smart. I knew when I hired her that I’d have to lean in to get her to where she needed to be. She has a ton of potential but lacks experience in a professional setting. I need to help her level up her written communication skills. Any suggestions on books, resources, strategies? She is learning by doing and takes feedback but I want more supports for her.
When does the “oh she’s strong she can handle it” go too far? I’ve been noticing peers delivering things that are complete crap and our lead calmly/nicely suggests changes, no timeline to turn back around. ME?? I have been & would be directly and harshly told what all is wrong and to figure it out ASAP. I know im a tough cookie and can handle it but damn…it’s frustrating to see and know if that were me the reaction would be much different. I’m not being dramatic…other people see it too.
please. help me. i feel like crying everyday. i can never seem to get myself out of my email. and everything is important since some pieces are regulatory. how do i get organized?? i’m getting like 200 a day. i’ve never experienced this but this new job is pure insanity.
How do I find a seasoned professional female mentor? I’m almost 30 and I just feel like I need some help with career direction into leadership roles and advice on self growth.
I am applying to a full time position at the company where I am a contractor. Do you submit a cover letter? I was always recruited before so not sure what is expected nowadays. Also any tips what to include in CL?
Hi, anyone here experience hair loss? I've been losing hair since I went to college so it's been 8yrs or so and Its getting to a point now where it's noticeable. What type of doc do I see? Has anyone been successful in growing hair back?
Are SCRUM master certs worth it?
How did you go about finding a mentor? I am 25 and would love to have a mentor at this point in my life and career but don’t know when to start.
My firm has not announced any raises yet even though the market has gone up (A LOT) and firms in the area all have done so. I’ve decided to demand a raise to the compensation committee. But struggling to come with a number. I’m class of 2014 but have gone on four maternity leaves 😂. Any suggestions????
I’m in a smaller city (not CA/NYC/DC etc) and at a pretty big regional firm.
Negotiation advice - I’m interviewing for a marketing position internally (no direct reports). I’m currently a sales applications manager (10 direct reports). This is considered a lateral move at my company. Because of my sales role, comp is broken up between base and commission target. The marketing position is mostly base with an annual bonus. Here’s my “dilemma” - my total comp right now exceeds the top of the salary range for the marketing position. (Continued below)
Doing some part time consulting work at a mental health start up and recently found out my contracting rate is almost 50% under market value. Any tips for renegotiating my contract rate?
Looking for new opportunities, consulting is burning the candle at both ends of the wick right now, and I’m looking to grow my career in a more sustainable way
A bit about me:
- 3 yoe in consulting, focus on business ops & supply chain
- degree in Supply Chain Management and Information Systems
- located in NYC, open to remote
- open trying something new
- quick learner, organized, loves process improvement
- ideal environment: supportive team, adequate onboarding time, good wlb
#lessonslearned - this is not man/woman stuff - just choosing to share with my female peeps: take care who you confide in - your trust may turn into the rope they use to hang you with
I am interviewing for a Manager of Operations role for a marketing company in the pharmaceutical industry. The company size is about 160 people and they were recently acquired by a larger company. I have about 3 years of operations management experience. I am wondering what a good salary range would be for a position like this? It’s a bit out of my usual sector (I work in the health sector- predominantly hospitals) and I don’t have a point of reference for salary range. Thank you!!
Hello, I'm new here, I want to see opinions. Several days ago I was contacted by a hospital recruiter here in FL. The position is patient financial rep. When I am in the interview, the salary part arrives. She asked me how much i earned at my current job and I innocently told her. I made a serious mistake, she only offered me 75 cents more than i made an hour at my current job which is temporary. My interview with the managers is this Wed. Do you think I should negotiate?
I work in a director position that calls for a significant amount of work that can be done effectively (& efficiently) in a remote setting. I’ll be returning to work following maternity leave and have proposed a hybrid schedule of 3 in-person and 2 remote days each week with flexibility to increase my in-person days as needed. The response from my supervisor was that we’ll need to ‘manage any remote work to maximize on site time’. Any suggestions on how to approach this with him?
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