I just recently promoted to HR assistant manager. I have my PHR and working towards my SPHR. I am the lowest paid employee in the depth. We have a senior specialist and a general specialist both make more than I do. They have been employed longer with the company. What is your advice on this issue?
Is the SPHR or PHR license necessary to pivot into human capital? I have a MBA from a Top 15 school. Any thoughts?
If wanting to move up in the HR Realm, which would be the better certificate? PHR or SHRM?
I am wanting to advance in Talent Acquisition and program management. I am looking for insight as to which would be the better path.
Hi All, I’m thinking about getting certified in change management but not sure if I should go the Prosci route or CCMP route. CCMP is a lot cheaper compared to Prosci but would it measure up just the same?
I guess it would be similar to the discussion of the SHRM-SCP vs SPHR.
I’m currently working with a senior level HR candidate. This individual has a doctorate in business with a focus in HR, her SPHR, Federal, and private sector experience at the singer level, and has a fabulous personality. I’m curious is anyone else having difficulties play some candidates like this? At this point I’m starting to think it’s racial or her sex based of the lack of interest in this candidate. Any thoughts?
Going to shrm next week and looks like they've needed up their tech expo/enterprise solutions component. Going to leave company names/summaries here. Is anyone else going?
Curious what market rate would be for my role: Head of HR for a tech start up, nationwide/remote company based out of Pittsburgh. I’m the first HR and run everything except payroll. Responsible for building comp program.career pathing, emerging leaders program, performance program, all recruiting/onboarding, L&D, etc. Thecompany is scaling and high growth. I have SPHR-SCP and 15 years experience in corporate and small companies. Currently at $102K base + 20% incentive. Seems low to me, thoughts?
I have been working with a company for about 6 years as a Recruiter but I don’t feel I’m gaining the best recruiting experience due to so many limitations our company has. I’ve had to teach myself Boolean searching to be more active in recruiting. I have not had the luxury of someone to truly mentor me into a Recruiter so I’m trying to find any way I can learn and be more employable. Any advice? I’ve obtained my SHRM-CP, CIR and am in the process of a the PRC. What else can I utilize or do? Thx!
First time poster here!
After spending 4 years as a mid-level ops manager, I tried to break into HR through talent acquisition. Now after 6 years in TA, I've had a hard time getting out of it. My goal was always to get into a more broad HRBP position, but I've since worked for smaller orgs without a solid HR career path. When I ask about my career goals, they keep telling me, "Soon!" Or "Maybe in 6 months!"
I'm testing SPHR in June. Any advice for securing the type of role I'm aiming for?
I signed up for the SHRM CP exam. Anyone have fairly recent materials they’d be open to selling or sharing? Would love to not pay 700-1000 on access to the learning portal or a class. With my masters, I can’t get EY to cover the certification but it’s something I wanted to do this year.
I’m in Deloitte human capital and want to eventually (but sooner rather than later) move to industry doing internal talent/people stuff. My coach recommended getting SPHR or equivalent. Thoughts?
Looking to transition into an HR leadership position. 17+ years experience in running a startup managing 50-100 people (15 years) and handled all facets of hiring, firing, compensation, negotiation, training and employee relations. Responsibilities also include other non HR functions such as business dev., client relations and expansion, logistics. Currently studying for the SPHR and plan to take the GPHR as well. Thoughts on difficulty of moving into an HR leadership role?
Looking for salaries for an HR Director level in the Philly area. 15 years experience, SPHR and a masters in HR Development.
HR/human capital/PAS consultant 🐠: If I have a Masters degree in HR and 2 years experience, is it worth it to get the aPHR or SHRM-CP? Or is the Masters degree enough? Should I wait for SPHR/SHRM-SCP
So, a recruiter gave me feedback that my lack SPHR or SHRM-SCP is causing my resume to be knock out by AI and human recruiters despite my position and work history in Multinationals and being in Technology. They suggested that we put SPHR ( Lapsed). I let it lapse in 2017. What is your opinion? Plus if I were to take another certification - should I take SPHR or SHRM-SCP?
Curious what comp range you would expect for someone with 6 YOE in HR. Current title of Director with growth potential to exec team as first CHRO. About 150 employees at multiple locations. manages 2 employees right now, looking to add a third. At Director level 2.5 years before that was generalist. Located in Indiana and the organization is manufacturing. Bachelors degree and shrm certification.
After nearly 20 years in the military serving in T&E and HR roles, I’m considering moving on and have been conducting lots of research into consulting. BS, MA, and SPHR cert - no MBA. I’m looking for suggestions or advise about transitioning. DC Metro area is likely landing spot.
Posting on my wife’s behalf - We recently moved to the US and she is currently looking for a good role in HR consulting. She has previously worked with KPMG, McKinsey, Korn Ferry and WTW in Talent and Org. consulting practices in India for about 12 years. She also recently cleared her SPHR certification. It will be a great help if anyone can refer or aware of any job openings in NYC area. Thanks!
What is status of Bench in Deloitte? Asked manager for a release he said that the condition is worse on bench .. and that they cannot give release 😑
Any recommendations for HSA investments mutual funds in Payflex? Also, are there trading fees?
Good evening! I am exploring the idea of relocating to Chicago within the next year. Looking to work at an agency or PR firm. I would love to start developing some relationships there. Any suggestions on networking groups?
A friend is looking at getting the cybex brilio (sp?) stroller, but wants a different car seat. Any opinions on the stroller? or how it connects to different car seats? Thanks!
Hi! I just had an interview at a plaintiff firm that stressed being entrepreneurial but as an associate there is no expectation that you bring in clients. What does this mean? Like come up with potential case ideas and present them to the partners?
Anyone from Deloitte’s Oracle group, how are you feeling working there? How is the work life balance and pay?
Hello, I am a recent graduate and I am looking for entry level roles in data engineering or data analytics. I have done some coursework in data analytics but no work experience. It’s hard finding a job or even getting interviews. Any advice for me or help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Question of curiosity: if you were part of a team that came up with a campaign concept but left the agency prior to the campaign going live, are you still on the credits? And can you still put it in your book?
don’t know if it’s just me but consultants who are alwaaaayysss talking about their “brand” are so annoying... if you have to talk about it you’re definitely not doing it right
Cleared both my round of interview. YOE 13. BSS stack. How much can I ask for in HR round?
Looking for a Senior HRBP or a HR Manager role in Orlando, Florida. Over 14 years in HR, have a MSM degree, great skills and qualifications. Speak English and Spanish fluently. Knowledge of all major HR functions. Great attitude and excellent customer service skills. Can work independently or as part of a team.
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Hi all, as a Talent Acquisition Partner that is looking to start expending my Professional￼ education, would you recommend pursuing SHRM-CP certification?
I am interested in getting my SHRM-CP certification this year and I was wondering which study methods and materials worked best for those of you who passed the exam. Also, what are your roles in HR?!
What types of “time off”do you track? Curious to know what others do if someone has jury duty or has to deal with something out of their control (losing power due to weather). I have some employees who needed time off for the hurricane last week. Thanks in advance!
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I am looking for a personality assessment to match our current call center employees to our current call center managers to optimize employee-manager relations, production, and decrease turnover. Does anyone have any recommendations for this type of process and assessment?
Any suggestions for continuing to sharpen my skills as a recruiter when there's no TA manager and no "mentorship" in the company? I'm a 1-man recruiting team and the rest of the HR team is not as knowledgeable in the scope of recruiting.
Can you share one tradition that you have brought or started at your work that has boosted employee moral and engagement? Something that is like an ongoing monthly tradition.
lam a rookie here with no idea how this is gonna work,but here it goes.
lam currently with Cognizant taking care of End - End HR operations for UK and Ireland and am looking out for new opportunities with better compensation(current CTC: 3lakhs)
Current designation: Senior Coordinator - HR
Total Exp: 2yrs & 5months
Current Role: Payroll,Compensation,Benchmarking, Absence Management, Induction/Assimilation, Mergers & Acquisition (TUPE) andSeperations(+redundancy)
Cheers & Thanks!!
Looking for FLSA expertise. Are your Business Development Representatives (BDR’s) and/or Inside Sales teams exempt or non-exempt? This role has been exempt everywhere I’ve worked but seems that FLSA says otherwise. Thanks in advance!
I am working on creating a new recognition program for our TA team specifically. We are looking to celebrate creative things other than just birthdays and anniversaries. What are some of your teams celebrating?
I have 2 years of sales experience but am looking to make a career change into HR? Any tips of how to standout on my resume or any general advice? Thanks!
Hello! Trying to get an idea of what most US companies are doing in terms of contract tracing. Many of us are returning to the office in the spring. Are large corporations still contract tracing? Specifically within the financial services industry?
I want to get my masters in HR, but I also want to get my phr.. is it better to get one over the other? Or should I do both. Are there any masters hr program someone can recommend?
Any HR member or Fishbowler that can speak about the hiring process for Morgan Stanley? Would love to pick your brain! TIA!
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