After busting my behind for years, I am finally in a position to retire and live modestly. Problem is, I dont know what I would do with myself. I get depressed if I dont have responsibility and tasks and my ego is tied to being sucessful at my job. I rack my brain asking 'what do you want to do' and come up with no answers. My partner would still work. I know, 1st world problems, but anyone else at this point in their life?
Any recs for a good dinner:drinks spot that’s open? Solid happy hour menu appreciated too, just two of us but we’re celebrating so 🥂
PwC international tax practice: can someone tell me which cities does PwC have international tax practice ?
I feel crazy because I don’t want to be overworked and everyone in my department just considers it the norm work late everyday
Work in tech/ecvc biglaw in LA, currently a midlevel, and hating LA (SoCal). Have a young family and am sole breadwinner. OK staying in biglaw long term. Havent travelled in the US too much but want to leave SoCal (tired of homeless, traffic, real estate prices, heat, car culture, and not that family friendly)? Any recommendations for where to move to that has career prospects, some tech scene, family friendly, and nice to live? We are lookoing Austin, Boston, Seattle (havent visited any yet).
Fellow UX/UI or product designers, I’m the lead designer for my product (my title is currently senior ux/ui designer) and I am looking to start managing 1-2 other designers for my product. What title would you consider appropriate for this role? I’ve seen a lot of crossover from “lead ux designer”, “ux manager” and others but I’m not sure what is the most common for such a small team. And also any salary inputs for this role would be helpful. Thanks!
Given the challenge of gender equality for clients and firms, how do you personally plan to change this for both your industry and those of your clients? Do you see this as a priority?
Can someone please explain the title/post in Deloitte USI and Hashedin? As we don't have analyst or consultant in Hashedin, they have Software Developer 1 or 2. It would be great if you can provide some idea on comparison.
If there is nothing written in JD about years of work experience then is it means that a fresher having less than one year can also apply?
Job id is 210366536.
Please someone from JPMC check with it and let me know.
WSB will be back with vengeance 🔥🔥🔥
Do we need to mandatorily submit the rental agreement, rental proofs and landlord's PAN to claim HRA for any amount?
Please help me with your suggestions. Thanks in advance 😊
How often do you all feel like you regret being a parent? 1 kid was golden but after the 2nd I feel it way too often. Just trying to seek some solidarity, she if it’s normal to feel it as often as I do, etc. She’s 1 yr old & older is 3.5.
I can't tell if he knows, or if he oblivious
For my fellow swe who like memes HAHA
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What KPIs do you give upper management to set hiring expectations for senior tech talent? What tools do you use to calculate/track applicants vs recruiters screens and submissions vs HM interviews which lead to offers?
I am looking for Full time Entry level hr opportunities remote or onsite in Illinois, Chicago.If anyone is hiring please let me know.
I am working on a contract basis for the time being.
For those that passed the SHRM-CP/SCP - how did you prepare to pass? How long did you study for- did you take any prep classes etc. How did you decide CP vs SCP
I know titles are an issue in all industries... but can anyone help me understand the difference between the functions of HR Administrator, HR Coordinator, and HR Assistant?
how are you all feeling about an org that is saying absolutely nothing about everything going on in the world. nothing about mental health awareness month, nothing about rowe v wade, nothing about inflation, etc but we are in the HR/Recruiting consulting realm and our clients are even asking us for guidance on these conversations . (yes, myself and others have also asked) I have been looking and interviewing elsewhere but looking on how you are all navigating having healthy conversations!
Is anyone familiar with non-profit HR? I sit on a non-profit board and lend my HR expertise to them. Our executive director is leaving and other board members want to pay a “leaving bonus” as a thank you for her hard work and say it’s common in non-profit realm. I have researched and see a lot of retention bonuses but unsure why we’d give someone a bonus on their way out and don’t want to set a precedent for doing this. Any insight is appreciated.
I had a company offer me a position under the original range and after I’ve turned down the role multiple times they have come back with an offer with a better title and $30k more. This huge shift put a bad taste in my mouth, but wasn’t sure if I was begin too critical because I wouldn’t operate that way as a recruiter.
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
I’m an HR Mgr, and need help approaching my HRC about her demeanor at work. She lost her father last fall, and since returning to work, she’s become incredibly delicate. Often cries at work, staff are hesitant to approach her; it’s like walking on eggshells constantly with her. She does her job well, she takes directions well, but there is no real initiative with projects/tasks and I NEED a strong no.2 - I feel like I’m constantly coaching her and trying to support her, but I’m tired 😣
recently we were acquired by a public company. The husband and wife who started the company gave their daughter a pay raise and a huge jump in her job title. She has minimal experience and is very under qualified for her job. Many employees are very upset about her sudden promotion with lack of experience and are coming to me upset. They also gave her full admin capability in our HRIS system with access to PII and confidential information, she is not in HR and no other directors have
I found a new job (huzzah!) and turned in my 2 weeks notice yesterday. But I started feeling crummy last night and went to the doctor for a COVID test today. Lab results already came back positive. So now I feel super guilty about basically calling in sick to my last two weeks of work...should I try and push out my start date to help out current employer? Feel like current supervisor is going to throw a hissy fit.
Looking to finally go get my SPHR having the PHR for the past 6 years. Still value and pursuing and obtaining?
Hello, what benefits do you think are most beneficial to employees excluding pay, health and education.
I am looking to make a career change to HR. I currently make 75K as a sales and development coach. I had a recent offer for a state government position in a talent acquisition role but I’d be taking a $25K pay cut. I am extremely over qualified for the position but it could possibly be a stepping stone and gives me the time to acquire SHRM certifications and possibly start taking classes to get my MBA. My question is those currently in an HR role, would this move make sense to you?
Hi fishes, I need some career advice. I have an MBA in HRM And I am currently working in L&D however over the past year I have been trying to get into Analytics just because I thought it will fit more with my lifestyle (I need a job that can be done remotely and not much communication because of timezones differences) however my husband and I keep noticing that HR is my passion but I already feel too invested in Analytics. I don’t know what to do, I would like to combine HR&tech but I need sugge
I’m looking to carve out my career in HR. I have 2 years in a dedicated HR Coordinator role (essentially with Generalist duties) and 5+ years in senior level hospitality management. I’m interested in getting my PHR or getting a certificate in data analytics with business/HR focus. Thoughts on next steps?
What would you title this role?
-Support organization of 120 alongside Director of HR (just two of us focused on HR).
-Head up ALL recruiting efforts and full candidate lifecycle from entry to offer (besides handling offer/comp discussions).
-Run ALL onboarding for hires and serve as onboard coordinator for employees and their new projects/clients requirements
-Responsible for accuracy and overview of two main HR systems including data management and workflows around all HR efforts.
Hello! I am an HR Coordinator at a nonprofit in Michigan! We are a growing company and I want to suggest to my boss and other higher ups within the company we create a employee morale committee. How would one go about creating a case for that? Like in my mind a group of people from the company would get together a few times a month and create fun things for our employees. Also maybe even create diversity and inclusion things as well. Thank you for any advice.
I recently got laid off and am really grateful to have received a job offer pretty quickly. It’s for an outsourced HR company where I would be HR/Payroll Manager for about 10 small to mid-size clients. Curious people’s thoughts on if this would be a step back career wise? I worry not working for a dedicated company could hurt my resume. My job titles before this were HR Business Partner, Recruiting Operations Lead and HR Specialist.
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