Is it just me or my fellow Punjabi’s are missing visiting Gurdwara too, to pay respect and see fellow punjabis?
Is anyone here an underwriter for Intact Insurance in Canada?
Please share your experience with the company. Positives and negatives about work environment, management, work life balance, etc.
Currently debating if I should accept an offer from Intact or a higher paying position at another company.
I have been offered Grade C2 for IT Analyst position in Tcs.
What does grade C2 mean here? Can someone please explain?
Have a problem
My earlier DOJ was recorded 4th april by mistake in TCS but my lwd is 8th April.
I was trying to contact onboarding managers and recruiters but I think they are dead cause they are not responding.
Ever since my DOJ is showing 4th April on iBegin portal and getting automated mails regarding Onboarding,Document Verification and Ultimatix.
What should I consider?
Would I be not onboarded now or TCS has dropped my candidature?
Need help asap from anyone in Tata Consultancy
Don't ever forget you're still a human being, so treat yourself as one! What are some things you do to clear your mind?
Work in tax, moved to a new state a number of years ago and didn't transfer my CPA license. Got a partner offer from a top six firm in my new state. Can I become a partner before I transfer my license to my new state?
So, stupid question. At my biglaw firm we’ve taken paycuts and the partners have slowed their distributions. What does this actually mean? Management would not tell us if they were actually taking a pay cut. At the end of the year, if profits stay the same because of our paycuts, will they still make the same amount?
Pros and cons of being a punjabi!!
Does anyone know Deloitte SC and M salary?
What is typical bonus %?
What benefits can you negotiate as an experienced hire?
Anyone familiar with startup offers I can discuss one with? I haven’t had a job that offered equity before and I want to make sure I’m getting a good deal.
What's a good answer for why are you looking to leave your current job? (Especially if you worked at the company for 1 year or less)
OTF vs Peloton? Which do you prefer and why?
I m in my current role, first job, for about 5 months now but where i live now is about 6 hours flight away from my family. I recently got an offer for a company in my home town. Pay is only 5K more (already negotiated, that’s their final offer) but better title: associate consultant. Is it okay to leave my current role this early? Any tips to have quitting conversation? Do you think offers will be higher with 1 YOE than 5 months experience?
Additional Posts in Product Management
Hi everyone! I am currently a product manager at a B2B tech/data company, overseeing a set of data products and applications, including our web portal. I've recently been wondering what PM looks like in different industries, specifically in hardware/manufacturing. Has anyone here made a transition like that or worked in both spheres? How did these compare for you? Were there any particular challenges you faced or new skillsets you needed?
Any insight is welcome and appreciated!
What is a salary range for 10yoe with a hcd, ux/ui, front end dev, design experience product/design manager after being at Deloitte for 2 years as a manager looking to go back to industry work specifically in tech? 150k-170k base line ?
Hey folks- I’m a product manager (tenure wise, a senior analyst) working with a difficult/ stubborn SME (who is tenure wise a manager). He’s closely involved in the product build, and given the extreme hierarchy practiced at McKinsey, often shuts down my product thinking/ideas. He is extremely smart and knows the ins and outs of this problem space, competitors, and even our business priorities, but utterly rejects design and product thinking. For example…CONTD
I’m looking to get a new job an a recruiter is putting me forward for a role at a series b startup. He’s now come back to me and said the company want to know a detailed breakdown of my current compensation including base pay, bonus %, what option plan scheme I have, benefits and pension. I’ve never been asked for this level of info before. Should I share?
Senior level product professionals, do you include an elevator pitch like intro to your resume or allow your described experience in your current and previous roles speak to what you can bring to the table? Also, what are your thoughts on cover letters?
Did anyone apply to Uber APM this cycle? How long did it take to hear back after you applied about the take-home project? TIA
What are the best things that an early stage company’s (series A, ~30 paying enterprise customers) first product manager can do in their first 30/60/90? Backlog grooming and roadmap revamp? Customer interviews? Process setups? Thanks!
For those of you working across multiple products how are you staying on tops of things? I’m the only senior pm working across 4 products and feel like I’m spread thin. There’s so much going on / to do I don’t think I have a full handle on it. I’m also having to deal with product issues because of the way it was designed/built prior to starting my job
Looking to apply to a product management position at Coinbase. Would anyone at Coinbase be willing to provide a referral and discuss the position a bit more?
My role is supposed to be a new grad Product Management role. Instead, I’m being put on more strategic business things akin to program management. Not sure whether to push for more of a product role since that’s what I signed on for or accept the different work since it seems to be higher level, with more impact and visibility in the org. Suggestions?
What do you guys do when you have a little downtime? I’m not currently maxed out (will be soon). I feel like I should be doing something but not sure what
Hi all, I’m looking to move to a Product Management role in a product-focused/tech/fintech company but I’m struggling to get interviews. Please can anyone help review my resume and provide feedback? I would appreciate this a lot.
I am looking to transition into a product management role with less than 3 years of work experience, none that relates to PM (Operations at Amazon, current:sales). How do I better my chances for PM?
Does anyone have resources where I can learn how enterprise level software development functions - up to the knowledge level a PM would need to know? I’ve taken basic CS courses in college but I don’t have experience working as a dev in an enterprise environment. Not sure if I phrased this correctly but any advice would be helpful!
This is the week where I feel like I’m about to get crushed. Launching a new version of a product and we’re trying to get it ready for use by a customer but we’re behind schedule. Launching a new feature on another product for another customer but we’re getting a lot of bugs and we have a week to ship. Drowning and stressed out.
I’m currently an associate product manager and have been for a little over a year. It feels like I check all the product manager boxes and have really learned the ins and outs, I now own an entire feature and i’m the only one who owns it. It’s a very large feature that will probably be worked on for at least the next 2 years. Should I be expecting the PM title soon? should I expect it now? My day to day is the exact same as other PMs
Hey everyone, so I have 5yrs background in global supply chain, but about 1.5yrs ago I decided to switch it up a bit and take a data analytics manager role with the global merchandising dept. Iv decided that I want to pursue a Product Management role as my career since it seems like I fit a lot of the major requirements. The problem is my resume doesn’t specifically say I have Product Management experience but I really want to make this move with a tech company. Any tips? Maybe a PM certif.?
Have the opportunity to join a startup consultancy as a Product Manager and move away from the big 4.
Going to be employee 15 as opposed to an org with ~650K employees.
Same pay. A LOT of growth opportunity. Less overall benefits, but I think the experience will net me out to be a Director in just a year or two within the org, and a lot of potential to move out from there.
I'm slightly terrified, but the team feels awesome, and they have some big clients.
What would you do?
How do you convince people that a product roadmap is NOT a project plan? Our leadership team thinks Product Manager = Project Manager
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