How are things going in your area now that cities have more or less dropped all mitigation measures like mask mandates and vaccine mandates?
What helped you learn the most as a data and/or business analyst? Any tips/advice for graduates and entry level new to the data world, specifically also in London, UK? Thanks!
My job (biglaw, finance, midlevel) is a poor fit overall — both in the adhd sense and more broadly in that it doesn’t really play to my strengths. I am also your usual high achieving people pleaser (such a common species in this job). The combination of all of the above means I am unhappily slogging uphill to be a B/B+ associate in a job that doesn’t interest me in the least. I am planning to make a change in the spring. If what I wrote resonates, are you happier in-house? Any other thoughts?
What will be the latest salary range for Technology Analyst role in Infosys for 3.1 YOE??
Also tell me if it's good to join as Technology Analyst role.
Any suggestions would be appreciated
I joined a few months back and have been seeing a ton of attrition. Even in project teams you get the feeling that the experienced folks are mentally burned out and ready to jump ship. Has this always been the case here? Or is this just coinciding with the great resignation trends? Any thoughts from folks who have been here longer?
As a firm, how can we tackle this? Do you feel things are going to get better soon?
Any pros and cons to Labor and Employment law? I was approached by a partner at a mid-size firm offering an opportunity to practice Labor & Employment law. 1800 billable hours at 85-95K. I’m not even sure if this is good opportunity or not but looking for some input & clarity!
Bain & Company Hi All
Hope you are well! :)
I am currently looking for a change from my current job.
Hoping to join MBB I currently have +1yrs of exp as data and operations insight analyst
Anyone who can refer me to Boston Consulting Group Bain & Company it will highly be appreciated
Thank you for your time and help!
Hope you have a great day!
This concept fascinates me & since I saw it on Reddit, I wanted to bring it here. Tell me what your experience has been like :)
What are effective ways to ensure your team feels content within the workplace? There is a rise of many people feeling undervalued and not cared for as an employee. I would like to change that. No matter the job, no one should feel less than.
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The owners of our company like to do a holiday handout at Thanksgiving each year. They used to do a whole Thanksgiving meal (turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, pie). Last year there was a lack of available turkeys in the quantity we needed, so we switched it up and did a bottle of sparkling cider with a $25 gift card. This year the owners want to do something different but they are not sure what. Does anyone have any suggestions? We have about 300 employees in one location. Thanks!!
Me when my manager mumbles incoherently
Do Away carry-ons have a compartment for storing suits on hangers (like Tumi / B&R)? I hate folding suits in a carry-on main compartment.
Does anyone know what needs to be written in the a letter for Explanation for adding spouse to my EE profile?
I have got an offer from Cognizant and completed document submission then they are asking to do prejoining formality. What happened if i am not going to join this company afterwards.. do they black list me ?
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Does anyone have any nightmare stories about switching over to unlimited pto? I’ve only seen 1-2 cases of it not working out for people on here. Wondering if I’m overthinking skipping companies that offer it.
A recruited asked to chat over the phone to discuss my emailed counter offer. I countered at $75k even though their top of the salary range was $68k. I have my reasons for countering, including increased out of pocket expenses for benefits and overall experience I bring to the table. What can I expect from the call?
I received an offer to move to a fairly large consultancy for a 60% bump in pay with a signing and annual salary bonus. Largest bonus I ever got is 1/5 of the signing alone. Got told yes for a raise 5 months ago with no movement. Today I found out my firm intends on promoting me with slightly higher pay by the end of the year and the potential for the projects I’m touching are way more prominent. I’m still going to bring this new offer to my leadership, but does anyone have advice?
I had an interview for a position at Northrop Grumman a week ago. This morning I got an email asking further questions like if I was able to be onsite, when would I be able to start, salary, and verifying my education level.
I’ve never really listed a salary before. The range is 38,500-64,500.
I meet all the basic qualifications and some. I do t want to sell myself short but I don’t want to ask for too much either. Any advice?
Do you guys know of any European companies that would allow you to work remotely from the US? I am honestly starting to lose hope in the US job market, I have been applying for about two months with no luck.
I’ve been working in the organic food and beverage consumer packaged goods industry in the nyc tri-state area for over 4 years, I’m looking to understand what are basic and non basic things I could ask for in offers?
What would be the total compensation for a Program Manager II role at AWS in Vancouver, Canada?
Any help would be appreciated during my initial interview.
(Total industry exp - 3 to 4 years)
Is anyone here employed with the VA through Sterling Medical? If so, can you provide an average salary for PTAs and PTs? Thank you!
Hi, looking for some advice. I have been through 3 rounds of interviews with a global medical device company that I am really excited about. Just found they are thinking about putting the position on hold for Q4 due to budget constraints. I have one final round (in person over lunch tomorrow). Although I appreciate the transparency, and realize possible recession finances is this normal or should I be concerned? Should I suggest contract to perm opps? Is it too much to push for an offer by EOW?
I have been working in fintech as an operations associate right now I am making 55k. I like my company and there is a lot of room for growth but I am grossly underpaid. Does it make sense to ask for a major salary increase or am I better off leaving the company to achieve the salary I am looking for?
Just got the verbal for a marketing manager role (w/ req. of a marketing director, which the Co. agreed & said it was related to current role headcount).
I genuinely believe (and have been told) there is growth room, I like them, & this is my first time working as an in-house corporate dynamic (10 years exp in NPO work, agency, and marketing consulting).
Offer was 130k with 10k signing bonus & generous retirement options in CA. Market research says it’s low-mid offer. Thoughts on the comp?
I finally left my Central Supply job that I was both underpaid and underappreciated on. I was given an opportunity to make more at another company. Im tight with a few in the company. So I hear they hired back the girl who had the job some years before me. I know good and well she is not doing the job for the amount they paid me. A few of my friends think I should sue for discrimination. I said no. But the more I think about it, the more I think i should. What do u think?
What would be a reasonable salary for a warehouse supervisor in PA? As a candidate with 12 years warehouse experience, building from floor level associate through the ranks to supervisor. Currently in his 3rd year of management, with an additional 2 years in leadership from another organization.
My supervising partner at my law firm wants me to move with her to a new firm. I know I am significantly underpaid in my current position and that the law firm I would transition to pays much more on average. I don’t want to share my current salary during the negotiations in case they attempt to base my new salary on that amount. What is the best way to respond if they do ask about my current salary?
When asking and being given the budgeted salary range for a specific role, how accurate is the range typically? Say they stated 120-140k? Would this most likely be on the lower end, or is it the actual budget for the role and there's not much room to give above? If offered the role, what would I expect and/or counter?
Was offered a GMAP graduate program role at MSD france. (starting as senior specialist and then associate director) No info about salary ranges on the internet. I wanted to ask if anyone can share salary info to make sure im fairly compensated
Maybe some perspective might be of use to me. I’m transitioning out of the service and I’ve positioned myself decently to be competitive in the market. I’ve got two offers from great companies. Biotech and Healthcare, both on the Human Capital Team as an Employee Relations Consultant. I have a graduate degree pursuing a Doctorate, LSSBB, ScrumMaster, SPHR, and PMI-ACP certified. I know this is personal and dependent, but what should I be considering as a commensurate salary?
I work in food production. I work closely w/ accounts who order products 4 foodservice & grocery stores. I feel that customer service is not an appropriate job title for what we do. we communicate w/ our customers/accounts but we are more like account managers. We also deal with transportation issues. They won’t change our pay because we are CSR’s & we are compensated as such accord to industry standards. What is an another job title we could request that would compensate us 4 what we do??
If I am in process for a promotion for a new role going from coordinator to assistant manager what is the standard % increase one should see jumping titles? Concerned I may be lowballed an offer because my base salary atm is in the 70s but I make overtime which drastically improves my YTD Gross income in low 90s. Scared once i get the promotion/salary theyll offer me exactly what I have been making thanks to the overtime. Want to research how to negotiate this so any advice i appreciate!
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I definitely think you should negotiate for a better pay now that you have some experience (and there seems to be a drastic difference between what you're making and the industry standard). Do you have a yearly review coming up? Sometimes companies have a pay increase built into their review process and you have an excellent reputation then they might offer something like that to you. But even if they don't have anything like that, I think that you don't get what you want unless you ask :)
We get a yearly raise I'm hoping it's a review so I can actually get paid like a Tech I or maybe even a Tech II
I negotiate for a raise every year personally. I like to use the annual review as an opportunity to point out how valuable to the company I am to justify the increase. You should be able to do the same, especially if others are getting so much more to start off. If they point out your lack of degree, point out ways in which you accomplish the same work without it.