What’s the interview process for an engineering manager position at Marqeta Affirm Inc. Stripe Square
I have joined deloitte in june as SA can i expect my promotion next year as LSA … and what’s the promotion hike D gives ? Should I be here for long time or should start looking for job change after few months? As I think I’m lowballed here ?
How's BDO m&a tax group (pay,hours,team size)? Looking to jump from other middle market in NY. Currently making $150k as S2 with CPA, been in m&a tax for 1 year
Anyone here work in consumer lending with a credit union? Interested in discussing pay structures to see how my credit Union compares.
I have joining in HCL on next Wednesday. But I have not received any communication mail neither any meeting invite.
Also in discover HCL , I have uploaded all docs which was required for online on boarding but still it showing pending on recruiter clearance. Somebody please help who have recently joined HCL.
Interviewing for an operations manager role with Travelers Insurance. Looking for any tips from past interviewers or employees on best ways to prepare and any insight into questions that may be helpful to think about ahead of time.
New grad looking to get into Valuations/FDD. Would anyone be willing to chat/look at my resume?
Hey fishes,please pour you thoughts/experiences about Bank of america WLB and internal hike.
Could anyone help me in knowing that how can I apply for projects within Capgemini?
I’m at 110k in a super cheap city and I’m not that talented. I got a 140k offer recently but it’s banking 🤮. I turned it down. The raise I was promised fell through. Now I’m bitter. Help?
Posting for likes 🤗🤗🤗 can I get some help please? 🤣
How challenging is it to get a loan for small multi-family real estate (up to 4 units) in LA? I have heard that you need 50% down, and need to have between 12-24 months worth of mortgage payments in the bank. Is it also the same case for single family or easier?
What bullet points or skills to highlight to be a solid candidate for corporate strategy roles?
Probably paranoid but do you think our firms know if we contacted a recruiter? A recruiter emailed my firm account and I want to respond thru my gmail but I’m so scared my firm will find out somehow.
I recently Passed the PMP,
Now looking for next should I go for PSM1 or PMI ACP.
Little worry which one to take.
I want to learn Agile method so I can apply it to current process
Are they giving delhi ncr location to anyone?
How would you go about asking for a counter offer? I've never done this before. Additionally, I know people say to NEVER take one... is that always true?
I really like the team I'm currently on, it would be 100% just for the money. My leadership likes and supports me, but no promo yet on the horizon.
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Would moving from a firm to an employee relations position mean that I never secure an in-house employment law position? Or would such a move better position me to go in-house one day? I am having difficulty transitioning from a labor & employment firm to an in-house role, and so I am exploring alternatives while keeping in mind my future career trajectory.
Transitioning from junior in house at a very small company where I only did small easy contract review to a large multinational corporation in a few weeks, and have those weeks off. Does anyone have any book recommendations I can read until then that actually offer good insight and helpful tips?!
I didn’t learn that much on the business side and I love reading, so seems like a good idea to relax while also preparing a bit.
For Google, can you basically only get in with a reference? Should you write up a cover letter with your application? Its optional and my understanding is that companies don’t have time to read it anyway. Currently an lower level counsel at FAANG.
Question for in-house funds attorneys: How do you track and implement LP side letter requests? What system do you have in place to make sure that they don't slip through the cracks and the right team takes ownership?
Doing a remote interview tomorrow for an in-house position that I really want. Invite says "[company] is a startup, so a full suit is not necessary! Business casual attire is recommended." Like I said, I really want this job, and the idea of not wearing a suit is just weird to me
Should I still wear the suit or would it be counter productive?
For any San Diego attorneys out there- roughly what TC could one expect in-house in SD for a commercial/contracts/tech attorney with 8 YOE? I’m currently in-house in the Bay Area and trying to get a sense of how compensation compares in San Diego.
Calling all employment lawyers…please share the following details: base comp, bonus, equity, YOE, private vs public company, industry.
I am 7 years out in a transactional practice (real estate) and have an opportunity to move in house at a regionally respected company from a midsize firm. I have WFH flexibility at my current firm but bill about 1850-1900 per year. It would be about a 25% paycut. I have also been offered partnership starting in 2022 if I stay - not entirely clear what that long term structure looks like (would have to develop a partially independent book in next 3-5 years). Am I crazy if I leave?
Do in-house roles have conflicts checks?
Does anyone work at Compass who would be willing to refer me to one of the real estate legal positions that are open? I’ve applied to LA and the remote Seattle one.
Anyone have advice on transitioning from corporate real estate work at a big law firm to an in house role in entertainment? In the NY market and would appreciate if people had insights into salary and culture in roles of that type.
Recently moved in-house and struggling with how to document my contributions (keep a “brag list” if you will) for purposes of review season and eventual bonus/promotion/raise discussions. At a firm it was fairly easy to point to high billables, high profile deals, praise from particular partners or clients. Now I’m struggling because my work is so….day to day. Mostly negotiating typical sales contracts. Very few opportunities for visibility or high profile contributions if that makes sense.
What in-house opportunities exist for Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) lawyers?
Real estate solo attorneys — do you close all your deals through a title company? Are smaller clients OK with paying escrow agent fees?
I interviewed with a big pharma company last week. They said 2 more rounds of interviews with offers in early to mid April so I assumed things were moving quick. Im coming from small firm, not in-house. If I haven’t heard from them by the end of the week is it safe to assume I didn’t make it to round 2? Or does in-house always move slowly?
Any in-house attorneys at a PE/VC fund that can provide insight into how carried interest works? It seems like a bit of a black box and specific to a given fund, but even a description of the low level mechanics (vesting, relative %, etc) would be super helpful!
My co-worker is so resentful and competitive because I was promoted over her last year which caused a demotion on her end. People in the company still go to her for things that should be for me but she rarely corrects them. Shes still involved in the company too in a way that allows her to know secrets that I should know about but never do. I technically am above her within the company but this is how things are. I just do my job and try to not let it bother me but it does. Any suggestions?
Have you had to change your start date after accepting an offer and how did it go? I told them I need to give 30 day notice and so I set my start date (incorrectly) assuming the background check and drug screen would take a few days to clear. However, the drug screen is now taking over a week and a half (still not finished, maybe tomorrow). Apparently things are much slower due to staffing issues and labs are backed up. It’s cutting into my 30 day notice significantly. Thoughts?
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I don’t. We’re trained to talk like elitist morons so it needs to be untrained.
It’s an interesting question. Early on I tried to sound more lawyerly. I have spent the past 10 or so years trying to sound more “business.” I have found my business partners assume I am lawyerly enough- what they want is for me to understand their business priorities, financials, and strategy and how I can help them without droning on like a lawyer for hours.
this is brilliant advice, can you share this with law school professors and career departments 😂
Better to keep it simple. Some clients will understand the “lawyer talk”, others will act like they understand. With the latter case, there’s the potential for the client misunderstanding what you are trying to say to them.
I watched My Cousin Vinny