What are 3 things you guys now know that you wish you knew when you first began?Any important lessons you had to learn the hard way?
When applying to my next employer, do they need to know/do they find out that I was on short term disability at one point while at my current employer? I fear this would ding me as they would view me as a potential risk.
Know you travel too much when you can judge the status of the SPG integration by the now matching granola in Marriott and SPG.
How do you judge books when hiring creatives? Do you use any benchmarks or just go with what moves you?
Anyone familiar with the AWS business value economics team? Please share thoughts on culture, team, WLB, comp, etc. Thanks!
Holiday bonuses? Just got notice of ours and it seems very skimpy... wondering if B4 or other companies give staff holiday bonuses?
Is a year too soon to ask for a raise? If you've made a handful of things, some of them pretty cool, including a 360 campaign? Also...forgive my inexperience, but who do I ask about a raise?
Moms, do you have recommendations for formula? My baby is 5 and half months old, and I want to supplement with formula, just a few ounces every day. She had some Similac and enfamil samples, and don’t have any negative reaction with either.
Any mid-level copywriters looking for work? We had another writer leave and are looking to fill the position. It's a small shop with incredible creative leadership and fun food accounts. Trust me, you’ll get a lot of opportunities and have a blast. PM a link to your book and I'll tell you more.
Current situation: 120k salary, 500k equities(retirement+taxable) and roughly 30k cash checking plus upcoming sign on bonus of 20k in ~1.5 months Rent: 1150 Debt: Car loan: 34k Student loans: 9k CC debt on autopay: 3.5k for the month. How should I deploy my capital? 1) Save till I have 50k in checking. 2) bring cash balance slowly to 10k over 3 months by paying off car loans. 3) Ignore all debt, make regular payments, and continue Dollar cost averaging into equities. 4) other, pls explain
Annoyed with myself (and work culture): my neighbor came banging on my door this morning to tell me we needed to evacuate because there was a possible bomb threat outside our building. My first instinct wasn't to get out of there as quickly as possible for my safety; instead it was "oh I should grab my work computer and I'll go find internet somewhere so I don't miss a deadline." 🤦🏼
I've had a junior (by level but not age) client resource that has been rude and disrespectful since the day he joined a couple weeks ago. I finally had enough today and told him off in an email and called him out for his disrespectful tone and language. My director (who was also on the email) sent me a ping saying that I wasn't out of line and that it was warranted and he'll handle any reactions stemming from that exchange. Nice to know that he has my back ...continued
I have two offers that I like. Taking into account culture, compensation, growth, etc, both have their strengths. Would like to see what metrics/comparisons other 🐠 have used to decide
I was just speaking with a couple of coworkers who told me they see doctors who don’t take insurance. Why would anyone do that? Is this just a flex?
Reviewing resumes and I see more and more frequent that people last one year or less at a job and move on to the next. Is that the new norm? I’m a millennial but my last job I was with for over 4 years. Can I ask in the interview why they’ve moved around so much? Or find a nicer way of asking that. I’m definitely looking for longevity not a hopper.
Personally it's difficult to embrace the hookup culture. Is it too much to hope to meet someone who keeps intimacy for SOs? 👄Am I the only one who thinks like this?
Anyone know of any senior strategy openings? Just got laid off and would greatly appreciate any leads.
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