I am a second year teacher and I have a pretty tough group this year. I am feeling major burn out. I love my career and it is truly rewarding but I am genuinely struggling. Any suggestions are welcome
Southwest is really pushing the priority boarding today. With our full flight you can upgrade to an A1-15 boarding pass for just $40 💸💰💵
So close to top status but new proj flys into Newark and I use Delta. What would you do? Add to your commute or abandon status?
What would you do? I’m a first year at HSW, have company sponsorship offer on table (~$150K, taxable) at tier 2 firm (ATK, OW). I’d return as a manager at 175K, or can aim for MBB consultant offer...
Does anyone have creative ways that they are capitalizing on outside sales perks such as: mileage, hotel points, credit card points, etc.? So far my solutions are high mpg vehicle to maximize profit on the 57 cent per mile standard and the American Express Hilton Honors credit card to gain points after the company reimbursement.
REI Systems is hiring. DM me for a referral or to learn more. Looking for junior and senior consultants with backgrounds in OCM, TBM, project management, and gov IT policy.
I've totally lost my motivation to do side projects. I used to leave the office, come home and do personal work all night, but now WFH has taken over my home office sanctuary.
Found out that a friend of mine whose individual obamacare health plan used to be $438/mo, can’t afford it, and has cancelled it. She usually has some health issues - any options for her now?
Can anyone confirm that paying part of a delta airfare free on a gift card still triggers the incidental charge for Amex platinum? The remaining airfare fee can apparently get though?
Back on the road after nearly 3 amazing months on the bench - despite being a points snob, realized that being home nightly with my wife and having time to pursue personal passions significantly
Heard there’s a bro culture and long hours. They’re hiring but concerned Momentum won’t be a fit for a working mom creative. Who has insight into the vibe there?
I think I'm tired of the agency side and need a break. I'm a strategy/planning director. What's a good role (not sales) that my skills would translate well to? Time to job hunt!
At the upper levels, what are reasons why some managers choose certain clients and/or roll off some clients? Also, is it political? Like refusing to add new senior managers on some engagements?
“Democracy in the workplace? Impossible, workflows would slow to a crawl! Excuse me, one sec. Just got a text, client doesn’t like the color green for some reason. Crap, another late night....”
D&I initiatives are clearly important, but the sad state of where we are at is that often people that “make it", never reach back. How do we get “us” to engage with and help “us”.