What’s the best time to switch jobs after maternity leave? Is there any policy at Blackstone on how long we need to stay after maternity leave?
Planning to switch companies but I'm currently in a consulting position on the bench. I'm worried if I give 2 weeks notice that I'll be let go immediately since I have nothing to transition, but I also don't want to screw over my current company by getting assigned to a project then leaving without notice. Am I just paranoid?
What types of questions should I expect in Apple’s cloud devops engineer interview? Ive been unable to get any insight from the recruiter other than it’s 5-6 45 min sessions. Apple
If you know anyone at school who is interested in an unpaid internship doing operations work at Instawork :) let me know.
I never thought I’d say this - but I have cancelled my trip to the Modex industry show in Atlanta next week out of an abundance of caution over coronavirus related to elderly relatives.
Hidden perks of being a Senior Manager? No extra vacation, but larger purse for bravo. And higher pay (of course). What else?
hey all, i’m 3 years into my career. some decent work produced, some awards (mostly student). after getting laid off last fall and many many applications and emails sent, I’ve decided to spend time and money on a creative PR stunt to get my dream agencies’ attention. I’ve decided I don’t want to settle any longer, and I’m ready to make the jump to the elite. so people that have made it to their dream agencies: when did it happen for you, what made it happen, and was it everything you hoped for?
Given a chance to go back in time and not major in accounting, would you take it? Why or why not?
M&A tax manager 1 salary? CPA
I wanna work for Big 4 or other top IT giants! I have experience close to 6 yrs but my career CTC package looks pathetic 😭 I really want to switch.. please folks help me here. I have experience in SQL, Unix shell scripting, ETL data warehousing, Informatica power center and support level knowledge in visualization tools. I have lead the team successfully and had excellent management skills as well.
Interview feedback: my answers weren’t concrete enough. I answered questions by sharing my work process, then sharing an example from prior projects and in the example I included how I prepare, who I involve, what that looks like day to day, types of required meetings and what is discussed, how I make decisions, etc. I’m looking for tips on how I can address this feedback? I have fulfilled the responsibilities of the role I applied for so I have the experience. Just need to frame it right.
My company has pit a salary increase freeze in place, but I’m starting to hear about a few people getting promoted privately. Are these people most likely getting a title promo only?
A firm said they’d like to receive applications from and interview more candidates before making a final decision on my interviews. Does this mean they are unlikely to offer as they want to see other candidates who may be better?
I’m studying for the SHRM-CP with the Mometrix (study guides, online course, and flash cards), however I’m super overwhelmed with all of the information. What are some best practices to ensure I grasp all of the concept ? Any advice would be much appreciated!!!
Hi all, it's my first time getting promoted and my salary increase is lower than anticipated. Any tips on negotiating? Do i need a counter offer? How do I stay unemotional and how do I talk about this effectively? I really only wanted another $5k, I was on the lower side of the range despite getting the highest rating and a lot of positive feedback. I'm not sure why I'm getting paid less than my peers despite getting a higher rating.
I am just enrolling in 401k, what does it mean to max out 401k contribution? I googled and it says max contribution is 19k, so should I do 19k / my salary and contribute that %?
I’m talking with a recruiter and she is saying the base is $150,000 with $175K in equity. I have never worked in Private so I’m not exactly sure what that means. I am assume if it’s a 4 year vest my annual total comp would be approximately $190K ish?
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