Anyone work as a QAPI nurse or in QA? I am looking at a position and would like talk to someone who has done it
I have 5 years experience in management consulting/business analyst in Capital market and Investment banking Domain.
I am looking for referral.Please help as I am currently on notice period.I shall be grateful.
What companies in Tech, IT or Finance pay $200k+ TC for a Director role in Toronto? 12 YOE as an employee at various companies, 5 YOE as an entrepreneur. Appreciate any suggestions.
I have an interview scheduled next week. Baded on your experience what was the difficulty level of the interview ?
What kind of questions can I expect ?
Anyone else at GT rooting against Rickie Fowler at the Open because GT paid him more to wear a shirt than the entire FY18 firm bonus they're paying to employees?
Recruiter reached out about a role at a company I was fired from as an intern. The role is in another department than where I originally worked. This was 3 years ago.... do I have a shot?
What can I expect from EY’s case interview? Senior consultant position for Business Transformation. TIA
Can anyone share their interview experience of what is required for the role of Data Analyst/Business Analyst in Amazon India , Google, Uber etc companies at entry or mid level?
Hi all - any tips on how to negotiate a salary offer? I’ve never done it before. I’ve always accepted jobs out of desperation - but not this time! I gave them a 5k difference in range. They met me at the higher end of my range, which is great! But as a woman, I know we tend to not ask for more. I don’t want to make that mistake.
Would love to hear others experiences and tips - any insight would be so helpful!
Hi folks, It would be helpful if someone can refer me in any MNCs , currently working as PMO lead handling larger accounts , looking for any HR or Operations role. Looking forward for response.please connect with me for resume and other details.
Amazon IBM Infosys Deloitte USI Dell EPAM Systems Google Wipro EY Mindtree Microsoft
Currently at FAANG in a product adjacent role. It is very hard to transfer internally to PM, especially without a technical background, especially since I do not have a technical background. I scored a 690 (3.7 top undergrad, urm) and was thinking of applying to b-school this fall or the following year as it has been a dream of mine and could use the network.
Does an MBA make sense for me if my goal is PM (also open to S&O with end goal of VC) or should I just apply directly / get an MS?
I make $101K base salary as a Consultant/Specialist at Accenture Federal in Washington, DC. My husband is a teacher making $55K. We’re getting by with our mortgage and regular student loan payments, but it’s not enough to do much else. We also want to start a family in a few years. What move could I make to hit $150K base? So many of you are making unbelievable amounts… I don’t know how to keep up.
Trying desperately to roll off - please share your tactics! I really outta shut my mouth as in not contributing anymore to meetings - so they will find me "useless" and roll me off
I am looking for Job referrals for social impact organizations and international development sector . Looking to Provide research, advisory and consulting expertise
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Best MBB/Tier 2 for PE exit opps?
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Anyone here lateral between MBBs (e.g., McK to BCG) at junior levels? What were your reasons for doing it? What was your experience making the move?
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Anybody utilized Udemy course by Ranga Karanam for GCP Professional Cloud Architect certification? Is it good to study and pass the certification exam?
It's good to hear we are aware of cyber threats and have options to not just go in the offensive but lead and this all comes back to awareness.
Be aware and share in order to keep our communities CyberSafe!
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Hello! I have a two part question: 1) is it worth it to obtain an SHRM specialty credential if I don’t have the broader SHRM certification? 2) has anyone gotten the People Analytics or Talent Acquistion credential? If so, how valuable was it from a learning perspective? Do you feel it significantly contributed to your knowledge in either area? Thank you!
How do you reconcile doing audit work for a company who’s business dealings are ethically questionable? Think MLMs like Herbalife
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What do you all yhink about counter offers? I put in my resignation now my current employer wants to do everything they can to keep me. And I kind of want to stay but I don't because I feel as if the should have done this from the start.
What do you all think?
Hey everyone! I’m new here! I recently accepted a new position (three months ago) and I excitedly accepted the first offer of the salary not knowing allll of the responsibilities that came with this position. I have opened the door about renegotiating my salary for this position and my boss was open to it. What research can I do to see the salary ranges for this position? It’s as a cash application specialist. This positions duties were held by 3 people and is now combined into 1 role.
I was offered 92k and negotiated to 98k to sign. I was given the most turbulent of all portfolios (after a previous SM and a Coach didn’t work out). Once I started, I put together that all my peers (with less complex products and smaller teams) were making between 100-115k.
It’s been 6+ months. Agile Coaches are now sending other Scrum Masters (who make more than me) my way to train them on RPD’s, facilitation, estimation etc.
What’s a fair way to position a salary review?
I’m researching info on what is considered a reasonable salary amount for a travel coordinator in healthcare? This is for someone with a MBA and a plethora of healthcare with some travel coordination experience. Anyone have insight?
Received 2 job offers, one ~10k lower than the other, but still a >30% increase in my current pay. I think the lower in paying job fits me better , is it ok to counter offer asking for more? Do companies usually have wiggling room for this?
I’m a sales professional in the EdTech space. We were acquired about 2 years ago and there’s been some growing pains. I was promoted to this position in January under the impression that my bonus payout would be quarterly. Shortly after Q1, the comp said they had up to 60days to pay us out. I currently have no idea when I’m getting paid out or the precise amount. New bonus structure plans are coming out as we start a fiscal year. How would you go about renegotiating salary/ bonus payout?
Hey, I had a job interview yesterday where they asked my salary expectations. I answered, then they said “the position pays X and this is on the higher side”. It was about 7K less than what I wanted. But it sounded like they were very firm with what they offered. I can’t tell if they meant it when they said “this is already on the higher side”. Also, I’m losing my bonus so I asked if they give sign on bonuses. They only give to execs apparently. How do I rebuttal without losing the opportunity?
I just received an offer to work as a Program Coordinator; however, I want to negotiate my pay as I will be receiving my MBA next month. Any tips?
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Finally had a chat with my boss this week requesting a raise. They said they don’t have the final say over salaries. He has to ask the 2 main company directors and will have an answer for me in 1-2 weeks
I’m already below market rate and really trying to level up with rising costs of living etc. Plus I want to earn what I’m worth in the market now if I can
Any advice if they return with a lower than expected offer? I haven’t had any bump in 3 years and don’t want to settle for less anymore
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So approximately three months ago I accepted a customer service position with a newly “corporate owned company” it was previously locally owned by a local owner. I accepted $15 an hour of the job offer. Previously I worked as a Quality Support Specialist and I am most definitely, as the company is aware, overqualified for my current position. I requested a $3 raise and was denied. That would have essentially bumped my pay up to $18 an hour. Previously, I made $22 in my last job. This job offers
A week ago, I started with a fairly new position within a company designed for fresh grads. I graduated with an MBA early this year. Today I found out that this company just opened up a new initiative for MBAs, and is offering a 6 fig salary. What is the best way to convey to the management that my skills and education would be an ideal match for their new position?
Anyone idea what the compensation looks like at Glovo HQ in Barcelona is for senior product roles?
I got a surprise promotion back in August and because of that, didn’t get a chance to negotiate my raise. As year end eval is coming up, would anyone in my shoes be expecting another relatively small adjustment because of the typical year end process?
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Two question you should know the answer to before we get into the package issue :
- Will you be able to resign from your current company , even if counter-offered, if this is the best offer they make?
- Would you be prepared to walk away from the opportunity of joining a Fortune 500 if this is where you see your next move?
I ask because you mention a great WLB in your current job and I have no idea how this opportunity “found you”. If the reasons for moving are clear, the new job offer is compelling and there is nothing your current employer can do or counteroffer you with to change your mind then let’s move to the issue of the offer.
The first thing to say is that it isn’t foolish to negotiate - Quite the opposite .I would be surprised if the company doesn’t expect you to come back bearing in mind they are asking you to take a reduced salary with the 5k cut on your base.
Who was it that gave you the salary range of 140-185? The company or a recruiter? If it was the recruiter, then they should have been working with their client before the 1st interview to manage their expectations around what they would need to pay you should they want to interview and ultimately offer you . It would have prevented you finding yourself in the position you are now in. Equally they should still be working on your behalf to achieve your desired result.
If it was the company that made the comment then you need to have the salary conversation directly. I would recommend that go back to the company and thank them for their offer, confirm your excitement and motivations for wanting to join but explain that the package they have offered doesn’t hit the mark. Explain how you entered and progressed the interview in the knowledge that the top end of the salary range they gave you meant a +ve end result could be achieved for both parties . You should then give them a clear idea of what the offer needs to look like for you to accept and I would recommend that the number you give is a little higher than what you will settle for as there is a chance the company will comeback to you with a lower offer.
Having said all of the above, there are times when you sometimes have to take a step backwards in order to move several steps forward. It about you, your family and the things that are important to you . Look 12-24mths to the future. Other than money, how will you have developed as a person if you do take on a new challenge compared to being another year more experienced in your current job
Good luck !
Great advice!! :) well said.
Don’t undervalue WLB. If/whenyou don’t have it you’ll miss it.
Always negotiate. That is my number one rule. The worst they can say is no .