Hi everyone for 2.6 years of experience what should be my expected CTC
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What kind of employment lawyer represents an applicant negotiating a contract for a job as a trader for a hedge fund? Are there fund-specific specialists? I think the main terms would be bonus, Earnout of existing deferred compensation from prior employer, and then standard non compete and future deferred comp.
Flying United this morning... I'm seat 1A on a RJ145... Yet still boarding group 2 (plane doesn't have first class). Pains of only being Silver status.
Is anyone on here Wilson certified???? If so, would you mind sharing your experiences? I doubt my district would ever pay for it but I'd love to try to find a grant or scholarship!
With the W&K layoffs ...
1. Recruiters are getting psyched.
2. Freelancers are even more unnerved.
3. Axe will fall on people phoning it in at other shops.
What are your other predictions ? People leave ad game altogether?
How do I tell my coach that my depression and crying half the day is why my utilization is lower than expected :( she set up a meeting for tomorrow and I have anxiety
Anyone else finding this market boring now? I feel like there’s been less movement than stocks 😔
Happy Monday everyone!
Expecting an offer at either the Director or Sr Director level. Can someone talk about baseline variable bonus %? What your comp is? Were you able to negotiate a signing bonus?
How much time is USCIS taking on an average now a days to adjudicate an H1b transfer case filed under premium processing ? Have rfe reduced since the new govt ?
Coffee is a food group.
Does anyone in this bowl ever answer questions?
Accenture fish willing to refer?
I am working as SAP Functional consultant - across SCM modules. I have pre MBA experience of 3 yrs and this my first post MBA job with current experience of about 1 yr 8 month. I want to move to management consulting roles and basically move out of SAP. Please suggest & guide me.
Have LA home values cooled off in the last year?
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I’m 25 and have an array of experience within environmental science. I mostly enjoy being a field employee but recognize the pay is not always great. My current position is bureaucratic and technically oriented which is great for skills but not for growth. I know I have more to offer and want to expand into different areas of STEM. Any suggestions or recommendations would help, I’m open to anything!
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I have 7 years of experience working with big pharma companies. I am used to communicating nicely, politely, respectfully. The same way I want to be treated. No issues. But I recently had some feedback that I might be too nice and I should be more professional with my coworkers, especially my manager. I already get anxious and overthink every email and chat. Should I work on this?
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I'm currently looking for a new job, and it's looking like I'm going to start around beginning of December. I also get married in March, and I'm going to take my fiancé's last name. I was wondering if I should ask HR if I could start out using my married name. I'm worried that people will just start to learn who I am about 3-4 months in only for my name to change! It could potentially be confusing.
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