Received an offer from a competing holding group as Digital Manager (Individual contriubtor but with the expectation of expanding to a people manager.
Base salary is only 6% greater, but when I Factor in all the allowances and perks it's about +25% (~$80k). This would also be an upward career move from senior planner.
That said, is the salary, or at least %change, in-line with the title?
I’m transitioning back into the tech space after working in education the last five years. When applying to a remote Customer Success role, what would be a rough range to ask for salary, bonus, stock options? Quite a few companies are asking for this in applications.
Folks, Comments the companies you personally know that pays for the roles irrespective of the candidates past salary.
I'll start first, Thoughtworks
I have total experience of 1.8 where 1.2 relevant experience of react developer. I need referral.
My current ctc is 3.5lpa
How much can I expect...
Can I get 12lpa
Need your kind help
I am starting a new position as an SDR at LinkedIn and thus signing a new contract. It’s an entry-level position but I have already worked in the company for some time. Would you recommend negotiating the offer or SDR entry-level positions are usually not negotiable?
(I've heard that other SDRs were earning around 40k EUR 70% base salary and 18k EUR 30% variable earnings, in Ireland)
How much minimum and maximum % hike can we expect after a year's appraisal.
Also if they provide any kind of yearly bonus if yes than how much can we expect the min and max
I have received an offer as a PM (mid-senior role) for a biotech platform (VC backed). Good offer and is around £10k more with some other benefits over my current job (VC backed). Neither offer includes equity / shares.
Both have plenty of funding, with my current company still trying to find product/market fit.
I am very interested in it, but have only been in my current PM role for about 7 months.
Lots left to do and would hate to just leave them right now.
How would you approach this?
I’m an HR Manager for a small (41 employee) company in Chicago. I make $70,000 a year no bonuses. I’m SHRM-CP and PHR certified with four years experience and a masters in HR. Am I underpaid?
Average salary for a Copywriter in the Boston area with 3 years of experience at their agency?
I’m hoping to make the jump from Jr. at my upcoming review and wondering how much to ask for. All those online salary calculators I can find average me at about 62k….but asking for that would be a nearly 50% raise.
I know to take those calculators with a grain of salt, so figured I’d ask around here too.
Hi all, I have a meeting scheduled with my manager next week for growth opps. I will be in a community management and entrepreneur support role at a non-profit. Can anyone guide me what should be my ballpark salary ask/ how to negotiate? What should that role look like(it’s going to be a new role)
What are transitions for a third or fourth year big law m&a attorneys?
What is reasonable comp for those positions?
AE comp question: has anyone seen commission being paid out on a monthly bases for annual deals closed? Reasoning is that company gets monthly payments
Eg: $12k deal, 5% commission, I get paid $50/mth instead of a $600 on closing
Anyone know what full-time remote project manager salaries are, for those who work in healthcare? How do you get into something like that? I’m currently in my mid 20’s and manage ambulatory medical clinics, after previously managing nursing homes, with my bachelors in healthcare Administration but am honestly getting burnt out in my current role.
I haven’t gotten a promotion since starting the company (Gangnam style, I wanna be a billionaire era). Some of my peers have been promoted to director & vp, others have been downsized since the pandemic. I like my team, but I feel like I’m allowing mgmt to take financial advantage of me. By now, is the only way to get paid my worth to jump ship?
Compensation plan is not available in allsec and we have to submit the compensation before 17th right
What could be the reason ?
Looking to have an idea of average salary for a Talent Acquisition Advisor. White collar with 3 years experience including agency time. In Western Australia
I have 6 years of experience in IT Servicre Management , looking for a job change . I have experience in Change , Incident , CMDB and Request .
Please help guys!
So apparently external hires such as managers are being paid more than seniors managers who stayed longer at Big4. How is that fair.
How much did your engagement ring cost?
New home office view this week
Unpopular opinion - Scrum Master is not a real job. There would be minimal to zero impact on a team without a SM.
Looking to transition from a design lead role to a more managerial/director role. What do you feel are important attributes and experiences required to make a shift to a more managerial/director or team leadership position. What is expected of such a role?
I’m planning to go explore opportunities outside PA but i’m not sure where to go if internal audit or corporate accounting, i just want a relax schedule and same time a growth opportunity.any tho
I received an offer from a quant fund. My offer letter doesn’t explicitly state my role/position, it is nyc based, and that it’s full time. It also doesn’t provide benefits breakdown, just a blanket statement that I’m eligible. I’ve spoken to the recruiter about these items, but general response is that this is standard for the company. To me this is all very strange and I feel it should be defined more. Does this sound normal to others? Can’t tell if i should push on this more or leave it.
I am so bummed!!!! I’ve been doing rounds and rounds of interviews with a company since June and after discussing benefits and salary just last Friday, they went with another candidate. I was for sure I had it in the bag 😓 Back on the hunt we go!
I got variable pay of 1 lack, two times after April's appraisal (so total 2 lack). I didn't had variable component mentioned in offer letter, but it was showing up in hr portal. Now payroll people are calling me and asking me to return the 1 lack saying it was done by mistake. What should I do?
Have a current HELOC for $100k at 3.25%. Haven’t tapped anything on it but we are considering some renovations that would probably be in the $150k range. Just confirmed I can increase my HELOC to $150k but now at 3.75. I feel like I should take it and at least have the option to use it or cash when we renovate. Or do I stick with what I have because of the rate increase?
Hello Friends, What is Grade 6 in GSK and what it translates to Market roles like Manager or Sr Manager or Associate Director. What will be the base package for Grade 6 for Cloud Solutions Architect
Am about to get offer in CG..in SAP technology with 5.5 yrs of experience..what ctc can I negotiate..pls pour ur thoughts..
Currently a Sr PM in-house in Chicago area, and up for a promotion. What is this step in the agency realm? Role is sort of a Jr manager role over other PMs, larger role in crafting processes and structures of work within creative studio and working with execs to drive change/work, and owning large complex bodies of work. Is anyone willing to share salary in similar role?
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I need to figure out how to make a series of downloadable PDFs interactive. Things like checklists or expense tables that include calculation functionality. Client provided working examples but has no idea how they were created. Looked at acrobat but any active fields retain a light blue box, which I get is to indicate interactivity but samples from client are white. Indd seems to offer similar functionality but I can’t get it to work despite tutorials. Anyone have experience w a similar sitch?
What are some tips to hire talented Product Designers? We have a senior position open and I’d love to give some guidance to our team as we haven’t had any strong applicants apply. Specific job boards? Forums? Online communities?
Meta or Toyota?
Thoughts? I’m thinking Toyota because the no layoff culture and the current economic climate.
Meta is a contract, but it pays almost 2x as match and Toyota pays me about the same as my current job. What would you suggest?
What's the quickest way to get to making the most money as a designer? (Currently UK, large tech company, UX)
How many portfolio pieces do you show during an interview? I’m applying for a UX UI position and they want me to share my work
Heads up y'all!
The company Poised is hiring for a Lead Product Designer, 100% remote, hq-ed in San Francisco. One of their co-founders reached out to me directly this week, so it's a solid lead 🥳
I'm personally not on the market, but thought I'd share with all the Design Fishies here who may be looking!
What’s it like working as a full time graphic designer for an agency/firm (not in-house designer for a company)?
What’s the best way to get into UX/UI design? I’m a traditional in-house senior graphic designer but at my job it’d be a helpful skill to know. Did you guys just do a boot camp or separate trainings? What worked for you?
Thoughts on portafolio on Behance vs portfolio on my own website (I am a UX/UI Designer)
I am getting ready to apply to jobs and my portfolio is on Behance right now. I have a feeling that is better to have it on my own website but I think is just tooo much 🥲 plus I have to pay smh
Anyone transition from Adobe Xd to Figma? Was the transition hard or are they similar in usability and function?
Hey gang, lately I have been thinking if I got underpaid. Graduated from master school right after 2020 pandemic and started by 68K as UXD in digital sales company based in NYC. With 2 YOE the salary went up by 3% and 5% average promotion. Now it comes up to 75K w/ 6K bonus. What do you think of this? My manager honestly told me I was underpaid during 1-1 but since he was newly hired not long ago, he told me he has no solution at the moment. Thinking of starting a new position...
So I've heard from a bunch of people that working as a Product Designer at a FAANG company isn't as glamourous as people make it out to be.
Is there any truth to this? Or is it just bitter people who didn't get hired?
I've heard the work life balance is tough, and that people usually leave after less than 1.5 years because the churn is crazy.
Is it worth going for FAANG companies or nah?
Hey! I’m looking to upgrade my personal laptop to MBP M1 chip. However one of the biggest things I keep debating between is the 8GB and the 16GB of ram. My workflow is basically standard print, branding and photo stuff. I don’t do any motion or video work personally. Anyone have any recs on which amount of RAM would work out best?
Building a team in LA. Looking for a resource for junior designers with a range of skills. DM for more details.
Gusto I’m a product designer hoping to switch industries from the public sector to private. I am struggling because I’m starting to see a lot of pushback on the fact that I don’t have industry specific work. So I’m really curious how much working in a specific industry effects your career path.
I’m looking at some fintech jobs but ultimately want to work in hrtech? Like gusto, lattice, etc. would that potentially prevent that switch?
Lead Designer with 10 years experience making 89. Current role over 3 years with no movement upward. Tripled their general workload to increase the revenue for company by millions. What’s an appropriate amount in $$$ to request a raise. Or is it time to make a leap? Designer to Art Director elsewhere?
I feel like the work in my portfolio doesn't reflect who I am currently. Does anyone else feel this way?