Hi my IBM sharks 👋🏻
Has anyone being on bench received automated mails from RoBoT_System@xxx.mail.ibm.com and been told something like this-
"This is in continuation of the multiple e-mails on the subject, right since you were 45 days away from your last assignment closure date. We expect that you understand your personal responsibility to get assigned to a relevant project within IBM, and also expect that you take steps to achieve the same"
Is this something to be worried about?
What are good questions to ask the interviewer that don't come off as generic in order to get a better understanding or insights about the company structure and culture. For example, I hate tell me about the company's culture or do you feel the company values a good work - life balance.
A gentle note: Many people posting here are not recruiters nor career counselors. I am happy to provide a referral to a role that you may be interested in, but I don't have the expertise (nor the time tbh) to sort through all of my company's listings to find the right one(s) for you. If I post a link to my company's career page, you should do your own legwork and search for the roles you want and then ask me to refer you to those roles.
Do you guys leave out reading material for your prospects/clients while they wait in your office? Thinking of magazine, newspapers, etc. to keep them occupied and make things less awkward
I'm a quality analyst from Amazon India looking for Data analytics roles. I have 2 years of experience here, and I have experience with SQL, Power BI, Python and Machine Learning algorithms, alongside the quality framework. I appreciate any help that I can get :) preferably within the e-commerce industry, but I'm not picky.
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Need fellow consultant thoughts: I’m currently in a pretty tech focused data analytics role (B4) and have an opportunity to move to industry in a technology strategy role. Worth moving on from the data analytics skillset?
Is this true ?
Aside from the low pay, one of my biggest gripes working at USDC was the culture. Working remotely has made work so much more bearable. Anyone else share my thoughts? I'm dreading the return to office - just thinking about working in the office is giving me PTSD 😂
AMZN, AAPL, MSFT, & GOOG are not going anywhere. Cloud computing and data are so big and I see no point in why people invest in other companies as a safety if these 4 giants run the world as we know it. How wrong am I?
I need a referral in Societe Generale. Can anyone please refer me.
I have job id and resume ready.
As a seasoned consultant with extensive experience in SharePoint and modern web development, what should be the expected compensation (base salary) now that I’m getting into Salesforce (as developer)?
Ritz Kapalua or Marriott Wailea Beach Resort? Ambassador status w/ Marriott, seems like neither offers free breakfast and upgrades less likely at RC. Have heard beach access is better at Wailea.
Anyone have experience buying during “Toyotathon”? Worth it? In the market for a used Highlander for my family but not sure if I should trigger now vs spring
Hey all - I’m looking for some feedback on my resume. Any fellow PMs who would be willing to provide some help or point me to some great templates you’ve used in the past? Thank you!!
Bought a circa 2000 16570. Normal for the bracelet to jingle a bit? It’s still pretty tight but a couple of the links near the clasp slightly jingle. I’ve never actually worn a SS bracelet before this so I don’t know if that’s normal.
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Didn't know how lonely this job could get sometimes, makes me wonder why I thought driving a truck across the country was a good idea
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CIPS is a well-recognized and highly respected institution when it comes to procurement and supply management. The diploma is well worth the investment, and will undoubtedly provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a successful career in this field.
CIPS is a globally recognised qualification and is definitely worth it. The diploma provides students with the ability to understand and manage complex procurement and supply operations in organizations of all sizes.
CIPS diploma is not worth it because the certification is not recognized by many employers. However, if it's for a specific job, you could ask your employer if it would help you in your career!
Considering your reply is an outlier can you let me know what is the better alternate?
CIPS is an internationally recognized certification in procurement and supply management. Earning the CIPS diploma can help individuals build a successful career in this field. The diploma is well worth the investment, as it can provide individuals with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in this field.