I’ve been laid off and, as I embark on my job search, I’d like to keep my marketing skills sharp. Any recommendations on must read books, or resources?
90% sure I’m about to be fired for sexual harassment (more detail in comments). Should I resign before I’m fired?
Dear all, I have been impacted by Covid layoff and looking forward to an opportunity in data analytics. I am available immediately. I was working for a product startup but they had to ramp down the India team. Kindly refer me. Present CTC: 24LPA INR Experience: 5.5 years Organisation Name: Khoros Designation: Senior Data Analyst Past organisations: Deloitte, TCS Expected CTC is my current one. I will be grateful if you help me during these times. Thank you.
Anyone know when holiday layoffs are being scheduled for this year? First week of December or end of January?
My firm sent an email yesterday saying their tracking billable hours DAILY. It’s either they don’t think we’re working from home or about to have some layoffs 🤷🏼♀️
Lots of my ad friends have been laid off recently and are having trouble finding jobs in NYC. Wanted to share to give us all perspective in a place with so much job-hate talk.
Got fired today. All my above the line work got positive nods. My CD was overly picky about every word in my email blasts and collateral. I’m sure that’s what did it. Luckily I have a produced radio spot, another on the way, and tv spot being shot this month. Any advice?
I raised some issues in my team, and now all the male members are telling me “no need to interact with us”. And labeling me as assuming things and that they “never said” anything. All my work credit has been taken away and said they will do it, I don’t need to. I feel helpless and that I’ll get fired, these powerful people won’t let me live here.
Advice Needed: Last month I was laid off from work, however, since have been able to secure another position with another firm (located 90 minutes from my house in a more rural part of the state) doing real estate closings. Aside from the commute and the work (not incredibly fulfilling or challenging) the job is fine. I do consider myself incredibly fortunate to be employed during these challenging times. Do I aggressively continue my job search or wait until the beginning of the year?
Does anyone else feel like they’re consistently having to prove themselves every day? I don’t mean usual “trying to go above and beyond at work” I mean the nagging feeling that you might get fired if you don’t accomplish every email task or chat request that may or may not be directed to you. Constantly anxious at this job.
I’m feeling lost. I’m in my 30s and my career has been mediocre and now there is the prospect of layoffs. I haven’t had a romantic relationship last longer than a few months and I don’t have any close friends. I feel like I am failing on every front and I don’t know how to turn it around. I feel like I need some radical change but can’t figure it out Anyone have similar experience and was able to find a way out?
For those who have been laid off, what does it look like right before? (like HR schedules a meeting with you?). I have this really bad pit in my stomach. No trolling or sarcastic stuff please.
Recently laid off from Sr. Consultant role in energy in Houston. 4 years exp in supply chain/procurement and 2 in consulting (mainly tech PM work aka scrum). Have my MBA and PSM 1 cert. I know opportunities are far and few between right now, but looking for either energy or supply chain consulting role. Open to travel once resumed. If anyone is aware of a need, I'd appreciate the help!
People who have had confidence knocks: how did you get it back? I was laid off, 6M out of work, had therapy, now freelancing but I’m slow af. It’s like my brain only works in 2nd gear now.
So I've read quite a few comments regarding race based discrimination in the layoff process at EY and Deloitte. This can't possibly be true though right?
When someone gets fired/laid off but they keep their previous title/agency on LinkedIn, does anyone ever tell them to change it?
Just wanted to remind my fellow creatives that agencies need us more than we need them. It’s important to be respectful, but don’t be afraid to speak up, push back, ask for a raise, ask for time off or quit. The value we bring to the table is fundamental, very hard to replace and is often overlooked by us and leadership. Agencies everywhere are in overdrive mode and creatives are being overworked to keep the engine moving. Make sure you’re compensated properly for it.
Would you ever ask for a raise in a lockstep firm? I have billed enough hours over target consistently since the start of my career (500-800 hours over every year) that I am well over a year’s worth of target hours ahead. I think there is no chance, but thought I’d ask the question here just in case!
Need a freelance Sr. Copywriter 8/6-8/20 to work on social - social ads, static feeds, carousels for a mattress brand. Do you have a bunch of social, are you available and nice? Fully remote. Reach out to me :)
I’m an audit 3rd year associate trying to make the jump to operations consulting but haven’t had any luck with interviews. Any tips/tricks on improving with that? I’ve applied to other big 4, boutique firms etc.
When you’re about to give notice but they are bringing you on new client project’s…. Sorry…
My team is trying to find a better way to track talent. We have an ATS we like for everything but tracking the talent pipeline. Anyone have good one off tools they use for talent pipeline tracking? Even better if it integrates with Microsoft Teams.
Might be a paranoid mom question - my 16 month old is starting daycare next week. So far, I’ve had virtual interviews/meet and greet sessions with the daycare staff. Today we went in for our in-person orientation and I noticed that my child is the only non-white kid in his class of 8. Not entirely shocking, but in my head (and having seen pictures in their catalog) I was hoping there would be a little more diversity. Should I be worried about my kid feeling left out because he looks different?
Had my final round interview earlier this week with a Director at a FAANG company. During the interview he asked me which clients my projects were at and I hesitated but ultimately named them. How bad of an idea was that?
I hope everyone is taking the opportunity to get out and vote for candidates that are PRO EDUCATION! Our votes can impact us, our students, our colleagues, etc. (By the way, our Union shared how many educators are not taking advantage of voting and those votes would have flipped some races to PRO EDUCATION CANDIDATES!).
Hi, I have more than 5+ years of experience in Performance Testing and engineering. I do not want to continue in tech. Want to switch to management. So planning to do a PMP course. Really confused about the consequences after the course, whether I'll be able to successfully get a management role or not. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions for me? Any guidance is appreciated.
First time in San Diego, staying in Gas Light. I'm solo the next two days followed by gf coming. Food/spot recommendations? Please! 😄
Tech consulting (cloud) offers. Which one to choose? Accenture - Cloud Native Application Architect - 180K - 20K signon Insight DI - Architect I - 167K base + 10% bonus - 5K sign on Money & benefit wise acc. looks good but I am concerned about the WLB. Also, I interviewed for Cloud native sr. architect. Recruiter came back with 'great feedback' but is now asking me to apply for application architect. It doesn't make any sense to me. Is that normal? It seems there was a goof up from recruiter
Any fish familiar with the PWC payor/provider group? Specifically typical type of projects, team culture and size, and if I should apply or run for the hills? Career long Healthcare consultant here who's dabbled in Healthcare IT, provider operations, and provider strategy.
For US visa appointments in Canada - can I schedule an appointment in a location different than that of my DS 160? Does anyone have a recent experience with the Calgary consulate for L1B Blanket?
Is it even possible to get HSW with a low GPA (3.3-3.5 range) if you’re an ORM guy? Even if you went to top 20 undergrad, top GMAT (780-800), good work experience (top consulting firms+FAANG)?
As someone that struggles with discipline I admire this a lot, but the main take for me is “work for five or six hours”. Not 12, not even 8. Five to six hours. And he created a few masterpieces. Way better and way more substantial than any ad. I hate this idea that we need to be overworked to do great work. It is not true. It needs to stop.
Has anyone here (especially BCGers) taken a leave of absence in the past? Have you described it in the application as an employment break? If not, how’ve you explained your promotion isn’t on time?
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