Just turned down a job opportunity that wanted me to do a crazy case study/data analysis task at the HR screening stage (haven’t even met the hiring manager yet) and I don’t feel bad at all ✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼
I don’t really have much patience for people who have no meeting rsvp etiquette. I understand that it’s just business but if you can’t attend a meeting just let me know especially if the meeting is for you. And if you continuously miss it then i won’t try anymore.
Partners - how are we doing? As a business, we can’t see the numbers - so good to understand if we are okay? I really wish there was like a graph or something that everyone could see
I’m looking to create a virtual war room for a large scale broadcast campaign that our creative team is starting to develop concepts for, but everything I’ve been looking into (google docs, Dropbox, Miro) just doesn’t quite measure up to the physical space we’re used to using in our office. Anyone have luck working with a digital platform that they’d recommend?
How do you get recruiters to give you a salary band for a job? Every time I ask they dance and say, “oh money won’t be an issue.” and ask me for a number first.
Any one trying to play smash at work while our ADs bust their ass trying to push out everything before Christmas?
I’ve always wanted a job (or so I thought) where I got consistent feedback that was more than “you’re doing a great job” or “keep doing what you’re doing”. Now that I’m actually getting the constructive feedback I hoped for I find myself becoming less motivated when I hear it and feeling overwhelmed when I try to figure out how I can do better. Advice?
Political contributions. DEL 1.9M (30% to D, 70% to R); EY PAC 1.8M (37% to D, 63% to R); PWC PAC 1.5M (34% to D, 66% to R); KPMG $1.1M (35% to D, 65% to R); BAH $0.2M (76% to D, 19% to R);
So true 😆
I have been in PA calls all day, both C & M. There is a lot of tough discussions, but I would not call it a “Blood Bath”. Most, if not all, CCs were well prepared and advocated for their counselees. Keep your head up.
Has anyone tried the idea of swapping creative teams with another company’s in-house team for a one-off project? Thinking it would be nice to give the creative teams a change of pace by working a different brand.
Oh. I had 10% participation this week ☹️ Also, I’m starting to feel bad about how much I’m not missing the classroom. I’m really liking this, tbh. Anyone else?