Where should I take a Skype interview midday?
Can we automatically fire people who say "hi" on Slack and never respond? Its not chat. Slack doesn't interupt your screen if you are presenting. Get with the times, it's 2020. Just tell me what you want!
How many of you use Skype and not Teams?
Are your kids actually learning stuff on Zoom? How are schools doing exams? I can barely pay attention to a Netflix movie
Anyone interested in a zoom networking event since that seems to be the norm nowadays. Thought?
Tried Facebook Rooms yesterday for a call. It was good until the sound cut out. Hangouts has terrible video quality. Zoom has a 40 minute limit for the fee version. Skype is so 2019. What’s your video conference platform of choice including Pros and cons?
Anyone want to study for the CPA over zoom? I hate studying alone and feel it would be better with a group everyday. Let me know if interested!!
Used this as my Zoom background today. Kept getting strange looks from the Partners but not sure why....
If you miss a zoom meeting your bosses are on as well as other attorneys because you overslept where you were supposed to share some updates on cases you are working on as part of the conversation, do you apologize and tell them you missed your alarm OR make something up (white lie) of something that came up that you had to deal with?
Does Slack have an office in India?
My CEO is literally *always* on Slack. 5 am? Online. 11 pm? Online. Saturday, Sunday, holidays? Online. I know I’m not really expected to work around the clock (though I often do), but having him never, ever not be online is stressing me out. How do y’all deal with this? Just put it out of your mind?
Would you hold a zoom issue against an applicant during an interview? I had a recruiter fail to send me a password for a meeting so we started 15 minutes late and I’m wondering how that looks internally. My gut says it doesn’t matter but I’ve never worked at a major firm.
Accepted two jobs and they both have training around the exact same time, on zoom. Even if I push back one job another week, the training times still conflict. I accepted two jobs based upon the income that I need and nothing else being out there. Any suggestions?
How often do you talk to your staff and director? Started a new job in industry and we are still WFH. I’m still pretty new and would normally stop by to talk to people. We don’t have regular team meetings. So I guess Skype message is my only option, but check in once a week? This is outside of work emails, just to chat. I don’t want to be annoying and want to get to know my new coworkers. Any advice appreciated for this introvert.
What’s the best way you relay marketing information to sales? Have mostly relayed info about accounts active on our website/ registering for webinars via email to our sales team, and recently moved those alerts to slack. What works for you?
I gotta say, I'm really tired of getting prepped for my endless zoom meetings, staying on camera, and looking engaged while my clients look bored and text each other. It's just plain rude and I'm over it.
If you’ve interviewed via Zoom/WebEx/Teams etc. recently, did you use your personal computer or work computer? My personal laptop is old and the camera is nowhere near the quality of my work laptop. Is it crazy to use my work laptop? Side note - the interview is via Microsoft Teams, which we use in my office for internal communications. I’m comfortable with the using the platform, but have no idea how meeting info is stored.
Interviewing for a role at Apple but found the same role at Meta this week. I applied to the position and reached out to a few recruiters via LinkedIn (haven’t received a response, sure they are swamped). Meta is remote whereas Apple is not, really hoping I can interview at Meta as the role is a perfect fit. Am I to late to do a referral? Would anyone be willing to help? Thank you in advance!!
boutique vs. big 4 vs. MBB? Pros and cons.
Salary expectations for traveling consultant with 2 years of sales & consulting experience? (traveling 75% - 90% of the time to and on client site)
What does your company's parental leave policy look like (Primary / non-primary caregiver)? Trying to get a sense of what's competitive in the marketplace
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Do most VC’s operate like a start up? Just got an offer and they don’t even have a benefits sheet for me to look at (like a mobile stipend, gym stipend, etc.). Literally just base comp, carry, PTO. And haven’t met a single person from HR. Is this normal or a bad sign?
Does anyone on H1B visa work In USA and stay in Canada on PR ? Is it possible to maintain both?
Guys what teams/space should I target if I absolutely do not want to work on making presentation Ideal work would be something related to programming and very little client presentation/requirement gathering
Maternity Leave? I’m trying to plan some time out to have my first child and work predominately with older men so this is unchartered territory. Any tips?
I’m getting a bit tired of rotating between “hey all/folks/team”, what are some other gender neutral replacements for “hey guys”?
Traveling home for the holiday tomorrow morning- likely drunk, w/ a suitcase full of dirty clothes... Just like the old college days.
What firms do you think do the best job of staffing wherein you're able to get off the bench easily have the most flexibility in choosing projects outside your team?
I got a verbal offer from one of big 4 and the 💰 is decent. Here is my hesitation : I want to go truly because I want to grow to be a leader. I am a Sr. DS, specialize in financial risk analytics. I want to join Big4 ( as SA -DS) so I can learn what's new in the industry and see if I can contribute to white papers. Am I too naive? 🤔 I just read so many negative comments about Big4 and really got me thinking....
So I live in a state that offers paid family medical leave and my company makes me manage applications with the state. I am supposed to get part of my paycheck from the state and part of it from short term disability (managed by Sedgwick who are THE WORST.) I received no guidance from HR on the type of leave I needed to apply for with the state so followed the instructions I was given by the state. Apparently I was supposed to file for a different type of leave and now no one is paying me…
I need help on deciding what position to take. I current have 2 offers on the table. One is a business systems analyst position dealing with Agile and project management. The other is a Technical Business Analyst dealing with PowerApps, Power Automate, SharePoint and Agile. Which position could open doors to more options in the future?
For the past month+ my wife has been relegated to WFH and her company said they don’t see this ending for a couple months. I no longer have any alone time to decompress. How do I bring this up to her?
Considering a mini pivot from growth/performance marketing to a product marketing role and hoping for a gut check from those who have done both. I'm trying to move away from the transactional culture of growth marketing, which feels like a numbers game. I'm also intrigued by product management and user research, but not ready to invest in that bigger leap, so product marketing seems like a half-step to get more exposure to those teams. Am I on the right track here? Any advice on the transition?
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