DC Metro Area - Look to do something nice for the wife during quarantine. Looking for a nice hotel that has a pool,good food,spa for a night stay. Willing to drive up to 2 hours from DC. Suggestions?
Mid-level litigation associate in NY in the process of lateraling to another NYC big law firm. What are your experiences with signing bonuses / true up of year end bonus?
O'hare Missed flight Consultants meetup group - To all the folks who had missed their flight due to fucked up TSA lines, let's meet at some bar and try to make our day better 🍻
Has anyone else interviewed at Faire for a bizops role? Is it just me or is the take home case unnecessarily confusing?
I realized tuition reimbursement is the biggest Catch-22. We get 10k per year given the work hours and travel, it's nearly impossible to complete a part time masters degree
Has anyone worked with an MBA coach? If you think it’s total bs, why do you think that? Just looking for opinions here thanks
What do you say when you call an airline to ask for miles? /How many American miles should I ask for? My flight was delayed for hours and then canceled (not due to weather)
Got my first phone interview in over 7 years this week for a strategy position. What is covered in these intro calls? Any pointers?
Is there any way your coworkers could know ahead of time if somebody and who is getting fired soon? Or is it impossible for staffs/seniors to know this?
I'm just starting the traveling gig- any advice for airlines and hotel chains? I'm looking to build points quickly to earn a few free personal trips 😊
ACN contractor here with great client feedback and was invited to interview to the Oracle Cloud CX team at Lv8. Is it reasonable to ask for a signing bonus or is that a faux pas ?
What is the best credit card right now? I have mostly used my Marriott and Southwest for the points, but looking at other cards. Chase Freedom is not that great. Heard good things about Chase Saffire Reserve. Also thinking about non travel cards. And Amex. TIA!!!
I'm on L-1A...Employer files for an I-140 (in EB-1)...I get the I-140 approval....I get laid off.....I join a 2-year MS program (on F1) in US.....Post MS, an employer willing to file H1-B hires me.....New employer files for my I-140 (in EB-2). At this point, does my new I-140 priority date remain intact from first approved I-140?
what are the pros / cons to being “counseled out” after being on the bench for too long? Is there a severance package? Does it affect your track record with the former and new employer?
Successful writers, what are your thoughts on feedback where the client or even internal teams want to make copy about the story rather than the audience’s story? So “Meet x, who does x” instead
I want to quit so badly everyone on my team left for vacation since last week and I’m supposed to finish all of their work before they come back in another week
I can’t stop feeling so behind all the time. It seems like every one of my peers doesn’t have to worry about student loans, car insurance (paid by their parents still) etc. I keep thinking about how if I didn’t have all these bills I’d maybe have some savings that I could be proud of. Currently A2 making 65K in HOL and I feel like I’ll never be able to save up for a down payment or wedding or anything. Just feeling discouraged.