I've been busting my ass trying to interview prep to transition from T2 consulting (EYP, S&, LEK) to UMM / MM PE but it seems like many 🐠 are unhappy with the constant grind / no WLB... Is it even worth it? I believe I would enjoy the work since I do a ton of DDs now (pay is obv a plus too) but I'm wondering if it's worth my mental health and happiness... Thoughts?
Can anyone help me to find a job in Legato, Bangalore? 12 yrs experience in US Healthcare.
How do you manage burn out? I have an extended leave coming up in the fall and I’m trying to hold on till then but I fear my my physical and mental health is at stake
Working on applications for academic positions (tenure-track), and finding it extremely difficult to write a research statement that is not too close to my current research that hiring faculty would think I lack originality, but also not too far-fetched/unrealistic or on topics that I find interesting but has insufficient knowledge/expertise.
I was told that I was the chosen candidate for a new role that I applied for which will be promotion, I just recently received my offer and was surprised and decided to start negotiating. My boss immediately said that this is offer, either take it or lose it and no negotiating, and was only given a day to decide whether I want it or not, so he repost the position, and was also told that I was going about it the wrong way for trying to negotiate, Is this wrong of me to negotiate?
I am in the midst of wrapping up my undergrad degree in Information Systems from the Beedie School of Business and was wondering if anyone was hiring for business analyst, project management, product, or finance related roles?
I’d highly appreciate some help!
Today I left my high paying sales job because of an extremely toxic company culture and boss. I was only 6 months into the job, but it was clear that it was doing more harm than good. I decided to leave without another job lined up to reevaluate my interests and make sure I wasn’t rushing into another job. Was that a crazy decision or am I doing the right thing taking time to figure out my next move?
Curious what the current Employee Referral Bonuses look like in B4 firms? As a smaller firm, our people are being inundated by recruiters, but also staff/seniors from B4 firms looking to poach, I assume because there is significant financial incentive. How good are the referral bonuses at your firm?
Hi! I’m an LPN with a Bachelors in Healthcare Administration. Anyone know of any remote positions? I have about 5 years of outpatient multi specialty experience along with care coordination experience. I have searched all over and haven’t had any luck finding anything remote.
Did anyone interview for doordash strategy and ops role?what to expect in interview rounds after take home assessment. Any ideas on what kind of cases do they give and what do they look for in behavioural interview
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Maxed out my 401k contributions for the year at EY. Joining a new firm this year that automatically has the employee contribute a few percent of their paycheck to a 401k. Any suggestions how I should approach so I don’t go over the limit?
I need advice.
I have been working in an interim role as a portfolio manager. I was promised that the role would be mine. However, after doing the job for 2 months, I have been advised that we might not get the funding for the role and I might not get the raise and the title but my responsibilities will be the same.
Its a political minefield.
How should I back out elegantly that I need to be compensated fairly and competitively from this mess without burning any bridges
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How’s Area 23’s culture? I saw they have some openings. I am coming from a previous agency that had a very toxic finger-pointing culture and disrespectful between account and project management, but willing to give one more try in pharma before I call quits…..
Hi! So I’ve just received an offer for a product owner role at Revolut, to be based in Berlin. I’ve heard about the toxic culture there, and that is something I’m hesitating about. Any opinions, positive and negative?
Is anyone out there fairly happy with their role/firm? I’m considering moving to tax from audit because I’m much more interested in tax and feel it provides more value but it sounds like the hours can be even worse so I’m hesitant.
Can someone help with a company name or may be a referral as well in Delhi/NCR region for a job that can pay more than 30 LPA fixed. I am currently on notice holding a 26 LPA (24 fixed) offer from a product based company, yoe: 6.5, current ctc : 12.98 LPA, tech stack: AWS, Devops, Python, Cloud security, Nginx and Splunk. Any leads appreciated 🙏🙏
There is a new job opening in Novartis in their GDO digital division. Anyone intrested can apply..
M1 salaries in LA?
Mazespin beats Schumacher. Where are the haters?
Anyone know if google sponsors US visa for EU citizens not living in the US? (Planning to move to NYC)
Anyone working for globallogic here ? How is their immigration team , I am evaluating an offer from them and they are saying they will start my GC process in the first month. Is that reliable ?
What has your marketing goal been for this month? How far along are you to meeting your goal?
Hi fishes. Need a job urgently in Market Research / consulting / strategy / analytics domain.
Does anyone else here have a hospitality management degree? Do you think it was worth it?
Thoughts on leaving the firm for industry job in tax as staff with 1 year experience. My main goal is a better WLB, I want a 40hr week. Will industry jobs provide that for me at relatively the same pay?
My lease ends soon and I really want out of the city, but don’t have family I can stay with. Should I try and put things in storage and rent something furnished short term or actually move and hope we don’t have to be back in the office until 2021/spring 2021?
How is the status of the job market currently? I heard from colleagues looking for a new job say it’s terrible out there. While news articles say there are still a lot of places hiring.
Any good book recommend about Procurement I should read? Started recently, and still confused about all the different letters used. P2P, Source 2 Contract, diff between contract and vendor management.
Anyone know how to deal with an MD who's retaliating on having HR called on them? For context this MD is know for treating their direct reports with disrespect and has been going on for years.
Looking for a place to spend next 10+ years, invest in my team and the work, at a place who will do the same and invest in me. Am I looking for a unicorn? I just want to make beautiful things in NYC!
Is there a point at which joining a high growth startup in a S&O role is difficult without taking a big pay cut? My trajectory will be:
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Anyone in the community working at Alvarez and Marsal in London who would be open to chat and maybe referral?
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I was just offered an RN II position at Stanford Hospital’s B3 unit for $84/hour. Are there any RNs out there who can tell me what it’s like working on the unit and if it’s worth leaving my job for? I love my current job, my schedule and the people. I have no problems with it except that it’s 1.5 hours away from my family and it pays $25/hour less than Stanford.
Also, do you think it’s too late to ask if I can visit the unit before I make my decision? Thanks in advance.
Please help me understand if I should accept this position or not?
I was working as a regular staff therapist for 2 years at an assisted living when just 2 weeks back the HR approached me with an offer to work at a newly opened senior living, so basically I will helping them set up that location from scratch, open it and get it running. For doing all this they have not even clearly offered me a promotion, raise or a change in position. What should I do?
Pay them, make productivity standards achievable, incentivize high performance, and look at culture. In that order.
This is the one.
Sometimes it is pay, sometimes it’s leadership. You can have a great paycheck but if your leadership team is having issues, (most common example comes to mind is internal clicks not just between employees but the management team as well)the employees will pick up on that right away. Employees don’t want to deal with toxic selective boss all day. Some will stay for the money, but at some point they will start having mental health issues from working in a toxic environment, causing them to quit .
Lack of communication and directive I’ve noticed a lot as a DSP.
So who are the employees leaving and who is staying??
My guess is the employees staying are the ones who are away from their desk chatting and calling in all the time??
From my current experience, the people leaving are probably your good, dependable employees. They are leaving because there is no accountability. You have people walking around chatting and calling in because there are no repercussions. There are no repercussions because management is scared of losing the employees that they do have. The only employees staying in toxic work environments are those who have it exactly the way they like it, or they won’t move even if they are miserable because they are more afraid of change.
I am leaving my current employer because there is no accountability. I work my but off while others do the bare minimum, play on their phones, or vanish for 30 minutes to over an hour. Management won’t do anything about it, and im sick of it. So they will lose a hard worker who cares and keep the ones they don’t like!!
Hold your employees accountable. They have to have consequences to their actions or you will continue to be in this predicament.
Yes, you hit it on the head. Accountability
I honestly think the younger ones don’t want to work
It has nothing to do with "being young". None of us want to work for companies who do not take care of their employees. Employers and managers get the respect they give. Most employers expect more, faster, better, cheaper. Employees are scrutinized for questioning anything or asking for respect and treated as an equal? I'm sure you're probably aware of why employees don't want to stick around. If not, you should do exit interviews. Quote of the year "What have you done for me lately?"... Janet Jackson
Pay & Leadership quality are the first areas I would review for improvement. Does your team feel valued &/or supported? Is there any morale whatsoever?
I get unhappy when I am expected to take on more responsibility without compensation.
More likely Management
Ding ding ding
Have one on one’s with your staff to find out how they feel. Make sure that they feel valued as an employee and not just a body in a seat.
I would not do one on ones if the leadership is the problem they will probably attempt to tell the person what they want to hear to feel safe
What are the reasons they are leaving? Is it pay, is it management issues, burn out,? You have to figure out the why before you scan figure out the how.
As someone who has employees that rarely ever voluntarily leave, it is completely your fault. Unfortunately, it may be due to circumstances you have no control over like salary. However, if they are paid competitively, I will offer a few things I’ve learned in 25 plus years of leadership. 1. Hire the right people and don’t micromanage. If a person is trained, you should let them do their thing. If you need to interact directly daily or even weekly, you’re hiring the wrong people. Let their individual talents and skills shine. People work in different ways. 2. Do not have a personal relationship with any employee. 3. Never act on the word of one employee that has a complaint without getting feedback from every person involved. 4. Say THANK YOU every day. 5. Acknowledge EVERY above and beyond activity with a hand written note and a small gift card. However, if you don’t pay well and that’s the issue, there’s nothing you can do to achieve loyalty. People need to be paid their value.
employees always calling out
This is exactly what my company is going through right now. Well said! It’s the changes implemented by the C suite level without care and consideration that are resulting in heavy burnout rates. I’m getting ready to move on.
Likely the issue is due to leadership or pay, although the latter, I've come to find out is almost always less likely.
Treat people with respect and recognize their hard work and you will fix the problem.
Lead by example. Don’t expect employees to do something you would not do.
It might be pay BUT— I’d take a long hard look in the mirror. Often times it’s management
Share a little background on how long they stay, what the turnover is like, do they talk to you about why they are unhappy? What profession?
You haven’t hired me yet 🙂 and managers never understand employees when it comes to real life problems ask them how’s things outside of work if u see we are down with the type of job we do like RCA work or CNA talk to us like we are normal people not like robots or slaves
It’s probably pay.
Have you tried doing an anonymous survey on what you could do to make things better for your employees? In my experience, when people can be honest without having to give their name, this is the best way to get the information you want.
But also, on the back side of that. Make sure if you do that, listen!!! Put things into place to make changes. If you really want people to stay, make them happier so they want to stay!!
Accountability for the bad employees also. Pay is not the only reason employees stay. They want to feel appreciated. That doesn’t mean chips for everyone. Night crew also never feels appreciated. They always get left overs or nothing after presentation in front of admin
Our newer generation nurses keep their mental health in mind ; things we should have done and did not .