My team at sweetgreen has 2 Senior Technical Program Managers roles to fill in LA + OC. Base + bonus negotiable but could be high $100s to low $200s. Equity is on top of that. DM me for a referral!
I’m starting my own company and currently looking for a CTO. Their skill set would have to be in app dev specifically mobile. Would anyone be interested or know someone? Bonus if you like books!
Anyone else keep bombing their technical interviews? Starting to feel like I’m not as smart as I thought I was.. cue the imposter syndrome
Husband comes home Friday having bought a bunch of pull ups and books on potty training and declares he’s going to do it this weekend with our two year old. So much for a relaxing weekend!
I started dating someone ~3 months before quarantine, and now we’re both with our families and will be apart for a few months. Any creative ideas for Facetime dates we can do while apart?
Recruiter reached out for a finance project manager role at Google. Can anyone share their experience on what to expect in the intro calls and general role expectations?
Thoughts on Sid Lee Los Angeles? Wondering if they’re any good in terms of clients, pay and work life etc.
BTA -> C Compensation stats? I got 9.9% merit, 3.7% promotion, 0 bonus, 0 Market Adjustment. Is this good? What could be max merit ?Want to get an idea about what did others get going from BTA to C.
Everyday, my eyes are craving to sleep at this time. So I came back home and decided I’m gonna sleep like a baby. Movie done, dinner done, now I’m just staring the wall. 🤦♂️
Got word that they’ve already prohibited live trainings through 6/30. Have they prohibited all internal travel until 7/1?
Any cities seeing layoffs? Vancouver just laid off quite a few people from senior managers to staffs 😭🤯
Currently have 80k in a 2.2% in high yield savings. What are the best apps to use if I want to invest in stocks/ETFs without trading commissions. Currently use Robinhood for stocks
How do y’all deal with unsupportive family members and holiday career talk? Love my job, worked my ass off in 2019, and recently got a 23% raise/ promotion. Extended family are all in finance (cont.)
Is there a point when it’s too early to go in-house? I have about 1.5 years agency experience and interviewing for a great in-house job, but nervous that it’ll hinder future opportunities.