I'm having a offer from TCS. Currently I'm having 4.5 YOE. They are offering me IT Analyst (C2) and Tech is Cyber Security.
Attached is the Salary break-up. Kindly let me know is it a good opportunity or not.
Also, please let know what will be my in-hand salary.
Too many meetings, is dreadful. Are you a person who wings it going into a meeting or do you prepare?
Can anyone please let me know if LTI onboarding is going to be virtual or physical onboarding?
Hello! Question for anyone that works at Google if I have hit my 3 applications per 90 days can I still apply to an additional role through a referral link? Or will I have to wait until the 90 days is up? Actually asking for a friend that doesn’t have this app 😊 thanks in advance for any insight.
Could anyone help me in knowing that how can I apply for projects within Capgemini?
Does HCL provide a buyout option for reduction of Notice period to its employees. If yes then how much is the amount required is it complete month's salary or only basic salary.
Our company bought another and there was a integration in-person meeting last week. Many folks were invited to go. I was not. I lead analytics/reporting team.
Now, my team and I are getting projects stemming from this conference. I was not invited so didn't get to speak on what we can do. Now reporting is needed and data is not available.
First in-person meeting after 2+ years. Would have enjoyed facetime with peers. How do I share my frustrations with my manager who didn't invite me?
Hi! New member here! Can I get some likes to unlock private messaging please? 🥺 please accept these pretty flowers as an appreciation. Thanks in advance!!
Agencies that hire international folks? (Mid- senior level) I know it’s subjective and depends on your book etc but some straight up ghost you after they realize you don’t have an American passport.
Just saw a 1 page article about the Rolex Air King in April’s GQ. Anyone see it? Thoughts on the Air King? Author was super high on it.
Needing a third party opinion because I feel like my boyfriend isn’t over his ex but he says he is.
We’ve been together for a year and over time I’ve started to notice that a lot of his interests/things he does/quirks/etc are based off his ex. They were together for 4 years so I kind of understand, but at the same time I question if he has any sense of individuality. I haven’t been in any super serious relationship until this one so I’ve had time to find my independence. What do yall think?
Has anyone had their salaries adjusted after telling their team/HR that you will need to go remote? Wondering how much adjustment I should expect and how negotiable it is.
How do I teach a guy to not give me hickeys when we make out/hook up. I ended up with 3 today 🙃
How do I explain that everything that was listed in job posting at my current position is not what the company has been having me do? I put in my resume what was posted because I know I capable of these requirements. Also what I have been doing doesn't coincide with what they are paying me. Ie I'm being severely over paid.
How do you keep your energy levels high during the day? I’m so tired by the time it’s 6PM that I can get nothing done!
So I did a lot of work upfront this summer/fall to get my areas in a good shape. And today I learned they are giving those areas to someone else and I am being put in charge of an area that’s a hot mess 🙃 learned my lesson not to do extra work, since it’s only rewarded with more work.
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Anyone here in the Law/Privacy department at Salesforce? Would really appreciate any insights you can share- what do you love? Hate? What do you wish you knew before joining? Toughest part of the gig?
Does anyone deal with constant disrespect in the workplace due to their age ? It’s crazy how secretaries are placed on a pedestal here because they are older and I guess have been here longer? But it’s becoming so draining. Beyond the petty things, I requested off for an event months ago and am now being told I may need to come in because the secretary requested off too( even though I told her about the day off months ago. For background there is an alleged rule that we cannot both be off)
Second year corporate/ECVC associate (not big law), losing my job for sure next week (long story short I screwed up and I’ve been frozen out ice cold). Started interviewing already, should hear back from a firm next week and have two more interviews as well. Has anyone recovered from being let go while actively searching? How did you handle it?
My friend thought I went to law school to become a paralegal and assumed I was a paralegal. Should I assume she is ignorant or just thinks there’s no way I can be a lawyer?
Is there a corporate / transactional job out there where you work predictable hours, maybe a weekend here and there each month, but are able to maintain some semblance of a life? I’m a 3rd year assoc and enjoy my work, but need time for certain personal things (family, health). I have an MBA and am willing to move into more of a business driven role. Recently went from a V50 to a large boutique and still haven’t found much improvement in schedule control. Does in house do this or is that a myth?
Born poor, made partner at 35, bought parents a home. Idk if this is success but I feel really good
Recruiters are completely, utterly useless and will do nothing but waste your time. Change my mind. Just venting.
Our firm has a flexible work from home policy for attorneys only. I’m in a small office and I feel guilty working from home when our paralegals cannot. One of our paralegals started just before the pandemic and feels entitled to work from home to the point where she threatens to leave over it. I don’t agree with the policy being 100% limited to attorneys but I want to work from home!
What are your holiday networking emails.
Reaching out after some time and hope you've been well during the panny. Have a great holiday szn.
How do you tow the fine line between sticking up for yourself and not talking back to a partner? For context, our firm has seemingly started making a paper trail for layoffs and I disagree with some of the emails that I have received. I want to respond in a way that covers my own ass. However, I don’t want to piss anyone off, especially if I have read the situation incorrectly.
Is there some particular training that partners attend where they learn the most effective ways to drop work on associates at 5pm on Fridays? There are partners who literally give me no work Monday-Friday 4:59pm, but somehow feel entitled to drop crap on me at 5pm every Friday!!!
Any tips on how to keep my plate full with work? I just moved from civil legal services to Biglaw as a staff attorney (9 YOE), and I’m looking for strategies on how to get work from partners. They know I’m new and I have gotten some matters to work on, but I find myself out of billable work by the afternoon (and today, by 10am). I check in with different people each day to ask if there are things I can work on, but what else can I be doing (that isn’t going to annoy the shit out of ppl)? TIA!
Divorce attorneys - are assets required to be divided 50-50 in California, or would I be able to negotiate a better deal for myself? What if we went through mediation instead?
Has anyone considered going back to school?
My laptop died. IT needs to check it physically. I’m 300 miles away from the nearest office and 1000 miles away from my office. I’ll be driving there first thing tomorrow - if you were a partner, would you be pissed that I’ll probably have to take a day off even if I’m at an office? Is it my fault that I’m out of town?
Any tips on transitioning from large non-profit law firm to mid-large private practice? I currently practice primarily consumer law and bankruptcy. I previously practiced housing law. I've only been practicing for 2 years. However, prior to law school I was in corporate banking and finance doing financial analysis and M&A due diligence work for about 10 years. I would ideally like to work in corporate/finance/business transactional law.
Anyone have a good response to RFP template/sample? Jury rigging something right now but, man, there has gotta be a better way.
To experienced attorneys at large employers, has anyone tried starting a small side practice in a different area of law (wills & trusts, for example) and succeeded in building it out over time? Notwithstanding my present employer being happy/okay with this, curious as to the feasibility when I have no real experience in the practice area.
Would like a separate law-related side hustle to potentially build into my full time work down the road. Thanks.
No.1 most frustrating aspect of practicing less than 2 years is reading job posts that ALL require 3 or more years of experience. How are we supposed to gain experience if we’re never given a chance?
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Writing cover letters, creating files if you use paper files or organizing digital ones, scanning documents and putting them in the appropriate files for secretaries. For paralegals, drafting discovery, doing a first review of discovery you receive to pull important docs, proofreading and cite checking briefs or contracts.
Depending on your field, either can do basic efiling and service. We regularly do removals to federal court and my attorney just gets everything together including completing the civil coversheet and I can file and serve everything.