Not really sure what board is proper for this. But has anyone had an experience where your boss required paperwork for a raise? I started my job as an account manager at a less than reasonable salary, but I was under the impression that I would be able to grow and would have help. A lot of work is dumped on me at one time and all the responsibility falls to me, it's often way to much work for one person. I tried to negotiate a raise with my boss and lead with the fact that I was moving to the area and the salary was not conducive to rent here. He cut me off after my first point and said he'd figure it out. I never got to tell him about my workload. Long story short he required a lease agreement for me to get this raise. It took quite a while to get one... had a few places fall through. My landlord is in the middle of moving so was only able to forward me a PDF of the document that was unsigned, until she has time to meet. Now my boss wants a signed lease with all my roommates signatures too. This is not part of the contract I signed that simply says "provide a lease agreement"... tips?
Has someone ever used the work phone allowance towards an iwatch? I’m out of my well-being subsidy and up for a phone update, but will probably stick with a free phone and use it towards a device?
1 yo moved up to next class at daycare. Suddenly starts acting out, getting cranky, throwing food etc out from high chair. The crankiness is another level altogether. I saw some of this behavior
Anyone in the NYM area got the Covid-19 antibody test? I want to get tested at the City MD near me, but can't find any info on how much I will end up paying (on the UHC high deductible)
Hey Fish! What is the best advice you received at the beginning of your consulting career and / or what you think new hires should know?
Folks w. no kids - Please help people in your teams who might have to be away from their laptops more often to tc of children. Be self sufficient and take a lead, go above and beyond! We can do this!
My agency is looking for mid to senior level copywriters and art directors for FT. Located in Chicago, brand-creative agency experience is a must. Send me your book and i’ll give you the details and refer you if you’re a good fit.
If you've already booked a flight and it's been 24/48 hours (can't remember the policy) have you ever been told to cancel the flight and eat the $200 fee because you weren't needed on site?
For those that have made the rounds in Big4, MBB, Tier 2...which one did you think had the best culture?
What are people in Northern VA using for grocery delivery? I’m high risk and don’t want to go out, struggling with what’s the best option to get groceries delivered. Fairfax area
Started seeing a someone right before corona, now continuing to hang out and hook up since we both live alone, WFH, and don’t see others. Casual only or potential for actually dating post corona?
I am about to start a 2 month LOA. Not sure whether I want to come back at BCG. Can I start transition after my LOA?
Anyone see this interview with Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman? She's pushing to reopen the city. I can understand the need to "get back to work" but it clearly hasn't been thought through https://youtu.be/APoSHB9pQk8
You know what is the most Monday thing ever - when that coworker you like tells you she backs Duke despite not having gone there.
Monday annoyances: (1) Lyft driver says my airline is in fact not at my requested terminal drop off location. Ok buddy, I just take this flight from the same location every week 🙄 cont...
I think it’s very cold when SMs and PPMDs ignore those who got/going to get booted from the firm. I know several who were about to get laid off complained that their leadership started to ignore ...