Just need to let off steam. My MIL said to me today that my husband must be really happy with me "now that I learned to cook". Omg. She told me not to bother applying for jobs back when I was because I'd soon be home with the kids 🙈 I have to bite my tongue SO hard. Just me dealing with this generational nonsense?!
Wow interviewing sucks, felt so good about one role and got to the last stage and the person interviewing me was completely lifeless and we did not connect at all. Great end to my week 🥲
I have an interview with a "biglaw" firm tomorrow afternoon-- any last minute tips or advice from those who work in big firms? I'm a 6th year associate and have never worked at a firm with more than 5 other attorneys. The interview is going to be with a panel of "at least" three partners and the pressure is on.
Lots of articles say it’s meaningless/less impactful to begin a convo with the typical “hey, how are you?”...What’s your take here? Let’s say you have an interview and the recruiter will call you at 9am. How do you answer the phone?
Anyone who interviewed Haas Round 2 heard back?
What’s a good reason for wanting to leave your firm within couple months to say for an interview?
Ad copywriter who’s freelancing outside of agency world, who do I ask for a reference/review from when finishing up a project? Project leader (who I had minimal interaction with) or day-to-day contact who is lower ranking but actually worked with me beyond the initial interview? At an agency I’d go straight to the CD, but this is a consultancy that doesn’t have that sort of structure.
Has anyone interviewed with Microsoft for a Program Manager II role lately? If so any tips or advice, I have mine coming up this week!
Have an interview with EY FDD that includes a case and meeting with two senior managers. I heard the case was excel intensive. Any ideas on what to expect?
Sunday thoughts - prepped for an upcoming interview all day and felt wracked with self doubt. Then realised that the 5-year-ago (22yo) me would be thrilled to be where I am now. I came from nothing from the middle of nowhere - the land of teen moms and red necks. I had imposter syndrome all throughout undergrad and didn’t believe in myself. If you’ve come a long way, share your story and let’s toast to our successes. This job can be hard, but getting to today hasn’t been easy either
Does anyone here failed interviews from B4 a few times before getting hired? please share your experiences/path/solutions here. US only please.
If a company reached out to set up a phone interview and you replied with times you were available, would you follow up with them if it's been 1.5 work days since you emailed them and they haven't set anything up?
It is just me or do other people feel like they do better in interviews when they don’t give a crap about it? I had an interview for a head of strategy position and because I thought it was such a reach position, I didn’t prep that much, and I killed the interview. Not sure if I got it, but we’ll see.
Do you take interviews even if you’re not super interested in the agency, just to see/create connections? Or is it better to not take the interview, save everyone’s time?
Does anybody here have experience working in a strategy/operations function at a hedge fund? I’m interested to hear what your experience has been like; currently interviewing now
Is it unethical to apply to other jobs on my own while also working with a recruiter? I’m not applying to any companies that the recruiter has sent me roles for.
Should I remove undergrad internships from my resume now that I have 3.5 years of full time experience? I worked 20 hours per week during the semester and 40 hours during the winter/summer breaks for two of my four internships. I'm applying for cybersecurity positions and those internships were more IT focused (configuration management, IT asset, etc).
How to politely not move forward in job interviews? After having the first phone call interview I’m honestly not too interested but scared to burn the recruiters that are helping me.
Hey 🐠! I have an interview tomorrow with a boutique to do business development for their North American practice. Just looking for any last minute tips on what I should cover. I have researched their services, prepped examples from my background, and why I’m specifically interested in them.
Getting really sick of health care providers and my own health insurance company trying to constantly screw me on medical bills. I've caught errors on the last 5 bills I've received. Starting to think this is happening on purpose...
Anyone else finding it very difficult to get any enjoyment out of account management these days? Any coping tips? I feel like being an account person is especially difficult in the COVID era since so much of what we do is manage communications, ensure the team is set up well etc. None of this feels particularly fun alone staring into the void of Zoom all day ... but the same pressure is still there. I feel like I spend every week counting down to the weekend which kinda sucks.
Project Managers/Business Analysts/Product Owners with no IT background: what are/where your ways to gain an understanding for IT, programming, technologies etc? E.g. searching for „Eli5 + [topic]“
It will be 4 years in the firm performing analytics, business intelligence & PMO roles including 1.5 years of international client engagement. Is it time to target Manager? How long should I wait?
Can't wait to go on my vacation
Anyone ever make the jump to pharma client-side? The bonuses seem nice but the culture looks like it would be horrible.
Big law single parent associate at new firm with two young kids who just tested positive for Covid from a breakthrough case. It’s going to be a rough few weeks.
Obviously I know that health care workers hv more important work to do now etc etc, but if I am asked to do a medical checkup around this time, what are my options in NYC?
Anyone who has done an MBSR program like the one below? Is it worth it? Both in terms of time and money. https://www.ummhealth.org/umass-memorial-medical-center/services-treatments/center-for-mindfulness/mindfulness-classes
How big of a discrepancy should there be between what you’re being paid and what your agency is charging the client hourly for your services? Or does that not factor in at all?
How often do companies you interview with reach out to your current firm/team/managers about your performance? (Wondering if I need to take this into account as I start recruiting for tech jobs)
Whats are the activities a Hrbp does. Can you please list them. I would also want to connect with a senior person who is willing to teach thier juniors. Kindly help
Any recently laid off cyber architects in the Chicago area? I’ve got a job opportunity at a local healthcare provider. DM me.
Which mba predicting website/service did you use to test the possibility of getting to the b schools? Is that only possible via a private consultant?
Is it even possible to get HSW with a low GPA (3.3-3.5 range) if you’re an ORM guy? Even if you went to top 20 undergrad, top GMAT (780-800), good work experience (top consulting firms+FAANG)?
Does anyone here use Evolve to manager their vacation rental? If so, how is your experience using them.
Let’s say you have a newly diagnosed disability that is exasperated by stress and lack of sleep. Doctor will write a note to your employer for accommodations necessary. What workplace accommodations would you need to control stress and lack of sleep. Looking for general and/or specific answers.
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