Has anyone ever had to deal with a situation where the main product of the company has been built in a way that makes it very tough to scale, adapt to new use cases and add new features? A number of employees across different teams are looking to make the case that we should consider remaking a second, leaner version of it that can allow us to be more flexible and competitive with the growing number of cheaper alts. Also keen to hear about "known companies" that had to make this kind of move.
I’m interviewing for an account supervisor role in marketing at Campbell Ewald LinkedIn had a salary estimate that was from $54-80k. Anyone from there know the actual salary range or cap for that position. I have 7 YOE.
Anyone from Nationwide? I’d like to hear feedback from current and old employees about the work environment, salary (G3), development, diversity etc. I completed an interview for Claims Manager position.
Freelance Producer: “I wish would would have proposed to NOT do this project.”
Creative: “But it was our idea...”
Should I use Air India or Turkish from JFK to Delhi? (Business class) any one taken both?
Waited on hold with CCH for 3 hours for an issue and the rep didnt even try to trouble shoot. We’re not even at peak busy season. I’m seriously worried.
I am staff 3 with 2 years of experience, I am not progressed in mid year.
Current CTC is 7.5 in technology consulting.
Is it as per market standards??
Anyone can provide any contact number of any HR who is actively recruiting in J P Morgan . Looking for a switch
working for a new client is always a delicate balance of explaining things like click funnels and actually doing the work they hired me for
Does anyone have any experience of Blue Matter Consulting that they would be able to share? Thank you!
Not fashion related but... solo traveling for the first time in a few weeks (Ireland and Scotland!). Any tips?
I learned that partners of my v5 firm are communicating to associates that I am leaving because I wasn’t cut out for the pace of the firm. I’m leaving (which I refrained from communicating to fellow associates) due to lack of mentorship and toxic management styles (i.e. scolding, being thrown under the bus, etc). Hearing what’s being communicated is particularly distressing since I am a first generation attorney of color and had some of the highest hours on the team. Any tips to address?
Is it only me seeing A BUNCH OF big tech are hunting several tech legal counsels recently? 🥺 everywhere from APAC to EU UK US… I dont know if this is because I am looking for jobs in tech so lots of jobs are shown up to me on LinkedIn or are the FAANG actually hiring new legal counsels…
Additional Posts in Addiction & Sobriety
Quit alcohol completely and sober for about 2 months…love it and and want to stay sober…but ended up getting hard seltzer couple days ago…thoughts?
Love this quote:
“The measure of my sobriety isn’t the distance between now and the last drink -- the measure of my sobriety is the distance between now and the next drink.”
Has anyone been to a detox program or rehab/treatment centers? My husband needs help but unsure where to start. Weed/drinking addiction and he’s tried to stop but goes back to one or the other. He is in between jobs and has about 3 weeks off so need some insight on what I can do to help him.
My brother has an apparent drinking problem. He’s had two DWIs and stopped drinking after the 2nd. My SIL called tonight to tell me he has started drinking again and will pick up wine from a gas station and drive around and drink it in his car. He tried AA before but “didn’t like the crowd” there. If I had to guess I think he thinks he’s above them and has his shit together and doesn’t need help. All that to say I’m wondering if there are AA groups targeting professionals?
Always wise to read the daily reflections. What daily rituals does everyone have?
Made it this far, I’m on a roll! Thanks to all of you in the community for your support, I couldn’t do it without you!
For the newbies, the program is working for me, just wanted to share that.
Started back at work 6 weeks ago out of treatment. On the same project, same client. The work just seems so small, unimportant, and insignificant now that I have a new perspective and new priorities. It’s impacting my performance however. How do you keep work a priority or at least stay motivated? Does it get easier with more sober time?
I’m addicted as shit to weed and I can’t stop
I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who shares in this group. It truly helps me stay sober. I am approaching 12 months sober but have been struggling lately. While I have not relapsed, I’ve been close. Normally, before I get out of bed, I write down my reason to stat sober for the day, but lately the reasons have been lousy at best. But reading about everyone’s struggles and successes has helped get me through this past month. So thank you all for the inspiration to keep going strong!
4 years sober today after spending 5 years hopelessly addicted to opioids. So grateful for recovery communities for taking me in and showing me how to live. If you’re struggling, reach out to us! There’s a way out...but it’s not alone
Every evening between about 5:00 and 8:00, I have this tremendous impulse to drink alcohol. And on the occasional morning, when I wake up having successfully resisted this urge, I feel great. Clear-headed, positive, and hungry.
FFFFFF I did it again. Saw the signs - said I could handle it - then blew the money gambling. I’ve been soooooo good wtf
I appreciate this group and the people in it!
I've been struggling with gambling for quite a few years now. The more money I make, the worse it gets. Even winning a big jackpot is not satisfying any more. It's to the point that I don't even know what I'm chasing. I'll go weeks without gambling and then have a huge relapse over a weekend. It's so bad now that it's thrown me into a deep, suicidal depression. I feel like I have no control and I don't want this to control me. Do meetings help?
I start every morning reading these affirmations. I hope everyone finds grace and love today!
Just wanted to post an update. 68 weeks ago I posted about my drinking problems. It was bad. It’s been 8 months now without a single drink. I still can’t believe it. I still miss drinking. I’ve sat with coworkers and watched them drink. It’s not nearly as fun, but I am so thankful each morning I can hold my head up high. Will I drink again? I only said I would quit for 60 days. Can I have a beer? Some wine? A fine bourbon? I sometimes crave it. I guess there is the answer! You can all do this!
Was 8 months free from casino / gambling and went this weekend because some friends wanted to go. Of course I made some money, but now I’m afraid my subconscious is going to kick back in and tell me I can do it again...
Just recently found Y12SR (Yoga 12 Step Recovery). It’s pretty sweet and a refreshing new take on a meeting, and it gets the body involved.
Check it out! https://y12sr.com/meetings/find-a-meeting-by-state/
Stopped drinking a year ago after a particularly rough period. Lately I’ve been having thoughts and considerations around starting again. I think my friend circle has changed a lot so I wouldn’t fall into that crazy party lifestyle. Has anyone stopped then started again successfully? I never drunk THAT much but it was impacting my life (sending stupid messages I shouldn’t have been sending) and getting blackout occasionally. I do think it was having a negative impact on my life
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