I'm being interviewed for the associate manager - trade operations at standard chartered bank gbs. Can someone help me with the average salary people get in scb gbs? It'd be helpful in the negotiation process for me. Thanks.
Compensation Q: I am a financial advisor, licensed, have my CFP, 6 yrs of experience. I’m on a team w $1B AUM and handle all of the financial planning and estate projections for clients with NW up to $300M (only CFP on the team) & am the primary relationship manager for ~50 clients ($100k-$4m AUM/client). I am wondering what would be considered competitive compensation for my responsibilities? We recently hired another FA and we are being equally compensated but I have much more responsibility..
I have recently joined a company, and they are saying to use your personal laptop for office work.
I don't feel like using my personal device for office work.
How to tackle this situation without getting embarrassed.
Good audiobook recommendations?? (Not just “self-help/business” books; open to all recommendations)
I have ordered Samsung phone today. Do I get any e-mail which will go for an approval? I didn't get any email apart from the order successful mails.
I'm a Consultant at Deloitte USI.
Suddenly all hrs have started ghosting after the final interviews. This is not good. Atleast 3 companies for me.
I have joined GDS on Feb and doing WFH, thought of shifting to bangalore now.
Will company provide relocation support now( relocation support provided in offer letter at the time of joining)
For some time now, series about the pre-end of the world time is becoming more and more popular, this is the case with "The Handmaid's Tales" it has a perfect image design, characters with a perfectly defined background, and the ability to represent a totally possible pre-apocalyptic world. It has it all. Any other series with these features?
What kind of bonuses are my fellow mid-level high billers (over 2400 hours) getting this year?
What business-y tools do you all use for tracking projects, time, meetings, etc for design work?
Right now my planned list is as follows (planning to switch to full time freelance soon), advice welcome! Would love to see others’ lists.
• Trello - tracking projects/to-dos
• Google calendar - meetings etc
• tbd (been using excel but want something different) - time tracking
• Zoom - meetings
• Evernote - note-taking
• Google drive - file storage
Am I missing anything?! Other tools? Help :)
For anyone who’s been assigned Madison Square Garden as their early voting site, there is ZERO LINE right now! In and out in under 5min!
Trying to decide - should we get married on a Friday in December 2022 or Saturday in Jan/Feb 2023? Would love pros/cons from someone other than me and my fiancé! My fiancé votes for Fri in Dec but I’m torn because asking people to travel for Friday seems like a lot?
My girlfriend is coming to NYC for the first time next weekend. What are some must see spots and restaurants to take her to?
Hey all- posting about some new NFTs that are just coming out for the Dream DAO. Essentially, each minted NFT and subsequent sale helps seed fund projects for a non profit for Gen Zers called Civics Unplugged. The non profit is backed by Andrew Yang, the Rock and others. Regardless of if you like the NFTs, it’s a cool project to get involved in / read more about. https://opensea.io/collection/skywalkerz
Good afternoon! I hope everyone felt appreciated this week and always! I am sharing this because I’m not sure what to think. The administration did some small things for us (soup and schmooze which i wish were soup and snooze LOL) but in a week which was very stressful for us with Ap exams coming up etc, we were asked to show our appreciation to each other via emails, or some special way. Nice thought, but we kinda do this every day…. Aren’t the students supposed to say thank you? 🤷♀️
Really ready to make a life change so I'm asking this bowl for help. I want to get a job in data analytics, but I work in sales right now. In terms of the best bang for my buck and best chances of getting hired, should I go back and get my degree? Or should I look for an online program or certification? Which is better? Thank you in advance.
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I need to know if this makes sense…
HR generalist keeps a “DO NOT DISTURB” sign on his office door. 7 days a week for the past 4 months. Is this crazy or am I?
Hi all! Prepping for the SHRM-CP exam in two weeks. I’ve taken a course through SHRM, and worked through the Learning System and books. Any tips for the actual exam? 😊
Is anyone a member of the SHRM Executive Network and do you see any value in your membership?
I've been in PeopleOps (mostly focused on TA Ops) for over 9 years now. I've somehow gotten by without a degree in HR or a certification, but would like to get some more education to continue to advance my career. What are your thoughts on PHR vs SPHR vs SHRM for someone with my years of experience and current role as a manager?
Looking to learn more about how others determine the correct cadence to advertise for evergreen requisitions or invitations to join a talent pool without over saturating the audience?
Anyone work in HR for Amazon? We have a new distribution center hiring some different HR positions and I’m curious about salary? Are you willing to share? I have bachelors in HR Management, SHRM-Cp, and 5 years exp
I am hiring for Account Managers in tech sales. Was told not to progress anyone with a heavy accent as it’s hard for our older white customers to understand…
Which certification we would you recommend for career advancement to be an HR manager? PHR or SHRM? Any other certification I should consider? Pros and cons would be greatly appreciated!
If a candidate went through the first offenders program and the charges were discharged without court adjudication of guilty and exonerated, will said charges show up in an employer fingerprinting background check?
Hi everyone! Just looking for some insight. I’m about 4 years into HR, have my bachelors. I’ve been toying around with the idea of getting my masters in something relating to compliance/labor law and that side of HR. Shrm certification is also on my list. If anyone has some advice on what to get a masters in specifically, I’d be open to suggestions! I’m trying to find something that would be worth my while and would give me a step up. Thanks!
Are recruiters worth more than L&D specialists? We have a new recuiter that transferred in from another dept. & is already making more than me and has a higher comp range. We have same tenure & they have NO prev. recuiting experience. I should also add I have been helping cover recuiting in interim. I also help cover HR tasks, have my SHRM, 5 years of HR exp., and 2 degrees. Is the "value" for recruiters more than L&D? I feel a little taken advantage of, but want to know if I'm off base here.
Hello fellow HR pros! I really need your opinions on HR certifications. I am deciding between PHR and SHRM-cp. I have read just about all there is online comparing the two and can not decide. My heart is telling me PHR, my mother in law (an HRBP) is telling me to go with SHRM, as it’s more widely recognized, more established and a larger network in general. I work for a 350~ company who is growing rapidly through M&A. Passions/interests are compliance, strategic vision, M&A, branding and culture
I'm SHRM-SCP certified and I have been interested in the total rewards or compensation side of HR. Do you think that getting the CCP certification is a good investment? I've seen many Total Rewards open positions but I feel I don't have the necessary experience. Any advices?
Hi! Does anyone have an anti-harassment compliance training vendor that they would recommend (e-learning for NY/US - 500+ employees) that provides good implementation support and has reliable reporting/tracking? We’ve used the same vendor for a few years that recently made content changes, and we’re looking to switch to a new one with better/more engaging content format. TIA!
Any opinions on what the salary for a Benefits Manager with 16 years of benefits experience 6 of which are in the benefits manager role should be? Currently making $80k and have both my PHR and SHRM-CP certifications.
I am taking the PHR for the first time next month. Looking for tips/strategy for studying!
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If a third of my life is spent at work, a third of my life is spent sleeping, that leaves a third of my life to cram all my interests, hobbies, chores, responsibilities, and personal life into a tiny little space. should i stop sleeping? because i can't stop working. asking for a friend.
This rant is lengthy, but I’ve held it in so long because it really caused a bit of trauma. I was an HR Senior Associate in Risk Assurance at PwC and it was the absolute worst time of my life. Starting from the very beginning, I was severely micromanaged and set up to fail by my Deployment Consultant (DC). From day one, I felt very much like an outsider when I know that I’m very personable and try my absolute best to do a great job. Training was led by another Senior HR Associate that was too wrapped up in getting married & relocating than ensuring that the new hire would understand best practices. Despite asking questions during training, NOTHING was ever clarified. I thought this had to be a joke.
I met my DC, who is located at an office in another city, on the 2nd day and it felt like she was sizing me up from that moment on. I’m not one for those games and tried to look past it, since I’m not gunning for her job. I’m just here to do mine & be great.Honestly, I wish I listened to my gut from the beginning.
During my tenure at PwC, my DC and her manager really did a number on me. I’m usually a self-assured person, but because there were so many horrible circumstances going on at the time (I broke my ankle on my 3rd day, I found out my grandmother was dying, and then Covid lockdown), they successfully broke me down. Nothing I did was right; according to them, I wasn’t qualified or capable, and wasn’t intelligent enough to comprehend how to do any assignments. I told our HRBP about how I’d been feeling with documentation of how I’d been treated and the set-ups to failure, but nothing was done.
And to top off the fact that I broke my ankle on my 3rd day at PwC which was also less than a week before Covid lockdowns, and I was given zero communication to stay at home (leading me to commute to the 60th floor of the building on a knee scooter to discover the office was dark & empty).
Once we started working from home, I was scrutinized for being in my bed during meetings (as instructed by my doc to stay in bed & constantly elevate my foot due to the amount of swelling). They even asked me if I was financially capable to set up office space (AGAIN I was bedridden & had to undergo TWO surgeries for how severe the ankle break was). And if I turned my camera off during meetings because of being in my bed, then I was “not engaged” or sent constant pings pretty much quizzing me on “what did the speaker just say?” (checking if I was paying attention). I even received the numerous “are you there?” pings throughout the day, as if my ankle miraculously healed and I decided to go out for a jog. Nothing I did indicated that I wasn’t working. It was just a pain in the ass.
Despite my fracture, I was still present every day and did my best to stay positive despite being handed nothing but negativity. The only times I wasn’t present were the fees I took after both surgeries to heal.
When it came to learning how to complete a task, I was sent on wild goose chases to find resources on how to get things done. God forbid I made even a slight human error mistake, that was just another notch of being stupid/incompetent by my DC. She was the queen of finger-pointing, and even a few “how do you not understand?”, “please re-read the email I already sent to you”, and “you should know how to do that already” comments even when I explicitly showed her where a task doesn’t make sense. The never-ending game of office politics on her end when we were all trying to navigate Covid was so pathetic and uncalled for. No matter what, I was in the wrong. I spent every day there crying & angry beyond words. I woke up in defense mode preparing for the moment that I would finally explode. It was pure misery.
I do not make a habit of bashing people, but that DC had no business being anyone’s manager and just isn’t a decent human being. I pity her for having to treat another adult in the way she treated me; pretty much building a case to get rid of me, while I’m just trying to learn, heal my fracture, and actually TRY to build a decent working relationship with her.
My DC & her manager were cliqued up by that point, so no grievance was truly heard. Any grievance against my DC was followed by an excuse. I was put on a PIP on my THIRD MONTH, and that’s when I knew that department was toxic. I’m self aware enough to know that I wasn’t incompetent, unqualified, and somehow finagled my way into a Big 4. My experience spoke for itself. That department, and the HR team who comprised of it, were in a toxic league of their own.
I did my best to network with other HR Senior Associates in other client groups because I knew this just couldn’t be the culture across the board. And of course, it wasn’t. They loved their jobs, which further sent me spiraling into a “what is wrong with me?” overthinking OVERLOAD.
I never been made to feel like such a failure in my life. I had no one in my corner. It was a dark time and even if there were a position at PwC that matched me to the T, I could never go there again. I’m still overcoming imposter syndrome for new opportunities that come my way. I never got that off my chest and it honestly felt really good. I hope anyone reading can understand that I am NOT trying to gain sympathy.
This was my experience, I hurt from it, and thankfully I grew from it. Now I’m finally at a company where I’m valued, appreciated, and have actually outgrown it with my developing skills! Now I’m headed to a new role that’s propelling me way further in my career trajectory that I could’ve ever imagined.
Mine, to start:
I was told I'd get promoted into role X like I wanted to be for months. Instead, I was just given role Y this week, but was told I'll still get to do the work of role X.
Role Y has a much lower pay range, and the position doesn't even make sense for the type of work I'll be doing in reality. And this is after I shared that I'm considering looking elsewhere, that some great companies are interested in me (the truth), and shared what those places said they'd pay me (15-25% more even after the promo).
Yay a promotion and all, but... I feel played.
Thanks yall - that's the goal 🤞 just gotta hope my new manager/team where ever I go are decent. That's my biggest worry 😅
So sick of my department, I love what I do but I feel stuck. No room for advancement, and things are highly unorganized. I've asked to work on projects to learn something new, my manager told me that she never asked, because I had xyz on my plate and she didn't want to overwhelm me 🙄. Yet the projects are given to people who can't keep up with their day to day work. 13 years with the company and I'm ready to move on..but I'm not getting any calls or emails from applications 😩
Hang in there and keep applying. Job hunting sucks, is draining, and mentally taxing. But in the end, it can be so worth it.
Being told that I'm 'under-utilized' in my current role (which I am but I came in knowing that) and to come up with a list of things to improve in 2022. Then during my review - being told that my top idea is not happening. That in itself is fine - but when it's accompanied by a snort and a 'yeah that's not happening' it's very disheartening. And then being rated 'needs improvement' in the continuous improvement category becuase I haven't been with the company long enough(6 months) to make any changes. I'm like dude - I'm trying but you shoot down every freakin' idea I come up with!
Also - being told to fire an employee that is out on workers comp because we 'aren't going to hold a position forevre for a mediocre worker with no RTW in sight'. Then when reminded CEO that we have a policy that states we'll hold a job for 6 months (not the same job, just 'a' job) being told that he doesn't care, let him sue us.
Holding in your feelings or feel like no one listens anyway? Let's hear your rants about your companies and/or jobs.
Been told I would be getting a promotion for almost a year. I’ve been managing 5ppl without the title or pay performing the same tasks as the other VP’s that get 50k more than I do. I’ve had 4 different managers in 2.5 years and keep getting passed up for the assistant VP and VP job even tho I’m doing it. Feeling taken advantage of 😓
I hope you are able to find somewhere that values you!
I've been there where I've done so many peoples jobs at higher levels only to see nothing for it. Leaving was the best choice every time. In my first job out of college doing admin and event support at a non profit, I got 2 dollars above min wage and was doing things that people with 10 YOE were supposed to be doing. Saved a formal gala event from getting canceled and made it the 2nd highest earning fundraiser event they'd had in 14 years. What did I get? A 58 cent per hour raise and critique from my boss saying "you asked for help with the event and you shouldn't need to". Despite that I was paid nothing and doing way way way more than I should have. I was barely supposed to do anything for the event outside of like printing things and helping out with basic things like that. Yet I planned a ton of it, procured donations and auction items, and a million other things. I would have quit on the spot if I wasn't broke at the time.
Moral of the story, get out while you can and find someone who sees your worth ❤️