I have an offer from Facebook as a project manager... base pay 135k, 120k in equity and 20k sign on bonus. After 10 years of Consulting I am really trying to figure out if I am selling myself short
(not a brag) I've been with my client for over 1.5 years. They have mentioned multiple times how they want to hire me. Just recently, they also mentioned they would let me work remotely and only ....
What programs, sites, etc does your agency use to track time? I work at a small agency and looking to implement tracking on my team across client/project level.
Between living alone in a city I barely know anyone + high-burn project + my few friends are all preoccupied with new phases of life, my depression that i thought was gone for the last 3 years is back with a BANG.
I feel so lonely,and the fact that this cycle is repeating itself makes me feel like I will never break free from it.
I had my first thoughts of ending it all on Monday (I won't act on it,but the fact that I thought it is concerning)
Anyone on here with tips to navigate this?
Interested to know how much deep thinking time you guys have in a typical day or over the week. Outside of client meetings what percentage of your day is just for thinking?
Anyone else feel like they aren't properly trained for assigned client/workstream and set up for failure?
When a junior staff leaves it’s pretty easy to just plug and play another junior staff into the project and not miss a beat. What do companies do if a mid or senior level person leaves? How are those projects suddenly managed without someone to steer the ship?
How do you recommend taking time to read/learn/expand skill set with being so busy with your client and internal work? Also, having a social life??
For roles specific to a team and project, do interviewers get together and debrief/vote like at other companies before HC? If not, does the HM at least review all of the feedback? Thanks!
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