Hello, I am a new grad with a doctorate in OT. I just got an offer for a job working at a private school. The offer is 58K with benefits. 15 days PTO. Do you guys think I can negotiate the salary to 70K, which based on my research is the average pay for my level of experience and education? Or is that too much to ask?
In the interviewing process with Walgreens for a Project Manager role. Any current or former employees know salary ranges? Or even recruiters?
I work in urgent care, AR Credentialing Specialist. Two years credentialing experience, 6 years intake/AR with an associates in medical coding. Checking salary rates in the Portland, Maine area. Any input is much appreciated!
I wanted to know the appraisal situation in 2020? Didnt EY GDS provide appraisals or bonus ?
I am a pediatric occupational therapist with 4 years of experience. I currently work at a pediatric hospital in the Philadelphia area and make 71k. Is this a fair salary for someone with my experience? An annual review is coming up and I’m wondering what would be a fair range to negotiate?
Google Strategy Associate role: a recruiter reached out but it seems like this is a pre-MBA role. Could anyone confirm? And what’s the next level up? And approx. comp for both
How much salary should one expect for Sr. Consultant role at Deloitte? ( campus hire post mba)
The mods are thinking of starting a weekly series where we breakdown the compensation / salary of an in-house counsel offer. It will include variables like location, YOE, alma mater tier, company sector, and company size.
Would this be of interest to the community?
Just got an Accenture TDP offer and was wondering how much I can negotiate for.
YOE: 1 year IT Risk Advisory at National firm
Maybe some perspective might be of use to me. I’m transitioning out of the service and I’ve positioned myself decently to be competitive in the market. I’ve got two offers from great companies. Biotech and Healthcare, both on the Human Capital Team as an Employee Relations Consultant. I have a graduate degree pursuing a Doctorate, LSSBB, ScrumMaster, SPHR, and PMI-ACP certified. I know this is personal and dependent, but what should I be considering as a commensurate salary?
I’ve been seeing that VP-level comp is very hard to reach. Where do most end up after a few years if not in PE?
I was laid off today due to “financials”. Are there any gigs out there for ad sales or any guidance on what companies that are hiring mid level experience? I cannot start at an entry level salary in this day and age. Tia ✌🏻
Antony here work in EY Strategy and Transactions care to give some insight on what comp to expect in VHCOL? Interviewing for the real estate group
What salary should i expect in market for a sde2 equivalent role?
currently in first company at 3yrs experience and 6lpa
Has anyone lost an offer of employment because they didn't reply with a decision in time?
If so what was the length of delay and what was your excuse to the recruiter?
I feel like during the interviewing process you may have multiple interviewers and processes that go along with that, which means you may need time to compare offers. I want to be honest with the recruiter and say I am going to have to wait and compare offers when they are all on the table, which would be ~1 month.
TBWA\CD, Leo, CP+B, Media Arts Lab. This week has been a layoff shitshow. Hope all those affected land on their feet soon!
I have many goals as a teacher. One is to be more present in the classroom and stop multi- tasking. What are your goals?
What is the Health/Medical insurance benifit provided in UST?
What is the notice period for new joiners?
Burnout from long hours is having a big impact on my family and my wife is asking me to consider working part-time for a while. Financially, we would be fine. I’m worried about how few opportunities there are for part-time MEs.
FDD Pwc NY, how much 1st year associates making?
Liberals, keep fighting until every public sector union is busted.
How serious is getting a violation and escalation to MD for not completing a MCD course?
I’ve been meaning to try IF but have heard that it isn’t as suitable for women. Any thoughts, experience or knowledge on this? Any alternatives that work better for women?
I scheduled an appointment with US consulate for restamping based on my previous employer’s i797A. Now I got another job offer with a new approval notice. How should I go about with my appointment?
Require referral in Barclays, Pune. Roles - Data Analyst, SQL Developer, Data Engineer, ETL Developer, BI Developer. Thank you.
Any book recommendations for business related DEI? Or DEI in general? Not sure if there are any specifically geared towards public accounting, early career, consulting, but those would be a plus.
I am supposed to have a final interview with an executive at Avanade this week. What kind of questions get asked? Also, how long after that should I expect a feedback from the recruiter on their decision?
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My co-worker is so resentful and competitive because I was promoted over her last year which caused a demotion on her end. People in the company still go to her for things that should be for me but she rarely corrects them. Shes still involved in the company too in a way that allows her to know secrets that I should know about but never do. I technically am above her within the company but this is how things are. I just do my job and try to not let it bother me but it does. Any suggestions?
I recently joined a company after working for myself. I’m on hubs’s health insurance. We have no kids. It’s United healthcare. The company offers United as health insurance. What’s the best way to compare plans? I have not been in this situation before so apologies in advance if this is a dumb question.
I have a difficult time caring about what the business/company is doing big picture or advancing within the company. Just give me the contracts/matters you want me handle. Anyone else? Is this necessarily a bad thing?…don’t want to be married to my job.
This is a kind of funky question but I need as many ears as I can get - are you still doing safeguard forms or symptom check forms in your offices? How is your RTO process evolving from a legal protections standpoint?
I think our HR team wants to get “back to normal” and get rid of most of our guardrails but I’m having trouble ascertaining the evolving risk.
For those that support the marketing team… any good resources to get caught up on the AdTech lingo and just generally how it works?
I received an offer I can’t turn down. My company had a few others leave recently, and my close counterpart is on vacation until October, so the GC and rest of the company will likely be in disarray after I leave.
Any advice on how to put in my 2 weeks? I’d prefer to leave on a good note and not a sour one…
Remote Onboarding question: I joined my company a little over two months ago, and I’m in a remote role. This is my first time onboarding remotely as I started at my last company pre-pandemic. Honestly, I’ve found it lonely so far. I’ve been trying to be outgoing and meet with everyone I can, but it so far feels like I have not been included as a full member of the team. Any advice on how to approach relationship-building? Any secrets to unlocking remote onboarding?
Oddly specific but can anyone confirm if Snowflake is actually actively hiring corporate counsel? I see them repost the same exact post every week for about a year now, and I’ve applied a few times now (spaced a few months apart) but never hear anything. Wondering if it’s a phantom job post or if they’re actually looking for different/more experience than described?
I’m a second year debt finance associate. What kind of in house opportunities should I look into? Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
In-house counsel - would you prefer working at a big company specializing in a field of law, eg, privacy, IP, employment, etc, or a small company being a general counsel? Assume the small company has a higher risk of going under compared to the big company, but higher reward (via stock), and the large company pays a healthier salary.
Recently moved in-house and struggling with how to document my contributions (keep a “brag list” if you will) for purposes of review season and eventual bonus/promotion/raise discussions. At a firm it was fairly easy to point to high billables, high profile deals, praise from particular partners or clients. Now I’m struggling because my work is so….day to day. Mostly negotiating typical sales contracts. Very few opportunities for visibility or high profile contributions if that makes sense.
If I have 3 years of experience, up to what year of experience should I apply to jobs for? It is ok to apply to positions that ask for max 5?
Real estate solo attorneys — do you close all your deals through a title company? Are smaller clients OK with paying escrow agent fees?
Doing a remote interview tomorrow for an in-house position that I really want. Invite says "[company] is a startup, so a full suit is not necessary! Business casual attire is recommended." Like I said, I really want this job, and the idea of not wearing a suit is just weird to me
Should I still wear the suit or would it be counter productive?
GCs - what skills, experience, etc. do you think set you apart from other candidates when you were hired/promoted? What was your “big break” that made you an attractive GC candidate?
Can anyone recommend a good recruiter for in house jobs in California (SoCal to be specific)? Much appreciated.
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I can’t answer your questions, but I’ve been looking for a tax counsel position for years and I can relate to this. I honestly think a lot of company executives don’t really understand the tax function and the interplay between tax compliance (CPA-type work) and tax planning/transactions/controversy (tax attorney-type work). So you see a lot of tax compliance related industry positions. I also think companies just outsource a lot of the tax planning and controversy work to outside providers like the Big 4 and Big Law firms.