What is the most inspiring advertising talk you ever attended and what lessons did you learn from it?
Where can I buy a nice pregnancy evening gown for special occasion? don’t want to buy online without trying, tried Macy’s, destination maternity, etc they have casual wear but not smthng nice
Starting in 10 days with D. When will i get orientation details and welcome emails? Do my manager reach out before I join?
What is the salary for an entry level digital transformation consultant from Capgemini and Deloitte?
Working from home and slept in post suhoor, 15 min late to team call. My boss thought there was train traffic.
If I am traveling to India to get my H1B visa stamped, and in transit if I have my layover in Dubai. Can I go out of Dubai airport during a long layover? Will it Impact my H1B stamping& Us re-entry?
For those that for those that don’t have IVF coverage and use Shady Grove…what was your total out of pocket costs? IUI was covered for us through my husbands insurance but very worried about cost for IVF which we will start if this next IUI fails.
Looking to finally go get my SPHR having the PHR for the past 6 years. Still value and pursuing and obtaining?
I was wondering if anyone could refer me to any SaaS as an AE/AM in Hong Kong? Please dm me!
What a wild ride we have begun!
I have offers from mindtree and Infosys
Package wise Infosys is bit high
Tech - sap abap
Which is better in terms of hana,WLB and onsite opportunities??
Where can I find the best lobster roll in Boston? Specifically a warm, buttery lobster roll (as opposed to cold, mayo)
I feel like the lesbians that I’ve been matching with don’t have real jobs. Why is it so hard to find a professional? Anyone here up for a date in the NYC area? Prefer femmes
Does having a lean six sigma green belt cert help if I’m trying to leave Accenture to do more provider work?
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Thoughts on PHR/SPHR/SHRM-CP certs? I have approximately 9 years of HR exp and my bachelors and MBA. Been debating on whether or not I need to fulfill my urge to get a certification. Wanted to get some thoughts around whether you have a similar background and opted to or opted to not get their certification? Thanks!
How impactful it’s to be SHRM certified?
What is the best way to get SHRM certified. I have my associates in business administration.
Any kind hearted HR professional from KPMG Canada could refer me for an entry level talent acquisition role?
Thanks in advance.
I hired my recruiter 8 months ago, and yesterday was his last day. He put in his notice to work for his parents’ business. I’m so happy for him and extremely grateful for his hard-work. He was the most talented DR I managed in my career so I’m feeling sadder than I normally would about a resignation. When great people leave your team, how do you cope?
Hello everyone! My co-worker and I are preparing for the SHRM certification exam and Hoping to take it in December. I’m looking to purchase the SHRM learning system books from someone that has already taken the exam this year. Can someone point me in the right direction?
I don't know if you Recruiters follow "funny recruiter" on Instagram but it's a MUST. This is a good reminder to please be kind when rejecting candidates.
I work for startup tech co. that was recently integrated with a larger similar employer. For 5 years I’ve been a contract 1099 employee salary range about $30k annually. My employer would like to offer me a managerial position yet still a 1099, however would like to offer compensation/bonuses to weigh out the fact that they are not providing any health ins, benefits or tax garnishments. I have zero tax write offs as a 1099 just for reference. What salary range should I be asking for?
What is the SHRM and is it even worth it to get?
First time poster here!
After spending 4 years as a mid-level ops manager, I tried to break into HR through talent acquisition. Now after 6 years in TA, I've had a hard time getting out of it. My goal was always to get into a more broad HRBP position, but I've since worked for smaller orgs without a solid HR career path. When I ask about my career goals, they keep telling me, "Soon!" Or "Maybe in 6 months!"
I'm testing SPHR in June. Any advice for securing the type of role I'm aiming for?
New fish looking for career guidance.
I'm a corporate recruiter with 3 years of experience. Finishing my degree in HRM 5/2022. I'm thinking of getting my SHRM -CP shortly after graduation.
I'm not sure of where to go after that, but I doubt I will stick with recruiting or my current firm.
Has anyone here started off in recruiting and branched out to other HR functions? Do you like your new role? Do you wish you stuck with recruiting?
Getting noticed as an applicant at big and popular to work for companies like Salesforce, Slalom..
Need insight please. I am currently a Recruiter and have extensive experience in that but also a few in HR general. Trying to think of my career path. What are the pros and cons of specializing in recruitment versus going into HR? Advancement opportunities, compensation, etc
Mentee of mine is considering two verbal offers. I suspect she’s been under paid for several years. Both are Band 5 roles in NJ. One is a Business Support Manager, the other is a Risk Manager. Any ideas on what the pay range is?
What type of job boards ninche or not do you find to be the most useful for the talent you hire and what type of roles are they best for?
I had an offer from a startup as a tech recruiter. They mentioned in my offer I will be eligible for bonuses and will be organized by the CEO in the first 3 months. I get my actual contract and there is no mention of a bonus structure. I asked them about it and they said it has to be developed with the hr manager, who will be on-boarded to the team in two weeks.
Does this seem right to anyone ?
Anyone has idea about HR Assistant ll position ( HR operations admin) role in Amazon Canada? It requires HR data management, roaster management, payroll entry to HRIS etc.
They are offering 18.89CAD/hr for contractual position. 10hrs shift, WFH & 4 days a week!
I know it’s an entry level position but I need an entrance to HR career since I’m a newcomer in Canada!
Low hourly wage & night shift is making me skeptical!
Really need expert advice if it’s a good offer?
I've got a couple of opportunities at a non-profit - remote (must be in the US). Non-profit or Education experience preferred.
HR Generalist, Sr. Recruiting Coordinator, and Recruiter - pay is in the 60's. And Total Rewards Manager which will be 70's-80's.
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