How do you push the reset button? Been feeling very stressed for a while and don’t know how to deal with it
How can a planner transition to UX? Are there classes/certifications o should consider? How can one break into the field without starting as an intern?
Informatics nurses! What’s your hourly pay? Please share location and years of experience as well!
Just saw my derm and was diagnosed with female pattern hair loss. She says it’s mild at this point but I’m feeling so down. Wondering if anyone has any hopeful stories of their own experiences?
Currently looking to get back into the Job Market after a layoff in May. I have Been consulting on temp basic but looking to get back into employment full time. I have about 20 years of experience in Technology Infrastructure, Security, Cloud, and Fintech solutions. Any pointers will be welcome. I am seeking, remote, and location-based Jobs. I am open to working in the African Region or in the United States (I don't require any visa assistance)
A few questions:
1. When a company makes an offer to a remote candidate should they consider the cost of living where the remote candiadate lives?
2. As a BDR with 6 months experience, living in Chicago, with 10+ experience in the working world (former teacher), getting an offer from a small health tech company (20 employees) what can I expect OTE to be?
I hope everyone is doing well?
I am looking for new roles and fields. Thank you in advance for any connections, advice, or opportunities you can offer.
Interested roles are : Data analyst, customer success, Environmental safety, Green Energy , Health and safety specialist, Quality Assurance in food and drug industry.
Looking for a favour. Does anyone have a good marketing plan template that shows revenue attribution aligned to various activities? Or advice on how you attribute pipeline gen or pipeline acceleration to various activities?
Thanks in advance!
YOE-7.5, level 8, CCTC-25, no switch so far. Got retained in June 22 and received 30% hike, remaining 20-25% will be paid in dec. Is this good?
Also, which is good to apply for US onsite. L1B visa (process will start in upcoming months) or H1B visa (need to wait till dec for next cycle - FY23). Leadership has asked to choose from one of this as both visa requests cannot go in parallel.
I have 1.5 exp in Data Analyst
Skills - Python,SQL,ETL,Advance Excel,power BI, Tableau,Google Sheets. Any Referral.
Why does my Director start work after 6pm?
Has anyone hired a financial advisor? Did you find it beneficial (I understand they’re quite pricy). Also, please share reccos on where I can search for one : )
If you know you are not going to be promoted this year, what is to be discussed with your Coach?
I work as a TPM for a bank and my aim is to find myself in a product company( currently on a consultants payroll) . I have over 13 yrs of experience in IT and been working as TPM for the last 1.5 yrs. I tried to interview with Amazon 6 months back and failed in the loop. They say per my experience, I qualify for L6 but they felt I had not worked in large projects like they expected. I know for sure this is something about how I portray my experience. How do I get coached to showcase my skills?Amazon
What is salary range for a Manager in DUSI?
Anyone have thoughts on what an ideal T & E practice should look like? Try to focus on high net worth clients who are willing to pay your hourly rate vs a higher volume practice charging flat fees? And how trust and estate administration and litigation should fit into your practice?
What’s Leo’s like these days? Good place to be?
Additional Posts in Government
Advice for how to handle the HR Director my organization is the most toxic person in the City, causing turmoil in departments, sharing disciplinary info about others with everyone she speaks to, bad mouthing people. Who do we go to for a complaint against an HR Director? The City Administration is aware and doesn’t do anything.
Hi! Looking to get into Public Policy. Any advice or referrals? I am currently a social worker but will be graduating with a Masters in Public Administration in a few weeks.
Cushman & Wakefield Interested in a Sales Associate position at Cushman & Wakefield. I have experience as a government analyst for 7 years but nothing related to commercial real estate. I want to become a more competitive applicant but not sure where to start. Are there any certificates, skills, or knowledge that I should be learning in my free time?
I am a PIO at a state agency and I’ve been thinking about applying to the FEMA reservist. Does anyone have experience with doing this while also being employed for a state agency? Is that a normal route to take or is there another way to gain more experience with disaster/crisis communications?
Any insight appreciated!
Looking to move from govt to a consulting firm. What's the salary range for a contracts manager?
I'd love an opportunity to work for the federal government in contracting or procurement but have found it difficult to get selected for an interview. What's the catch?
I supervise staff in the public sector that process Medicaid applications and assistance for Medicare. Is their anything in the private sector that pay more than $75,000 in this industry and is remote or hybrid?
It's finally here! 🍾🎉 Ok, maybe I'm a little more excited than I should be - but my article, Top 10 Predictors of Federal Employee Job Satisfaction, has been featured in IPMA-HR's HR News Magazine!
The September issue's article is the first in a two-part series that examines OPM's 2019 and 2021 FEVS data, respectively, to predict Federal Employee job satisfaction pre- and post- pandemic.
Hi there, I work for the U.S. Government. My husband is in the private sector and his job is sending him on a temporary detail for 2 years, overseas.
Does anyone know if the government allows remote work overseas? Or does anyone have a similar experience?
Hi there! I’m currently a committee clerk in the House of Representatives and am looking for private sector job recommendations. I have experience in admin, recruiting, IT, archiving, etc. Any and all advice is appreciated!
I’m a Medicaid Consultant for my state with 10 years of experience. My job entails policy and procedures, data analysis, training and working with local government entities and private providers. I want to break into the private sector (Consultation/Business) as the pay is much higher and I have a better chance getting promoted. I have a masters but it’s in psychology, I’m wondering if I should obtain an MBA or should I get certifications? Thoughts?
I work for NYS, I have been able to get interviews for the next step up position, I'm currently an 18, I would like to move to a 23. What are good interview strategies to use when looking for a promotion.
Recently completed my MPA and work for a state economic development agency as an analyst. I applied for a public sector consultant position within Baker Tilly; can anyone provide any insight on the job specification, salary, etc?
Does anyone have knowledge/experience working for/with Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (APL)? I am debating applying to an opportunity they have open and I wanted to gain insight on what it’s like working there in the AI/ML or software engineering space. Johns Hopkins University
My first time applying and getting an offer for a job posting without a salary on it, aka non-government job. $21k below what I currently make and $3k below the minimum I told them- I went for a job with a bigger title and more responsibility. Other companies need to learn from government jobs. Today I’m loving that my current government job appreciates my worth.
Any tips for breaking into the federal government? I’ve submitted so many usajobs applications over the years with no success. Currently pursuing my master’s degree and hoping to land a job at DOS or DOD. For context, I’m based in DC and working full time in energy policy at an R&D institution. I fell into the energy space and want to get out. Educational background in foreign policy (Iraq expertise) / national security. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
BAE vs. L3Harris?
Hi! I work in an OIG. What other roles within the government would be an easy transition from auditing, as a 13? For background I worked as a manager at a Big 4 in Risk/Internal Controls and a smaller firm auditing contracts and grants.
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