If my manager is scheduling a 6:00 check in when he’s remote, is he doing it because that’s genuinely when he’s available or because he wants to make sure the team didn’t bounce early
All things equal - would you take 150 base and 300-400+ OTE to work remote for a Series C tech firm out of NYC? Or 120 base and 275 OTE to work for a Series B out of Scottsdale? Good problem to have - I know. I am from the south and have never worked in NYC, wondering if I’ll regret it even if the $$$ is better.
I've been required to work from the office, but it adds 3 hours of commuting each day and I feel way more exhausted at work. Can I speak to my boss about getting a special privilege to continue to work from home?
Have your clients been more annoying since moving to remote work or where they more annoying back at the office?
Googlers hired in remote roles. how did you onboard and how did you get acclimated to your team/company culture?
Hi - I’m new to this bowl, so this may be a repeat question. If you are WFH, do you feed your dog a lunch? 🍔. I used to only feed 2x a day, but now that I’m WFH, I feel compelled to give a few nibbles when I’m taking a break for lunch 🐕 🐩 🐶
Do most people here get the opportunity to work from home when not traveling? I’m thinking about jumping but don’t want to lose this perk if it’s not common place.
Recommendation on weighted blanket? Looking for a solution to my sleeping issues that started since WFH began. TIA
How many leaves have you taken since the WFH started? I've seen some people who haven't taken any till now.
If I begin a fully remote job in one state and move to a different state. Obviously I’ll notify my job as there shouldn’t be any issues but will they adjust my pay if I’m move to an area that pays less?
Been so wrapped up in work and job searching and studying cases for months I feel like I lost interest in everything else. Anyone else feel this way? The endless work from home and grinding has just made me obsessive about work and I dont feel like myself much lately
I’m a pretty anxious person and I’ve realized that a remote work environment only makes me more so - not being able to read people’s tone well, email/ping responses being more delayed than they would be in a conversation, the awkwardness of virtual meetings, etc. I’m in therapy and will discuss this there but would love to hear some tips about how people manage work anxiety specifically in a remote consulting environment.
Anyone at Dell willing to give me a referral? 6 YOE and looking to exit as a remote program manager.
Hiring Senior Product managers, Senior and Principal SWE to work on an Identity + Networking solution. Fulltime at Microsoft. Remote/Hybrid options available. Please send in your resumes + LinkedIN profiles to email@example.com
Is there any job available for remote Presales with 4 years experience Notice period is 2 week
Job that pays $70k, work 20-25 hrs/wk and from home 3x/wk vs. job that pays $100k, travel every week/client facing, never wfh, work 50-60 hrs/wk. Which one would you take?
Do you think WFH will end suddenly once a vaccine is available? What if you don't get the vaccine?
Making 100k base with 2.5 YOE as a .Net/Dynamics/Azure consultant in MCOL city. Want to move back to Seattle for a new role. What salary should I be aiming for?
M/SM and above, why do you label a meeting as “touch point” or ask if you can have a “quick chat” when it’s something serious? Millennials like us always assume we’re about to get fired - I actually have been laid off in a meeting with that title. But at my new job, my boss asked for a “quick chat” to literally ask me to change the title of a meeting and then chat about christmas. Now that I’m in management, I want to understand it better.
Is consulting really even worth it anymore if I have to pay for my own food now and travel moving forward is going to be at the max 1/3 of what it used to be (if things are ever “normal” again) so all those benefits we forced ourselves to accept as worth are now gone?
I moved into industry last summer after many years in consulting in a BD role (F100 healthcare company). I like my new company and the people I work with. Recently approached by a recruiter at a small healthcare company for a broader BD/strategy role with a step up in title. Haven’t been here a full year, but besides the tenure question, any other things to consider?
Might be a long shot but my husband and I are wanting to move back home to the Fayetteville, AR area. Any firms hiring in that area for staff level? Just finished my first busy season (had 2 this year). Currently in audit in financial services, asset management, but willing to work in other areas, even advisory.
Left my wallet on delta flight. It's been 4 days and no word. Anyone have a tip on how to get it back?
If someone having experience in different sectors then PWC/EY/Deloitte/KPMG consider the employee for job? As I am Electrical Engineer alongwith PGDM Banking Finance and have approx 7 years experience as production Engineer(Solar Manufacturing)-2 yrs, Project and Commissioning Engineer(Oil and Gas Sector)- 2-1/2 yrs and currently Banking operations- 2yrs+. Is there any department suitable for my profile in which I can apply ??
Has anyone taken one of those online executive courses, like the Harvard Extension School offers? Looking to use my $5k of tuition reimbursement and already have an MBA. Worth it? Best programs?
How many are concerned that there may be layoffs after this is all over ? I’m a little scared of that... if I’m being honest.
What kind of client work/industries is shalom is DC doing? What are salaries like for 3rd year manager? Recruiter is telling that work is meaningful. Thoughts??
To the guy that I've never talked to but see every week on the M-Tr ORD-LGA. I'm flying out of JFK today, don't file a missing persons report or anything. See you Monday, bro.
After a very good interview with a an agency recruiter I contacted her for updates. She replied she was still waiting to hear from the team but I was in her list. Shall I wait or contact her again?
I had 60 day late payment of 35 bucks in Jan. It was new Amex Hilton card I opened for stupid points. It was reported and my credit score had been consistently dropping from last 6 months. It was 780 and now is 735. I realized this 3 months and been paying my credit card bills immediately. Infact I have overpaid each card to have negative balance so my credit utilization is almost zero. What else I can do to repair the damage. I am applying for homeloan and this is big issue to get best rate
Hypothetically speaking, what would happen if I put in my two weeks without another job lined up? What if I quit on the spot? I have some solid leads and interviews lined up, but I had a panic attack today and don’t know how much longer I can do this here.
Over contributed to 401k limit of $19,500 at vanguard. Do I just contact vanguard and let them know ? Anyone gone through the process?
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