Had an interesting conversation, what do you all think? In ￼a post Covid agency structure, do we still need account management? If the clients speak to their creative directors , and the creative directors are able to understand the business problems and not be petulant about ideas the clients don’t like, then the AE etc can go away. That would leave the agency with the people who create the ideas, and strategy who comes up with a plan. Think of the money the ￼agency would saveWhat do you think?
I’ve worked at the same hospital 17 years. I’ve been in case/UR for almost 8. I make 32.00/hr. I have trained several nurses, and a few years ago heard one on the phone talking and she was making almost 9.00/hr more than me. My last review I told them I knew I was at the bottom of the pay scale and wanted them to review my pay. I have not heard back yet, but I’m about ready to jump ship. Bedside nursing received 2 raises during covid. My department did not get it, despite going to the bedside.
My friend wants to get on a flight two days after testing positive for Covid. How unethical is it at this point? Even if masked the whole time
Check out this SAMHSA guide on taking care of your behavioral health during the quarantine/social distancing of covid-19 🙏🏾
Is it concerning if a recruiter is dancing around giving you an offer? or is it just busy bc of Q4, coordinating teams, start dates, and covid?
What are big four companies doing in response to COVID? KPMG US is doing everything they can to prevent layoffs - getting rid of variable compensation bonuses and 401k match before making layoffs
Has anyone ever been bullied by their co workers and paras ? I work with a very cliquey staff. I picked the wrong battle and they have been paying me back with all year. I’m actually sick to my stomach when I think about going back next year and it’s not just about Covid.
I have apologized for not staying in my own lane and gone above and beyond to help this teacher with her IEP paperwork.
I’m at a loss.
Tempted to send in MBA applications for the emergency covid round instead of waiting for r1 in the fall. Pulling my hair out over the decision
How are you making your upcoming vacations COVID-conscious (re logistics not public health? Specifically, which hotels and airlines have the best reschedule/cancel policies in case something happens? Anything else to check? Hacks or tips?
What is your requirement for when you must release time? My firm (AM100) typically requires us to release the prior week’s time on Tuesdays. Now, during COVID, we must release within 3 days.
I have a really deep regret in which I left a dream job that I waited for YEARS to materialize. I was new long distance marriage. I wanted to start a family and with the location of dream job (pre-covid) I made some choices. I soon became pregnant a few months later (was in late 30s). While I am thrilled with a healthy baby and have a decent job currently-I am sad that I couldn’t make my dream career work. Covid has put another hitch in a comeback and now i’m 40. How do you deal with regrets?
Already nervous about job prospects after COVID-19. Currently in the middle of clerkship and was about to start applying. Looking bleak.... anyone want to weigh in?
Because of covid, students have to report immediately to their first period classes. I have a group of wild kids who I've been told I need to keep busy with structured activities even before class, but I have prep to do! What can I do?
Anyone know of any good black financial advisors/ wealth managers? I live in the DC area. During all this COVID-19 related stuff it feels like a good time to make sure my finances are in order.
Hi all need help with the decision.
Currently at EY faas Chicago as M2 with $125k salary. Got an offer for $160k for director position with another firm that focuses on start up and focuses on work life balance. The firm was remote pre covid. Should I take the offer?
What should I know about contracting? My agency has decided to close after we couldn’t keep up with Covid etc. I lost my full time position there. They’ve said they would use me as a contractor to continue on the accounts i’m on (mostly just 2h/month doing social copy) BUT i’ve also interviewed with another company and they said it would be contract work. All I know about contracting is that you’ll either have a W-2 or 1099 and you set your own rate (which i have done). What else should I know?
I’m not American, have no SO, and can’t seem to go home or do much traveling domestically either because of COVID. Any inspiration from people in similar situations on how to spend 2 weeks of PTO time before it expires..?
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How are you all feeling about going into the holiday season while being remote? Missing the company holiday parties, or happy to be able to do your own thing?
Have an opportunity to relocate to Paris (non-EU citizen). Looking at the taxes now, are there ways to reduce taxes for non-citizens?
Any recommendations on things to do in ocean city Maryland? We don’t have kids. Any good vegetarian restaurants?
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My biggest question about unionizing in the agency world is they close to half of us are “management.” I’m not totally sure how draw the line between labor and management at an agency.
Do you get to use personal CC for meal and other expenses? If so what card have you found best to maximize rewards?
In case anybody actually believed conservatives when they say “it’s not about banning abortion it’s about returning the decision to the state level”, it’s 100% about banning abortion
Blessed be the fruit
If you were in contact with a hiring partner for a job position you didn’t get, but they told you to stay in touch for future positions, how would you approach reaching out to them again?
5 nights needed to make Platinum Premier Elite. Broke my leg, out for the rest of the year... any ideas?
Currently practicing in general litigation, ID, real estate, etc., and have been presented an in-house opportunity. Can anyone share a good template for an in-house resume? Need to be able to show my blend of experiences. TIA!
Has anyone here tried pregmune?
Made it this far, I’m on a roll! Thanks to all of you in the community for your support, I couldn’t do it without you!
For the newbies, the program is working for me, just wanted to share that.
How long does it takes to get the offer letter post HR discussion ? My HR discussion is done 1 week ago and current status is offer approval.
Intersting applications of AI to predict which patients will need intubation, have complications, etc from COVID19
X-bowl post. Looking to rent a house in Houston - Richmond, Sugarland area. Not finding a lot of luck on Zillow. Any other effective ways to approach this?
I'm not from Texas, so completely unaware of any local ways to handle this. TIA
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I joined a firm as GC and CCO at the end of last year. I have since learned our upper management are slimeballs. I normally don’t judge clients but these are dishonest people. I want to head out, and have clients that I could take as my own practice but what’s the move here?
We are a data/software provider. My business folks get lots of requests from customers to fill out annual security/due-diligence assessments. I don’t have an issue with them generally, but many of them now include “attestations of compliance”, and will throw in a link to their Vendor Code of Conduct.
We don’t agree in our contracts that we will comply with their Codes (or even that we will answer these assessments in the first place) - but assuming that the business does “attest” to (Cont)
Any insight into going in-house at MetLife? Curious what the culture is like, WLB, etc. Specifically in a tax/corporate counsel role.
Is it common for companies to hire licensed attorneys as contracts specialists and require them to be licensed? This is the first I’ve sent this requirement and am surprised.
Has anyone ever work at Morgan Stanley New York as in-house? Got approached by their HR and wondering what life it is there (hours-wise) I’ve been working with their in-house team on a deal and looks like they are crazy busy. But definitely appreciate more insights! (Preferably their investment funds team)
Does anyone have advice on best way to ask for a raise and/or promotion (but care more about money vs. title at the moment)? Currently in legal department w/ 4 lawyers (including CLO) & am youngest.
I’m in discussions to become the GC of a mid size but international company that does ~$1 billion in annual revenue. Smallish legal department. They’ve asked for my comp expectations. I don’t have specific expectations but I want to be compensated at least market for a NYC based GC (which looks like cash comp of at least $300k plus bonus, etc). Any suggestions on how people would respond?
Looking for advice on handling a bully. I am relatively junior in the ranks, but have climbed significantly over my tenure and am now responsible for several areas of law for the co. One of the VPs of a department I support isn’t fond of me. It generally doesn’t bother me, but shes developed a habit recently that I need to address: on large group calls when asking for legal advice, she asks me “to reach out to outside counsel” rather than asking me for advice directly. How do I respond?
Started an in-house job after leaving a firm. I love it. Looking back on my old job, I now realize how gaslighted and manipulated I was. People at the new job treat me with such respect, it feels amazing (also sad that my bar is now so low).
As a result, I'm super motivated to do a good job and deliver, but this is a BIG job, one where I can't come close to clearing my plate every week. I'm working 12 hour days to be as responsive as I can, but I know that's a recipe for burnout. Advice?
Starting a new job next month, and considering taking two days off for kids’ spring break next month. Not sure whether it’s appropriate to request time off for a new job (I would’ve preferred not to take any time off for first three months). I may just be able to just ask for a single Friday off (so 1 day rather than 2 days).
Any thoughts on whether I should proceed with the request? I just came from big law and want to make sure I’m not making a bad impression on my colleagues.
Looking to make a transition to in-house in the biotech industry. Have some tangential experience in a specialist corporate area, but interested to know how feasible it is to learn (1) the legal aspects of what I understand to be the core duties involved (below) on the job and (2) how to go about learning through self-education (treatises, other recommendations etc)
1. Being able to raise money
2. Understanding IP portfolio management
3. Managing public company compliance/reporting/regulations
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?
A recruiter for a JV company of 2 large, respected companies (one is a private equity group) is offering me an in-house job with the JVco. Is this a good career move?? Any advice on working for a JV?
For those that support the marketing team… any good resources to get caught up on the AdTech lingo and just generally how it works?
My new job occasionally requires me to review vendor agreements. I don’t have any background in this area and am trying to get up to speed. My department doesn’t have a document management system, so it’s tough to find old agreements as precedent. Any recommendations for books or other sources - or any words of wisdom? Thanks!
Thoughts on retaliation complaint by an in-house lawyer who reported a title VII employee complaint about company founder to company’s outside employment counsel? Subsequently scolded by founder for not immediately notifying founder about complaint, then founder blocked access to legal files and threatened demotion to contracts role? Is there a retaliation claim available here by the in-house lawyer?
Any thoughts on KKR CPG?
How many of you work for a company that pays bonuses in (1) December or (2) the following year 1Q? Just started at a new large in-house company and they pay in March. The prior place I worked at distributed bonuses earlier - in December.
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