Received extra amount in the salary. Are we supposed to get revised salaries from this month itself ?
Anyone have knowledge on the JPM syndicated finance team within the commercial bank? Any insight is helpful WLB, pay, types of deals, etc.
If I have multiple health insurance. One personal one corporate. Including ky family. Which one should I prefer to use for now. Need for mother's surgery. Amount is around 1lakh.
Personal: star health (6.5 lakhs coverage for mom n dad)
Corporate: Icici lombard (10 lakhs for 3 people)
Please share if any inputs
I am an HR “Manager” with 8+ years experience. Bachelors in HR and a SHRM-CP cert. Currently employed at a manufacturing facility w/ 80 employees in Metro Detroit, Michigan (Macomb Twp). I am a department of one with no direct reports under me. I feel as though my role is more of a “generalist” position as my duties are more aligned with that. I am currently at $75k and promised to be increased to $82k in the next month. Bonuses are discretionary and never the same amount. Fairly compensated?
Everyday i am getting a new TAP proposal. TAP has become pretty fast. It's not allowing me to enjoy even for a single day 😂🤣
Tulum recommendations for group of 5 F/23? Staying in an Airbnb in the neighborhood section (not super close to the resorts). Looking for restaurant and bar recs, beaches, favorite cenotes, must-see spots, etc. and going mid-September.
Suggestions to move to a market facing role as a fresh graduate with internship experience in market risk?
Scheduled a staycation with the wife this week. Daughter spiked 106 fever and son threw up down MY shirt last night…
is joining IBM ISL good in terms of learning, tech stack, sdlc approaches?
do they give good projects for freshers?
how long does it take to be assigned to a project?
Best books to give to new young client who genuinely wants to grow and develop his interest & understanding of finance, doesn’t want to be bored, & cares about his investment accounts?
I have a job offer from VISA inc (Bangalore) and Tata 1mg (Gurgaon) at a relatively same package. The perks of VISA are no doubt better but not able to decide from career perspective. At VISA its CIT team (So in case anyone from same team please share more deeper insights).
Tech : Python dev
My staff 1 is definitely wifey material but I have the common sense not to act on it because work place relationships can get messy 😞 But it’s such a struggle...
Considering an exit to a startup that just completed a solid series B. They’re willing to provide competitive comp package and surprised how large the base is for a startup. Has me concerned about being on the high end and being the first person that comes to mind when it’s time to pinch a few pennies or clean up the books ahead of future rounds/IPO. Valid concern or am I overthinking it?
Does everyone have a vacation home EXCEPT me? Chime in — good investment/bad? How often used? Kids? Pets?
Hello, anyone here who can guide regarding the interview process and preparation for Google Cloud Migration Consultant role?
Do they have the hiring committee and team match processes for India hiring as well or is it more straightforward?
Recruitment team has reached out and scheduled the first round and I am extremely nervous!!!*bites nails*
Best Goodby work (in your opinion)?
In ibegin Gratuity fund form there's declaration "My father is dependent on me" and you select yes or no accordingly.Now when u download it as pdf the declaration is "my father is not dependent on me" but the answer is same as you provided in the portal.Anyone noticed this inconsistency and how are you guys proceeding ?
I have mailed everything with snapshot to the HR and OBM but no response yet.
Is 149k Salary for a Senior engineer with around 5 years of experience (plus 10k sign on and Stocks 120k vested over 4 year) NYC on the lower range?
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I am taking the PHR for the first time next month. Looking for tips/strategy for studying!
Hi Everyone, I’m looking to change roles to a tech or tech-adjacent company. I have a ton of HR Leadership and Business Partner experience but I’m having trouble even getting a phone interview for BP roles. I’m assuming it’s because I don’t have tech industry experience…is that a true assumption? If so, which tech companies are friendlier to people without tech experience?
I've been in PeopleOps (mostly focused on TA Ops) for over 9 years now. I've somehow gotten by without a degree in HR or a certification, but would like to get some more education to continue to advance my career. What are your thoughts on PHR vs SPHR vs SHRM for someone with my years of experience and current role as a manager?
Creating in-house vs side hustle:
After years working in a particular vertical, I’ve developed a framework that allows me to quickly research, size, prioritize and produce inputs for organic growth. It’s different from anything I’ve directly on/done while working at any company, and I’m tempted to build an MVP with a freelancer but scared of my employer finding out, expecting me to building it in-house (taking ownership) /file any type of (legal) complaint against me. Recs/thoughts?
Anyone use Monday.com for recruiting or onboarding? Would love to hear about some best practices!
I'm currently in the non-profit space as an HRBP. I manage over 30 reqs and am struggling keeping up with the full responsibilities of a recruiter and hrbp. I spoke to my manager and she said it's normal for an hrbp to have at least 50 reqs. I've never seen this type of model at ANY of my previous employers. Is this common?
I’m currently working with a senior level HR candidate. This individual has a doctorate in business with a focus in HR, her SPHR, Federal, and private sector experience at the singer level, and has a fabulous personality. I’m curious is anyone else having difficulties play some candidates like this? At this point I’m starting to think it’s racial or her sex based of the lack of interest in this candidate. Any thoughts?
I am a Senior People (HR) Business Partner working in NYC under an H-1B visa (9 years of experience). I am looking for something new, but I am finding it extremely difficult to find a company who would support an H-1B Change of Employer (COE). I either get declined immediately as part of the application process or get told the company does not support visa sponsorship for non-tech roles. Any tips, tricks, or great companies where an H-1B COE would not be an issue?
Thoughts on applicants bringing their kids to an interview? I tried to explain to the managers that childcare is costly and hard to find, especially for people without employment. So, what else should people do?
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Is anyone in the healthcare industry and has an opening for an HR Generalist? Remote or south Florida preferably.
Anyone Managing HR-Latin America?
Anyone actually keep their PHR active? I got my cert in 2013 and have done nothing since.
Resume question that I struggle to answer. If someone has been working for ~20 years and has worked at a number of companies during that time (let’s say 10 for the sake of this example), the resume becomes way too long. Is it okay to remove the 1st couple of jobs that were held after college even if relevant? Or maybe delete a job or 2 if they aren’t 100% relevant to the rest of the person’s career? Final option is to leave names of companies (and titles) of early roles but delete the content.
We’re an international company with generous PTO. In the UK, we have a PTO Lump Sum bank. In the US, we’re stuck on accrual due to risk of not being able to recoup @ termination. I take issue with this as it shows lack of employee trust and asks for under the table PTO deals between managers & employees.
What is your current policy and days allotted?
Ugh, how do I explain to my employer that making the salary teamwork 60 or more hours a week without providing overtime compensation is opening us to a major lawsuit? Because saying it in those words doesn’t work.
I need to know if this makes sense…
HR generalist keeps a “DO NOT DISTURB” sign on his office door. 7 days a week for the past 4 months. Is this crazy or am I?
Hi all! Prepping for the SHRM-CP exam in two weeks. I’ve taken a course through SHRM, and worked through the Learning System and books. Any tips for the actual exam? 😊
IN-HOUSE RECRUITER needed at one of our clients, a NYC digital pharmaceutical Advertising Agency & Med. Communications (this mid-size agency is is a stand alone and doesn't t belong to any of the various large holdings) 2 years minimum as a recruiter in a similar background...
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Here is a strategy that works for me:
1) Once a month I share our rating with all employees, and ask them to publish their honest opinion. Also, I respond to every review on Glassdoor, positive or negative.
2) I send separate emails to recently promoted employees saying that we are hiring and we need more people like them, so I would appreciate if they post a review on Glassdoor to help us to attract relevant candidates.
3) Same strategy as 2) with employees who recently got high bonuses for extraordinary achievements.
4) We also pay 10Y anniversary bonuses, so after we pay them I send email to anniversaries saying that we value their loyalty, need more people like them and would appreciate if they post a review describing their experience with the company to attract more people like them.
Responding to every positive review is very important. And it shouldn’t be only “Thank you”. I try and respond to every point employee mentioned and address issues they describe. Once employee complained about dumbbells in a building’s gym, so I asked property management to replace them and addressed it in review.
It works as a positive reinforcement for people.
I’ve been doing it for 5 years, our rating was 3.4, now it’s 4.5
Why are you asking them to write Glassdoor reviews? It doesn’t seem genuine if it’s in response to a request. So the most effective message you can send is to create an organization and culture that employees will want to evangelize.
In my experience, it’s usually used by disgruntled employees unless the culture kicks butt then employees will go do it on their own. Utilize your FB, website and IG better maybe. Asking employees to post on Glassdoor has more chance of backfiring on u.
You might bring it up and share that you are utilizing Glassdoor as a recruiting tool and that you are encouraging all to share their experience with the company. Anything too forceful or mandatory will show up in the reviews and will seem less than genuine. I’d be sure to share the message with everyone, not just the ones you would expect to give glowing reviews. If it’s a request from a place of authenticity, I think it could be an effective tool. If you put too much used car sales spin on it, your way employees and your candidates will see right through it.
LinkedIn is also a place candidates go to research a company, so encourage your teams to share on LinkedIn as well. This can be especially helpful if you have a corporate presence and your local employees can share and comment on moderated content without having to reinvent the wheel for themselves.
I think this is a great idea and I’ve been thinking about doing it myself. ￼