I currently work at a big start up and made a lateral move to another team a few months ago with five years experience. Since then , I’ve created a whole new service line and took over many of my managers duties. As I took a paycut to join this team - I’m pushing for a raise and title change. Is this reasonable?
Are qualifications/certifications (scrum, lean six sigma, BCS BA, Prince 2) seriously considered when applying for new roles,pay increase and promotion? In other words is it worth the time to attain these? Obviously I understand experinace is most important but just wondered if certifications help with advancement in roles, pay,promotions etc
Anyone hear if their firm is going to adjust for inflation? 5% is real, so anything less than a 5 % raise will be less pay.
The kind of promotion we wish for!
Salary expectations. I was rated a 3, I will be going from senior 1 to 2. I make 80K, JD and LLM. I am in the Midwest, not Chicago. What is a not slap in the face raise?
After getting promoted in Feb 2020 (lol fml) I designed and implemented a significant piece of data infrastructure that is beyond what’s expected of someone at my level. In 2021, I was not recognized for this accomplishment and a guy who knows nothing about the technology was promoted over me. It’s been a year since his promotion & the wheels are starting to come off: others are becoming increasingly aware of his ineptitude. What’s the best way to subtly pour gasoline on this fire?
I do like the work..but I know I’ll be paid atleast 35K more if I leave..and not sure if the next promotion will happen sooner than 3 years..leave or stay? Don’t have much partner or leadership support but not in a bad book as well
How much of a promotion can I expect A to SA?
Any skip promotion from Senior 2 to Manager who can explain why our compensation will be lower than fellow managers (going from S3 to M1)?
I have $4K in cash that I got from family as a gift while traveling home country. I want to deposit this into my US bank. Would it raise red flag for IRS/bank if I deposit 4k in one sitting or through ATM? Do I need to fill out anything from tax perspective Fyi- another family member wired $6K into my account two weeks ago (2021 Dec), if it matters
What would you do ? 26 years old, work 9 to 9, work weekends, take an extra load because you can to get to the next promotion. Or work normal hours, workout, enjoy time with family, advance normally.
I am so excited for my 2% annual raise!
Guys, Please help me interpet the scatterplot. Is this good enough for exceptional. Currently up for SCon promotion.
Debating if I should go for a promotion that a bunch of people are saying I should go for. Just wondering if it’s a weird time to do it since the higher paid you are, the bigger the target you tend...
I was caught off guard at my compensation meeting by getting a raise to $100k but also getting a promotion. The raise was decent and it was the minimum I was expecting, but since I got promoted as well I thought the amount should have been higher. We offered a potential candidate $100k for my previous title. For future reference, how can I bring that up without sounding ungrateful and unappreciative? Thoughts?
Promotion decisions are not a meritocracy. Women and minorities at my firm are consistently passed over for white men. Decisions seemed based on how much partners like you more than anything else.
I was offered a large raise/promotion at my current company (Series A Funded, been here since seed round). I have the option to do stock or cash or a combo. Anyone have an idea on what to do for something like this? We have good funding and are considered a first mover in our vertical. It's SaaS but we are having issues figuring out our business model and product. We have a lot of F100 customers though. any suggestions?
How do internal transfers impact promotions? E.g. of you are in a promotion year to manager, how farther back will your promotion be pushed?
How much of a raise(in %) should you expect as a software engineer after your first year at a company?
Currently onboarding to a new role, at a global bank, and they are asking for a termination letter from a previous consulting employer from 2 years ago. I provided the background check company proof that I was eligible for unemployment since I did not get fired; it was due to performance, too technical for me. However I do not have any letter stating why I was let go. I have been requesting a letter for over 2 weeks from the employer but they’re not answering. Do I have to provide this ?
Any advice for someone looking to transition into a full HR Generalist role from Recruiting. I’m currently a Campus Recruiter with about 5 years of HR experience (Coordinator- Higher Ed). I received my PHR certification in September 2020 and sitting for my SHRM-CP in two weeks. I’m having a hard time transitioning into a full Generalist position.
After phone screen I was given verbal confirmation to move to Video Interview. Recruiter is a ghost now🙄.
Hi all I'm automation tester with 6 years of experience using UFT and selenium. Also having experience in automation framework design and enhancement. Currently looking for an opportunity. I found a opening in EY with job ID-IND00G30 "EY-GDS - Consulting - Senior - Automation Test Lead". Could anyone please refer me to this role...?
Had to cancel my travel plan because of H1B application. Already booked tix to fly out of the country and feel so stupid now
If you live in the US, are you starting to accept the fact you’ll probably catch Covid-19 before a vaccine is widely available? Given the rate of spread in US
Let’s say you’re a mid-twenties male in a high COL area, are sick of setting money on fire via rent payment, and could only afford a low down payment on a condo. Would you still do it to build equity?
Took 4 antigen tests last night. 2 by InteliSwab that both came out negative. 2 by CareStart / Access Bio that both gave me a faint positive line (tests expire in Jan 2022). No PCR available in the area. Not sure if I have Covid or not…
From talking to students at multiple M7 schools, it seems like all of the BB/MBB/FAANG companies recruit at most if not all of the schools . So if you're planning on recruiting for one of these, is there really a major difference in career opportunities between each school? Asking because it seems like some schools are specifically known for finance vs consulting vs tech, but if the companies are all recruiting at all these schools, the differences don't seem as pronounced to me.
When you interviewed for a new job, did you decline any job offers? Part of me is feeling guilt knowing I went through the whole process but declined at the end
Anyone who changed the career frm tech to something else aftr 8+ yrs of exp ? Thinking to shoot for mba nxt yr (by thn I wud be 29, and salary ~130k ). Nt sure, wt my options cud be, except tech again
Hey guys! Went to college with full intention of getting into medical school. Graduated right before the pandemic which gave time to think long and hard about going to med school. Decided I was doing it for all the wrong reasons, and am trying to pivot into consulting. I’ve reached out to hundreds on LinkedIn, which lead to a few referrals, but have heard nothing back from any firms. Anyone willing to help me out with some advice and guidance?
As an intern, will interviewing with competitors for fulltime affect my shot at a return offer? (if current firm somehow finds out)
Is it okay to share the client name on resume if I’m applying to similar companies? I see a ton of people who have written their client name on LinkedIn.
Hey fam. Appreciate your inputs on this: I used to be a software developer and currently work as a tech risk consultant (CISA, CRISC certified). Have completed a couple of cyber courses but do not have prior cyber experience. Most cyber sec job postings require prior experience in cloud, aws, devops etc. Applied to a couple of roles but no avail. A) Can I start a career in cyber security without prior experience? B) Will CISSP or relevant cyber certifications help?
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