Need counsel: Left advertising to go client side last year. Working at a huge company isn’t for me long-term but the money is great, I have more balance and actually raised my kids this year. I have the opportunity to be a c-suite leader at a very small agency on the rise. Super confused. Money will be less, long-term opportunity will be more. Also thinking about having another kid soonish.
Here are some of the noob questions and answers that can keep them out of this bowl. Q1. Why did X coin go up? Ans: don’t be lazy do your research. Go to the coin’s Reddit and go to the daily thread mostly you will find the news. Other crypt news sites Decrypt, CoinTelegraph. Q2: Is it still a good time to get in X coin? Ans: Again don’t be lazy. Read about the project, look at market cap, search Twitter Reddit , plot the charts and decide by yourself.
We are here to guide clients: but this is not always the case when your client believes they are the target audience for their product. How do you convince them that they are not and trust the agency?
How is important is it to follow the lead of your project? Client is working with the SC’s directly and bypasses the M on this project. I feel like I’m more successful following the SC on this project than the M.
Just started at a place that’s a bit smaller, and older on average. So far everyone is nice, the client is decent, the work is ok and the office is pretty empty by 5:30. Not used to this!
I’ve been on PTO since Friday & won’t return until next week. It’s been scheduled for months & was on our project calendar. My OOO response is on. Since 5PM Fri, I’ve received 4 lengthy emails....
Starting a project in Minneapolis and I'm looking for cute shoes that are also good for winter weather. I'm thinking cute booties or just warm shoes and change in the office. Any recommendations??
How likely is it that a firm will cut the budget for hours on a a huge lucrative client?
Partners: we've noticed how hard you've worked on this project where we completely abandoned you, did not supply you with adequate resources to complete your task, and rebuffed every attempt you made to ask for assistance. So we just wanted to take this moment to tell you that hopefully this has been a learning opportunity and you'll know better than to let us do that in the future.
I'm not ready to commit to serious dating and a relationship, but I also feel like everyone I meet either works for my employer or my client. Idk how to date über these circumstances.
How is 72andSunny for non-white folks? I know they had a client-imposed diversity initiative following the General Mills win. Has it helped?
Successfully wrapping up a tough client engagement and the partner wants to know how you hung in there
I’m on a project I like getting skills I need, but every week I hear about other cool projects I wish I could jump or do both at once. Anyone else?
I feel like I’m underperforming on my new project. Top performer usually but some communications gaps & struggling to get my foothold in the internal dynamics. Any tips to prevent a major screwup?
Karthik M I have specializations in: SAP & Oracle of 9yrs Accounts receivables especially Cash Application Accounts Payables Inventory & Order Management MIS Reports Petty cash Management Branch-Office Administration and Co-Ordination with Day-to-Day activities Bank Reconciliation Active Client Interaction Daily Bank transactions & Forecasting Dispute Management End to End Refund Processing AR-GL Reports Bad debt Reports Sales Reports & Analyzation Quick Learning Skill to any subject matter
Looking for possible jr & sr level ad/designers. Client side on an innovative industry. Would work on social + retail as well with our other agencies. DM your links.
In your opinion, what’s the expected response time for standard emails (not time sensitive, normal client/partner). 48 hours? 24 hours? 12? Depends?
EY - are tennis rackets and tennis lessons permissible under our $500 fitness reimbursement program?
Any Canadian 🐠 have tips for applying to jobs in the USA? I assume that visa eligibility is the biggest question you have to pre-answer but would love more insight. I probably need to hold off on applications until the president is confirmed either way 😅
How do you folks handle the stress during notice period, routine office commitments and giving interviews for new job it's kinda stressing me a lot. Are we expected to complete all the pending tasks before leaving the current organization ? How to manage the time, any tips here ?
With all this extra, often unnecessary, communication while my company works remote, I’ve been having an awful time getting actual work done. So I’ve started to block off major chunks of my day every morning and put up an autorespond message saying I’m focusing on a deliverable, but will be available to respond at x time and if it’s an emergency to text. HOLY SHIT. What a game changer. I can actually get work done guilt free. I realize not everyone is able to do this, but if you can, do it.
Hi team. Hope you all are well and safe. I will be joining Accenture in two weeks, want to get some understanding on the current policy on remote work and return to office date if there is one. I am currently in Seattle, WA, USA. Thank you!
What do you do when your manager is also your RL and has never managed people before? They’re impacting my mental health and I am trying to stay positive, but this every work day. Doesn’t know what they want, doesn’t know how to speak to anyone with a title below his. Makes an attempt to apologize only to repeat the same trashy behavior again. I am beginning to check out. I nearly cried during our last meeting and that wasn’t even close to the worse one we’ve had. Cont’d..
Joining competitor, boss was shocked and didn't expect to lose me to competitor. I stated reasons as step-up opportunity, project focus, pay but boss is not convinced. Competitor has similar branding, more niche focus. Getting promoted to one level up is the key reason for me. Am I missing any thought process?
Exploring an in-agency relo opportunity. Lateral move,but promotion. Would be going from small Midwest to San Fran. How much can I inflate salary to account for cost of living? I’m reading 20K 😬😬
Hi all! Anyone at Bain willing to provide a referral for an associate position? Currently an analyst at ACN and have Product experience prior and a CS degree. I’d be happy to provide further details.
Anyone familiar with Arc Worldwide’s strat team, work culture and salary? Curious about switching over to agency side.
Need an advice, even though I’m an HR. So, I’m unemployed at the moment and want to start looking for a new job. I negotiated my way out for several reasons 1) My boss was not comfortable doing diversity initiative insisting that all lives matter and we’re meritocracy based business 2) I was responsible for 33 countries, which was very demanding in a time of Covid, as I had to be on most crisis committees directly or as as oversight, and at the same time I have a child on spectrum, and with the
Basic 401k question - If I contribute x% of salary to max 19k limit. What happened in case contribution goes above 19k.Will employer does calculations and deduct only remaining portion in last payroll
So Facebook and Google reached out asking me to apply for jobs. I am currently interviewing at Google and said “no” to Facebook temporarily. Am I dumb? I am not sure I could work for Mark Z. Thoughts?
Need Help - 2 years to partner in advisory or switch to PE space and try to climb the way up, let us say 4-5yrs to partner. Pros & cons below, Advisory partner at big 4 Pros - fairly easy life, established enough credibility Cons - not very prestigious compared to PE or MBB partnerships or even C suite in industry PE partnership in AP/AM/other firms Pros - potential to make a bank, network, proven track record of turning around biz etc Cons- terrible wlb, miserable work place culture (sometimes)
I just received an offer, and want to make sure I’m not leaving any money on the table. What is the typical wiggle room companies have for negotiation? What would be a good counter salary increment (in terms of %) that won’t scare them off, but allows me to capture as much of that wiggle room they have? (No defined compensation matrix or anything at this company) thanks!
Does anyone know anyone who exited big 4 risk consulting to Google? Curious on what the exit opp was
Any thoughts on the best certifications to get in order to help move forward? I have considered the CCP from World at Work, but it’s fairly pricey to get by the time you wrap up everything. I was looking at both SHRM-CP and SPHR. Everyone that I have spoken to has the SHRM, but that’s also only looking at individuals in a small geographic footprint and within 3-4 different companies. I was hoping to get some thoughts on this from others? Thanks
Is it considered unreasonable or rude to ask recruiters to provide JD and compensation range before the first phone conversation.? I feel that would save all involved precious time.
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