Which would you choose?
I have a client who wants to book me out for the next 6 months. The quality of work is meh and brands are small which makes for a bit of a boring experience + no chance of portfolio work, but the pay is good.
I’m trying to get more work w exciting agencies and am currently chatting w a few right now about upcoming work. I feel like it will come through, and if it does I’ll kick myself if I’m booked for the next 6 months.
How do I keep the first client at bay w/out closing the door on them?
I prefer transactional law but ended up with a litigation firm out of school (still inside yr 1). Too soon to look for in-house gigs or should I try switching firms first?
What is comp like for Consultant 1/2 at EYP?
What’s your worst inventory count story?
Hello. I work in Hospice and was presented an amazing opportunity to start a program from the ground up. I have to select which EMR system we’re going to use, previously I used Home Care Home Base and Point Care for field clinicians to document. Would love to hear what other systems are out there and what you like about them.
What is Slalom’s paternity leave benefit and do you have to be there for a year to get it?
Been recently using the Hilton honors app to book hotels for work. Thinking about using the Chase portal with my CSR instead. Thoughts or input on this?
If a B2B SaaS startup raised at a 55x TTM multiple last year and is on track to triple revenue YoY what multiple would it get on the next raise with a 15% EBIT margin?
Does anyone access to Deloitte Trueblood Case?
Anyone have nice/luxury hotel recs for Cairo? Looking to stay at a nice place for one day before moving around. Preferably with a good pool and view of the Nile but I’m open.
I am only 4 months into working at my current firm. I already know it isn’t a good long-term fit because it is tech consulting. As a recent Finance graduate who interned in Corporate Treasury at a bank, I want to work for a firm with a stronger focus on management, strategy, financial services, or m&a consulting. Looking for an entry level analyst/associate role. If you work at a firm with a strong presence in any of these areas and know about an role that can be a good fit, please let me know!
I’m so underpaid it’s not even funny and there’s no hope of a raise for 2020 and very limited job opportunities elsewhere. I realize I’m lucky to have a job right now but still, it’s a bummer.
Looking for a personal trainer in Chicago that won't break the bank! About 50-65$ per session, once or twice a week. Thanks
What advice would you give an Asian American with 7 years of foreign experience working for NGOs and Educational institutions coming back to USA with their family? Wondering whether to stick in the same industry or try to reimagine my career in corporate marketing if possible. I've started 3 startups while abroad too so would that help?
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• Must have excellent attention to detail and good problem - solving skills.
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Have you ever dated someone & treated them badly? Dated my ex for 3 years who treated me like an absolute QUEEN.. didn't really realized this until now. Broke up in 2017 but so many regrets..?
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Anyone have any tips for interviewing or getting past the initial interview stage? Any tips for dealing with constant rejection and being ghosted during the interview process? Currently in my position for 5 years doing tech support (4.5 years in inventory management) and trying to find a similar position and still struggling with finding another position
My company just posted a role for Senior Technical Recruiter. DM me if you would like a referral and more info.
My line manager sends me work to do but my *colleague* keeps sending out group emails thanking and praising me for "sorting it for her". To put it plainly, this is annoying the crap out of me. No I haven't sorted it for you, I did it because it's my job. Is this annoying for other people too?
Has anyone made a pivot from data science into another career? I have a passion for data governance and considered upskilling in that space. Perhaps even in analytics engineering. I love data and do enjoy coding but I’m honestly just not loving the direction of machine learning and AI. Can I learn jt? Sure. But I really don’t have a passion for it.
Hey everyone! I just applied to a customer
success position for Eventbrite inc. & | am
given an assignment to do for few
questions! I've answered most of them
except these two as I'm a little hesitant.
Can somebody please help me out?😭
Posting the questions below!
Considering a new role (currently at VMware but the acquisition has me 😬). What type of culture and reputation does Redis, SoftwareOne or MuleSoft have? I have had interviews with all three recently.
Trying to renegotiate comp as the scope of my role has increased. My role is part Project Manager + Program Manager + Content Management + Consumer Insights Research. Right now at 125 + bonus but no stock grants/options. Looking at total comp in tech seems those roles are closer to $200-250k total comp. I asked for stock options and they said not possible (acquisition bureaucracy), advice?
Still a contractor and there's a hiring freeze til after the 1st of the year. I want to leverage LinkedIn's browsing for other opportunities and enabling recruiter views so I can shop around. However, my current recruiter would probably see that since they too are on LinkedIn in. How would I go about this in this case?
If my “end-goal” is CTO or CIO what steps do I need to take to get there? I’m 40 years old and don’t want to be irrelevant.
Hey all, any tips in getting out of sales? I’ve been doing SMB tech sales for a few years and legitimately have to be an account manager as well post sale for customers to be successful. Seeing a lot of “customer success manager” roles that look appealing but they always have 1000+ applicants
Looking into a position at National Grid- any positive/negative feedback on the company, culture, growth opportunities, or community?
Anyone feel like when it comes to your confidence in yourself and your professional growth, that your job title is almost as important as the salary? Salary is of course hugely important. But when you’re operating at a level that’s higher than your title, does anyone ever feel like they’re not good enough? Ugh. Sorry! Boss got in my head today and it’s just taking it’s toll!
I’ve been at my company as a glorified Helpdesk/Tier 1 Tech Support for a little over 1.5yrs now… I’m apparently up for the next position as it’s open. I currently make less than $30k/yr, new role is $56k-$75k… how much should I ask for? I’ve been told by others in the role they make around $65k.
Any gardeners? If so two questions: 1. Are these flowers or weeds? 2. Do you pull out dead daffodils or leave them be? Thank you!
Any advice on landing a job at LinkedIn? And any insight into the interview process? Specifically for a business intelligence/data analytics role. Thanks in advance!
After my career talk with my manager, he discussed my aspirations with our CPO (his manager). And apparently our CPO offered to connect me with a mentor within the company outside our team.
I have mixed feelings about this. Is it cos they think I don't have my shit together?
I have a 1:1 with my CPO next week to discuss who would be a good mentor for me. I have never had mentors in my life... How should I approach this?.. What should be my expectations with the mentor?
Hi, I need your honest opinion on this. Currently I have done AWS cloud practitioner certificate and want to progress but I don't think to like Solution Architect that much, I feel it will be boring for me. I love to create things, and love data manipulation, so I found this course in Google data engineer + AI... I feel it might be good fit for me. What do you think about it. Am looking for something I can study and stick with it long run. Thanks 😊.
Is anyone willing to refer for Project, Program, or Product Management positions? I’m a leader on a Customer Success team in the SaaS space, but the workplace is becoming more toxic by the day and burnout is real. Same story as most people that post here, have applied to hundreds of places and interviewed with a few but nothing concrete has come out of it. Would appreciate the help! 🙂
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