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How do business coaches build out a plan with clients so that they maintain the relationship? [more inside]
To celebrate the upcoming UN Climate Action Summit this September, I want help my company set goals to become carbon neutral, or carbon negative over time. I've searched the internet and obviously found tons of options/professional offerings, as well as some prior askmefi posts that have covered elements of this question over a decade ago. But are there any great 'do it yourself' guidance papers / websites that've been issued, with the current best practice on emissions reduction and renewable energy switching? [more inside]
I’m on maternity leave in New York (official, getting family leave money) and I just found out my workplace insurance coverage for me and my newborn has been canceled as of June 1st. Work says they are looking into it and will have it fixed ASAP- but oh my god. Does anyone know what this even means? [more inside]
I'm pretty much at the top of where I can go at my current company, the problem is I realized I'm overpaid and leaving means a paycut. Stay or go? [more inside]
I've created something and I don't know whether to turn it into research or try to sell it. Please help me figure out where to go from here. [more inside]
What have you or your workplace done to improve employee wellbeing without making it all about individual resilience? [more inside]
How do I decline a job offer, when I might want to work at the company or with the hiring manager in the future? [more inside]
I'm looking into starting a small business where I'll help out other businesses by automating repetitive tasks. I've already done this a lot at my current job, using Python, VBA and Excel and have saved my co-workers a lot of time by streamlining tasks. The problem I'm struggling with is coming up with a name for the business. I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a business name?
I've been looking for a design job at a publisher for almost a year, and I've had a lot of interviews, but no offers. I know that publishing is extremely competitive, and I'm wondering if I might have more luck in another industry. [more inside]
I got hooked on reading business case studies (they're like a weird cousin of longform magazine articles -- I just like 'em), and I've run out of my supplies. The Harvard Business Review books don't appear to be case studies, but mostly articles (and I generally don't enjoy HBR articles). I'm happy to pay for them, but buying case studies from HBR one at a time is prohibitively expensive. I've found a few released by consulting firms in the wild, but I would love a stable source of them. Thanks!
Short term job doing credit check -- can this negatively impact my credit? [more inside]
My job transitioned from a municipal position with benefits to a small non-profit where they are not required to offer health insurance based on law. At the same time my husband’s position lost funding and he’s looking for a job. I can’t afford to pay health insurance either in the marketplace or temporarily through COBRA for my family if I stay at this job. My family includes three people including a small child and a person with a chronic illness that requires medication, fairly frequent labs and fairly frequent MD appts. Help me persuade my boss that it is worth it to pay at least part of my health insurance. [more inside]
I applied for a job last week and the next day I got a phone call from a recruiter. Yay! But.. I'm so confused. Hope me please? [more inside]
For the past five years, I've been doing the taxes and GST calculations for my boyfriend's business. He has filed and paid his GST remittances every year since opening his business. This year his business only ran for two months and then we moved and he took another job instead. His entire revenue for 2018 was just over 2K and now we've got a bill for nearly 6K? [more inside]
I manage my elderly, middle-class parents funds and I'm doing a bad job. What kind of professional can help and can I afford them? [more inside]
I recently moved back to my home state to care for my aging mother. She died and I need to find work. The bulk of my working life has been in academic libraries followed by a few years of miscellaneous support positions in a community college. I would love to be an executive assistant; while I have the skills for it, my resume reads library and miscellaneous work. [more inside]
I’m a lawyer at a corporate law firm, and I need help figuring out what to do with my career. I’ve recently given birth and have six months to figure out whether to go back to the firm. I don’t want to quit without my next steps planned out, but I have no idea what I want to do—help me figure it out! [more inside]
I'm in academia, in a relatively senior position (tenured, associate professor). I already have too many projects on the go. I've bought out all my teaching for the next few years with external funding, so there's no real way to make more space in my timetable beyond that. But I keep being invited to be involved in new projects and opportunities that really excite me and I'm having trouble figuring out when to say no and when I can/should accept. What are helpful rules of thumb for figuring this out? [more inside]
Last year I was interviewed for a job that I really wanted and know I'm well-qualified for (trust me on this). It's come up again - how do I apply? [more inside]
I would like to run an LLC out of my home, including meeting with clients onsite. Where can I go to figure out what hoops I need to jump through and how in order to do this legally? OR, does anyone have feedback around what the risks are of doing this without crossing all the ts and dotting all the is of beaurocracy/zoning/??? Municipality in question is Minneapolis, MN.