For those of you who have negotiated (or renegotiated) job perks and more, how do you think things have changed in the past few years? If you’re on the hiring side, what requests seem to be more common these days?
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Wondering how to ask your job interviewer about work-life balance? We’ve got some thoughts…
What do you think are the most important rules to follow at work lunches (and dinners)? Any “fun” embarrassing business lunch stories to share so that readers can learn from your mistakes…?
If your company or firm has an established “summer program” for interns or summer associates, what does it look like this year? What are the perks and “events” planned? (Also, here’s a roundup of some of our previous advice…)
Wondering where to find interview suits if you’re pregnant? So were we, so we took a look…
How do you dress when you want to look like you’re in charge?
What do you do to feel more authoritative — intentionally or not? What traits do you think make someone seem authoritative in gene
Readers: for those of you who are in the office 2-4 days a week, what are your best tips to make a hybrid work situation more efficient, predictable, and productive?
What do your vacation benefits look like? Does your office or team have rules (written or otherwise) on who can go on vacation at what time? How much vacation have you taken in recent years (and how much are you planning to take over the next 12 months or so)?
What are your best tips for interviewing at high level jobs, readers?
Have you ever lived and worked abroad (or investigated doing so)? If your job allows working remotely, have you considered a digital nomad visa? What are your best tips on how to become an international lawyer?
Have you ever disengaged from work instead of quitting? Where are the boundaries between disengaging, leaning out, and having healthy work/life balance — and is there business etiquette associated with them?