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I’ve been asked for my current compensation in the final stage of a job interview, but I don’t want to disclose it. Is it ok to refuse and ask the employer to pay me what they think I’m worth?
I’m interested in a great job opportunity, but the compensation range is below what I want. Should I apply anyway and see if they will offer me more money if/when they fall in love with me?
I want to leave my current company because it is in decline, bonus payouts are gone and I don’t see a future. How would you portray this motivation in an interview?
My company has been struggling and the stock has been sinking for a while. How much will the negative brand impact my candidacy for a new job? Do companies only want to hire lawyers from “successful” companies?
My husband and I are new attorneys with young kids. He works long hours so I need a predictable job so I can take care of my family. What path should I pursue to achieve this and still enjoy career success?
I want to hire a superstar tech transactions lawyer with 12+ years of experience at the Sr. Director level. What do I need to pay to be competitive in this market to land him/her?
I’ve been given several months notice that my in-house position is being eliminated. Should I panic and start looking for a job asap or wait until closer to my last day?
I’m thinking about taking a “quasi-legal” position (no JD required, but housed in Legal). Will this hurt my chances of finding a future legal position in a law firm or company?
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I am a public sector employment attorney with no opportunities to advance. I have an offer from a public company for a compliance role. The role is great and provides growth, but does not have a legal counsel title and reports through HR. Would taking this role be viewed as a step backwards?
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