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December 23, 2020
Literally can't tell you one.
I have repeatedly had Rylem recruiters, who call themselves "Senior", reach out to me to ask if I am interested in positions. Mind you, I have fifteen years experience, I went to a Top NATIONALLY ranked school, and worked in Big 4 consulting in large offices on the east coast and have never switched industries. I have also held positions at top technology firm across the country and there's not a day's gap in my resume. These folks are reaching out asking me if I want jobs that require 2-3 years experience and/or pay a salary that I literally pay to my entry-level hires. I don't know if this is happening because I'm a minority/a woman or because the recruiters are dense but to anyone out there looking at roles with this company, be sure to ask for about 75% more than they are offering you. Yep, you read that correctly. Just yesterday, someone again reached out to me for a role that I did five years ago and made 70% more five years ago than what they are offering now. I know the client team, I know what both the FTE (the client offered me a job at the end of the project) and contract roles pay and Rylem is lowball the heck out out folks.
Advice to Management
Stop targeting black and brown women who you think might take less money. Pay us what we're worth. It's both embarrassing, insulting and detrimental to overall society. Also, if you find people in your network and reach out to them repeatedly and they say, "No, I wouldn't get out of bed for less than X," yah might want to put that in their profile instead of coming back with salary that was half of that.
3 years experience and/or pay a salary that I literally pay to my entry Read More
December 23, 2020
Reviewed by: Anonymous in Seattle, WA (Anonymous Contractor)
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