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$2M

Avg Volume

$951K

Market Cap

$5B

52 Week High

$33.77

52 Week Low

$28.73

Day High

$31.98

Day Low

$30.6

Previous Close

$31.61

7 Days Mentions

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$AMC_ Legal & General Group Plc had filed 13F-HR form on 2021-11-15. They own 2,432,433 shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (US:AMC) valued at $92,579,000 USD as of 2021-09-30. They had 112,012 shares valued at $6,348,000 USD as of 2021-06-30. It appears many Institutions are Bullish for $AMC.

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$AMC_ Legal & General Group Plc had filed 13F-HR form on 2021-11-15. They own 2,432,433 shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (US:AMC) valued at $92,579,000 USD as of 2021-09-30. They had 112,012 shares valued at $6,348,000 USD as of 2021-06-30. It appears many Institutions are Bullish for $AMC.

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Screw the fat HR cunts

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$BFI to the moon 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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Using sentiment on China tech narrative for picking up Chinese tech stocks on the rebound

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Did I miss something? BILL was up 30% This Friday is up 1,000% from 20s to near 300 in 18 months? Any opinions? 27 Billion dollar company?

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Mentions

Got another email from HR for “inappropriate language in the workplace”

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The 50 EMA is going to cross the 200 EMA on the 4HR with SPY. Unless it can get 454 ASAP.

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The 50 EMA is going to cross the 200 EMA on the 4HR with SPY. Unless it can get 454 ASAP.

Mentions:#HR#SPY

Everyone said IV crush would kill my calls. So now I'm not sure what to expect in the next HR 🤣

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At least back in those days she earned it. Now we create "HR departments" so we have a place to put women with out fucking up the whatever work the company is trying to do.

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Hi, this is HR. We saw your posting history on this forum and decided to move on to other applicants. Sincerely, HR lady.

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No HR lady is getting her eggs scrambled. You'll get the letter on Friday dw

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It doesn't matter. Just put in your summary numbers and a transaction date of "various." You have less of a chance of fucking up using Turbo or HR Block online than any of the retail places.

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You have to ask someone at HR as others have said. Every company is different, I worked for Disney and by choice had money taken out of my paycheck for stock back in the late 90’s early 2000’s. I was able to withdraw that if needed.

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You were awarded 75 shares. You likely get 3k over 4 years. Verify, as one poster said, with HR.

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I could be wrong, this is why you need to talk to HR.

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Ask HR. Every company is different, my last job allowed me to vest all my options after a year, but my current job only allows 50% for 1 year and the last 50% once you hit 3 years. There also might be a few clauses in the contract that might prevent you from getting this money.

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Yoy should be able to go to your HR person and they well explain it to you

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The problem is those people always get into the HR department first and then hire their own, rotting the company from the inside out. Have to carefully protect the hiring authority from worthless fucks if you want to keep your company infection free.

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Hiring managers are either nerds who will always women, or the HR department who will always hire women

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Need more fire protection. This strat makes up to 12.1% (22.2% annualized) on MSFT with 13.2% cushion through 8/19/2022 [payoff diagram](https://imgur.com/HR5C2GF) Buy 1 $290 call Sell 1 $320 call Sell 1 $255 put 8/19/22 exp

Mentions:#MSFT#HR#GF

I keep telling our HR people this, but they just don't listen. They'll hire the guy with no GED on the spot, but they won't touch the college graduate who did time for kidnapping. I mean, you do want people who can grow into supervisors people will listen to, right? And they're quite loyal, at least as long as they're on parole.

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Drill team 6 had a sexual harassment thing come up at lunch. They are working with HR to get it resolved.

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Ps. HR called and the 1700$ I have been scrupulously sending pretax from every paycheck has been going to a vendor the institution no longer contracts with. So I got that missing 43k going for me somewhere in the universe. With this market I feel like it would have shat the bed, so at least when we find the lost money, it will have traded sideways. Trying not to react. Seems horribly wrong. Nonetheless there must be a silver lining. Thanks for the laughs. Today sucks.

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Toby from HR.

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Qhen i ledt my job all i got was an email from HR about returning my id card

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Here's his m1 finance performance. He only recovered by doing Tesla call options and getting lucky. [https://dashboard.m1finance.com/share?token=H4sIAAAAAAACA6VWTWuEMBD9K5JTC3vwk8KCByEepEyCoAtSSlncIGprl9VWzbLQv9G\_11\_SeOil6yE7OSp58zJvZt7kTIb5KMiWdGJ8OdaCbEi3f1t-gBCD9Sg-6-7n67u3HM97sJLuICbrbuf49-pg\_1qXoifbpzMZ3sn2\_BeqF-XHqR5mdaQ-qO\_c3lHepCOTVUguG3IUp1J0w75Sh53LRgtd-Dxrr9CuJroaQUZodOpzWtpsDK8ieLr8E8jYZ1WIz8BhzXX-jq0Jh5HR1gEJ6BRaG5o2YFFoICOjMRpdTkBz9O2TmTUJmruYOC3QrRtLoPGiHpq\_tfmKcrr8ycRoikZDwLPcgBtWxlYXXUloDDpG3bxwTIYuXkxHrkXQVs-FpnD-o33duk9MJmjuPGAZvmuXecdbZumyBu81hWsyreAp1WYwqHsZMAoTmHjdvDY1t9Qdr16svK7112rv3uAYeP58hhX0LY5RoZVLPEYLm60se\_1NARKvXGXzDD-xrdoz-C0BCp2abIksMqlaY1DzUT2wJI\_wDyyQTKb4frdB4nsuVf1eTTxdc4vnyy83Z3APYQsAAA&referrerCode=Vgifu\_PzaQcx](https://dashboard.m1finance.com/share?token=H4sIAAAAAAACA6VWTWuEMBD9K5JTC3vwk8KCByEepEyCoAtSSlncIGprl9VWzbLQv9G_11_SeOil6yE7OSp58zJvZt7kTIb5KMiWdGJ8OdaCbEi3f1t-gBCD9Sg-6-7n67u3HM97sJLuICbrbuf49-pg_1qXoifbpzMZ3sn2_BeqF-XHqR5mdaQ-qO_c3lHepCOTVUguG3IUp1J0w75Sh53LRgtd-Dxrr9CuJroaQUZodOpzWtpsDK8ieLr8E8jYZ1WIz8BhzXX-jq0Jh5HR1gEJ6BRaG5o2YFFoICOjMRpdTkBz9O2TmTUJmruYOC3QrRtLoPGiHpq_tfmKcrr8ycRoikZDwLPcgBtWxlYXXUloDDpG3bxwTIYuXkxHrkXQVs-FpnD-o33duk9MJmjuPGAZvmuXecdbZumyBu81hWsyreAp1WYwqHsZMAoTmHjdvDY1t9Qdr16svK7112rv3uAYeP58hhX0LY5RoZVLPEYLm60se_1NARKvXGXzDD-xrdoz-C0BCp2abIksMqlaY1DzUT2wJI_wDyyQTKb4frdB4nsuVf1eTTxdc4vnyy83Z3APYQsAAA&referrerCode=Vgifu_PzaQcx)

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At Amazon pip is abused. Your org has to put up around 10% of workforce up for dev plan (basically pre pip) and approximately 6% will be put on PIP. The plan they give is impossible to complete in a reasonable amount of time so you are essentially asked to do the impossible or take severance. Rarely anyone passes a pip. Your manager is pressured to put up 10% of team each year as a sacrifice or get berated by HR and org. Also your manager will keep his favorites and put up whoever he/she likes the least, almost completely opinion based cause they will choose what data is presented to PIP you so they can skew it good or bad.

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A lot of companies use PIPs, even smaller companies. I don't think there's anything specific to Amazon here. But agreed, the introduction of a PIP system is pretty innocuous and doesn't necessarily mean there's some larger thing at play. I know this sub hates Robinhood, but it's far more likely this is just a standard HR change and nothing more.

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No, actually it helps. Big companies have HR departments to protect the firm. They "require" a paper trail before pushing people out. They've now formalized that paper trail process so they have the needed documentation. That keeps them out of court / arbitration.

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I'm also a former big four employee. I was an engineering undergrad and was hired for risk (internal audit) right out of college. I had no clue about what the company did and lasted less than a year (though I was good at my job, it wasn't what I wanted to do). The HR later told me that they just hired me because I spoke well.

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Who do you guys use to file USA taxes? HR Block wants to charge $50 just to file one 1099-B and it looks like TurboTax wants to do the same. Any providers do 1099-Bs for free?

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No, no you didn't. HR wants to speak with you.

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SPY 20 EMA going to cross the 200 EMA on 3HR

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Report her to HR for sexual harassment.

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SPY The 50 EMA is going to cross the 200 EMA on the 3HR. The 20 EMA is going to cross the 200 EMA on the 4HR.

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It’s nuts. My wife is a traveling RN - making insane money with an associate degree. More than I’ll make as an NP by far (almost done with school). I’m an RN right now and my HR department pissed me off by not having my insurance stuff updated on time. I literally put in my resignation, emailed another hospital my resume, had an interview set up in 2 hours and was hired that day with a better schedule and much higher pay.

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Someone sent me the reddit suicide line ROFL. I'll be fine but man I really did get Bogdanoff'd today.. Maybe someone could learn some lessons or what have you. So going in I saw an opportunity to play a bounce on PTON @ 32, previous high pre COVID, and on 1/5 it bounced from there and retested its 20EMA, ok support is indeed there. It fell back below 32 and i started a very small APR 35c position playing to see if it would try to retest the moving averages again going into earnings, most stocks do to keep you guessing which way earnings will pop, besides i plan to close these calls before earnings anyways. So couple of days ago, our twitter guru posted a tweet about layoffs or whatever and i figured this was FUD to shake out anyone before earnings, so add two more times to the calls under 30 and also opened a few cash secured puts expiring before earnings. Going forward stock is starting to recover on high volume things looking good as planned. Also was going to play the same strategy on NFLX, it is at its low below its 200SMA that has not been retested and has not even attempted to retest any moving averages all month, bought in some MAR18 540s. Again two calls, small position. That god damn news drops two ago talking about raising prices and the stock looks like it is gonna start to reverse, but sells back off with the rest of the market. Add two more the next day. So I have a job where i normally am at my desk the entire day and can check any alerts or news what have you. At fucking 11:45CST my boss needs to have a urgent meeting, I have to goto this conference room and no phones allows as its about some HR issue with an employee that might get let go. So of course I come back to my desk its 13:00CST and all hell has broken loose, the PTON news and all the halts happen while i am in the fucking meeting. So i goto my car, trying to read on what all this news is about and figuring out a way out of this position, trying to set limit orders on the fucking phone, my boss calling me on the other line wanting me now to escort this guy that is getting fired out of the office. Pissed i finally sell the PTON calls and add to NFLX. I normally never play earnings, but FOMO is a bitch on a day like today. and what do you know, NFLX, a fucking FANNG stock, is now sitting at PRE COVID levels, 22% outside of a weekly Bollinger Band, skipping 505 support, 480 support, and 465 supports..... Mr Market can humble you quick.

pe’s similar to apple and microsoft, ps is a lot worse than most of the other big techs. i get all the bull points but the issues related to HR, culture, horrible reputation and the apple issues are going to weigh on them eventually in my crayon eating opinion, whether it’s soon, in a few years or a decade i really don’t know. did buy 320 feb puts last weeks because of the head and shoulders esc pattern.

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This only works if someone from HR pisses on him during the get to know you post acquisition meeting to assert dominance.

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HR will get a kick out of this

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i have a friend who just as the company we were at was about to close shop got a job at airbnb. HR tipped him off so he was let go, got a severance package and then started at airbnb a week later. Then airbnb IPOd. Luckiest bastard ever.

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The merger was kind of weird. It involved exchanging stock so it wasn't clear who acquired whom. At the time of the merger he worked for the company with more money, so they called more of the shots. They probably ignored our HR completely.

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Why is an engineer more likely to move from Microsoft to Activision than say HR Generalist II?

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Bill cheating on his wife is one thing but pretending no coworkers (particularly one in a higher position than another) have ever banged or been in any sort of a relationship - that's just dumb. I asked my HR person (similar age) at last company on a date while employed there. She laughed and turned me down. I said OK. A few months later got a new job, she did my exit interview, told her to reach out if she ever needed some consulting in exchange for beer. Said goodbye. Got a text from her two days later. We dated for a year. A billionaire by default will have a tremendous power imbalance with 99% of global population. I don't think that means they must die alone. Harassment or quid-pro-quo in work situations is very different from asking someone out on a date and walking away from rejection. If that employee had taken up Bill on his offer, it wouldn't have been in any violation since she probably could've quit that instant and never have to worry about money again...

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I worked for one of their distribution companies. Two co-workers hooked up at a work event, one of them took nudes of the other. The Monday morning he was showing these nudes to other staff members in our Monday morning meeting. She found out and complained to HR, they did nothing as it wasn't a company purchased phone. She didn't call the police as her husband would have found out. She was fired within a week. I avoided all company events where possible (some were compulsory), and made my escape shortly after... From what I've heard the guy as now middle management and I've heard things are no better. The sad thing is that I have so many stories like this. Drug use was also widespread, but that's a video game industry problem that's not exclusive to AB. I could write a book but don't fancy the legal trouble....

Mentions:#HR#AB

call HR at the market maker he works at to check

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I ran it for a business unit of a major company. We would need a good reason to do that and a direct request from HR. Nobody in it is looking to piss of the business.

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Huh I wonder if it's possible to get HR to grant him seniority from his years at microsoft. Better schedules, better internal opportunities that way.

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I had an intro interview for a job that I really want the other day. WFH with some travel involved and it would double my current salary. Felt like it went really well and I had a good rapport with the HR guy. The way the market is being, I’m just frantically checking my email every 5 minutes for a follow up

Mentions:#WFH#HR

I work for a recently IPOd fintech and received a lot of equity. Our stock is getting pummeled, it’s hard to watch, but internally…everything is going well with our growth, culture, leadership ( I work in the People/HR org and know these things ) - and there hasn’t been anything groundbreaking in the news that is directly causing the plummet. So do I hate it? Yeah…but I also feel like, okay…this has to reverse at some point, right? Not sure if that helps…but I feel your pain and also find it a bit maddening given what I am seeing internally versus the external trend.

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Does she make enough as an HR manager to fund your gambling account for you? Might have been your chance to become a kept man.

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I was that close at the work party man. We chatted for a bit but I just didnt have the balls to go all-in. She is *the* HR manager. If I didnt give a fuck about this job I would have tried by now.

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Go up to her and give her and start massaging her shoulders and then say “what’s a pretty broad like you doing in a HR dept. like this?”. What’s the worst that can happen dude? Bonus points if you do it in front of your boss.

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I cant get over how hot and pretty this HR girl is. I would sell any of you for an hour with her

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They’re buying it at ATVI’s fair market value (FMV), which is priced well and generously for investors to entice them enough to sell. Honestly, the video game industry is so big that ATVI plays a relatively small role in the grand scheme of the US video game market. Sony is a huge company. I don’t have the exact figures, but the combination of MSFT and ATVI would pretty much put MSFT in lock-step with Sony’s share of the video game market. Will regulators allow this? Why wouldn’t they? Regulators want a free marketplace and ATVI is in desperate need of a mature and responsible parent company that doesn’t tolerate the HR nightmare of a toxic dumpster fire in Blizz’s culture. I couldn’t think of a better way to improve ATVI’s leadership team than to simply get rid of all of them and replace them. That is what is being proposed here, and I feel overall pretty optimistic about the chances this will go through.

Mentions:#ATVI#MSFT#HR

Great move for both companies. Microsoft has a comparative advantage in HR and steering through political minefields. Bill Gates took the arrows and bailed, Ballmer just cashed checks for Windows licenses, but in Satya Nadella, MSFT has the best setup. Activision/Blizzard's been a great franchise, but the politics got sensitive, and Kotick and company just didn't have the bureaucratic and political savvy for this kind of a problem. Microsoft has managed to make themselves boring and administrative, there's no Zuckerberg style agita. So a great combination. Microsoft has all kinds of ability to make use of gaming assets, and they can fix problem at Activision that the board there couldn't . . .

Mentions:#HR#MSFT

I disagree. Sexual harassment allegations are irrelevant to a businesses long term success or failure. Easy to get rid of the bad apples. Any HR issue really is fixable by some firings and no one person is ever that important to a company.

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Are we going to see that DEATH CROSS ON THE 4HR SPY

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Damn. From a daily work and HR POV, it's not a bad way to correct the gross misconduct of management... But like what is MSFT going to find when they onboard the ATVI employees? Shudder. Still glad I stopped investing in a company that was shitting on it's employees.

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First sack the HR department that enabled this behavior for years. I haven't heard about any of them facing consequences.

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I can't invest until all the women in HR who looked the other way are fired.

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Do you ever reference the 100/180 SMA on lower time frames such as 4HR/1HR or do you mostly stick to the daily?

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Damn I’m pretty sure the HR people who made the harassment course are really fun at parties

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Great info and well put. Thanks for HR hard work!

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You conception is wrong, the idea isn’t that it replaces the real world it will add an digital layer and other experience for the user. It’s HW and Software. It’s also more interessting for corporations currently than privat use. What is already used today: -Pain Therapie, use of AR makes patients feel less pain -Appartement Visits (Even if it’s more about an automated content creation) -Protoypes design -Immersion in Education (okay only the rich Kids but it works) -Water- and normal slides in Amusement parcs add AR to it -Training and Development (e.g HR learn handling difficult discussions with AR Training) Also those AR Googles let you have up to 6 independent screens on it, sooner or later screens will only exist for sharing with somebody who has no AR and then we have the mass adaption for everything. It’s not about replacing going out with your friends, but going out with them and this technology add something to your experience…

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Seems like a low number based on how toxic the place seemed. HR has their work cut out for them.

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That’s just not right…it’s already well used as pain Relief in many Hospitals, HR Training and also for immersive experiences in school….

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Power move is to call the girls in HR baby girl

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so apparently I can't call my coworkers baby girl who knew now HR wants to talk to me

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> I believe certain aspects of it will stay like the gender pronouns and perhaps a greater tolerance for people's overall experiences This is exactly how it is right now in my area of expertise. Silly things like trying to remove master/slave as terminology in computing. I couldn't care either way as long as we're not making that a priority over real work. We are a global company and I work with people on 4 continents every week. Intolerance toward diverse experiences makes a person completely unsuited to this work. Diversity quotas are absolutely not a part of hiring criteria in my experience. HR would probably try to filter but they can't even meet their hiring targets as it is. If two engineers that are both qualified we would hire both. We've done that multiple times in the last year. It seems strange but big-tech is talent limited, not money limited or idea limited. I have never worked in part of one of these companies that relies on hiring committees for non-manager engineers. Maybe companies that hire like that are more affected? Google comes to mind. Google is the company that came to mind reading the Twitter thread. I have very few contacts there.

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TEAM (Atlassian) actually make money unlike a lot of other growth stocks. They are also very strong in the area of enterprise software. Only real competitors are MSFT (incl. GitHub) and Gitlab. The many integrations of Jira as well as Atlassian‘s advances into non-software areas like HR processes are an advantage of them.

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We had a woman who worked for us who was just awful at her job. Could not understand instructions at all. Could not do the job. Barely spoke English. She wasn't just not productive, she actually dragged the team down. I worked with my Director to finally get her fired after... ...failing her Performance Improvement Program (PIP). HR told us they can't fire her because she's Asian and female and in California, that it's just simply too hard. This was over 5 years ago. That's more from that thread. Ffs in the legal world they'd drum your ass out if you didn't hit billable hours.

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1,600/HR… Heyoo…they ain’t serving burgers. This is the new Wendy’s Strip Club… With 10 VIP rooms…

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Smart companies have predetermined purchase periods - usually twice a year. HR will deduct a percentage of employee’s salary (1-10% of the employee’s choosing) from each paycheck and set those funds aside until the purchase period rolls around (e.g., January and June). Any employee with insider knowledge of company financials prior to quarterly earnings releases (CFO, accounting, SEC reporting, internal audit, etc) would be prohibited from purchasing stock outside of the semi-annual purchase period or, at the very least, be required to publicly disclose stock purchase as “insider ownership”. That last part may be an SEC requirement. I see a lot of companies do that so it may be standard.

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my 401k and pension stuff all handled as company stock (private company but trade like a public one or whatever you called it) on Vanguard, every time I try to ask something, HR always say talk to Vanguard, And vanguard is always like, you are all set, don't ask, no worry. Whatever, I treated it as a saving account

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I don't see why not. Just reach out to your HR rep for clarification. There are plenty of people who own shares of companies they work at. Companies actually encourage this. It promote loyalty and productivity. Plenty of companies actually give you discount if you buy shares of your company. For example, employee stock sharing plan has where you can dedicate X amount percentage of your salary to buy the company stock and they will give you Y amount of discount. Let say you asked HR to withhold 10% of you salary every paycheck to buy the company stock. The company may have a policy where they give 10% discount. If the current market price is $100 per share, you get to buy in at $90.

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It depends. If you are a higher level employee, or at a smaller start-up, you may be subject to rules on insider trading. In these cases you typically need to contact the CFO or their office to make any sale or purchase. I don't think this applies to lower-level employees at bigger companies. That said, many companies vest money in the company stock on your behalf, and you can sell and trade so long as the CFO approves that it isn't based on insider knowledge. Essentially, if you are in a position to have insider information then you need to talk to the CFO's office or HR before doing anying. Insider information would be like knowing major problems that aren't yet public, knowing that earnings are going to be much higher than expected, knowing that a new product is about to be announced, etc. Insider trading is illegal and has put people in jail and house arrest (Martha Stewart!) Which leads to my suggestion: Just Don't. There are thousands of companies that are publicly traded - you don't need to invest in the one you work for for any reason based on investing principles (unless you get certain benefits when purchasing stock). Rather, most want to out of sentimentality or pride. These are natural feelings, but they aren't ones that ought guide your investing. Just avoid your company's stock - no need to risk it or go through the hassle because there isn't a ration reason you need to buy *that specific stock*. Or buy an etf holding it - that isn't subject to the same rules!

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It technically applies to everyone. There are blackout dates when you can’t buy / sell, but generally only apply if you have some knowledge of non-public information. HR will know so it’s worth checking with them.

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Ask HR if they have a policy. If you have access to financial data you may only be allowed to buy during certain periods. That’s company policy though. If they have no policy, just know you can’t buy/sell based on non-public info. You can setup weekly deductions if you want tho. I have P&L visibility so I can only make changes to my weekly contributions during certain periods as an internal policy. In real life my purchases aren’t enough to attract SEC attention so I doubt anyone would ever care.

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This is the answer. OP said he was equivalent to batista at Starbucks. No concern there what so ever of MNPI. If he was working in position creating the financial statements, now it's a different story. And their HR department is on their asses if they haven't given at least basic insider trading training to anyone who could possibly be privy to material non-public information.

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I work for a company like that. Speak to HR/legal, don’t assume anything.

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If you are publicly Traded company your HR department or company website will have information available on any stock purchase plan if it is offered. I don’t think you need to worry about any insider information or insider trading. That level of employee typically gets options and or grants and are notified of black out periods where you can’t purchase or sale shares. ( Typically around earnings) If stock grants or options aren’t part of your employers comp plan then I would still think certain levels of associates would be notified of any black out periods from purchasing or selling. Again, your HR department or the company website probably has more details for you.

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Surprised your company does not have employee stock purchase plans, should ask HR about it to get plan started if there is not one. Since your a low level employee with no insider information, IMO, no worries. Diversity is your friend, IMO not more then 35% in company stock.

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Yes. Poster will need to check w/ HR and compliance before buying or selling. The company I work for is publicly traded and we have to preclear all trades (of company stock) with compliance beforehand.

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You’ll need advice from HR, there will almost definately be an insider trading policy you’ll have to abide by when buying/exercising/selling stock.

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Depends on the corporate policy. You're subject to insider trading laws if you have material non-public information about the company. You're also open to prosecution if someone else acted on information that you provided. For instance, the company I work for had a policy that any time you wanted to buy or sell company stock, you had to get a written acknowledgement from the legal team that you were not a person who had material non-public information. We also had to go through a specific service at the same brokerage we use to manage our 401k. And we also had to adhere to a blackout period where no one could trade, period. That actually became a problem for our company because we had a very small legal staff and they were getting blown up by requests to trade. So the company moved to an employee stock purchase program that is now the only way we can purchase shares. tl;dr - Even if you are not a person who has material, non-public information about the company, check with your HR department to find out about your company's rules around investing in the company.

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You can definitely invest, ask HR if they have an employee stock purchase program because you might get a discount too

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I'm trans. *Congrats you won HR*

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