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Mrs Maegan Elizabeth Nunley, P.E., M.ASCE

Luna Engineering

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Mrs Maegan Nunley, P.E., M.ASCE


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Posted By Maegan Nunley 9/21/2020 3:36:19 PM
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Has anyone ever told you to build your professional brand and you had no idea what that meant or how to do it? Your professional brand is who you are in the professional world – both online and in person. The online version of you is extremely important. Have you Googled yourself lately? What are ...
Posted By Maegan Nunley Mar 31, 2020 9:24 AM
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Hi Danielle,  Great idea for a thread. I became self-employed a few months ago and this is my set up. My side "table" is actually two bedside tables pushed together. Hopefully someday I'll be able to buy some legitimate office furniture (standing desk, real table, etc.) As far as tips for staying productive, ...
Posted By Maegan Nunley Feb 12, 2020 10:06 AM
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Julian,  I feel as though it is fairly standard for consulting firms to send employees to conferences and/or multi-day training sessions, if not once a year, then every other year. However, the conferences are usually relevant to at least one of the company's business lines. I personally don't feel as ...
Posted By Maegan Nunley Feb 7, 2020 10:23 AM
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For job interviews, it is better to be overdressed than under-dressed in my experience. Even if the day-to-day dress code at the firm is fairly casual, you should always dress on the more formal end of the spectrum for an interview unless specifically told otherwise by the firm. Interview dress code ...
Posted By Maegan Nunley Jan 17, 2020 8:13 AM
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I agree with all of the others, if your duties are changing/increasing and you are not being compensated for that effort, then you are not being paid what you are worth. If you love the company enough - aside from being under compensated - then I think Stephanie's suggestion below is a good one: seek ...