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If you're interested, our realtor only required 1.5% commission instead of the usual 3%. You get a check, tax-free, about two or three weeks after close. Made a pretty big difference for us.

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If you're interested, our realtor only required 1.5% commission instead of the usual 3%. You get a check, tax-free, about two or three weeks after close. Made a pretty big difference for us.
Thanks, but due to our financial mess, I'm looking to rent.

My mom is going to help me so I can afford this nice house for rent in our kids' school district that is outside my price range by myself.

http://www.nothnagle.com/Properties/...S=19&M=R196167

The house is really nice (although, I could do without the pink & white wallpaper in the master lol) and the yard situation is sweet because it has a fenced in backyard that leads to a huge common yard for the neighborhood.

Lots of kids, including the family of my oldest's former scout leader.

I REALLY hope I get it.

Even my wife wants me to get it to avoid my plan B place that would be awkward....

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He had his son with him last night when I did a walk through and he was nice.

I filled out 99% of the application (I don't have my plate # memorized yet) and I have to write a app fee check and mail it in tomorrow.

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Sigh, I love where I work. My coworkers, bosses, the office, location, etc. However, it seems the company is starting to grow up a bit and starting to move in a bad direction (i.e. try to juice the profits by nickel and diming employees). Note: wall of text and work related ranting incoming.

Last year,we had reviews end of Sept/Early Oct, and I was only here 6 months. So, the just under 5% bump I got was considered, for me at least, found money. However, people who were here a bit longer than me (like, 3 months longer) were given a 12% bump, plus an automatic 10% bump 12 months from then in exchange for a 2 year non compete. This was given pretty much to every employee on the tech side who started in 2010 (I started early 2011). So I thought this was the standard and set my expectations as such.

Once September came and went with no reviews, I started to ask my boss and my bosses boss what was going on. Was told reviews were coming, etc. October came and went, and in November I brought it up again. Finally, just before thanksgiving, my boss and I sat down and had a review. Glowing review, I'm doing a great job, etc. However, my boss told me, he doesn't control my raise and I have to meet with HR. Now, it should be noted, those who started a few months before me got a 12% raise last year and had an automatic 10% raise kicked in. So, while they have seen their base salary go up 22%, I have only seen in raise 5%. I noted that in my review and noted I would like to get a similar deal. I was a bit worried when on the review sheet the highest number i saw was '7%' under the raise amount. So, I go to HR hoping they would at match or offer something comparable to what my coworkers got last year.

I meet with HR, and am told that "Well we are going to redo reviews and have everyone around June next year so everyone is on the same page"

"So, my review was for?"

"oh just so you could get some feedback"

"So, no raises?"

"Well we are looking at maybe a bonus for people in a similar situation as you to help them, but that hasn't been approved yet, so don't count on that"

So, having followed the 'path' prescribed by my boss and basically getting the 'Oh well you are getting nothing', I decide to speak directly with my bosses boss, VP of Operations and CTO. I ask him if he has a few minutes, he asks what I want to talk about, I tell him, he says "Ok, let's have lunch and talk about it" and we schedule a time. We have lunch, I bring up my concerns. We talk long term, career options for me, I even have some wrote up job descriptions with me for roles in the company I think are needed that I could fill. He agrees with me that the situation is unfair and asks me exactly what I want. I spell out what I'd like he said 'Ok, I will talk with HR this afternoon. But the best case scenario is likely a small bump now and a bigger bump when we do reviews in June'. Which honestly, I would be fine with. Just a show that I am important to the company and they want to take care of me.

And since then....silence. Lunch was on Friday, and I've heard a whole bunch of nothing. However, a bit more disturbing to my bosses boss, CTO and VP of Operations.....no longer controls my salary. Instead it is controlled by a HR person who has been with the company less than 3 months with zero (as far as I know) tech background. On top of this whole fiasco, after much saying 'Oh don't worry the 401K program is coming!' they announced it last week, 401k is indeed coming. However, the company will not be providing any matching. Zero%. Aka the only benefit of investing in your 401k is tax free saving.

Maybe I'm complaining a bit too much. There are still alot of perks about this job and I love working here. However, recent developments really have put a hamper on my long term enthusiasm and career goals here. I'm reasonably sure that with a bit of resume tweaking and a certification or two, I could land a gig that has a 40-50% higher pay with a better benefits package (including better bonuses and reasonable % match 401k), so it appears, for now at least, I need to start looking at taking care of my long term options as it doesn't appear my current place is willing to commit to me long term. Anyways, any of you peeps in IT have some general advice about navigating the waters? The only people I could go to higher about this is the owners of the company, and while I know them, I certainly don't feel comfortable going to their office and requesting a meeting about it. Anyways, long rant over.

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My mom is going to help me so I can afford this nice house for rent in our kids' school district that is outside my price range by myself.

http://www.nothnagle.com/Properties/...S=19&M=R196167
One of my good friends from college basically lives next door to that house. She lives on Mareeta.

I knew Fisher Rd was familiar to me, that's why.

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And since then....silence. Lunch was on Friday, and I've heard a whole bunch of nothing. However, a bit more disturbing to my bosses boss, CTO and VP of Operations.....no longer controls my salary. Instead it is controlled by a HR person who has been with the company less than 3 months with zero (as far as I know) tech background. On top of this whole fiasco, after much saying 'Oh don't worry the 401K program is coming!' they announced it last week, 401k is indeed coming. However, the company will not be providing any matching. Zero%. Aka the only benefit of investing in your 401k is tax free saving.

Maybe I'm complaining a bit too much. There are still alot of perks about this job and I love working here. However, recent developments really have put a hamper on my long term enthusiasm and career goals here. I'm reasonably sure that with a bit of resume tweaking and a certification or two, I could land a gig that has a 40-50% higher pay with a better benefits package (including better bonuses and reasonable % match 401k), so it appears, for now at least, I need to start looking at taking care of my long term options as it doesn't appear my current place is willing to commit to me long term. Anyways, any of you peeps in IT have some general advice about navigating the waters? The only people I could go to higher about this is the owners of the company, and while I know them, I certainly don't feel comfortable going to their office and requesting a meeting about it. Anyways, long rant over.
I'd give it a couple more weeks and then ask the CTO about it again. If your initial lunch with the guy was on Friday, he's really only had a day and half or so to even do anything about it, and he probably hasn't yet. I'd probably give it to the end of next week and then just bring it up casually with him if you haven't heard back. Going to the owners (even if you know them) puts you in a bad spot if your boss or the CTO find out about it and they don't like it.

If you decide you want out for sure at some point, I'd say just narrow down what path you want to go down and focus on that. Tailor your resume to that specific path and get any certifications in that area up to date. Take a look at what's available in the area to make sure it's a path that won't be a waste of time, too. Being near/in Chicago I assume you could focus on pretty much anything, though.

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I'd give it a couple more weeks and then ask the CTO about it again. If your initial lunch with the guy was on Friday, he's really only had a day and half or so to even do anything about it, and he probably hasn't yet. I'd probably give it to the end of next week and then just bring it up casually with him if you haven't heard back. Going to the owners (even if you know them) puts you in a bad spot if your boss or the CTO find out about it and they don't like it.

If you decide you want out for sure at some point, I'd say just narrow down what path you want to go down and focus on that. Tailor your resume to that specific path and get any certifications in that area up to date. Take a look at what's available in the area to make sure it's a path that won't be a waste of time, too. Being near/in Chicago I assume you could focus on pretty much anything, though.
Yeah I've got a basic plan coming down the pipe:

CCNA (Finally) and RHCSA, along with picking up some powershell to keep me current on the windows side of things. I thought about specializing but, IMHO, in IT that really limits your options. What is more important to me than exactly what I do (Network, System Administrator or even a Do-everything Admin/IT Support for a smaller company) is that I land at a place that is both able to take care of me and compensate me long term, but is that considered an important part of the infrastructure and treated as such. Last thing I want to be is another disposable cog (or being treated as a disposable cog even if the reality is much different). I am treated very well at my current job and, while the income/long term security stuff is important, I'm not quite running for the door quite yet because of the environment. However, with a wedding to pay for as well as my fiance being on a fixed resident income for at least 5 years, anything I can do in the next year to improve my income and long term stability will really improve our quality of living until she starts getting the big doctor dollars.

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Yeah I've got a basic plan coming down the pipe:

CCNA (Finally) and RHCSA, along with picking up some powershell to keep me current on the windows side of things. I thought about specializing but, IMHO, in IT that really limits your options. What is more important to me than exactly what I do (Network, System Administrator or even a Do-everything Admin/IT Support for a smaller company) is that I land at a place that is both able to take care of me and compensate me long term, but is that considered an important part of the infrastructure and treated as such. Last thing I want to be is another disposable cog (or being treated as a disposable cog even if the reality is much different). I am treated very well at my current job and, while the income/long term security stuff is important, I'm not quite running for the door quite yet because of the environment. However, with a wedding to pay for as well as my fiance being on a fixed resident income for at least 5 years, anything I can do in the next year to improve my income and long term stability will really improve our quality of living until she starts getting the big doctor dollars.
It's kind of a fine line. Specializations do limit your options, but at the same time they do help you to not become that replaceable cog. If you're the guy that knows everything there is to know about X and that system stays running running solely because of you, it becomes harder to replace you. On the flip side you'll have way more options as a jack of all trades IT guy, but there's also a billion other people that do that. Hell, our copier repair guy was telling me yesterday the company he works for is requiring all their techs to get A+ and Net+ certs because they want to cover small business IT while they're on location fixing copiers. You're more easily replaceable if you don't have something within the business to label as your own.

That said, that's why I target small to medium sized (20 to a couple hundred employees), non-IT businesses when I'm looking. If you can get in somewhere as the sole point of contact IT person for a business, you're pretty much golden. In that kind of role it's good to have a broad knowledge of everything, but at the same time because you're the sole point of contact for the business you have ownership over all things IT. Once you start building or replacing systems, they pretty much become yours and it becomes difficult to replace you. Plus in a non-IT business, your word basically becomes law since you're generally not going to get challenged over IT decisions (unless it's budget related).

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It's kind of a fine line. Specializations do limit your options, but at the same time they do help you to not become that replaceable cog. If you're the guy that knows everything there is to know about X and that system stays running running solely because of you, it becomes harder to replace you. On the flip side you'll have way more options as a jack of all trades IT guy, but there's also a billion other people that do that. Hell, our copier repair guy was telling me yesterday the company he works for is requiring all their techs to get A+ and Net+ certs because they want to cover small business IT while they're on location fixing copiers. You're more easily replaceable if you don't have something within the business to label as your own.

That said, that's why I target small to medium sized (20 to a couple hundred employees), non-IT businesses when I'm looking. If you can get in somewhere as the sole point of contact IT person for a business, you're pretty much golden. In that kind of role it's good to have a broad knowledge of everything, but at the same time because you're the sole point of contact for the business you have ownership over all things IT. Once you start building or replacing systems, they pretty much become yours and it becomes difficult to replace you. Plus in a non-IT business, your word basically becomes law since you're generally not going to get challenged over IT decisions (unless it's budget related).
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I steal t-shirts. Pretty sure I have at least 10 t-shirts with my employers name on them somewhere.

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