COVID-19 is still changing the way we work, which means it’s changing the way we interview, too. When it comes to asking questions, you want to cover not only what safety measures your potential employer has in place, but also show that you recognize the pandemic is having major repercussions for companies. Here are a few questions to ask.
COVID-19 is still changing how we live and work across the country. Due to a decrease to in-person interactions, some businesses have suffered major downturns in business. This has resulted in job losses in many industries, like leisure and hospitality and food service.
Although some of these industries will eventually bounce back, many individuals can’t wait for that to happen. It’s easy to get discouraged when you need a job now, but your industry isn’t hiring. If you have a friend or loved one who is feeling down and out in their job search, there are a few ways you can help. Let’s dig in.
Working from home means more flexibility, but it also means more distractions. Kids, pets, significant others, social media, phone calls from friends—there’s plenty out there to take your attention away from your job.
Being separated from your manager makes checking in more difficult, which means you have to manage your own time to a certain extent. That said, we want to know if you’ve found it challenging to hold yourself accountable while working remotely. Let us know by voting in our poll!
Over the past several months, people who never used video conferencing software before the COVID-19 pandemic have become believers in the potential the technology has for how they conduct business in today’s always connected world.
Back in May, we wrote a blog focusing on what job seekers can do to stand out in a video interview. Here are a few more tips to consider you may not have thought about.
Although workplaces across the country are reopening, COVID-19 is still changing what the hiring process looks like. To cut down on face-to-face interactions, many companies have switched to video interviews.
Once the interview is over, it’s a good idea to reach back out to your interviewer and thank them for their time with a personal note. However, COVID-19 has changed what following-up entails. Here are a few steps to follow.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has changed what seasonal hiring looks like this summer, there are still jobs available. Physical workspaces re-opening means more janitorial and temperature screener jobs, while companies still utilizing remote work need additional remote employees. Here are a few hot jobs this summer.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact many parts of the country, which makes taking proper workplace wellness precautions incredibly important.
If you’re returning to work soon and aren’t sure what you should be doing to stay safe, these tips will help you with safety: