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Question of The Month: What Job Search Topics Do You Want to Learn More About on Job Journey in 2021?

2020 is finally over and done, and it’s time to set our sights on 2021. We’re prepping our content calendar, and we want to know what job search and career insights you want to see more of.

Whether it’s interviews, resumes, hot jobs, or anything else, we want to know what you want to learn about in 2021. Let us know by voting in our poll! (more…)

Question of the Month: In 2021, Finding a New Job Will Be:

For many, 2020 was difficult. The COVID-19 pandemic, political and civil unrest, natural disasters, and more made finding a job incredibly tough. However, with a new year comes hope for change.

We want to know what you think the job search will look like in 2021. Will it be better? Worse? More of the same? Let us know by voting in our poll!

Question of the Month: How Do You Prefer to Interact with the Companies, Stores, Etc. That You Patronize?

Sometimes companies seem to try every method they can to stay connected with you: email, apps, texts, and more. It can get a bit frustrating when you’re consistently bombarded with sales and discounts.

That’s why we want to know how you prefer to hear from businesses. What method should companies focus on to communicate with you? Let us know by voting in our poll! (more…)

Question of the Month: Will Your Company Have an Annual Holiday Party This Year?

2020 has been a wild ride of a year! Nobody is quite sure what work will look like in 2021, and the way we experience work is constantly changing. One thing that’s likely to look different this year? The annual holiday party.

 

Depending on where you work, it might not be time to break out the eggnog and holiday ham just yet. We want to know what your circumstances look like; is your company planning to host their annual holiday party this year? Let us know by voting in our poll!

 

 

 

Question of the Month: Have You Found It Challenging to Hold Yourself Accountable While Working Remotely?

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!

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Have You Ever Deleted/Censored Social Media Posts While Job Searching or Working for a Company?

It might seem harmless to tweet about the awesome party you went to last night, but it could also cost you a job. The fact is, employers check social media before bringing applicants in for an interview. According to CareerBuilder, 70% of employers use social media as a screening tool.

Knowing this, it’s not surprising that job seekers sometimes delete a post or two when they’re sending out job applications. If you’ve ever deleted social media posts while job searching or working for a company, let us know by voting in our poll and tell us why!

 

Is it Important For You to Work For a Company That Has an Emergency Preparedness Plan in Place For When/If a Crisis or Disaster Occurs?

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we live and work. Many are working from home, while others find themselves unemployed.

While many companies were prepared for a crisis in some capacity, some others didn’t have a general plan in place. We want to know if you think working for a company with an Emergency Preparedness Plan is important. Let us know by voting in our poll!