The pandemic in 2020 and 2021 has changed the job market by forcing many to work from home. When 2020 happened, employees’ skills were tested since in-person meetings were rare. So, if you’re looking to differentiate yourself from the rest of the candidates, showcase the following ten skills that employers need in 2022.
Many individuals realize their job no longer brings them happiness in the new year and decide to change careers. What if you realized this before the new year? This article shares why the holidays are the best time to begin your job search.
To share with new employees the company’s community and create a sense of connection hasn’t been accessible, but it’s not impossible.
However, there are still ways to make a new hire feel immersed in the company. Below are five tips to ensure a new hire is set up for success.
At some point in everyone’s life, you’ll ask yourself if it’s time to leave your job and find a new one. Figuring out when it’s time to leave your job requires a lot of reflection. So to help you, we’ve identified 5 signs that it may be time for a new job.
The future of work has changed drastically since COVID started. According to corporate real estate professionals, the use of remote work and virtual meetings will last beyond the COVID-19 crisis (Business Facilities, 2020). Researchers show that COVID restrictions reduced emissions by an impressive 36%, and air flight travel was down by an incredible 60% (Yoder, 2020). So what does this mean? What are you doing to help drive social responsibility? Read our latest blog for insight.