Among those who were forced into unemployment, there are people from different industries, including former government workers who didn’t have the opportunity to do their work remotely.
In this tough job market, people in your network can be strategic partners in your job search. If you’re in the midst of a job hunt, having sharp networking skills is imperative.
This Covid-19 virus thing is new for most of us and we’re still not sure how to react. The world we knew is on hold. It’s adjusting and it’s going to be fine. Question
is‐ are YOU going to be fine?
Challenging times, Yep! Stressed out, yep! COVID‐19 got you worried, concerned and upset, YES! Public sector employees are working hard and need time to relax and recharge!
The Coronavirus has turned the world as we know it upside down. It has become an Armageddon moment for the entire planet. More Americans have now died from it than were killed in the First World War.
The world of work is being profoundly affected by the global virus pandemic. In addition to the threat to public health, the economic and social disruption threatens the long-term livelihoods and wellbeing of millions.
When you build meaningful, professional relationships with recruiters over time, you’ll start to see how beneficial the partnership can be.
Our experiences help to shape who we are so it is important to remember that they will continue to play a role in how we handle stress and anxiety.
I know isolation. I know change and uncertainty. What it means to have your world toppled upside down.
Since social distancing has become the norm in many places, employers need to look for a way to keep their businesses afloat while ensuring that employees remain healthy and safe.