Andrew Zola October 20, 2020 The pandemic set off an explosion of re-skilling and up-skilling endeavors online. Some, like myself, began learning how to code for fun. For example, the programming language Python is straightforward and easy to learn, so a lot of people started building some cool stuff with it. However, for those of … Continue reading Job Seekers: What Are the Best Job Boards for Software Developers and Engineers?
Kevin O’Brien October 20, 2020 Prior to mid-March, most sectors of the economy were experiencing a strong job market combined with a shortage of talent. These ingredients created one of the strongest runs of candidate marketing that we’ve ever seen in the staffing industry. It’s amazing how quickly things can change. Now that we are … Continue reading Hiring Is Finally on the Rise but How Has COVID-19 Changed Staffing Sales?
Viktor Runov September 30, 2020 We all know how it feels. The anxiety. The self-doubt. The cold sweats. The pain and personal anguish. No – we’re not talking about the fear you experience as you mull over asking your crush on a date. We’re talking about the fear small business owners often experience as they … Continue reading How to Stop Being Scared and Ask for Referrals
Beata Staszkow — May 4, 2020 Although the Covid-19 lockdown is affecting everything in different ways, it is conversely creating opportunities, especially at the senior executive level. Most employees across the world have been told to stay home. Some are working remotely, but others are not. The economic damage caused by the decision to keep … Continue reading Keep Your Job Searching Skills Sharp During Lockdown
Chris Christoff — April 30, 2020 Is your job application failing to attract high-quality candidates for your company? If so, it’s time to make tweaks that’ll drive the right people to your open position. A poorly optimized application will not only bring in the wrong prospects, but it’ll also give qualified job seekers the wrong … Continue reading How to Optimize Your Job Application Form (4 Tips)
Arik Hanson — April 25, 2020 With unemployment approaching 2008-09 levels (and some projecting Great Depression 30% levels), finding a job the next few months to a year is going to be something a lot of people are doing. Even in our industry. Just in Minneapolis, Best Buy, Sleep Number and Regis have already furloughed … Continue reading 4 Under-the-Radar Tips for Finding a Job on LinkedIn During COVID-19
Stefan Palios — December 4, 2019 Follow @stefanpalios A study reported in the Washington Post found that 71 percent of people are looking for a new job, either actively or passively. There are a lot of reasons why this is happening, such as being unhappy at work or not liking your boss. But once you’ve … Continue reading 30 Ways to Find a New Job
Arik Hanson — November 26, 2019 A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from someone who was recently laid off from his job. This guy was an acquaintance. I had met him before at events, but only in passing. So, I didn’t have direct work experience with him, I wasn’t a fellow colleague … Continue reading 6 Answers to Commonly-Asked Questions I’m Getting From the Modern Job Seeker
Samar Birwadker — September 12, 2019 Follow @samarbee — September 12, 2019 Think your dream job is out of reach? Think again! With the right approach, finding your dream job is actually pretty simple. People often make the mistake of not finding a job that matches their personality and culture fit and try to find … Continue reading 6 Secrets To Finding Your Dream Job
Samar Birwadker — August 4, 2019 Follow @samarbee — August 4, 2019 If you’re not applying the job fit theory to every position you’re considering, you risk accepting a job you’re not fit for. Your personality impacts everything you do. What clothes you wear, who you’re friends with, and, stay with me now, even what … Continue reading Are You Looking at the Job Fit Theory When Applying for Jobs?