Companies are still hiring, but job interviews are more likely to be remote. So what can you do to prep intelligently for the not-so-personal interview?
Innovation improves a business, but it also takes away human jobs. The pandemic could see additional manual labor jobs disappear, but new jobs emerge.
Is the difficulty of managing remote work and parenting hard, because the secret society of parenting has not been expressed to management?
During the COVID-19 crisis, businesses that did not offer remote work were unprepared for the swift transition.
The deadly coronavirus pandemic has transformed slow, disruptive growth into a new age of live, televised meetings – and created a new breed of job skills for the next generation of workers.
A successful remote job interview can pave the way for a career that provides you with the freedom to work from home, reduces the need to commute to work and improves your work-life balance by having more time with your family.
Even though it’s become more challenging to job hunt during this time, there are still helpful tasks that you can do to aid your job search.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and as society conceptualizes what “new normal” will look like, upskilling was on the minds of workforce managers.