You’ll want to use every source available to uncover job opportunities because job boards aren’t the only place employers announce jobs. Recruiters are branching out and trying new ways to attract candidates. Companies are luring candidates with creative job postings in many places besides the job boards. In order to discover opportunities, this means you’ll need to expand where you are looking for opportunities!
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, few industries remain unscathed. Virtual meetings have become an essential part of how modern businesses maintain productivity and continuity. They’re an easy, cost-effective way to align multiple offices, keep remote employees engaged, and work with clients and vendors. While virtual meetings have likely been a part of your daily work routine for some time now, it’s still easy to fall victim to some major meeting faux pas. Virtual meeting etiquette is a whole new ball game compared to in-person meetings, as many folks are learning the hard way.
With Covid-19 surging and new lockdowns being mandated in cities, states, and countries all over the world, remote work is once again becoming a hot topic in the business community. But, even before Covid disrupted the planet, remote work had gone from that rare unicorn of workforce arrangements to a standard component of many people’s workweek. The pandemic is simply teaching us how to work from home more efficiently and teaching employers how to get the most from employees out of the office.
It’s time to find your dream job. You’ve done your research, prepared for interviews, and gotten some sage job search advice. Unfortunately, you didn’t account for the sheer number of resumes you’d be creating just to get a call-back from a recruiter. It can be overwhelming if you don’t use your time wisely. While effective time management strategies will vary, they all have a few things in common. To successfully manage your time, you need a plan, the right materials, and a reliable method to track your progress.
Updating your resume is not the best first step when you start a job search. You have to be clear about what YOU want to do and what you are skilled at. I have said this before, and I am going to say it again – I despise resumes. They are historical. In other words, your resume only shows what you’ve done in the past, not what you can do and not necessarily what you want to do next.