One of the worst feelings is going through rounds of interviews for a job to discover that your pay does not line up with the company's appointed salary for the...
If you are looking to pick up some side work or if you are interested in getting into freelance work, now is the time! We are seeing more open freelance roles than ever, and companies need for temporary positions is at an all-time high for the year.
We have all been watching as TikTok's taken the world by storm. Brands have been throwing away the notion of traditional advertising and have started to adjust a shift...
Although it seems that talks about a recession have quieted down within the past few months, there still seems to be a portion of employees that are being laid off. The unemployment rate has dropped significantly since the start of the pandemic and the beginning of this year, yet inflation is still high, and it is expected mortgage rates will continue to grow.
The work week that we know, the good ol' 9-5, might remain a corporate norm.
Although it seems that the Great Resignation is losing a bit of its steam, it has a long-lasting effect on the job market. Since the beginning of the Great Resignation, employers no longer have the upper hand in the hiring process; the talent does.
Knowing proper interview etiquette is one of the best ways to ensure your success in the interview process. Interview etiquette is not taught in high school or college and should be something everyone knows. If you feel out of the loop, or want to know how to feel good about your position with the interviewer post-interview, here is some advice on crafting a thank-you email.
It may seem that the Great Resignation is coming to a halt due to dozens of large companies laying off employees. Although it is not confirmed yet by President Biden, some economists believe we are in a recession. With hopes to avoid a loss in revenue and keep businesses afloat, companies have taken precautions, such as laying off employees or rescinding offer letters of future employees.
The job market has been on a steady incline since the start of the Covid pandemic when companies were in a panic and had quite a few layoffs. In the past week, there have been multiple announcements of companies laying off a large percentage of their employees. People are wondering why this is happening, who is laying-off employees, and how to prepare/prevent from being affected.
If you've been staying up to date with the current state of the world and listening to the news, you've most definitely heard talks about a possible economic recession. The thought of a recession is terrifying because it does not only affect our economy, but it brings fiscal hardships, sometimes including layoffs, to families and individuals.