Hiring and job searching practices have shifted since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, yet networking, resumes, interview preparation and LinkedIn engagement are still essential.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives require a long-term commitment to achieve results. It’s important to be proactive with diversity training and other actions.
With the onset of COVID-19, many businesses were thrown into a remote work situation over night. Now, many consider a hybrid workplace for the future.
As the global pandemic continues, professionals working in home offices are experiencing WFH fatigue as they attempt to balance work, home, children and financial anxiety.
For more than a year now, Poline has been discussing diversity & inclusion with various organizations and individuals. But we want to do more than talk; we are ready to act.
Project REAP has been helping the commercial real estate industry promote diversity for 20+ years, but their work is more important today than ever.
Recruiters play an important role in ensuring diversity & inclusion in the commercial real estate industry, an industry that’s long struggled with lack of diversity.
Resume bullet points are important. Avoid only listing your job responsibilities. Instead, effectively convey your skills by using the structure provided in this blog.
Research shows recruiters spend just over seven seconds initially reading a resume, so you want yours to stand out – especially in today’s highly competitive job market.
Job search techniques have shifted due to the pandemic. Networking, communicating, interviewing and onboarding all look different today. Consider how to navigate these new techniques to elevate your job search.
Willingness for relocation has always benefited job seekers as it significantly increases potential job opportunities, but will that change in a post-COVID-19 climate? I think not.
Maximize the value of your references to improve your job search. Vary your reference types to provide the hiring manager a rich view of what type of employee you are.