While many jobs were put on hold during the pandemic, there are a few that may not come back—ever.
By Jeff Haden
Sometimes comparisons can be useful, but where your sense of satisfaction and fulfillment are concerned, they’re definitely not.
By Vicki Chabot & Abbey Szentes, netlogx
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned business operations upside down, but as businesses work toward a new normal and hire new staff, virtual interviews have become standard.
Continue reading The New Interview: How to Hire the Best Candidate in Our New Normal
This article is not entitled “How to Talk About Race TO Employees.” It’s never a voice from on high disseminating information. Like anything important, it’s a two-way conversation; you have to say something, and you have to listen.
Continue reading How to Talk About Race with Employees
Across the country, many Americans are social distancing and are working at home to avoid contracting and/or spreading the coronavirus in their communities. At the same time, many schools are closed, and students are attending online classes from home. Continue reading Here’s How to Save Energy While Working from Home
By Bobby McDonald, President, OC Black Chamber
The Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce, for over 36 years, has prided itself for providing Access to Information. Our mission has strongly supported our minority and diverse communities. Continue reading Supplier Diversity—Part of a Black Chamber’s DNA
Millions of Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past months. Most states have been under stay-at-home orders, which have meant nonessential businesses have shut their doors and laid off workers. Continue reading What Are the Most Secure Jobs in America Now?
By Brie Weiler Reynolds, Career Development Manager
Before the COVID-19 crisis, 4.9 percent of the U.S. workforce worked from home full time. Continue reading Top 15 States with the Most Remote Jobs
By Kate Brouse, Business Development Lead at NTI
For many Americans with disabilities—even prior to these unusual times—finding and keeping a job comes with unique challenges: commuting to a workplace, job flexibility to allow for doctor’s visits and treatments, and needed accommodations to complete a job. Continue reading NTI@Home Aids in Finding Work-at-Home Opportunities
By Greg Stuart
While I’m not that old, just over 40, I can’t remember living in a crazier time. This pandemic has affected how we go about our daily life in so many different ways. Continue reading Resume and Skills Refresh: Don’t Waste Your Pandemic
By: Stephanie Hughes, MPH, CHES
Featuring: Collin Mays, MPA
If I asked a room of 10 people what comes to mind when they hear the word “networking,” I would expect to get ten different answers. Continue reading Level Up: Joining a Professional Organization to Bolster Your Network
We’ve all had a lot of time to ask ourselves big questions about our lives these days, including what we wish had gone differently, whether it’s in regards to our relationships, our health, our families, or our careers.
Continue reading This Is the Biggest Career Mistake You’ll Ever Make, Experts Say