If you want to know how to thrive in the Gig Economy, download my free e-book The Gig Worker Mindset. Learn the qualities that make gig workers – and traditional careerists – more successful. See my previous post True Lies about the Gig Economy part 1. I’ve written about the Gig Economy for years, in part … Continue reading True Lies about the Gig Economy Part 2
If you want to know how to thrive in the Gig Economy, download my free e-book The Gig Worker Mindset. Learn the qualities that make gig workers – and traditional careerists – more successful. I’ve been writing and speaking about the Gig Economy for over a decade,, and I’ve read hundreds of articles, studies and stories … Continue reading True Lies about the Gig Economy, Part One
Unemployment has returned, in many places, to pre-pandemic levels. We’re in the midst of “The Great Resignation,” and employers in every industry are desperate to find talent and retain the workers they have. Many senior employees have opted to take early retirement. You’re aware of the trends, but it suddenly gets real when a trusted … Continue reading Quitting Doesn’t Have to Be the End
Right now, in this very competitive labor market, there’s a lot of competition among companies to attract quality employees. One way an employer can stand out? Benefits and perks. That’s why the team at Deputy, a team scheduling software, decided to find out which benefits and perks American workers desire most, across industries. They surveyed 1,035 participants … Continue reading What Workers Want
I’ve been writing about ‘The Great Resignation,’ for a while, and now new research from TopResume, the world’s largest resume-writing service, proves that simply getting a paycheck doesn’t buy happiness. In honor of Valentine’s Day this year, TopResume asked 510 employed professionals, “What’s your relationship with your current job?” and today announced the results of its nationwide survey … Continue reading Me and My Job? It’s Complicated.
Since the pandemic has ripped up the 9 to 5 playbook, managers are finally realizing that work doesn’t have to mean face time in the office al day, every day. Workers are making it clear that flexible, remote, and work from home arrangements are the future of the workplace. The four-day workweek has been an … Continue reading Do You Have What It Takes to Thrive in a 4-Day Work Week?
(A gust post from VEED.io) Many businesses are turning to video recruitment in order to find the best employees, A well-made HR or recruitment video can help you attract top talent and show off your company culture. Jere are some tips for creating great HR and recruitment videos in this article. When creating your next … Continue reading How to Create Great HR and Recruitment Videos
(Thanks to Flexjobs.com for this post) In honor of Veteran’s Day and to support those who’ve served, Job-Hunt has identified 20 military-friendly employers that hire veterans, as well as industries known to support veteran hiring. The companies highlighted below not only offer job opportunities, but also value the qualities veterans bring to civilian roles. Recruitmilitary.com … Continue reading 20 Veteran-Friendly Employers
I have a friend who uses the phrase “Make good choices” when she send her son off to school. It’s her way of reminding him that what happens to him during his day is, in large part, within his control. He can choose to work hard in class or to slack off; he can choose … Continue reading Making Good Choices
One thing is clear after the global pandemic: the way we work is probably not going to return to the 2019 model. FlexJobs, the online platform connecting workers with remote, contract, and flexible work, surveyed more than 2.100 workers who had worked remotely during the pandemic to find out how they viewed returning to the … Continue reading FlexJobs Survey Says Workers Will Quit Rather Than Return to the Office