The job market is unpredictable right now to say the least. Hiring Managers and candidates alike are feeling lost and unsure of what the future holds. Companies need to staff their teams, while trying to navigate a huge influx of qualified candidates. Meanwhile, millions of incredible candidates have been displaced and are now juggling video interviews on top of already complicated application processes. Well, don’t worry. We’ve been hard at work monitoring statistics and analyzing the job market to craft resources that will help you maneuver your professional world.
Follow the links below to jump to the guide that best matches your professional status right now.
Chapter 1: Where Do I Start?
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed applying to jobs when everything feels so chaotic. However, there are jobs out there! It just helps if you know where to look. Check out the industries and areas that are hiring most right now.
Chapter 2: Market Yourself
One of the best things you can do during uncertain times is to make yourself even more valuable. Take this opportunity to build up your portfolio and make yourself even more marketable.
Chapter 3: Nail The Hiring Process
With millions of candidates on the market right now, it’s essential that you stand out. Follow our tips to shine throughout the hiring process.
Chapter 4: You Did It. Now What?
Congratulations, you got the job! But, how do you start a new job from your own home? We’ve got you covered!
Chapter 1: Manage Your Current Team
We get it, it feels like your company is in crisis mode. Before you hire new employees, make sure your current team is thriving under these unusual circumstances.
Chapter 2: Discover Great Candidates
There are some incredible candidates on the market right now, and you’d be remiss to not take advantage! Create a recruiting game plan and get started today!
Chapter 3: Switch Up Your Hiring Process
As the times change, so should your hiring process. Change up the way you hire so you can get great candidates in the door right away.
Chapter 4: Run The Welcome Committee
Once your new employees are on board, make them feel at home. (Even if they are literally in their own homes!)