Tips for Answering Pandemic Job Interview Questions

Job interviews in the foreseeable future will at least allude to the continuing pandemic, so jobseekers should be prepared for them before the meeting. While many of the questions will still be job-related, recruiters and hiring managers are likely to ask you questions directly connected to COVID-19. The following are some of the questions you… Read More »

Federal Laws That Could Grant Employees Protection When Returning to Work

Employers are starting to call their workers back to their jobs as the coronavirus restrictions start easing. Although there are countless requests to reopen businesses, the virus is still out there and even spreading in some areas. For many workers, the decision to go back to work puts them in a quandary: Should they refuse… Read More »

Learn What Could Happen to Your Unemployment Benefits If You Don’t Go Back to Work

An astounding 33 million Americans are unemployed because of the COVID-19 shutdown throughout the U.S. Still, as individual states begin to ease restrictions and the country heads back to work, quite a few workers are hesitant about returning to their jobs. Some of them have legitimate concerns for their health and safety, but there are… Read More »

How to Get Ready to Go Back to Work After COVID-19

After what seems like endless weeks of shelter-in-place, many businesses are preparing to open once again. With COVID-19 continuing to pose a health threat, they must reopen in the safest manner possible. So, the question companies will need to answer, “When can we bring our workers back, and how do we do it while protecting… Read More »

How to Keep Your Family Safe if You Go Back to Work and They’re Still at Home

Many essential workers have continued to go to their jobs each day during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re one of them, you might have been exposed to the virus during work and are rightfully concerned about your health and safety and your family’s well-being. As you transition from your work life to your home life,… Read More »

The Mental and Physical Health Benefits of Going Back to Work

Working, it would seem, is suitable for almost everyone’s health and wellbeing. While it can positively contribute to our happiness, it also boosts our confidence and self-esteem, rewarding us financially at the same time. For all of these reasons, and many more, it’s a good idea to get back to work as soon as COVID-19… Read More »

Long-Term Success: Going Back to Work Instead of Just Collecting Unemployment

You’re collecting expanded unemployment compensation checks, and the federal government just deposited a $1,200 stimulus check into your bank account. Right now, you’re making as much or more than when you were working full-time. Who could blame you for wondering why you should even consider returning to work when you’re safe and financially comfortable staying… Read More »

Have you Lost Your Job Due to COVID-19? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you are one of the increasing percentages of Americans who have either been laid off or had their hours cut back, you probably have to make due on a much tighter budget. While COVID-19 is exacting a terrifying health cost on thousands, it’s also taking a toll on the finances of millions of U.S.… Read More »

How to Become a Better Employee in 2020

There is no shortage of blogs and articles on how to be a better manager or leader. But it’s just as important for employees to look for ways to grow, too. Since managers are also employees, they need to be team players, so any advice to their people will also apply to them, too. Here… Read More »

How to Create a Resume When You’ve Had Many Jobs

Sometimes people will hold several jobs in a relatively short period. There might be legitimate reasons for it, but a hiring manager will likely brand you as a “job hopper.” And while this isn’t the kiss of death it once was, there is still plenty of negativity associated with it. If you hope to be… Read More »