Remote work is in demand. But can you bring the energy? Make an impact using collaborative software, video conferencing, messaging, and shared documents.
How to Kickstart a Meaningful and Rewarding Nursing Career
Nursing is one of the few careers that truly lets you make a real difference in the world. It’s rewarding and fulfilling to touch lives every single day at your job.
McKinsey Recruiting Update: October 2021
How will the way we work change as we re-emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic? It’s a question we hear frequently from our candidates – and colleagues and clients.
4 Tips for Managing Social Anxiety Disorder at Work
Work can be stressful no matter if you suffer from a mental health disorder or not. But if you’re someone who does deal with a mental health issue—such as social anxiety disorder—working can be extremely difficult, to say the least.
How the Delta Variant and Fear of Meeting Up Are Affecting Employees and Employers
The Delta variant is spreading—and so, again, is FOMU (the fear of meeting up). To understand how Delta and FOMU are affecting employees and employers nationwide, we spoke with Rhiannon Staples, the chief marketing officer of Hibob (pronounced "Hi, Bob").
What to Ask During a Networking Interview
Networking is a critical component of your legal job search. Each professional connection you make is an opportunity for mentorship and potentially the foundation of a future job, so it's important to keep cultivating these relationships no matter what stage of the job search you’re at.
4 Tips for Finding a Great Job After a Pandemic Gap
Landing a job after a long employment gap can be daunting. And the pandemic left many people unemployed—as well as overwhelmed and wondering what comes next.
How ‘The Great Resignation’ Will Affect Companies and Your Career
Shahar Erez is the CEO and co-founder of the startup Stoke, a tech-enabled management platform that makes it easy for companies to work with non-payroll workers like freelancers and contractors. Since the onset of the pandemic, freelancing and contract work has been on the rise.
Why Fintech Is Growing So Fast and How to Break Into This White-Hot Industry
Brian Hamilton is the founder and CEO of One, a fintech startup that provides digital banking services to the shrinking U.S. middle class.
The Big Post-Covid Interview Question and How to Answer It
For many people, the past year has been among the most difficult of their lives. But for others, including branding and marketing expert Vince Thompson, it’s been the exact opposite.
7 Skills to Set You Apart in the Remote Work Environment
The joys of working remotely — especially if you’re lucky enough to work from home. Your commute from the bedroom to the living room, dining room, or wherever you’ve set up your home office takes seconds and you’re ready to go.
7 Tech Skills That Will Be Even More Valuable Post-Covid
Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the career growth of workers and job seekers in the tech industry. Many have seen their salaries cut and opportunities for bonuses slashed.
3 Tips for Starting a Job Remotely
This has been the year of everything virtual — and that includes the workplace. Many companies plan to keep their employees at home for the foreseeable future, so if you’re currently job hunting, you may find yourself not only interviewing virtually but also starting a role remotely.
6 Options for International Students Who Didn’t Win the H-1B Lottery
Another H-1B lottery season has come to an end. This year, the number of applications far exceeded the 85,000 allotted H-1Bs, the visas international students typically need to work in the U.S.
3 Remote Work Rules You’re Free to Break
It's likely that you've been working remotely (and from home) for more than a year. It’s also likely that, for more than a year, you’ve been reading article after article telling you how to work more effectively and productively while working remotely.
Fintech Disruptors Poised to Thrive (and Hire) Post-Covid
After four full quarters of Covid-19, some sectors have withered, while others have expanded. One sector that was growing before Covid and is still expanding is fintech.
What to Do When Your Job Is Hurting Your Mental Health
Although improved awareness around mental health has made workplaces more attuned to supporting struggling employees, some workplaces are still making employees’ mental health worse. And not only is poor mental health detrimental to you on a personal level, but it can also affect your productivity, ability to make connections, and future career opportunities.
Secret Struggles of Introverts in Remote Work Environments
Remote work and work-from-home setups are the new norms in the age of Covid-19. And many employers and managers assume that for introverts, remote working environments are ideal.
Best Practices for Recruiting and Attracting Top Internship Talent: A Discussion with Abbott and Northwestern Mutual
Join us this Thursday, March 25th at 4 p.m. EST for a live discussion with industry-leading recruiters from Abbott and Northwestern Mutual to learn about new strategic recruiting initiatives used at their companies.
Workforce Changes That Will Stick Around Post-Pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic upended every aspect of normal livelihood around the globe. Things shifted to sometimes unrecognizable extents overnight.
Interview Questions You Should Ask in the Wake of COVID-19
COVID-19 has altered the typical way that we perform many aspects of our jobs, as well as typical practices in the legal industry like OCI, summer associate programming, and more. As we continue to operate within a global pandemic, it is crucial to explore how potential employers have responded and how they plan to adjust in the future.
8 Reasons Students Need Technology in the Classroom
Technology continues to have a profound impact on today’s students, allowing students across the globe to compete on equal footing and to broaden their horizons like never before. With the help of technology, the ever-changing needs of modern learners are being met at new levels.
Should Employees Be Able to Keep Working Remotely Post-Covid?
The pandemic has taught us many things, not the least of which is remote work can be more productive and provide a better work/life balance than in-office work. So, what will happen when employers reopen their offices and employees don’t want to return?
How to Train Your Brain to Work Better and Faster
Sanjay Gupta is a practicing neurosurgeon and the chief medical correspondent for CNN. He is also the author of Keep Sharp: Build A Better Brain At Any Age, a new book that dispels common myths about the brain, offers advice to boost the brain’s processing speed, and includes a 12-week program (with tips on diet, exercise, and sleep) for sharpening your brain.
Winter WFH Tips to Stay Positive and Productive
With the arrival of the more virulent delta strain of Covid-19, we can probably expect another season of remote work—and its daunting for all of us, but especially those with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD, a type of depression that develops in the winter months, affects at least 5 percent of American adults.