If your employment has been negatively affected by COVID-19, here are some steps you can take, beyond applying for the Canadian Economic Response Benefit, to get yourself back on your feet as quickly as possible.
As the corona virus outbreak continues spreading, with massive effects on almost every industry worldwide, employers around the globe are replacing face-to-face interviews with virtual ones. In this article, you’ll find valuable advice on how to prepare for your next video interview and make sure you get the job!
Communication is by far one of the most valuable skills in any professional’s toolkit. Whether you’re just starting your career or you’re a seasoned vet, being an effective communicator at work is key to your success.
Job hunting? Hoping to get promoted? Struggling to find the right balance between work and your personal life? There’s a book for that. Follow this list to find out what you should read at every stage in your career.
In life and business, a first impression is everything, and in the world of business, a first impression is often made on paper through your resume. Here’s your step-by-step template to an attention-commanding resume that will bring you one step closer to step 2: the interview.
Having a comprehensive LinkedIn profile in the current job market is more important than ever before. A new study, set out to gauge whether a broad presence on LinkedIn can boost an applicant’s interview chances, will help you see why.