With the pandemic easing and work evolving, employers are re-assessing the future of work. This includes where and how work happens, as well as what their return-to-office philosophy should be.
Being a finalist but not the chosen one is disheartening and deflating. It throws you back to ground zero in your search. You might find yourself questioning your abilities, replaying the interview in your mind, and wondering what went wrong. This is a universal part of the job search process, and it's important to plan how you'll move forward after rejection, while also building the confidence to move forward.
Whether spurred by a desire for growth, a change of scenery, or unforeseen circumstances, embarking on a job search is a journey that demands resilience and self-awareness. Approach the process from a place of strength and centeredness, leveraging the power of networking to inject humanity back into your job search journey. Remember, amidst the challenges, your value as a professional remains steadfast.
In the ever-evolving landscape of organizational change, it’s common to experience moments of unease when you question the need for a career change. This blog explores the concept of readiness for a career change. It's not just a feeling that something isn't right, but taking the necessary steps to prepare you for what does [or doesn't] come next.
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Summer is here. If you find yourself in a career transition, summer can feel like the perfect time for a break. But it is possible to be proactive about your job transition while also making time to truly enjoy the summer. The question is what does that look like.
Any transition, especially being laid off, is naturally stressful. When you experience a layoff, take time on the front end to grieve, work through feelings of anger, address burnout, plan, and explore what comes next for a more positive outcome.
Flexibility in how, when, and where you work is highly valuable and good for employee engagement. One would think workers would be finding more satisfaction with their work. But the most recent Gallup survey results tell a different story.
The competitive nature of the job market means job seekers have more power than ever when it comes to negotiation. But just because you can ask for the world, doesn't mean you should. Instead, what is the middle ground between the best offer possible and a business' goals?
Now that people have returned to some kind of regular work routine, you know better what is working and what isn’t, and you find yourself craving a big change. Change can feel exciting and empowering, like the answer to all the past career drama and disappointments. But an underlying question, and hurdle for many remains … are you willing to change?