Author: Kate Jenkins

When the pandemic hit the U.S. last year, millions of jobs switched to remote work basically overnight, and as the year unfolded, many of those employers and employees realized this virtual work setup was, well, working. Major companies announced they’d be extending their work-from-home policies through...

One of the biggest long-term question marks companies are being challenged is maintaining the company culture when hiring a remote workforce. How you hire, onboard and engage your people can help shape the culture, reinforce it or push it into a new direction. Unless the...

If you are having difficulty landing a job in a different area from where you live, troubleshoot your job search. Don’t assume that it’s harder to get hired if you live elsewhere. Most of the job search process is done virtually, such as researching companies,...

One of the primary lessons for all executives from this last tumultuous year was that they cannot control or even predict certain outside events. The best CFOs can do is to create flexible business models that can react quickly and decisively if conditions deteriorate, while...

January is usually one of the best months to launch a job search because many companies begin a fresh and more aggressive wave of hiring in January to match the business plans they set for the new year. In addition, unlike a fall job search that...

Hiring a new employee is never as easy as it sounds. Anyone can present themselves well in an interview, but how can you truly know they’ll be the right fit for your business as a team member? The truth is, it’s quite easy for most people...

Anytime we interact with someone new, our brains make dozens of tiny snap judgments. Often, we aren’t even aware of these impressions, but when they’re based on factors such as race, gender, age or sexual orientation, they’re considered a form of harmful stereotyping called unconscious...