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Are You Feeling Isolated Working at Home During COVID-19? Here’s What to Do

Once stay-at-home orders became the norm, a slew of professionals who once reported to the workplace for their jobs suddenly found themselves working from home. While, initially, the shift may have been pleasant, after a while, experiencing loneliness became common. Luckily, it is possible to fight back against feelings of isolation. If you want to… Read more »

3 Important Tips for Leading Your Team During COVID-19

Leading a remote workforce is challenging. A lack of physical oversight, unexpected technical difficulties, and challenges with morale can all hinder productivity and the quality of outputs. Without proper management, many teams will struggle, and that can be detrimental during these trying times. Luckily, there are things you can do to ensure you are effectively… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Job Interviews Going Virtual in Response to COVID-19

Employers all around the country are having to adjust their hiring practices. The COVID-19 outbreak has made traditional in-person interviews less appealing for everyone. In some areas where shelter-in-place orders are in effect, they may not even be a reasonable option. As a result, companies are taking job interviews into the virtual world. Video interviews… Read more »

3 Important Tips for Working Remotely During COVID-19

Many companies set their employees up to work remotely once COVID-19 got a foothold in the United States. This means many workers are telecommuting for the first time, and managers are suddenly overseeing remote teams. Managing working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak can be challenging, especially for the uninitiated. Luckily, it’s possible to get on… Read more »

How to Effectively Deal with Stress from COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak is causing a variety of challenges for everyday Americans. Health worries, fears about job losses, financial hardship, and even finding what you need at the grocery store can amplify stress. Left unchecked, long-term stress can be incredibly harmful. It can lead to feelings of anxiety or exacerbate existing mental health conditions. It… Read more »

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

Many Americans are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Some have lost hours while others have been completely laid off. Losing your job because of the coronavirus is scary for most. It puts their financial well-being in jeopardy during a particularly tumultuous time. Finding ways to pinch every penny is critical if you’ve lost… Read more »

Tips for Staying Busy While You’re at Home During COVID-19

Social distancing is critical for limiting the spread of COVID-19. But this form of intentional isolation isn’t easy for the psyche to handle. After just a few days, you might end up pretty bored as well as lonely. By finding ways to stay busy and connected, you can avoid some of these negative feelings. It… Read more »

These Trends Are Shaking Up Tech Workplaces This Year

Everyone knows that one of the only constants in the world of tech is change. New technologies emerge regularly, and trends shake up operations from coast to coast every year. When you aren’t aware of what’s on the horizon, a single disruptor could hinder your operations. As a result, remaining informed is essential. If you… Read more »

4 Tips for Getting Your Resume Through the System and to a Hiring Manager

From the perspective of job seekers, turning in a resume online can feel a lot like slinging an application into a black hole. Candidates may never know what happened to their resume, including whether it ever ends up in front of a hiring manager at all. Many professionals know that companies often rely on applicant… Read more »

These Are the Top 4 Security Predictions for 2020

One estimate suggests that the cost of data breaches will rise to over $5 trillion by 2024. That’s a 70 percent increase over 2019 levels, which came in at $3 trillion. With the damage cybercriminals can cause increasing, and their tactics continuously evolving, companies need to do whatever it takes to reduce their risk, protect… Read more »