If you're job hunting during the COVID-19 pandemic, you need practical strategies. Consider this expert advice from recruiters and hiring managers, text taken from McLaughlin’s article on enterprisersproject.com
This year brought so many unexpected turns of events, and to some, these surprisingly turned out for the better. Because of the pandemic, industries all over the world were forced to adapt to the situation and allow their people to work from home.
Overworking, exhaustion, and fatigue all seem to be intertwined into our daily lives right now. Times are definitely not easy, and we often find ourselves tired rather than refreshed. Being well-rested seems impossible to achieve these days, and you might not even not even know where to begin.
The word compassion originated from the Latin word “compati” which translates to ‘suffer with’. As years passed by, the meaning evolved into “sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it”.
As global health becomes threatened, so do business community. Normal business flow has been disrupted; the public health crisis has become rampant, and the unemployment rate has been climbing sharply and continuously. There is no doubt that some industries took a harder hit from the pandemic than others.