Today’s Solutions: July 24, 2024

Nervous interviewee talking to interviewer who is checking the resume

4 Things to keep in mind to better deal with a difficult interview

While most interviewers act professionally and are quite pleasant throughout the hiring process, every now and then it may be that you encounter someone who’s rude, aggressive, or downright mean. Now, instead of letting this catch you off guard, it’s best to prepare for such potential Read More...

Employer rejecting job applicant

Rejection hurts, but these tips will help you bounce back better than ever

Experiencing rejection in your work life is inevitable — but it can be devastating when not processed productively. So what are the best ways to handle rejection and move forward? Here you’ll find 5 productive ways to respond to rejection. It’s not you, it’s not them, it’s you two Read More...

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Keep these 5 essentials in mind when building a remote team

While there are many conveniences to working remotely, there is one aspect that is particularly tricky: hiring new employees. Without non-verbal cues and in-person interactions, how can you be sure whether the person you are hiring is truly the right fit? And how do you onboard those new employees Read More...

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The Body Shop will now hire employees on a first-come, first-served basis

Almost all retailers run background checks on prospective employees—one of the many obstacles for people who were formerly incarcerated and are now trying to find a job. For other job seekers, a drug screening for marijuana might cost them a position even in states where recreational use is Read More...

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JPMorgan wants to give people with criminal backgrounds a second chance

As the unemployment rate in the US remains at historic lows, formerly incarcerated people are still struggling to find a job. Enter the largest bank in the country, which has recently announced plans to widen the access to economic opportunity for those with former convictions.  After hiring Read More...