Spring hiring has begun! Here are 4 areas of work that are in demand over the next few months:
Home improvement retail work: Many people look to spruce up their houses, inside and out when springtime comes. With the increased traffic and interest in home improvement projects, many retail home improvement stores like Home Depot are hiring more associates to help out.
Spring hiring through staffing agencies and recruiters: Many companies ramp up hiring in the spring months and use staffing agencies to source and hire talented job seekers!
Landscaping and gardening jobs: If you crave working outdoors a landscaping or gardening job could be a great fit for you, and there’s no better time to get hired to landscape than spring!
Spring cleaning gigs: During the spring season many homeowners are looking to clean houses and businesses. Whether it be a deep clean or help with decluttering, cleaning or housekeeping jobs should offer a great opportunity for anyone who has the skills.
What is a do-not-rehire list (or #blacklist)?
Many employers use a do-not-rehire list to flag job applicants to human resources, hiring managers, and recruiters. The do-not-rehire list prevents these former employees from being rehired at the company.
Why do people get blacklisted? One reason is failing to give two weeks notice when resigning can land you on a blacklist. Some employers are 'strict' about having at least a full 14 days notice; and giving them 13 days may result in your name being added to their do-not-rehire list.
#Interviews should never be a one-way conversation. Ask yourself, is this a place I want to work at? You should feel empowered to guide the conversation and ask questions during the interview.
The first question I always ask is: What are your expectations for the person who is hired?
This key question will create a clear picture of what to expect from the job day to day - and if you really want to work there. Here are the top 20 questions to ask during an interview.
Did you know you can endorse Jobcase users with a Praise? You can go to a user’s profile, click the “Praise” button, then shout out a friend or Jobcaser.
Why is this valuable? Getting a “Praise” is an endorsement you can use to get your next job. Your Jobcase profile can be a link you send to prospective employers 🤔
So how can you “Praise” someone at Jobcase??
An outstanding achievement. If there was a significant assignment that you were a part of that you’d like to showcase to future employers, ask a colleague or manager to include some highlights of the work you contributed in their praise.
A skill you developed. Many times, we learn and develop new skills at work. Suppose you have a specific area of expertise or talent that you acquired during your time at a job. In that case, you can ask the individual to emphasize its importance on your overall performance.
Soft skills you excel with. Soft skills, also known as transferable skills are naturally learned traits that are typically non-job specific and can be used across any profession. They include things like leadership, communication, empathy, and time management. These skills can be challenging to highlight on a resume, so praises can be beneficial when conveying your impressive abilities!
Based on Google search data, the most searched "how to become" jobs in 2021 were:
- real estate agent
- flight attendant
- personal trainer
- physical therapist
No experience? No problem. One way to overcome a lack of experience is to get trained and build your skill set! Identify educational programs or courses that are reputable, respected, and most importantly offer skills that translate into real-life situations.
Online courses, such as such as Coursera and lynda.com, are great ways to learn something brand new or even brush up on your skillset.
Discover the 4 other ways to land a job with no experience, and comment below with your own tips! #jobsearch #UpSkill #NextJob
When I managed a small team at my last job, I noticed one of my favorite employees was working on their resume while ON the clock. I spoke with my colleague and told her it was inappropriate to look for a new job while working. At the same time, I wondered why she wanted to leave, and what I could do to improve her job experience.
This week I saw a different type of story online. An employee had updated her resume via LinkedIn while OFF the clock. The next day, the manager asked her why she was looking for a new job. This manager had been spying on the employee.
Quero ganhar o suficiente para tratar de minha familha
Mas no Brasil só tem previlegio aquele que vem de outros pais