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Finding a Job in the COVID-19 Era

By Michael Klazema on 7/2/2020   |   Tags:   COVID-19

With millions out of work and a job market that looks very different, landing a job is harder than ever for many. We share helpful tips for finding employment during the pandemic.

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  • July 08 COVID-19 has had a primarily negative impact on the job market, leaving 14 million Americans unemployed at the worst point in the pandemic. However, the pandemic did create some job opportunities of its own.
  • July 02 With millions out of work and a job market that looks very different, landing a job is harder than ever for many. We share helpful tips for finding employment during the pandemic.
  • July 01 COVID-19 and the resulting work-from-home trend could change work and hiring forever. Here’s what to expect going forward.
  • June 30

    The latest technical assistance publication issued by the EEOC concerns return-to-work approaches in the wake of COVID-19 and how those strategies may impact compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and other equal employment opportunity laws.

  • June 25 The economy has shed millions of jobs during the pandemic, and questions about recovery remain. Will employers need to adjust their standards during rehiring?
  • June 24 Pitney Bowes has been a leading innovator in the postage and mail industry for more than a century. Read about the company’s history, employee background checks, and COVID-19 response.
  • June 23 Social media background checks have become more common during COVID-19 for a variety of reasons. Here’s what employers need to know about the popularity increase of these background checks.
  • June 23

    For employee background screenings or tenant background checks, investing in reputable checks from quality providers is a must. Learn about the pitfalls of cheap, automated background screenings. 

     

  • June 18 Although COVID-19 accelerated the push to work from home, the WFH movement was already underway. As more businesses turn to remote workers, how should their hiring policies change?
  • June 16 Background checks were delayed due to court and business closures during the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic. What should employers expect now?