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  • Hiring practices that need to die, and some new ones we need to adopt

    • May 27, 2022
    • Vu Le

    People are leaving their jobs everywhere. Employers are scrambling. So why do so many organizations continue to use inequitable hiring practices?

  • Jobs of the week

    • May 25, 2022

    This week's mission-driven career opportunities include roles in Fundraising, Education, Marketing, and more!

  • Mental health resources for supporting employees

    • Mar 21, 2022
    • Marc Schultz

    Leaders and managers have a major role to play in supporting their coworkers’ mental health, especially in the area of workplace culture.

  • Mental health resources for jobseekers (and everyone else)

    • Mar 2, 2022
    • Marc Schultz

    As the world remains unpredictable (at best), it’s clear that we all must prioritize our mental health.

  • How pay transparency pays you back – especially right now

    • Jan 21, 2022
    • Marc Schultz

    Over the past year, the demand among jobseekers for salary ranges in job posts – and pay equity overall – has become impossible to ignore.

  • How to have a great Great Resignation

    • Jan 13, 2022
    • Marc Schultz

    Is it really time to move on? Check in on some of the latest advice for navigating our current labor market shakeup.

  • Recruiting right now: Strategize your talent acquisition

    • Nov 29, 2021
    • UST (Unemployment Services Trust)

    Filling vacancies without a plan could increase employee turnover just as you’re rebuilding. Consider these four steps for recruiting in a post-COVID world.

  • Addressing burnout in your resume, interview, and career

    • Oct 28, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    What can you do if burnout has your career search stuck on pause? And what can you do to keep future burnout at bay? Learn three tips to help break the burnout cycle.

  • How to talk about COVID-19 during a job interview (without getting political)

    • Sep 17, 2021
    • Carson Kohler

    With the coronavirus at the center of every conversation these days, how do you appropriately handle the topic in a job interview?

  • Resume trends: Could you use an assist from TikTok or Elle Woods?

    • Aug 11, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich and Marc Schultz

    At this moment, there are two big factors to consider when putting together a stand-out resume: the communications technology now available to you, and the screening technology increasingly used by employers.

  • Find your workplace fit by interviewing with values in mind

    • Jul 20, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    The interview can be the perfect way to discover whether an potential employers values are a fit. Just follow these tips for expressing and assessing workplace values.

  • Onboarding tactics for engagement, equity, and retention

    • Jul 12, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    Onboarding is much more than orientation: It's a months-long process for engaging and retaining talent. But it only works if it's accessible for everyone.

  • Are you a match for the development department?

    • May 3, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich and Marc Schultz

    Nonprofit hiring is on the rise, and development positions are more in demand than ever. Could they be right for you? Find out what development means to nonprofits, and some unexpected ways your talents may align.

  • What employees expect now: 3 ways to attract and retain talent

    • Apr 29, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    As we emerge from the worst of the pandemic, top employees and job candidates are seeking deeper levels of transparency, equity, and flexibility from the workplace.

  • 3 steps to success in your COVID-era job search

    • Mar 29, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    The way we work has changed, and this can mean more opportunities if you're willing to network boldly, rethink skills, and apply outside of your comfort zone.

  • 4 best practices for COVID-era hiring

    • Mar 26, 2021
    • Kelli Karanovich

    From developing a hiring rubric to offering candidates some grace, these steps will help you find the right hire as pandemic conditions evolve.

  • Ways to navigate and overcome employment gaps

    • Mar 1, 2021
    • Steve Allan

    Employers have become much more understanding about gaps in your resume – but you must still be prepared to earn it.

  • Pro tips for creating a more diverse workplace

    • Feb 25, 2021
    • Unemployment Services Trust (UST)

    “Diverse” can mean a host of different things. Unless leaders agree on what kind of diversity they're seeking, cohesion can be tricky.

  • Tailor your resume for the job at hand

    • Nov 20, 2020
    • Marsha Hebert

    You don't need to reinvent the wheel every time you apply for a job – but you do need to make sure it's a proper fit for the position.

  • Jobseeker resources: Guides, services, and pros we trust

    • Oct 23, 2020

    Not everyone faces the same challenges – and the volume of advice online can be a challenge of its own. To help, we’ve curated a list of reliable sources for advice and services, including job-search guides for members of specific demographics: persons with disabilities, working moms, veterans, new graduates, and more.