With more companies moving to a fully remote environment, the recruiting process has been met with many challenges. The biggest one by far is conducting interviews completely through Zoom! With video interviews becoming the new norm, candidates really have to shine through the screen to stand out to recruiters.
“I don’t know what I want to do with my life” is a thought that many professionals have experienced at some point in their careers. Regardless of whether you are just starting out or if you have decades of experience, it is normal to feel this. In fact, this is a feeling that many of the world’s best entrepreneurs felt right before they opened their own business or made an important career change.
We are all familiar with social media and its imprint that it has left on us, especially in today’s quick-paced, technology savvy society. From documenting our locations, posting status updates, uploading photos, and even photographing a meal that we are about to consume.
We are currently hiring for Forklift Operator at our Retail Operations Center. We will be hosting a virtual hiring event on Thursday, September 17.
Getting your resume to stand out in a competitive job market is always challenging. Your resume is often the first impression an employer will get of your skills and experience. Here are four ways to make your resume stand out from the rest.
Preparing for interview questions is a standard practice among job-seekers. Many interviews request the same types of information - experience, education, skills. Though the interviewer might throw a curveball question at you from time to time, for the most part, the questions are predictable.
Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their lives in one way or another. With the world in the middle of a pandemic, uncertainty is all around us and anxiety has become a common feeling. It’s understandable that many seek to find ways to ease their anxious minds.
Goodwill has partnered with Northstar, a digital literacy assessment platform to assess learners’ computer skills. The Northstar Digital Literacy Certificate is made up of 11 assessments testing your digital literacy, or ability to use computers. This certification can be obtained by attending the 3-day Basic Computer Classes that are offered monthly within our career centers and virtually through Goodwill’s My Career Advisor website.