6 Tips for Transitioning Back to the Office
Some transitions will be gradual, others more accelerated. Many offices will still incorporate a significant amount of work-from-home hours. Whatever you are facing, do so with a smile. Remember that you used to enjoy where you work. (Of course, if you now find out your current office situation is not what you really want – get to work on your personal career..
Who’s Zoomin’ Who?
The term “a new normal” is bandied about quite a bit nowadays. While it can make for some clever memes its actual meaning remains in flux. We are all adapting to new situations when it comes to our work environment. Not the least of which is in how we communicate with each other.
Resources to Help Your Post-Pandemic Job Search
Yes, we are resilient and, yes, this too shall pass. However, it will take effort and endurance. If you are, or know, someone who is looking to get back into the game, here are a few resources you can utilize in your quest. There are the obvious candidates like Monster, Indeed, Career Builder and LinkedIn. However, there are many others, like these.
The Challenges of Working Remotely
By now, we all have become seasoned pros when it comes to working remotely. Well, if not exactly “seasoned” we’re at least becoming more accustomed to this new normal. Still, working from home presents a unique set of challenges. Moving forward it could become our ongoing routine.
Behind-the-Curtain: The Work Stressors of COVID-19 – and How to Manage Through Them
As we deal with the seemingly perpetual lockdown, our lives have become increasingly stressful. Notice I did not say “more” stressful. We can all agree that working life is stressful. What COVID-19 has done is remove some stresses and introduce others.
Stress & Fear: Coping with COVID-19
Welcome to the upside down. To say that we are living in a Stranger Things world would be a gross understatement. We are all creatures of habit and routine. Those reassuring rituals of life have been dramatically altered. We all know that – eventually – things will return to some semblance of normalcy. But, how do we cope with the here and now?