If you looked for a job in the last few months, you may have used multiple job listing sites to search for your next opportunity. Each online job site is different, applying takes a lot of time and energy, and it is tough when you don’t hear feedback or updates from employers. To help you find your next job, Indeed is hosting a virtual hiring tour.
In this third and final blog on microaggressions, we discuss how to address a microaggression if you are the offender and provide tips for becoming an effective ally and advocate if you witness microaggressions in the future.
Microaggressions are thinly veiled, everyday instances of discrimination. They can range from insults to comments or gestures. While they may not seem as damaging as more overt forms of oppression, they are harmful to our communities. Often, people are not quite sure how to address it when they are on the receiving end of a microaggression in the workplace, so we've compiled some tips to get you started.
Communities across the world are discussing and working through long-lasting societal problems around systemic discrimination, racism, sexism, homophobia and more. Education is key to understanding how systemic discrimination and racism impacts each of us, pervades our daily lives, and negatively impacts the lives and futures of people of color. As we all learn ways to become anti-racist, it’s important to learn about microaggressions and how to address them in the workplace.
Job searching is a full-time job. Between researching employers online and networking to filling out applications and prepping for interviews, it can easily eat up 40+ hours a week. But as much work as it is to land a new job, it’s when you start one that the hard work really begins.
Sometimes getting the job is the easy part of employment — keeping it can be a whole other ballgame. Staying in a job for long periods of time builds credibility, stability and experience, and puts you in a more favorable position should you wish to pursue new opportunities down the road.
These days, job searches are more complicated than just filling out an application. Analytics, algorithms and applicant tracking systems serve as data-based gatekeepers, helping hiring managers scan, sort and search for the right candidate. And they achieve this by using keywords.
“Self-care” and “stress relief” are two buzzwords that have increased in prominence with the recent stay-at-home orders. Whether someone is selling you a product or sharing an inspirational quote, everyone has their opinion about what you should do to make your days as productive and stress-free as possible.
Résumés are all about getting the attention of the recruiter. But first, that résumé must get through the magical chamber of the Applicant Tracking System (ATS).