Video job interviews are an increasingly popular way for employers to talk with prospective employees. If you are not prepared for the intricacies of video chatting programs, you could find yourself left in the dust.
Employers across the globe are concerned that they are faced with a workforce that is aging and a talent pool that is under-educated, or under-motivated and showing talent shortages in many critical areas. These problems create challenges for all businesses, but they are especially critical for nonprofits, which usually operate with a smaller number of employees than for-profit firms.
Landing a job interview is hard work, and sometimes it can seem like it’s all luck. The reality is, however, that there is an art to getting the call from an employer. Below are three tips you can follow that will improve your chances.
Homeward Bound, Inc., located in Plymouth, MN, is looking to hire an Operations Administrator. Do you think you have what it takes to succeed at a position that requires creativity, initiative, and independence? If so, this is the perfect job for you.
If you aren’t being sued by someone who was hurt by one of your employees, chances are you are being sued by someone you didn’t offer a job. That’s just the way things seem to go these days in the modern workforce.
Nonprofits exist to solve problems. Yet as many nonprofit managers will attest, they are much happier solving problems that exist outside the organization. One thing is for sure: Any organization that has problems with its donors has problems.
The Internet is a useful place for nonprofits to be, but it can also be a veritable danger zone for your technology. If you aren’t careful, you could find yourself on the receiving end of a malicious virus that could severely hamper all the hard work your organization has done.