Individuals lucky enough to have landed a job in these challenging times frequently find themselves feeling anxious isolated when first getting on board during a virtual workplace. In an August article in the New York Times by Allie Pogrob, she draws on the advice of various career consultants to guide newcomers.
You’ve been furloughed. Twenty million Americans have lost their jobs. You are grieving your own job loss. What to do? Take time to grieve. Job experts have said job loss rivals the loss of a loved. Take time to allow yourself to register the emotions you are experiencing. Then let go – time to move […]
This article, authored by Ashley Wilson, originally appeared on April 7, 2020 on JobCase’s Web site Being unemployed during these strange and unfamiliar times can certainly feel stressful, but you are not alone. Many members of the Jobcase community are feeling just like you. Here are some things that you can do to push yourself […]
The pandemic has ripped apart the fabric of our economy. 22 million have applied for UC benefits. Have you been furloughed or, worse, laid off? Are you still waiting for your stimulus and unemployment checks? I can’t sugarcoat the current job marketplace. Millions of hardworking and productive employees are without jobs. What to do?
During the second term of President Obama, the fissure that had been simmering below the surface broke open and the parties declared open war on one another. The rupture has only gotten larger during the term of President Trump. Now the pandemic that is sweeping the world and now is blooming in the United States […]
Now that the President has finally admitted we have a pandemic, it’s time for Republicans and Democrats to come together and pass comprehensive legislation to address the medical, social and economic impacts affecting the nation and, indeed the world. That is not happening. Within hours after his speech, Trump tweeted an attack on Speaker Pelosi; […]