Pandemic, skills shortages, recession and a new generation of employees – the world of work is changing. However, new generations, in particular, also create opportunities for companies, provided they are managed by professionals who can adapt to their needs.
The work-from-home revolution sparked by the pandemic has fundamentally changed the world of work, and it’s here to stay in many sectors. However, the freedom to dodge the daily commute and have more time in bed often comes at a cost, such as self-imposed longer hours or feeling pressure to be constantly available. But is this really the case?
Dissatisfied with your current job? Longing for new challenges? Then maybe it’s time to think about a career change. Read on to find out about your options and how to embark on a new career successfully.
An impressive cover letter and convincing CV are crucial for a successful application. But there is a great deal of debate about what this actually means – and whether a CV should only be one page, for example.
Your application went well, your in-person interview was a success and your potential new employer is keen to hire you. This should be a huge relief. But this is exactly where lots of candidates start to panic – because it’s time for salary negotiations.
Whether candidates decide for or against a company no longer depends solely on the right salary or a lot of vacation days. A Candidate Journey can help candidates and companies to better structure the application process and provide a good overview.
The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way people work. Although many companies believe the pandemic has made their workers more stressed, the employees say the opposite: their stress levels have not generally increased and they are now more conscious of having a healthy work-life balance.
For years, companies have been fighting a talent war to recruit and retain qualified staff. In recent years and months, this situation has been further exacerbated due to a shortage of skilled workers in Switzerland. It is no longer enough to simply wait for applications. The following talent attraction tips explain how to overcome precisely these obstacles.
Good corporate culture isn’t all about parties, table football in the office and free coffee. This article will shed some light on what it actually takes.
There is little that has stood the test of time as consistently as best practices when it comes to applying for a job. However, despite that fact, there have been a few developments over recent years that have made some age-old advice obsolete. To find out more about modern job application trends, keep on reading here.