COVID-19 Resource Hub

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  • Our recruiting experts suggest some example questions to ask an interviewer to help set you up for career success in the new era of work.
  • In these challenging times, it’s very likely that any interviews you undertake will take place either over the phone or by video call. Recruiting experts at Hays provide some useful tips for those interviewing remotely, to help them overcome their fears and secure their next job.
  • With working practices having changed vastly in a short space of time, how can we remain 'visible' to managers and colleagues in a continuously evolving world of work? We provide tips on how you can ensure your career stays on track in the coming months.
  • A lot has changed in a short time, but you still need to advance your career. This may sound daunting in the current climate, but if you follow these easy steps, you’ll be able to incorporate professional development into your new routine.
  • The current uncertainty shouldn’t stop you from looking to the future and making your professional dreams a reality. But how has your profession changed since the advent of the pandemic? Recruiting experts provide tips on how you can ensure your CV reflects these changes.
  • Working from home doesn’t have to mean putting your career development on hold. Here’s how to strengthen professional relationships, make new connections and stand out from the virtual crowd.
  • There is no doubt that these are unprecedented and challenging times. However, you might still be thinking about your career and what your next steps might look like. Here are our tips for job hunting during lockdown.
  • We know staying up to date on the coronavirus crisis is critical to do your job. Our AICPA and CIMA Coronavirus Resource Centers provide the latest news, resources and guidance to help advise your organizations, clients and customers.
  • Feeling overwhelmed, frustrated or anxious during the lockdown is a normal human reaction. Here are the 5 easy tips to get you started.
  • Whilst recruitment may slow down initially, employers are still hiring for business-critical roles, so your search does not have to come to a standstill. Here are five ways on how to keep your job search going.
  • Promote the health of your team and business by responding to effects and implications of the coronavirus. Here are tools to develop a new normal.
  • If you find yourself in lock-down or affected by the stalling recruitment market, here are three things that active job seekers can do while the world is on hold.
  • If your organization doesn’t have a business continuity plan (BCP), check if it has a disaster recovery plan (DRP) that can be leveraged. If it has neither, it’s time to start fresh. Once you have your BCP, follow these five steps to ensure its effectiveness: