By now, you would have to be living under a rock to not know about the challenges the restaurant and hospitality industry has faced due to the pandemic. Despite the shutdowns and capacity restrictions, January was the best performance for restaurants since the pandemic started early last year.   

In the past couple years, more and more people have joined the gig economy – whether it’s in a full-time or part-time capacity – as a means of making money or growing their careers. This diverse workforce is made up of 57 million people nationwide and can be found in virtually every industry and position.  

It goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway: 2020 has been a challenging year for us all. With the presence of the pandemic, a tough political climate, and a myriad of other social matters, it’s no surprise that 40% of U.S. adults reported struggling with mental health issues this year.  

Since the twentieth century, companies around the world have been utilizing temporary workers to fill open spots in their departments, provide flexible opportunities, and employ a diverse workforce. In the 100+ years since employment agencies rose to the popularity they have now, the staffing industry has grown exponentially with the U.S. spending “over $150 billion on temporary staffing and on average engaged just under 3… Read more »

When searching for a new job, the interview process is just as important for candidates as it is for employers. While prospective managers are learning about you and deciding if you would be a good fit in their organization, you should be doing be doing the same with them.