We recognize that the right cultural fit is just as important as the work you do.
That’s why we focus on working with our hiring partners to create returnships and permanent-based roles that are specifically designed to fit your needs, both personally and professionally, at no cost to you.
Making the decision to return to work or change careers is difficult for many people.
Figuring out the best path and partner to help shouldn’t be.
The silver lining is that a looming labor shortage means that many employers will be willing to look at nontraditional candidates.
That, coupled with several key steps on your part, could help you hear “You’re hired.” Focus on face time instead of Net time. When you have a gap in your resume, scouring job boards and relying on posting your resume online will not help.
Those returning to the workforce worry about lacking the latest skills, competing against candidates with current experience, and learning the politics of interviewing.
If this sounds like you, rest assured you’re not alone.
And since these people know, like and trust you and your character, and like you and trust you, they’ll be a big help in making introductions and even serving as references. Convince them that you’re recommitting yourself to your career, so sitting down with you will not be a waste of their time.
Tell them you’re hoping they’ll connect you with some key contacts because you know you’ll be a great asset to any team.