Unless you’re incredibly lucky, work isn’t optional. We work so we can pay for the roof over our heads, the food we eat, the endless car payments, or the daycare for our children. That’s a given.
But work has the potential to be so much more fulfilling; when work is meaningful it provides purpose and belonging to our lives. What exactly ‘meaningful’ means is entirely personal – if you’re new to the work force, it might mean finding a company that will give you your first real break. If you’re more experienced, it could mean surrounding yourself with a dynamic, skilled, reliable team. For some of us, it means a shorter commute that allows for more time with family.
Whatever you’re looking for, we’re here to help you find it.
“When I joined Shipt we were heading into a hyper-growth period having just been acquired by Target. Running my team, trying to keep up with the pace of hiring, it was all-consuming. Right away I reached out to Proven: they understood the business, they knew my working style – it was a natural choice. Since that first day, they’ve helped me to hire four people and worked some confidential searches. I’ve been able to spread work more evenly across my team and take the burden off my people. To this day, I consistently lean on Proven and see them as an extension of my own team.”
Director of Recruiting, Shipt
If you’re wondering what comes next in your career, or how to go about finding work in this time of crisis, we don’t have all the answers – but we do know a few people who might be able to restore some certainty in this uncertain time. Every Thursday on The Jobpod we’ll be sharing insights from industry leaders, hiring managers, and recruiting professionals as the market adapts to this new landscape.
Learn about the state of the market, which skills are still in high-demand, optimizing your resume and LinkedIn profiles, growing your network, personal branding – essentially everything you need to stay competitive and find your next role.