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Our wildly successful first online job search summit made all of us here at Work It Daily realize that we need to offer this summit again to our readers and viewers. If you missed our first online job search summit, sign up today to save your seat for our next one!

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Many businesses are still trying to figure out how to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some have had to adjust how they operate, and unfortunately some have had to reduce staff. As the pandemic continues, there's actually a lot that businesses can learn from COVID-19 that could benefit them and their employees in the long run.

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According to Prosci, "Change management is the discipline that guides how we prepare, equip and support individuals to successfully adopt change in order to drive organizational success and outcomes." And, most importantly, organizations do not change—people do.

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A good friend recently sent me the link to an article all about the value of coaching. I'm sure it's no surprise to all of you that I loved it. However, it also reminded me I should be reminding all of you why having a career coach is the best thing you can do for your professional development.

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On a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, we invited Stacey Lewis, founder of HR Interrupted, back to continue our conversation on race and the workplace. The topic? Microaggressions.

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We are pleased to announce the arrival of Work It Daily's first online job search summit! If you're looking for help with your job search, you can't pass up this exclusive opportunity.

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There's no doubt that things have shifted dramatically as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, leaders are asking themselves hard questions.

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You see the message you were dreading. Your work was found deficient. No one wants to have their work critiqued or have its flaws pointed out. And most definitely, not in public. Yet it happens for some professionals. While it never feels good when things go wrong, taking a step back, evaluating what happened, and thinking about how to prevent a recurrence can go a long way towards building resilience, strength and future success.

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