Declassified WFH Survival Guide

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Odds are if you’re working, you’re working from home. (Except for those angels working on the front-line.) Most of us have transitioned to being at home 24/7. While that sounds great for some people (such as introverts or those who like working in their man/she caves and basements) it’s thrown a wrench in their psyche. […]

Mothers – The Missing Piece

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While binge-watching a little known 90s TV sitcom called Family Matters, I came across a scene that relates to what’s going on today. During one of the early episodes (episode 2 to be accurate), the Winslow’s are faced with a challenge: loss of income in a two-income family. Mrs. Winslow loses her job due to […]

Untapped Potential: HBCUs

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Did you know there is a whole population that remains untapped amongst many work industries? Be it Silicon Valley or Wall Street, a lack of a certain alma mater seems to be consistent, and what is that, you ask? Well, that would be talent from HBCUs. Otherwise known as Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Schools […]

Recruitment Conferences to Make You Smarter

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Just like any other industry, in Recruitment, Talent Acquisition, HR, etc. you have to remain on top of your game. How do you remain on top of your game? Training, continuing education and development, and attending conferences. Conferences and recruitment events are great, they give you a chance to network, learn new methods, get a […]

Even Daenerys Needs a Job

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As a recruiter, let’s face it, sometimes you don’t have the easiest of jobs. What’s even harder is when you have to not only advocate for yourself, but your client and talent equally. So what happens when your advocacy is tested? What happens when you have to advocate against societal and recruitment biases? Let’s take […]

Adventures in Working from Home: Linda Padierna

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Here at Kinetix, we’ve stepped into the next phase of employment evolution: the work-from-home arena. For our employees, such as Linda Padierna, this flexibility has allowed her to work to the best of her abilities. For Linda, the remote work opportunity has been infinite, and she wishes more companies took advantage of it. If you […]

Reset Yourself for 2020

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The new year is here, and like many, it’s time for us all to reset ourselves–not only at home but at work. This reset is the difference between your stagnant complacency carried over from the previous year and the boost into the new atmosphere of your career. Looking for a better job, more pay, or […]

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Does Your Talent Pool Have the Skills?

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It’s here. Whether you like it or not (make all the jokes you want, be it boomer jokes or millennials can’t dial up a receiver quips), the Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. The year 2020 will be upon us soon with smarter cars, computers, and AI machines and systems that help us do our jobs. […]

The Remote Life for Sylvia Cheung

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Not everyone works well in office environments, and here at Kinetix, it’s something we’ve learned to work around and adjust to. That is why we have recruiters who work from home like Sylvia Cheung. For Sylvia, the work from home aspect of Kinetix has been a great opportunity for her career growth. What sets working […]

Adventures in Working from Home: Ian Koh Edition

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In a perfect world, where would you work? What would your work set-up look like? With many companies transitioning their workers and/or workplaces to the virtual side, I’m certain many of us have pondered these questions. If you work from home, plan to soon, or you’re just inquisitive like me, you’ve probably also wondered, “What […]