Saying that we are in a really crazy time right now is an understatement these days. Some people are lucky, and that includes myself, because they get to keep their jobs amidst the pandemic. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case for most people around the world right now.
I had two things in mind when I was thinking things through:
- What if it’s me who is looking for job? To whom should I reach out to if my role becomes redundant because of business decisions? What would I do? Where do I begin?
- Within my network, I can see that at least two people are looking for a new work after getting displaced. As a recruiter and a champion of Talent Attraction and Marketing, what’s stopping me from connecting them to a work that I know?
Then, this mission finally happened.
I want to help.
I have the tools. I can build the audience. I can write. In a millennial term, I need to find out “What’s not clicking, Brenda?”
Now that I have renewed faith in my passion (and a renewed subscription of my domain lol), expect that over the next weeks or so (every fortnightly, if not weekly) I will be sharing my expertise and some tips on how to land and ace your interview, improve your resume, or simply share some of my newly discovered work-at-home hacks and essentials to get things going for your remote work.
Every blog that I will publish will also feature leads (mostly work-at-home jobs) to help anyone who is looking for new work (whether because of job change, displacement… that’s on you). Leads will not be country or location-specific because I will share them as I see fit. So that means I could be sharing an opening in the Philippines today and an opening in the US next week.
Job market is stalling? Not for my company!
You know, it’s really scary when we hear people talk about how the job market recovery is stalling and when we see more people claim unemployment benefits these days not just in the United States but as well as globally. On the contrary, the company that I work for is nowhere near slowing down.
Did you know that even before the pandemic hit TTEC has already been employing thousands of work-at-home phone agents across the globe? Yes, unlike typical outsourcing companies out there, our goal is to make customer service-related work available for people globally. Working from home is not easy. However, if you have some of our minimum requirements we can help and set you up for success – internal career mobility, full-time benefits, outstanding work culture, transparent leadership… you name it, we have it!
Oh, if you happen to be in the United States (minus California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, and New York – so sorry!) you may want to check out this Work From Home Customer Service Representative work that we have. I once asked why we couldn’t hire to those states right now and my boss’s answer was simple: it’s because of state legislations that they have in place right now. Soon, when things might be different, we will be able to hire from those states, too! Over the next four weeks, we are hiring 3500 representatives to join us and if you wish to be one of them, let me know!
From the Philippines: if you’re looking for a career under Human Resources and Talent Acquisition, check out this Global Talent Acquisition Co-Ordinator post that we have for you. Potentially, we need someone who is agile and flexible schedule-wise. If you’re someone who loves collaborating and discovering news ways to effectively support your market and region this role could be for you.
Now, if you’re unsure about what to pursue but is keen to hear more from TTEC, you can join the Talent Community to hear the first dibs from us. We send some cool stuff, watch out!
Let’s help each other. If you know someone who is looking for work right now, connect them with me and we can help them find a job, which means it’s not only limited to TTEC. My email is always open to connect with you if you have questions or opportunities to share.