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The current health crisis has forced people to stay in their homes, businesses to close, and economic activity to drop dramatically.
We’re all experiencing the impact of this pandemic, it’s a phenomenon that truly demonstrates how deeply connected we are as a global community.
Losing your job in these circumstances though, makes it exponentially more stressful. Like many other organizations, we’re doing whatever we can to help. As a company that builds software to help organizations connect with great talent, we feel like we’re uniquely positioned to support people that are looking for new opportunities.
We’re launching the #NewHome community for candidates who have lost their job in the recent wave of layoffs and uncertainty that has swept the globe. We’ll be connecting candidates that sign up with recruiters from companies that are still hiring.
If you are someone that is looking for a new opportunity, or you know someone who is, you can register to join the #NewHome community here and specify the type of role that you’re looking for.
If you’re a recruiter that works for a company that is still hiring, you can register here. Everything is totally free of charge, and Beamery will be working in the background to connect you with the right talent.
Often it’s in times of crisis that people can do the most good. We’re impressed by the number of individuals and organizations out there who are coming together to support those most affected by the pandemic, and we want to do our part too. We’re in this together.
If you’re looking for other resources to help you handle the dramatic changes that have been created by Covid-19, you can check out our recent blog posts on the Beamery blog, Talking Talent. To get you started, check out these 5 email templates to keep candidates engaged remotely.
Content and Campaigns
Nada Chaker leads content and campaigns at Beamery. She writes and reads about the latest news in Talent Acquisition, but also about business strategy, startups, food and indoor plants.
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