Interior Talent has kicked off a three-part summer webinar series focused on helping businesses thrive and continue to grow. Find part one of the series here focused on How to Retain Your Top Performers.
Over the past few weeks we have featured our interview series of Coffee & Conversations with Interior Talent on Instagram Live focusing on interview tips and advice for before, during and after the interview. In these videos you hear tips & advice from Kenneth Roberts, one of our Principals, and Bre Pybus, one of our Recruiters.
If you were unable to tune in, don’t you worry because we are bringing the video series to you.
Now that working from home and exploring remote opportunities have become a more popular option for designers, you may be wondering if this is the right next step for your career.
If you’re contemplating a virtual shift or simply looking to pick up a few more design projects in your spare time, here is some helpful advice to consider as you get started on your journey.
The demand for contract employees is at an all-time high and it’s easy to understand why.
Simply put, both employee and employer can benefit from this trending workforce, especially as businesses continue to “open” across the country. Did you know that companies can cut nearly 45% in overhead by hiring a contract worker?
What happens next as we seek to define the new normal within Architecture and Design?
We’ve spent the last month asking our clients within all areas of the Architecture, Interior Design and the Showroom sector, “How are you handling this crisis and what are you doing to move forward?”
We were intrigued to hear the feedback and wanted to share findings with our network. As three key components were recurring from each firm, read more to find out…
If you’re looking for ways to stay connected while you’re away from coworkers, friends, and family, we’ve got you covered! We are fortunate enough to live in a time where we can be social, even from the comfort of our own homes.
Here you can find how we’re staying connected during a typical day; we hope you consider these tools for your daily practice as well.
The sick season is upon us, but don’t be fooled – there’s plenty you can do to protect yourself from getting the sniffles so you can keep working. Limited sick time or the guilty feeling of calling out of work may seem like more of a push to get yourself into the office, but if you’re really under the weather coming in to work is most likely harming you, your work family and your employer. That being said, here are our tips to help you stay healthy and happy.