A Note from Our CEO, David Dunkel, and Our President, Joseph Liberatore
We understand that these are challenging times. The unprecedented spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact our daily lives, communities and world.
As a firm, we’ve faced many difficult situations in our past, including natural disasters and economic crises, each bringing with them unique dynamics. Coming out of the Great Recession of 2008, due to our diversified portfolio and strong balance sheet, we emerged in the top position amongst our peers in the industry. With our experienced leadership, we are positioned to do the same as we navigate COVID-19.
Our Kforce executive team has taken proactive steps to prioritize the health and safety of our employees, clients and consultants. As we continue to receive updates about COVID-19, we will be iterative in making the best, informed decisions for our people and customers. These unprecedented times call for unique ways to operate. As we cope with COVID-19 together, we want to assure you that Kforce has the infrastructure to support you and your organization. We’re committed to being responsive and flexible to your needs.
We are set up for success via technology as our workforce transitions to a virtual environment. This includes:
- Conducting virtual interviews with candidates
- Facilitating virtual interviews between clients and candidates
- Skills testing of candidates via online platforms such as CodeSignal
Our consultants have excelled in remote opportunities, and we are confident they’ll continue to be successful during these challenging times.
We are supporting a wide range of roles that can be successfully executed remotely, including (but not limited to):
- App Dev
- Project Management
- FA Support Roles
Kforce is here to help you maintain business continuity. Our organization understands the world of work is changing and the unique nature of this rapidly evolving situation. It is our commitment to support our partners and associates as things develop. It is paramount that we all work together as we address future obstacles in the coming weeks.
Resources for Employers
COVID-19: What You Need to Know
Companies have a responsibility to their employees to keep them safe, especially during a health crisis. As a result, COVID-19 is leading many businesses to rethink their employees’ health and safety at work.
The Video Interview: Top Tips for Employers
Video interviews are a way to evaluate candidates remotely. Instead of meeting in person or talking on the phone, recruiters and hiring managers can interview candidates virtually.
Best Practices for Managing Remote Employees
Managing remote employees boils down to two elements: connection and collaboration. If you can help your off-site workers feel connected to the rest of the team, then you’re doing it right.
Resources for Job Seekers
4 Things Tech Professionals Can Do Today to Prepare for Life After COVID-19
COVID-19 has caused many changes in our lives at home and at work. Here are 4 things technology professionals can do right now to prepare for when this crisis is over.
Social Distancing? Here Are 6 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Team
To get through this together, we need to find ways to connect virtually. Here's some helpful advice on staying connected with your team amid social distancing.
Check Out Our Favorites for the Top 20 STEM Apps | Grades K-12
Are you looking for ways to keep your kids busy while you work from home? We researched, downloaded and tested hundreds of STEM apps for grades K-12 to list our Top 20 Kforce Picks.
Video Interview Tips
Video interviews are now commonplace in the job search process. Job seekers should be prepared for them if the opportunity arises. Here are some helpful tips.
Create a Compelling Resume
Some recruiters spend as little as six seconds scanning your resume. These tips will increase the likelihood of your resume falling into the short stack of “yes” candidates.