Ever felt that your workday is over, but you have not been able to accomplish most of what you had ventured out to do at the beginning of the day? What can you do to increase productivity at work? Read on to learn more.
A majority of our job seekers here at Daily Work are immigrants, many of whom have come to the U.S. in just the last few years. One of the most important pieces of the immigration process is finding a job. There are a number of hurdles that immigrants have to face -one of them is acquiring the work authorization documentation. Read on to learn more.
Immigrants represent 8.5% of Minnesota’s population, that’s one in 12 Minnesotans that are immigrants. Having a state that has a large immigrant population introduces many dynamics and many barriers to address. Barriers of language, culture, culture shock, as well as acclimation can be difficult challenges for immigrant families to overcome. The Intercultural Praxis Model may be an approach that will help navigate the many intercultural challenges for Minnesotans working with immigrants and can also be used as a tool to help communication on a global level. Read on to learn more.
If job seekers need a computer to apply for jobs, then there should affordable technology accessible to them. Access to employment is a right and should not create barriers to economic inclusion. If supportive technology resources are limited and not affordable, then what choices do job seekers have? Read on to learn more.
Most Daily Work job seekers are people who come from different areas in the world, many of which are new to the United States, having been here only a year or two - or less. This also means many of our job seekers might be experiencing culture shock. Read on to learn more.
Executive Director Julie Hoff writes about one of the key outcomes of Daily Work's year-long strategic planning process and how we are centering and deepening services for immigrants and refugees.
One person can inspire change for the entire world. This year, celebrate National Make a Difference Day on Saturday, October 22. Check out these ideas to help get you started with making a difference in your community and the world.
The 988 hotline marks a small but significant victory in the fight to curtail the rising rates of suicide in the United States. Read on to learn more.
Modes of transit should never be a barrier to get hired. Read on to learn why a job seeker using alternative transportation for daily commute, might just be your perfect employee!
Looking for a job but struggling to write your resume? Look no further. Here are 7 important tips to write a great resume!
They say 'All Work and No Play makes Jack a Dull Boy'! Clueless about what hobbies you can pursue outside work? Read on to learn more.
During these trying times with financial crisis on the rise , we need to adapt coping mechanisms to keep our worries at bay. Read on to learn more .
Earlier this month, Juneteenth was celebrated for the second time as a Federal holiday. Read on to learn more and checkout a new cookbook celebrating Juneteenth.
According to Encyclopedia.com, stigma (plural, stigmata) is a Greek word that in its origins referred to a kind of tattoo mark that was cut or burned into the skin of criminals, slaves, or traitors in order to visibly identify them as blemished or morally polluted persons. The word was later applied to other personal attributes that are considered shameful or discrediting. With such a negative origin, it's not hard to imagine how damaging stigmata are to people experiencing them. In this post, Nancy examines the connection between stigma and disabilities and how we help eliminate them.
Register online or send the card you received in the mail! You can find more details about the May 17 Steps to Success event on our website.
We live in a world where most things in life involve technology; the internet may be the most important technology today. It is now rare that people tender hard copies of a resume to apply for a job. Instead, job applications are submitted mostly online. With the pandemic, both education and work are increasingly online experiences. These things could not have happened if people did not have internet and computer access.
Daily Work is striving to be data-centric in our approach to building a sustainable and impactful organization. Read about the seven efforts either recently completed or currently underway to learn more about how we're using data to inform our work.
According to an article published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, "...sleep is not an optional activity." Today, the negative impacts of inadequate sleep are more widely recognized. Despite this, statistics show that 1 out of 3 American adults do not get adequate sleep, impacting all aspects of life. Read more about why Daily Work cares about how much sleep our job seekers are getting.
Shauna points out that some people compare programs like SNAP to a band aid, because they feel that they do not help much. In fact, these programs are essential in helping people become financially stable. If you need to sign up for SNAP or TANF, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Research shows that volunteering is good for you! Learn about how it can help pave the way to paid employment, better health, and a more satisfying life experience.
Taissa shares why affordable housing has become harder to come by these days. Here at Daily Work, we strive to help our job seekers secure stable housing because it is a crucial aspect that contributes to finding and maintaining employment.
Sustainable work and financial sufficiency are some of the best ways to end homelessness.
Jerry reflects on his new career in social work and the opportunity to merge passion with profession.
Have you received the booster shot yet? If not, it is probably time for you to do so!
Many of us have encountered pre-employment assessments, but did you know that they were designed to have candidates fail?
Have you taken or are you considering taking Paternal Leave? Shauna writes on this contentious issue and urges your action to support paid paternal leave.
Kim wraps up for this semester's internship at Daily Work, and she will come back after the break to continue supporting our job seekers!
Jerry researches into the higher heating bills that are expected this winter and provides some options for potential relief.
Brittany outlines the types of struggles that our job seekers face, and she is dedicated to resolve these issues. Learn more about what she has to say here!
Take a look at what Asiya has to say about her experience here at Daily Work as a case manager!
Student interns are a key part of Daily Work’s identity as an organization. Just like our job seekers, students come to Daily Work to get the support and guidance needed to find success in the workforce.
When you have an advanced degree but it is not taken into consideration when employers hire you and subsequently offer you a rudimentary position, it is called brain waste. Learn more about brain waste and how it affects immigrants!
Speak up and be an ally to BIPOC community members!
What did you think Daily Work was when you first saw our name? Many mistake us to be a temp agency, but we are really the opposite of what a temp agency is!
As Daily Work continues to shape our mission expression, we see dual paths of continuing to advance job seekers’ life and work development as well as examining how we and our employer partners can broaden our definitions of what success and capability looks and sounds like.
There are barriers to employment, and Daily Work is here to mitigate them for our job seekers. Learn more about what these barriers are and how we strive to remove them!
Privacy and confidentiality is an important part of the relationship between Daily Work and its stakeholders, especially job seekers. At the same time, sharing information and "networking" is often the key to success when seeking new employment. Learn more about how we walk that line at Daily Work.
Considering a career change? To understand which jobs will be in demand, DEED has created the Employment Outlook data tool, which provides some information about the jobs that are expected to grow the most in Minnesota.
Language discrimination is the unfair treatment of an individual solely because of their native language or other speech characteristics. Learn more about it now!
The reality is that housing and employment are intertwined. Without stable housing, employment is difficult to maintain, and without employment, stable housing is almost impossible.
Struggling to find jobs because of language barrier? We are here to help.
Here are some tips for newcomers in MN.
Why do you need healthy food?
Learn more about SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Plan.
Limit the spread of Covid with the following steps.
Mental health is a vital part of personal and professional success. Our case management intern discusses the best ways to deal with the challenges mental health brings.
Unemployment Insurance continues to be an important income-maintenance tool for workers and families, but many don't know the history or benefits of this resource. Daily Work helps many jobseekers navigate the unemployment insurance system each year and find the financial support they need to help them get back on their feet.
The U.S is a nation of immigrants, yet immigrants and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) still experience discrimination, racism, and the impacts of white supremacy on an everyday basis. Find new ways to celebrate American culture by exploring these ideas for supporting BIPOC communities and immigrants in the Twin Cities.
Help us maximize our impact on technology essentials for Daily Work today.
New Matching Gift - 25 Days to Raise $2,500. The Justin and Susan Kelly Foundation was so inspired by the testimonies in our videos that they are providing an additional $2,500 challenge match to generate extra support!