Thrive is offering our software for free to individuals impacted by COVID-19

At Thrive we understand the impact that COVID-19 is going to have on individuals looking for a job. The virus is ripping through North America and having an immediate and devastating impact on the economy. 

Unfortunately, many hard-working Canadians have been and will continue to be impacted and be put out of work through no fault of their own. Many employers will not be in a financial position to offer any sort of career transition services to departing employees. This pain will be particularly acute for hourly workers in the hospitality, entertainment, travel and tourism industries, to name a few.

We understand that the implications of COVID-19 will impact these individuals financially and emotionally, and we want to do something to support them.

Effective immediately, we are making access to our Thrive Career Wellness Platform free for individuals who have lost their job due to COVID-19. The job search management tools embedded on our Thrive platform have been used by over 80,000 users over the last five years and they have helped those job seekers build a resume, analyze their fit for prospective jobs, track job applications, and leverage and build their network. 

If you have lost your job, and would like access to Thrive, you can request access here: https://thrivemycareer.com/covid19/

Once on the platform, job seekers will have access to our resume builder, job search learning centre, job search tracker and proprietary smart tracker browser extension. We hope that our software will provide individuals with structure, guidance and support as they tackle finding their next opportunity. Our live-chat job search experts will be available to answer any questions individuals may have. We will do whatever we can to support those who through no fault of their own have lost their livelihood. 

For the last five days, our team has worked around the clock to launch this product so that we can provide those that need it most with the proper tools to move forward. With this, I ask that you please share this post across all your social media and personal networks so it may reach all those navigating the job market.

Thank you,
Jeffrey Doucet

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