Laid off? Use Crystal for free for the next 3 months

In the economic fallout from COVID-19, millions of people around the world have unexpectedly lost their jobs due to no fault of their own

We have heard from many Crystal users, including skilled leaders, sales professionals, recruiters, and others whose lives have changed drastically in the last month, and now they’re figuring out their next move. 

If you’re one of those people who have lost their job, I want you to know that we are with you, and we want to help you emerge from this crisis stronger than ever. So, we are offering you free access to our Chrome Extension for the next 3 months (see details below). 

You’re likely facing some unique challenges already: 

  • With the economic uncertainty, many businesses are freezing or delaying their hiring.
  • Interviews need to be conducted virtually, which makes it harder to build rapport and trust. 
  • Lots of candidates are entering into the talent pool at once, so competition is more intense than before. 

Because of this, it’s more important than ever to understand your strengths, communicate effectively, and build trusting, long-term relationships that you can depend on. Crystal can help you by: 

  • Showing you your natural strengths, and the types of roles you are best suited for.
  • Teaching you how to send effective emails and messages to hiring managers, based on their unique personality. 
  • Helping you describe your skills and sell yourself more persuasively in job interviews, especially when you’re doing it remotely. 

To participate in this program, simply sign up for a free Crystal account, install the Chrome Extension, and send us an email at hello@crystalknows.com with the subject line “STRONGER THAN EVER”. In the message, include: 

  • The email address associated with your Crystal account. 
  • Your previous job title and company. 
  • Your ideal new job. 

That’s it. Then we’ll give you free access to Crystal until July 13th 2020, no questions asked. 

This is a tough time for everyone, but for many, this can be a season of renewal and rebirth. Here’s to new opportunities and growth!

The Crystal Team

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