Interviewing employees from struggling, bankrupt, or defunct retail companies

As I may have written about here, I worked in a struggling department store within the last two years, and when applying for other jobs, prospective employers would often get distracted by my company’s name and the recent turmoil it had endured.

I’m working on an article that will be featured on Medium about what I wish employers knew when interacting with employees of our background and connections, and how they can make us more comfortable opening up about our skills. In short, using my perspective, I want to help people be better bosses, leaders, and recruiters instead of overwhelming us with complaints or perspectives we’ll all heard before.

Does anyone have any advice about stuff I should mention? Also, please get in touch if you’d like to be interviewed. I am also going to tag some companies which I will have in mind as I write this.

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