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Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays Canada Vice President, on Friday, Feb 10, 2017
A recent Hays survey from the US showed a serious skills and labour shortage of millennials (aged under 35) in the construction industry.Are the same trends affecting Canada, and if so what does that mean for employers and professionals?
Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays VP, on Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017
Have you ever learned enough to put away the books?
Not according to these senior estimators.
No matter how senior you are there’s still more to learn – especially as new technology comes on the scene.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017
Posted by Jim Fearon, Vice President, Hays Canada on Tuesday, Feb 14, 2017
Are you feeling a pull to make an adjustment to your job this coming new year? You’re not alone. Many people start reconsidering their current position at the start of a new year, but what if you don’t want to change your job, instead you think it’s time for a raise.
We’ve got you covered. Here are some tips to make you feel comfortable to ask for that salary raise.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Friday, Feb 10, 2017
This question should be urgent for Canadian business leaders and managers because the Hays Canada 2017 Salary Guide finds that 62 per cent of employers expect business activity to increase, but only 35 per cent say they will increase headcount.
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Head of Hays Talent Solutions, Canada on Friday, Jan 20, 2017
Despite high demand for IT professionals, employers are not willing to settle for less experience or fewer skills.
It’s no longer enough to only have the technical experience for the job, soft skills are increasingly moving from “nice-to-have” to required when hiring new employees.