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Posted on Thursday, Apr 6, 2017
Within the next three years there will be more than 26 billion connected devices, according to Gartner. This presents both challenges and opportunities for anyone working in tech and as an app developer you're at the forefront of this change. Whether you're freelancing, contracting, or working full-time, there will be new skills to embrace, and a wider world than mobile phones. This shared connectivity means we as human beings, and our devices, are far more connected than ever before.
And this represents a huge opportunity, but only if you have the right capabilities and skills to exploit it.
Posted Megan Simpson, Team Lead – Accounting and Finance, Vancouver, Hays Canada on Thursday, Apr 6, 2017
Nowadays, social media is in everything we do and it’s a strong tool for your professional life. So it’s important to know how to use this in a way that will help you to meet your professional goals.
Working for Hays boosts my profile since the company is the most followed recruitment company on LinkedIn and I can reach a larger audience, but we cannot rely only on numbers.
Here are my four tips to build your network and engage with your audience:
Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays Canada Vice President, on Friday, Mar 24, 2017
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Head of Hays Talent Solutions, on behalf of Dmitri Khanine, on Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017
If you’re back to the job market after a while or looking to move into another technology, getting a technical interview may seem like winning a lottery. However, sometimes job seekers rush into it, blowing their chances and setting back their career.
What simple steps can you take right now to find out exactly what you may be missing in the technical field where you are going to seek employment?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Friday, Mar 10, 2017
Take extra care today - when the clocks change accidents and mistakes become more common.
Workplace safety, accuracy and efficiency is always top of mind, especially for those in mining and resources, oil and gas, construction, or manufacturing and logistics. Those in less safety sensitive positions such as accounting and finance or IT should also be vigil for mistakes.
What can you do to reduce your risk?