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Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Jun 30, 2016
Nearly 100 per cent of Canadian professionals are on at least one social media network and more than half use them as tools to hunt for employment. As the hiring market gets tougher, employers need to stand out from the crowd, but less than a quarter are using social media to find talent.
How can you stand out from the crowd?
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Hays Canada VP, Contract Division, on Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016
Are you working with whichever recruiter comes along? Or leaving it too late in your job hunt to build a relationship with one? Being proactive about befriending a few IT recruiters in your region could be the best way to get the career you want.
Let someone else do the heavy lifting in your career plan.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016
A job interview is an essential part in the making right choice, but not just for the hiring manager. The shortage of key skills in the Canadian construction market means you could be weighing up multiple job opportunities. Use these tips in interviews to make sure you get all the facts and make the right decision.
Whether your meeting is in a formal office environment or out on site, it’s important that you use this time to find out if this is the role, and company, to get you where you want to be in your career.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Jun 23, 2016
Your resume is updated, cover letter is targeted, and interview answers are prepared - but could your body language win or lose you the next job? Negative body language could be enough to deny you the job.
Hiring managers can tell about someone’s personality simply by observing how they sit in an interview. For example, if you are slouched in the chair, tapping your foot or fidgeting, you’ll come across as disinterested and, worse, rude.
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Director of Contract Divisions, Hays Canada on Wednesday, Jun 15, 2016
We talk a lot about using contingent workers strategically to help complete projects, catch you up on paperwork or administration, or provide needed short-term expertise. However, often clients don’t call me unless they need someone for a few weeks or months
Is it worth bringing on temporary workers for just a day or a week? It can be – with the right worker.