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Posted on Thursday, Aug 2, 2018
While LGBTQ acceptance has become widespread in the last decade, coming out at work isn’t easy. A workplace that’s open, accepting, and diverse can make that process more comfortable.
“At Hays I want everyone to be able to bring their whole selves to work, so they’re not spending energy hiding who they are and can instead fully embrace being part of our team, working towards their goals, and bringing creative new ideas to the table,” says Hays Canada President Rowan O’Grady. “I’m proud to lead a company that embraces diversity and inclusion every day and at every level.”
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Jul 26, 2018
Posted by Soley Soucie, Regional Director, Hays Canada, on Tuesday, Jul 24, 2018
No interview is perfect. But there are mistakes you may be making that can tank your chances of getting the job. As part of your interview preparation, it’s best to know what those mistakes are so you can avoid making them when vying for your dream job.
Posted by Louisa Benedicto, Hays VP of the GTA, on Tuesday, Jul 17, 2018
Your personal statement is your elevator pitch: it’s the first thing a hiring manager reads on your resume.The problem is, that pressure to perform can lead to writer’s block. From a look at structure, to what you can include, and a list of important dos and don’ts, here’s how to beat the block.
Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Friday, Jun 29, 2018
Whether you’re sorting through 20 resumes or 200, you want to be efficient and thorough. Many hiring managers tell us they are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of applications that come in and often more than half are not relevant or sufficient for the advertised role.