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Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays VP, on Monday, Mar 28, 2016
"[It's] very important to have an understanding of the sub trades and to have strong business relationships with those vendors," says Graham Group senior estimator Martin van Balen in the latest Construction Industry Insider.
Hear his thoughts on how Ontario's bid process differs from other markets, and why he's taking every opportunity for continual learning to reach his career goals.
Posted by Andy Robling, Hays Canada VP, on Wednesday, Mar 23, 2016
Just a quarter of payroll employers offer the benefits most sought-after by Canadian payroll workers, according to the Hays Payroll Salary Guide. This represents an opportunity for employers to differentiate themselves in the labour market by offering the benefits payroll employees want.
What can you do today to attract and retain the employees you need?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Wednesday, Mar 16, 2016
Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays VP, on Tuesday, Mar 15, 2016
The Liberal government has committed to almost doubling infrastructure investment, as well as improving public transit and building more affordable housing. That all means making an already busy construction industry work harder.
The nationwide shortage of estimators means high demand for those with the right experience. What will this influx of spending mean for this in-demand group?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Mar 10, 2016
As an estimator you’re in high demand across Canada, but could you accelerate your career with just one change to your expectations?
A small increase in commute could mean a big increase in career growth.