Whether hiring or looking for your next career, we want to ensure you are equipped with the information you need for recruitment or job seeking success. This blog is the recruitment resource you need, from your Canadian recruitment experts.
Get the latest insights and market research from top industries including construction and property, resources and mining, technology, and banking and financial, and learn from our team's breadth of knowledge on different functions such as accounting, IT, estimating, human resources, procurement and supply chain.
Posted by Jackie Burns, Hays VP, on Thursday, Jan 28, 2016
Despite the downturn in oil & gas and mining, Canada still faces a serious shortage of skilled trades people – which could even be exacerbated by the downturn as international workers leave the country.
Canadian millwrights, mechanics, heavy-duty electricians, and other tradespeople will may have lots of opportunities available, but where are the best opportunities and what do you need to consider when weighing career options?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016
Your resume is the first and, often worryingly, one of the most neglected steps of the job search process. Many people just don’t know where to start, especially if embarking on a job search after a long time.
Updating your resume can often feel like a daunting task so use this simple guide to help make the process as effective as possible.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Monday, Jan 25, 2016
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Tuesday, Jan 19, 2016
Three-quarters of Canadian employers say they face at least moderate difficulty recruiting talent, and one in three say they face significant to extreme difficulty, according to the latest Hays salary guide. And those numbers are even higher in industries/functions such as IT, construction, and property.
What can you offer that will make you stand out from the crowd when attracting top talent?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Friday, Jan 15, 2016
Traditionally procurement and supply chain have been seen as a cost centre, a necessary function with the main goal of negotiating better contracts and finding the best vendors.However, procurement and supply chain interacts with all business units at a variety of levels and it is uniquely placed to find and assess services that will meet the company’s current needs, and anticipate future ones.