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Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Friday, Oct 23, 2015
Like most industries, the recruitment sector is exposed to security threats. We’ve seen an increase in cases around the world in scam artists trying to take advantage of job seekers as a result of people not being properly aware of the industry’s protocol and processes.
How can you protect yourself from scams?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Monday, Oct 19, 2015
Elections can be nail-biting events for employers and business leaders, but preliminary results from the Hays 2016 Salary Guide survey show employers don’t think the election results will change their business activity or hiring plans – with the exception of one province.
How much impact could a change in government have on your province’s labour market?
Posted on Thursday, Oct 15, 2015
Posted on Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015
As the youngest candidate for Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau is getting a lot of attention about his age - positive and negative. We'll have to see whether Canadian voters think he's the right man for the job, but either way he has set himself apart as an engaged, enthusiastic potential leader. How can you do the same?
Is age just a number in the workplace? Follow these steps to become a successful young leader.
Posted by Jim Fearon, Hays VP, on Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015
A recent report finds that federal and provincial funding for infrastructure could boost construction activity nationwide, creating thousands of new jobs. But with Canada's construction labour market stretched thin, where would those workers come from - and what are the opportunities for current construction professionals?