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Posted on Friday, Apr 24, 2015
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015
Office professionals do much more than the traditional filing and typing of 20 years ago. From data management to sales reporting, managing budgets to knowledge transfer - the expanded job description also means increased opportunities for career growth.
In honour of Administrative Professionals Day today, we look at how today's office professional can increase their career options and make the most of market demand.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015
As the economy improves, the available talent pool is shrinking and many Canadian employers are facing a talent crisis. Some sectors are more affected than others, including construction, IT, and forestry, with candidates such as estimators, software developers or skills tradespeople especially in demand.
As Canada’s economic recovery continues, how will the labour market change and what does it mean for workers and employers?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Monday, Apr 20, 2015
They’re the often overlooked force behind your company’s success. Over the last 10 years, the role of office administrators has evolved from the task-based job – filing, typing, ordering stationery – to a complex strategic role including data management, sales reporting, knowledge transfer and overall improving efficiency. Their capability and competence is what enables great companies to be more productive and to operate more efficiently.
Have you acknowledged their hard work recently?
Posted on Friday, Apr 17, 2015