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Posted Jackie Burns, VP Western Region, on Monday, Dec 1, 2014
With labor shortages in planning, operations and silvicultural positions, the Forestry industry faces a widening skill gap. Hays is seeing strong demand in the industry for candidates with five to ten years of experience who are looking to take on leadership positions within some of Canada’s leading forestry businesses.
How can companies position themselves as employers of choice for these ambitious, experienced professionals?
Posted By Jackie Burns, VP Western Region, on Friday, Nov 28, 2014
Demand for millwrights continues to climb across the country, especially in the Forestry industry, with national shortages affecting many sites.
In a candidate-tight, highly competitive market, companies need to focus not only on filling current talent needs, but on creating a talent pipeline to meet future requirements.
Posted by Chloe McGreal, Hays Associate Recruitment Consultant, on Friday, Nov 21, 2014
The average worker is expected to have between 7 and 12 careers over their lifetime - sound like a lot? Well the average Millennial is expected to have anywhere between 15-22 careers over their lifetime. Does it ever make you wonder how we can actually achieve anything in our professional lives when we are apparently hopping from one job to the next every 4 years?
Posted by Jackie Burns, VP Western Region, on Friday, Nov 7, 2014
Experienced, qualified tradespeople continue to be in high demand across Canada, but some market changes offer opportunities for employers.
As the mining industry cycles into a slow period many companies are putting mines on hold or temporarily closing. This leaves a number of qualified tradespeople such as millwrights and electricians available in the market.
Posted By Jackie Burns, VP Western Region, on Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014
As businesses become less siloed and hierarchical, companies need employees who understand the broader organization and market, rather than just having a deep understanding of their own department. This is just some of the insight you can find in our latest Connected newsletter, providing leading insights into the accounting & finance sector in Canada.