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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.
Posted By Jackie Burns, VP Western Region, on Thursday, Oct 9, 2014
The improving US housing market and other international trends are driving Canada’s forestry industry in a way not seen for almost 10 years, which is in turn driving demand for skilled tradespeople such as millwrights, heavy-duty mechanics and electricians. It’s a good time to be in forestry, but it also creates unique challenges for the industry.
Refer a Tradesperson and receive $150 gift voucher.
Posted By Rowan O'Grady, on Wednesday, Oct 1, 2014
This fall we are proud to celebrate that our Hays Vancouver team has been serving the BC labour market for 10 years and many would agree that living and working in the city has undergone some positive changes over this last decade.The office has grown alongside the backdrop of various economic conditions and we are proud to have placed close to 10,000 people in permanent and temporary roles across a variety of industries in BC in the last 10 years.
Posted By Jackie Burns, on Monday, Sep 22, 2014
September 21 to September 27 2014, marks this year's National Forest Week here in Canada. During this week, Canadians are encouraged to take part in learning about the country's forest heritage and to help build awareness about this valuable resource. Did you know, that in 2012 alone, Canada's Forestry sector provided direct employment for 224,410 people in highly skilled and well paid positions. Growing shortages in Canada's forestry sector is fuelling shortage in Canada's resources & mining industry.