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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.

WHAT DO CANADIAN PROFESSIONALS WANT?

Posted By Rowan O'Grady, President, Hays Canada on Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013

Hays Wants Guide InfographicI am pleased to announce that we have just launched a Hays exclusive interactive search tool, derived from our 2013 What People Want Guide. Here you can drill down deeper into key industries and sectors and learn more about what is most important to professionals today, when it comes to accepting a job offer or staying with a company.

Use this new Hays exclusive search tool as aid to assist you in developing attractive and strategic recruitment plans that will help you find the right person for your business.

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Participate in our 2014 Salary Guide Survey

Posted By Rowan O'Grady, President, Hays Canada on Monday, Oct 21, 2013

Salary Guide - Money logo - representing Hays Salary Guide and Centre onlineLast call to take part in the Hays 2014 Salary Guide. To ensure you receive your free copy in January 2014, please complete the survey before Friday October 25th.

Last year we distributed over 3000 guides across the country. Don't miss out into contributing to this growing national publication; complete this short survey.

We thank everyone for their participation.

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Retention: do you have a competitive strategy?

Posted By Rowan O'Grady, President, Hays Canada, on Friday, Oct 11, 2013

Hays Insight - What People Want Infographic_1Did you know that as soon as someone starts a new job, the items that attracted them to the new role or company in the first place, instantly change in terms of importance. So what factors change? What is most important to Canadians and how can you use this information for an effective retention strategy? Read more about our 2013 What People Wants Guide.


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Hays October Seminars

Posted By Rowan O'Grady, President, Hays Canada, on Wednesday, Oct 9, 2013

Hays is launching our new 'What People Wants Guide' in both Toronto and Vancouver.

Learn more about these events here and gain valuable insight into why professionals choose to stay with a company or accept a new job offer.

You may think compensation is the number one factor in terms of importance to professionals, but it's surprisingly not. Professionals today are willing to take a pay cut for the right job with their ideal benefits, career growth potential and company culture. 

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Why Hays, your recruitment experts

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, President, Hays Canada, on Tuesday, Oct 8, 2013

Welcome tHays 3D H - Hays classic H, representing Hays specialist recruitmento Hays Canada’s inaugural blog post. Our blog is intended to give employers and job seekers the latest job market insight and recruitment advice needed to find the right candidate for your role or the right job for your career. The job market is ever-changing and today it’s very competitive across a wide range of industries and sectors for both employers and job seekers.

Read more about Hays and how we can help you with your recruitment and job seeking needs.

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