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Posted Kimball Norup, SVP Head of Growth, Hays Talent Solutions Americas on Monday, Apr 30, 2018
As you examine the performance of your contingent workforce managed service program it’s important to know exactly what it is you should be measuring and the factors that drive a successful program. It is very common for organizations to make the mistake of evaluating their contingent workforce program based solely on cost savings and speed, but in today’s era of talent scarcity those metrics only tell part of the story.
Posted on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018
Posted Louisa Benedicto, VP Hays Canada on Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018
LinkedIn is one of the best ways to establish your professional identity, grow your network, and exchange insights and opportunities with other professionals. It’s a living, breathing CV, available online to colleagues and potential employers. And it’s the best way to tell people quickly and concisely who you are and why they want to work with you.
Posted on Thursday, Mar 22, 2018
IT professionals remain some of the most in-demand candidates in Canada, especially those with expertise in development, security, cloud computing, or big data. This means a chance to explore new roles in new cities across the country.
It’s never been a better time to explore where in Canada is best for you.
Posted Jim Fearon, VP Hays Canada on Monday, Mar 12, 2018
It’s inevitable. At some point during a hiring interview,
you’re going to be asked to talk about your resume
– to bring that document to life. But your resume doesn’t have to cover your entire life’s story. Your answer shouldn’t either.