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Posted on Friday, Sep 15, 2017
Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Thursday, Aug 3, 2017
As your business grows, so too will your need for talented new team members to take it into the future. We talked to our expert consultants to find out their top tips on hiring to create a document you can refer to any time you need to hire.
Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Thursday, Jul 13, 2017
A job ad is the first interaction most candidates have with your company, but most are not well-written, and focus more on what a company wants from a candidate, rather than what the company has to offer as an employer.
Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Tuesday, Jul 11, 2017
So you have a vacancy to fill, a shortlist of applicants who are mid-way through the interview process, and you want to get this right. There is one candidate in particular who stands out and you have a gut feel swaying you towards them, but hiring them would be risky. Whether it’s a gap on their CV or the fact that they don’t have enough industry experience, something is stopping you from making that offer.
Posted on Friday, Jun 30, 2017
The next generation – born from the late 90s onwards – are just starting to enter the workforce. So far they’re largely in part time retail and hospitality jobs, but you may also be seeing them at university career fairs, or in your latest crop of co-ops and internships. In the next two to five years they’ll be your entry-level and junior hires.
What do you need to know about this generation to make sure they’re ready when you need them?