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Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Head of Hays Talent Solutions – Canada on Monday, Jun 12, 2017
Your contingent workforce is more agile, timely, and can be more
cost sensitive, but it also increases your company’s overall risk –
and low visibility on these workers can cause compliance and
Reducing risks, controlling costs and improving visibility.
Are you realizing the true potential of the growing flexible workforce?
Posted on Friday, Jun 9, 2017
What does Thomas Sin from Temenos look for when he's hiring? Find out how to make your resume stand out - and what interview mistake he hates to see.
Posted by Andy Robling, Vice President of Client Development, Hays Canada on Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017
Prospecting new clients is a must if you want to grow your business. For the past 25 years working in sales and the last two years as the VP of Client Development at Hays, this is a regular task for me and for my team, and we keep working together to improve our performance. Last year, Sean Byrne, Key Account Manager in our Toronto office, closed a deal with a major client after a prospecting call and was rewarded with a trip for two to New York.
Posted on Friday, Jun 2, 2017
Posted on Monday, May 15, 2017
According to the recent Hays Gender Diversity survey, Canadian women are equally ambitious to men, but are 27 per cent more likely than men to be dissatisfied with their current seniority, and 26 per cent less likely to say they are able to promote themselves at work.
Respondents reported 86 per cent of organization heads are men, as are 72 per cent of line managers. How can Canadian organizations improve gender balance in leadership, and find policies to help retain all top talent?