Category: Career Development
Engineering is a field which has become increasingly driven by candidates over the last half-dozen years. The number of engineering jobs continues to grow; in fact, engineering was one of the most impressive sectors in terms of growth over the past year, due to the rebound of Canada’s manufacturing sector. Virtually all engineering specialities are … Read More »
Today our lead recruiter, Henry spoke with Stanley Leo (email@example.com), Immigration Lawyer with Lowe & Company (www.canadavisalaw.com) about changes that Service Canada recently made to the LMIA application process.
LMIA stands for Labour Market Impact Assessment and it is one of the main avenues used by employers seeking to obtain a Canadian work permit for a … Read More »
Last Tuesday, September 19, Alessia and I attended our second DisruptHR event where ideas, information, and experiences were beautifully shared in order to inspire and empower the audience. The speakers talked about diversity in the workplace, ways to improve the recruitment process and how to engage and motivate employees. The topics were diverse but in … Read More »
Traditionally, human resource professionals have focused their efforts on the career trajectory of the individual employee, whether it’s in the recruitment phase, performance assessment or development. Now that approach to organizational structure is undergoing a big sea change according to some new research by Deloitte. Organizations are experiencing a movement away from functional structures and … Read More »
The so-called “gig economy” has been in the news a lot. The rise of short-term contracts (freelancers, consultants, contractors) in the work landscape has been facilitated by technological advances and freelancer websites proliferating on the internet. The software company Intuit believes that as much as 45% of Canadians will be self-employed by 2020 and has … Read More »