Talent At Work: Recruitment and Career Blog

Category: Career

Are These Job Seekers Stupid or Lazy?

Posted on September 13th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Job Search. Comments Off on Are These Job Seekers Stupid or Lazy?

I can’t decide whether these job seekers are stupid or lazy or both?

As an employee at a recruitment firm, I get emails from job applicants. I don’t recruit, my name is NOT affiliated with any job opportunities on our website, nor do I pretend to hire for a position, yet I still get applications. I try my … Read More »

Bringing A Sense of Adventure Back Into Your Work

Posted on August 29th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development. Comments Off on Bringing A Sense of Adventure Back Into Your Work

Every year right before school starts, I get school days nostalgia, especially, when I’m being inundated with back to school ads and news segments.  Then immediately after, I get a feeling of grief when I remember summer is almost over.

The last days of summer  used to be filled with eager anticipation. That perhaps there were … Read More »

2 Minutes to a Happier You

Posted on July 30th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development. Comments Off on 2 Minutes to a Happier You

Next time you need a pick-me-up, try one of these little instant mood-lifting tricks

Little Ways to Lift Your Mood
Add a few of these instant get-happy tricks to your arsenal, so you can whip them out whenever you need a burst of bliss.

Experts say you won’t find true joy in a paycheck or miracle wrinkle-remover. According … Read More »

How Pinterest can double your sales

Posted on July 24th, by Lougie in Leadership. Comments Off on How Pinterest can double your sales

By now, most of you have probably heard of Pinterest. But still you are debating whether it is really worth it or is it another social media time suck. According to Shareaholic, Pinterest referral rate is 3.6%. PR Daily reported that in the month of January, Pinterest had over 11 million unique visitors. Shopify reported … Read More »

The Leader’s Most Critical Role

Posted on June 11th, by Lougie in HR Management, Job Search, Leadership, Recruitment. Comments Off on The Leader’s Most Critical Role

The Leader’s most critical role.

Jim Brown

According to Statistics Canada, the Canadian economy produces an average of 100,000 new small businesses each year.  A small business is defined as one with 5-100 employees.  Stats Can also reports that 85,000 small businesses fail each year.  That’s a pretty significant attrition rate.  And as almost half of all … Read More »