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Category: Recruitment

Surprise Visit to My Home Town Area

Posted on July 26th, by Alessia Pagliaroli in Just For Fun, Recruitment. Comments Off on Surprise Visit to My Home Town Area

“I had a nice surprise when a candidate I interviewed went on a bicycling trip to Italy and sent me photos he took from my home town area!  Brian had a great time as you can see from these photos of Monte Cassino! If I had known that he would be there I could have … Read More »

Hiring In The Summer

Posted on July 13th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, HR Management, Human Resources, Job Search, Recruitment. Comments Off on Hiring In The Summer

Summer often brings a tide of events to the workplace, including social gatherings, vacations, performance reviews, and sometimes a transition in employee allocation. For employers, the need for a new hire during the summertime is a challenge that affects the whole team and one which must be evaluated from many angles.

The Challenges of Summer Hiring

During summertime, most employed … Read More »

Farewell to Isabell, German Intern with Goldbeck Recruiting Inc.

Posted on July 8th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News, Just For Fun, Recruitment. Comments Off on Farewell to Isabell, German Intern with Goldbeck Recruiting Inc.

Today is the last day for our German Intern, Isabell Angene.  She was one of 3 German interns from Hochschule der Bundesagentur fuer Arbeit, University of Applied Labour Studies, to do a 5-week internship with Goldbeck Recruiting Inc.  Thank you Isabell for your help and filling our office with the pleasant sound of your German … Read More »

The Costs of Hiring the Wrong B2B Sales Person

Posted on June 28th, by Henry Goldbeck in Henry Goldbeck, HR Management, Human Resources, Recruitment, Sales & Marketing. Comments Off on The Costs of Hiring the Wrong B2B Sales Person

Examining the costs of hiring the wrong B2B Sales person can be a little like peeling the layers of an onion, as one looks at intangible costs, cost of missed opportunities and actual hard costs.  Actual costs are easier to measure and include things like hiring costs, base compensation and incentives, training costs, projected lost … Read More »

Fort McMurray Reconstruction

Posted on June 22nd, by Kevin Leh in Engineering, Kevin Leh, Recruitment. Comments Off on Fort McMurray Reconstruction

Fort McMurray will enter uncharted territory when it starts reconstructing houses and businesses destroyed by last month’s wildfire. The fire forced the evacuation of 94,000 people, shut down half of the region’s oil production and destroyed 2,400 homes and businesses. Rebuilding Fort McMurray will need to be a coordinated approach between construction companies, insurance companies, … Read More »