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Our Internship as Recruiters at Goldbeck Recruiting

Posted on May 22nd, by Goldbeck Recruiting in Company News, Recruitment. Comments Off on Our Internship as Recruiters at Goldbeck Recruiting

We are two German students, Maren Wandtke and Louisa Lichte, who are doing a six-week internship here at Goldbeck Recruiting in Vancouver. In Germany, we are studying Labour Market Management at the University of Applied Labour Studies of the Federal Employment Agency in Mannheim.

The bachelor programme combines scientific education and professional experience. It is called … Read More »


Is Your Industrial Sales Recruitment a Challenge? Three Hard-Nosed Ways To Qualify Candidates with Transferable Skills

Posted on April 24th, by Henry Goldbeck in Engineering, Henry Goldbeck, Recruitment, Sales & Marketing. Comments Off on Is Your Industrial Sales Recruitment a Challenge? Three Hard-Nosed Ways To Qualify Candidates with Transferable Skills

When the talent pool in your very specialized field is narrow, recruiting industrial salespeople can be a challenge. One strategy that’s not always used – but can be wildly effective – is to look for people in complementary industries with transferable skills. Here’s how to assess them.


Henry Goldbeck was on The Bill Good Show talking about Jobs in BC. If You Missed It, Here’s the Recording.

Posted on April 9th, by Henry Goldbeck in Recruitment. Comments Off on Henry Goldbeck was on The Bill Good Show talking about Jobs in BC. If You Missed It, Here’s the Recording.

Henry Goldbeck joined a panel of recruiters, including Feras Elkahil of WPCG and Jeremy Tiffin of Horizon Recruitment, to talk about #PuttingBCtoWork.

(Can’t play the recording? Click here for another version on SoundCloud.)

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Glaring Stats on Seniors: Challenge or Opportunity?

Posted on February 5th, by Henry Goldbeck in Healthcare, Recruitment, Ria Inducil. Comments Off on Glaring Stats on Seniors: Challenge or Opportunity?

Senior Care Industry Experts Warns of Skill Shortages: When Demands will exceed Healthcare Workers
By 2021 approximately 18.5% of the population would be over the age of 65. To meet the aging population’s needs, Senior Care Facilities have and will continue to see a boom. While today’s seniors are more active than ever before, Canada’s aging population creates a challenge. An understanding of the health and social services models, providers and investments needed to meet the future demands from this aging population, is essential.


Vancouver Still a Desirable City to Work Despite Housing Prices

Posted on January 29th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search, Recruitment. Comments Off on Vancouver Still a Desirable City to Work Despite Housing Prices

With the climbing housing prices and the stagnant salary and job growth, Vancouver’s desirability is being questioned. According to Demographia’s annual survey of 360 housing markets in nine western countries Vancouver ranks second in having the least affordable housing.
Despite the expensive housing prices, job seekers rated Vancouver as one of the most desirable cities in Canada to relocate to.