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Large or Small Businesses: Who Have the Higher Health Scores?

Posted on January 9th, by Alessia Pagliaroli in HR Management, Leadership, Recruitment, Workplace Wellness. Comments Off on Large or Small Businesses: Who Have the Higher Health Scores?

As the calendar turns over to a new year and people engage in their annual re-commitment to self-care, it’s important not to overlook the impact of mental health upon overall well-being. Companies are increasingly understanding their role in the psychological health of their employees, and recognizing the benefits of a happy, healthy workforce. Different companies, … Read More »

Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady at 1.75%: How is the job market performing?

Posted on December 5th, by Karen Epp in Recruitment. Comments Off on Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady at 1.75%: How is the job market performing?

Earlier this morning, the Bank of Canada released its target for interest rates, keeping it the same at 1.75%. As this is the target, the actual rates are a quarter point on either side – the Bank Rate is 2 per cent and the deposit rate is 1 ½ per cent.[1] There are two main drivers … Read More »

Goldbeck Recruiting Inc. Announces The Launch of its “Money-Back Pledge”

Posted on December 5th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News, Recruitment. Comments Off on Goldbeck Recruiting Inc. Announces The Launch of its “Money-Back Pledge”

Goldbeck Recruiting Inc. Announces The Launch of its “Money-Back Pledge”

NEWS RELEASE – VANCOUVER, BC CANADA – Dec 5, 2018 – Goldbeck Recruiting Inc., one of Vancouver’s leading recruitment companies has announced the launch of a “Money-Back Pledge” program.   Goldbeck has been providing contingency recruitment for clients since 1997 and has always stood by their “6-month … Read More »

Ten Ways to Make a Lunch Break Work for You

Posted on November 30th, by Julia Sustakova in Recruitment. Comments Off on Ten Ways to Make a Lunch Break Work for You

We’ve all heard it, and perhaps even said it, “I wish there were more hours in the day.” Eight hours (or more) to work, eight more (ideally) to sleep, throw in some coming and going, and time becomes a precious commodity. Alas, right there in the middle of the day sits a perfectly good chunk … Read More »

Hazy Understanding: HR Implications of Legalized Cannabis in Canada

Posted on November 21st, by Jessica Miles in Recruitment. Comments Off on Hazy Understanding: HR Implications of Legalized Cannabis in Canada

Cannabis and its related products have been banned substances in Canada since 1923, but after medicinal use was legalized in 2001, the country moved this year to also legalize (and tax) its recreational use. On October 17, Canada became the first G7 and G20 country to legalize cannabis [1]. While other countries such as the … Read More »