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Helpful Tips For Stay-At-Home Mom’s Re-entering The Workplace

Posted on May 16th, by Jessica Miles in Interviewing Advice, Job Search. Comments Off on Helpful Tips For Stay-At-Home Mom’s Re-entering The Workplace

Transparency – make it easy for potential employers to know that you were off work for parenting reasons. We all were brought into this world by our mom’s and employers should understand the realities of parenting.
Confidence – maintain confidence that your skills do not lose their value even though you have been out of the “paid … Read More »

Resume Writing Tips

Posted on April 27th, by Henry Goldbeck in Resume Writing. Comments Off on Resume Writing Tips

Congratulations to Henry Goldbeck for being featured in the latest article “5 Common Mistakes Job Seekers Make When Writing a Resume” on the Resumes by Matt blog.

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Congratulations To Henry Goldbeck For Being Featured In Glassdoor’s Latest Article

Posted on April 17th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News. Comments Off on Congratulations To Henry Goldbeck For Being Featured In Glassdoor’s Latest Article

Congratulations to Henry Goldbeck for being featured in Glassdoor’s latest article “12 Sneaky Questions You Can Ask To Uncover Company Culture“.

 

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How to Follow-Up After You Didn’t Get the Job

Posted on March 9th, by Henry Goldbeck in Interviewing Advice, Job Search. Comments Off on How to Follow-Up After You Didn’t Get the Job

There are few things more discouraging than a phone call or email advising, “Sorry, you didn’t get the job”.  It especially stings if you felt you performed well in the interview and it was for a job you really wanted.

So, what went wrong? You don’t have to wonder. In fact, we recommend you follow up … Read More »

How to Hire Internationally Trained Workers (ITW)

Posted on March 1st, by Henry Goldbeck in Working Internationally. Comments Off on How to Hire Internationally Trained Workers (ITW)

The main driver, arguably, of the Canadian economy is its labour force. Canadian workers fuel industry, services, IT, resource development and especially help small businesses thrive in a sometimes, volatile market environment. But the landscape is changing. As the population ages, and demographics change and grow, the pool from which businesses can hire domestic labour … Read More »