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Canadian Employers Gain Easier Access To Global Talent

Posted on August 11th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, In The Media, Job Search, Leadership, Recruitment. Comments Off on Canadian Employers Gain Easier Access To Global Talent

Over the past few years, Canadian employers have lamented the onerous bureaucratic process associated with bringing foreign management staff to Canada. Recently, however, the federal government introduced a two-year pilot visa program –the Global Talent Stream(GTS) – as part of its Global Skills Strategy. The GTS allows certain types of workers to be granted a … Read More »


Watch Henry Goldbeck On CBC’s show “On The Money” With Peter Armstrong Tonight at 4pm PST / 7pm EST

Posted on May 29th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News, In The Media. Comments Off on Watch Henry Goldbeck On CBC’s show “On The Money” With Peter Armstrong Tonight at 4pm PST / 7pm EST

Peter Armstrong hosts a show called “On The Money” on CBC. Henry Goldbeck, President of Goldbeck Recruiting, has been invited to be a guest speaker on the show airing tonight on CBC at 4 pm PST / 7 pm EST.

They will be discussing the Conference Board of Canada’s forecast that Alberta will lead Canada’s economic … Read More »

If You Build It, They Will Come. Partially

Posted on May 4th, by Henry Goldbeck in Engineering, In The Media. Comments Off on If You Build It, They Will Come. Partially

Executive orders and the new proposed Dakota and Keystone pipelines make for good political sound bites. But what is their real impact on engineering jobs and the economy as a whole?

After about eight years of political wrangling, environmental concerns and opposition at the state level, the final approvals for both the Keystone XL Pipeline and … Read More »

“Projected Wage Growth for 2016 Canadian Construction Industry”

Posted on September 14th, by Kevin Leh in Career Development, Engineering, Industry Resources, Infographic, Kevin Leh, Recruitment. Comments Off on “Projected Wage Growth for 2016 Canadian Construction Industry”

The projected wage growth in Canada’s 2016 construction industry is marginal. The reduction in Canada’s oil production and the cancellation of many capital projects inevitably leaves construction wage growth at a standstill. There now exists a 94% correlation between the Canadian Dollar and oil prices, as Canada’s Loonie has chased oil prices extremely closely over … Read More »