Category: Working Internationally
Certainty is something that we are all naturally attracted to. For foreign workers in the US, and their families, the process of renewing visas is stressful, time consuming and fraught with uncertainty. It’s little surprise then that many companies are now supporting their workers in a move to Canada, where the path to citizenship is … Read More »
The new pan-North American trade agreement has arrived, under it’s new name “U.S.M.C.A” or United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement. We take a look at the headlines from across the spectrum, as well as some interesting op-eds on the subject.
Full Agreement Text
Office of the United States Trade Representative: Full text here
CBC: Trump, Trudeau … Read More »
Finding talented and experienced candidates from scratch can be an arduous process taking potentially hundreds of hours. You must research, contact and persuade candidates to consider your opportunity, all of which are primary functions and skills of a professional recruitment agency. We feel that although there are many reasons someone may come to a recruiter for their … Read More »
As a company expands globally, they are faced with significant challenges in establishing operations in new jurisdictions. Whether setting up a complete bricks and mortar office or a network of remote staff building business on your behalf, there are several considerations we look at in this article. As your business looks to expand, you can … Read More »
Myself and another of our senior recruiters, Karen Epp, recently attended the forum Hacking HR. This forum brings together professionals for collaboration, networking and discussion about how HR and technology can come together to create the workplace of the future.
The discussion offered insight into rapid development of technology and the need for HR methods and … Read More »