Interviewing candidates for a job is a bit of a dance: it requires some choreography on your end, and a willing candidate to jive with. Here are the dos, don’ts, and things to avoid during an interview.
Ready to make a splash this International Women’s Day? This blog outlines the challenges women face in the workplace and how to overcome them.
We’re dishing out essential tips for overcoming recruitment challenges to ensure you’re maximizing your hiring efforts.
This article examines COVID’s impact on Talent Acquisition and provide employers with tips on how to redefine their talent strategy in the current work landscape.
Employee happiness is one of the most crucial factors leading to a productive and efficient workplace. For this reason, it is crucial for employers to provide their employees with adequate benefit packages. In today’s competitive job market, strong employees are in high demand. Long gone are the days where prospective employees were only concerned with their base salary and potential bonus structure. Instead, employees are now concerned with unique benefit packages and perks that your company can offer. The following perks outlined below can assist your organization retain valuable employees and present an appealing benefit package to potential candidates.
While Canadian workplaces have become more diverse over the years, there is still more work to be done to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. In a survey conducted by Randstad, many of the respondents said they have experienced discrimination in the workplace. Among the participants, 26% were discriminated against based on age, 22% […]
What comes to mind when you think of Human Resources? There are many misconceptions that surround what an HR Professional actually does. As an HR Consulting firm, we have heard it all. One of the most prominent misconceptions is that a Human Resources Professional’s main objective is to recruit talent. Although this is an important […]
You’re highly articulate in complicated negotiations and seasoned in court. But, when your firm is hiring and you’re interviewing prospects, are you asking the right questions?
For a succession plan to work, the best people must be in place when new leadership is required to run the business. The time to hire those people is well before they’re actually needed to move into a key position.