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True lies

“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche I have been in recruitment for going on sixteen years and I have always lived by the axiom that ’I believe what you tell me’. Fortunately, for the most part, I have dealt with straight…

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The benefits of having a project list (it’s your interview cheat sheet!)

I wish I knew the things I do now when I was looking for an IT job.  Years ago, I was a C++ developer who was horrific at interviewing.  I didn’t know how to prepare for an interview and had no idea how to give concrete examples to showcase all of my previous work.  If…

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How a specialist recruiter adds value

If you’re planning a new hire, or simply want to see who’s looking for a job out there, try bringing a specialist recruitment firm on board. A specialist recruitment firm provides staffing solutions to companies from particular industries. Compared to a generalist recruiter, a specialist knows your industry and understands its particular human resource demands…

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PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions appoints Walter Sima as Vice President, IT Solutions

PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions announced today that it has appointed Walter Sima as Vice President, IT Solutions. At PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions, a leading Canadian specialist recruitment firm working across North America, Sima will apply his extensive client development and leadership experience to expand PMC’s reach in delivering efficient and effective recruitment solutions to a…

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Ontario Building Trades hear election pitches from Wynne and Horwath

Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

With next year's provincial election top of mind among speakers throughout the recent convention of the Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario, Premier Kathleen Wynne was accorded two standing ovations from convention delegates while the leader who sits atop the polls, Patrick Brown of the Progressive Conservatives, was not in attendance.