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Manufacturing Trends: The Future of IoT and Career Growth in 2019

The manufacturing world continues to change and grow as we adapt to a technological and automated world.  Over the last few years employers within this sector have been reducing labour costs and have moved towards a better future with Automation which is nothing new. In the last few years, machines and robots have allowed the…

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A Look at IT in 2019: Trends, Growth & Careers

The world of IT is ever evolving, and this is apparent within the job market as well. This rapid evolution has led to an immense increase in the number of jobs which has, in turn, earned Canada’s tech sector the title of the fastest growing industry in the country. Furthermore, Toronto recently beat out Silicon…

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How to Win Over a Candidate

Right now, we are very much in a talent-driven market, one where many companies are competing for the same talented candidates. So how do you set your company apart and win over the candidate you really like? Here are 5 tips that will set you apart.   1. Be prepared Unless you get pulled into…

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Top 10 Tips for Interviewing

January is often a time for new beginnings, perhaps one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to find a new job. I figured now would be a good time to write the top 10 tips I found to help with an interview.   These are tips that I learned in the past years as a…

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Dissecting a Recruitment Consultant

Depicting the benefits of partnering with a Recruitment Consultant Somebody once told me that there are four major events that could change our lives drastically, they are; Getting married, having a baby, moving to a different city/country and getting a new job! A significant portion of this article will focus on how one’s life could…

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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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DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS

Update on Canada: out of intensive care – but not out of the hospital

Posted on Wednesday August 12, 2020

In our last update, we were holding our breath as we attempted to gauge the impact of efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 on the global economy, in general, and on domestic economic activity more specifically. Global outlook — cautiously optimistic With the easing of lockdowns in most countries and despite persisting COVID-19 incidences […]

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Federal contribution boosts Peel affordable housing plan

Posted on Wednesday August 12, 2020

MISSISSAUGA, ONT. — The Region of Peel has received a $276.4 million allocation from the federal government to help create 2,240 new affordable housing units and shelter beds by 2028. The funding was provided through the federal National Housing Co-Investment Fund. In 2019, Peel Regional Council endorsed a total of $1 billion of funding to […]

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ORBA unveils August line-up for webinar series

Posted on Wednesday August 12, 2020

MISSISSAUGA, ONT. — The Ontario Road Builders’ Association (ORBA) is launching a new webinar series this month, ORBA Webinars, covering issues on a variety of topics. The first webinar of the series, taking place tomorrow (Aug. 13) from 12 to 1 p.m., is entitled Leveraging Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in Times of Crisis. […]

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