Talent Recruitment

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When one thinks of job interviews, most people envision a candidate trying their best to impress a prospective employer. But recent shifts in the Canadian economy have turned the tables.
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David Perry and Anita Martel may be in the head-hunting business, but the title of “executive recruiter” is a poor fit.
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Ottawa’s hot economy continues to add jobs month after month, leading to the region’s tightest labour market in a generation.
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For decades, it was widely assumed by most organizations that the process of onboarding new, younger hires largely involved a one-way transfer of knowledge.
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Interviews are the most critical – and stressful parts – of the job-hunting process.
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While the promise of a new employment opportunity can be exciting, it doesn’t make the job hunting process any less daunting.
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Recruiter. For some professionals, it can be a dirty word.
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What to consider when deciding whether to bring an expert into the hiring process
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The local recruitment firm focuses solely on finance, accounting and payroll positions in the Ottawa area.
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There’s a talent shortage out there.