On November 11th, take time to remember the sacrifices of the heroic people who fought and served on Canada’s behalf. They served to ensure that Canadians could live in peace and harmony in this beautiful country we call home. Let’s pause and reflect on the moving, heartfelt poem by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, a Canadian surgeon
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on everything that we’re grateful for; all that sustains, nourishes, and supports us. Thanksgiving brings us homes decorated with warm autumnal accents and hearty food, but this holiday also offers an amazing opportunity to spend time with the people who make our lives special. Maybe your celebration resembles a
Are you ready to climb the corporate ladder at your current company? This little secret could help you achieve that promotion using the PIE formula. Hard work and being a top performer alone will not progress you forward in your career. There are other key elements as well. The three factors in determining your career success
The purpose of a resume is to secure an interview. The purpose of an interview is to secure an offer. The purpose of an offer is to secure a new job. Today, I will write about part one of this equation, “How to be selected and secure an interview?” With my combined 17 years of
As we approach the sunset of 2022, it allows us to plan and prepare for the upcoming 2023 recruiting trends. A recent study conducted by Global Recruitment Insights & Data surveyed 2000+ workers. One key finding was the candidate’s preferred method of communication throughout the talent lifecycle. The results are as follows: Communication Preferences: Choosing
A current cultural phenomenon is called Quiet Quitting and it is taking social media by storm. It is extremely controversial, from workers to corporate consultants, CEOs, news media outlets, labour rights advocates voicing their opinions. The term Quiet Quitting was first established in 2009, however it has resurged in popularity due to several viral videos on Tik Tok.
Ontario’s Right to Disconnect legislation went into effect June 2, 2022. This is part of Ontario’s Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021 which requires employers with 25 or more employees to develop a written policy for staff regarding disconnecting from work. “Disconnecting from Work” is defined as not engaging in work-related communications, including emails, telephone