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Google, the best place to work in Canada and the world

Great Place to Work 2014 sets an international ranking of companies where it’s good to work. It lists the organizations that offer the best conditions to their employees. Close-up view on the classification of Canadian companies.


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Competitiveness: Canada lags behind in the digital ranks

Canadian companies have been too slow in adopting digital technologies. The consequence: according to the Internet Association, the country’s competitiveness in this field is being questioned and they are urging the Canadian government and companies to respond.  


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Jobboard Finder arrives in America

A few months after its launch in Europe, the French site Jobboard Finder is now available on this side of the Atlantic. Boasting to be “the biggest online job board encyclopaedia,” it allows recruiters to select the best platforms to reach candidates.


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Obstacles facing foreign workers: language and Canadian experience

While the government has made recognition of foreign credentials one of its priorities, newcomers must face "major obstacles" in order to find a job. This is the case even if their skills are officially recognized.


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Salary increases: The energy sector is still the leader

The energy sector dominates again this year in current and projected salary increases. This is according to the 2014-2015 Canadian Compensation Planning Survey including responses from almost 700 employers. Alberta and Saskatchewan reported the highest increases...


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Innovative recruitment methods

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn... Some businesses use innovative methods of recruitment, such as the American company Zappos, which encourages candidates to network with the company’s current employees via social media sites. But is it effective? 


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How to attract and retain employees: a challenge for companies globally

Two surveys conducted by Towers Watson reveal that businesses struggle to attract and retain employees, especially top performers and high-potential employees. The main issues are that companies do not meet candidates’ and employees’ needs for job security, nor is there confidence in senior leadership.


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Global growth expected to slow through 2060

In a new study from the OECD titled “Shifting Gear: Policy Challenges for the Next 50 Years”, we learn that ageing of the population, the decline in immigration and climate change are likely to slow the rate of global growth.


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Who are the most socially responsible companies in Canada?

Environmental initiatives, impact on the local community, treatment of employees, supply chain management, etc. Based on various indicators, Sustainalytics, a global agency for research and analysis of sustainable development, has just published the ranking of the 50 best-performing companies on social responsibility in Canada.


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Job sharing: a cure to high turnover rates?

The phenomenon of job sharing is a solution that provides flexibility to employees wishing to spend more time with their families... It even improves employee retention. An overview.  


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Workopolis launches a recruitment service

Beginning at the end of May, Workopolis is offering a new service called Scout to facilitate the work of recruitment and relieve personnel departments from the stress inherent in selecting candidates.


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The art of the hackathon Ready or not, hackathon!

Hackathons are increasingly popular, notably for recruiting the sharp young minds in the information technology industry. But how does one organize a hackaton that will yield results?


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