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A Review of Hirings and Layoffs – May 2016

A review of the companies that have hired and laid off employees for the month of May 2016.


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Glassdoor Now in French and Internal Mobility at IKEA

Good news for Quebec and French-Canadian job seekers: Glassdoor.ca is now offering its services in French.


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Layoffs and Hirings – April 2016

Hirings and Layoffs - April 2016


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A Review of Hirings and Layoffs for March 2016

A review of the companies that have hired and laid off employees for the month of March 2016.  


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Review of Hirings and Layoffs – February 2016

A review of the companies that have hired and laid off employees during the month of February 2016.


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Jobillico’s up, LinkedIn’s down

Jobillico, the online recruitment site, announced on February 1 that it has raised $8 million in financing. The majority of these funds are from its new partner, Capital régional et coopératif Desjardins (CRCD), with the rest from private investors.


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Hirings and Layoffs for January 2016

A review of the companies that have hired and laid off employees during the month of January 2016.


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Variable Compensation: A Trend To Follow?

Variable compensation is part of a company's tools to meet the salary expectations of its employees. An overview of the approach that has recently been discussed in a Quebec HR Congress.


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A Review of Hirings and Layoffs for December 2015

An assessment of the companies that have hired and laid off employees during the month of December 2015.


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Recruitment: What Awaits Us In 2016

2016 is upon us, and great challenges await recruitment companies. There won’t be an emergence of new underlying trends, rather the new year will be a sort of continuation of what has been taking place in 2015.


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Do You Have an Expertise Transfer Plan?

With baby boomers retiring soon, we can expect mass departures in the coming years. Have you put a mechanism in place to preserve and pass on their expertise?


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Are You Helping Your Employees Grow Enough?

According to a study by the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling, only 30% of Canadian companies have a career management program. With a shortage in several sectors, it is still a good way to retain and nurture talent.


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