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St. Valentine’s Day at the office

Close to 20% of Canadians have had an office romance. Often kept under wraps, these idylls sometimes result in happy endings...


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Office party gift idea: The Cubes

The Cubes, play sets for adult: build your miniature corporate world where YOU are the boss...


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A recruiter’s one-woman show

Manager of business relations at Adecco six years ago, today Julie Caron has a promising comedy career and has just launched her first one-woman show. A colourful figure, she shares with us how her dream became reality.


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Is your boss driving you up the wall? Can’t stand your co-workers?

Is your boss driving you up the wall? Can't stand your co-workers? Just been humiliated by a customer? Get it out of your system: practise voodoo!


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Controlling recruiting costs: Charging applicants to interview

It would seem that the job of flight attendant makes one dream—to the point of actually being able to charge applicants an interviewing fee. That's the conclusion reached by Jetstar Airways, the low-cost subsidiary of Qantas Airways, the national Australian airline.


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Australian secret service in full recruitment campaign

You would have thought that for recruiting secret agents, the direct approach would be te most appropriate. Well it seems that this is not the case for the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation


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Canadians delay their retirement for as long as possible

According to the AXA survey “Barometer Centered Retirement”, carried out in 11 countries involving 6 915 people, it is in Canada that seniors are among the most active! (14% of those surveyed)


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Recruiting reaches new heights

In Japan, a country with very highexpectations from its employees, an online textile retailer last month carriedout an unusual form of recruiting that reached new heights, literally as wellas figuratively.


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Are interview anti-drug controls beckoning on the horizon?

Are interview anti-drug controls beckoning on the horizon?


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Detect candidate’s lies during interviews

A pocket lie detector Have you ever dreamed of being able to detect candidate’s


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The reverse job fair is an initiative from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

The reverse job fair – an “upside-down” concept


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