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The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It, and Why It Matters

Two experts explore what counts in creating a workplace where employees feel good and give the best of themselves.


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Immigrants as Innovators: Boosting Canada’s Global Competitiveness

A Conference Board of Canada report titled “Immigrants as Innovators: Boosting Canada’s Global Competitiveness,” studies the link between immigration and innovation.


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New French survival guide for online recruiting

Émilie Pelletier and Didier Dubois have written a guide to help human resources professionals understand and use new Web 2.0 tools.


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The road to inclusion: Integrating people with disabilities into the workplace

Deloitte Canada has published a white paper in early July devoted to the issue of integrating people with disabilities into the workplace.


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The One-Week Job Project, by Sean Aiken

Think about it: changing jobs every week for a whole year! That’s what Sean Aiken did from February 2007 to March 2008 when he graduated from college !!!


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Orientation for New Workers

The Orientation for New Workers guide, recently published by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, is useful for both young workers and employers in their workplace-training programs...


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Recruiting with Social Networking Sites: What you DO know can hurt you

  More and more recruiters and employers use social networking sites. In this handy white paper the authors point out the risk of lawsuits employers are exposing themselves to with such practices.


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Talkin’ About My Generation: Managing Generation Y

My generation is starting to realize the importance of making a career choice that suits our skill set while at the same time matches our personality, values, and passions.


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Working with You Is Killing Me

Working with You Is Killing Me The corporate world is well organized. Everyone has a role to play and all work toward achieving well-defined objectives: increasing sales, enhancing the margin, improving productivity, etc. Yet companies are above all made up of men and women who continually live and experience strong emotions


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How NOT to get a job

The following thread of emails is an exchange between a job applicant and a potential employer, Mike Platts. This is one of the best examples ever of how NOT go about it. It’s sort of hard to believe that this is real. But it is…


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Rejected application

The computer virus Yamanner appeared on June 12th,and attacking Yahoo users email service seemed to be the work of a candidate try to get noticed in order to obtain a job in a software company. Here is their application letter…


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“Finally the boomers kick the bucket”

In Quebec, as in a number of countries, the baby boomers have imposed their vision and their way of doing things onto society for a good forty years. But this situation is about to change as retirement age comes knocking…


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