3 Ways You Should (and Shouldn’t) Handle a Job Interview Mistake

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Everyone is nervous in job interviews. Interviewers are aware of this and they do make allowances if you are open and honest. So don’t panic if you make a mistake. There are several ways to recover. Here are just three. Act Quickly If you realize your mistake during the course of the interview, correct it… Read more »

AODA – Is Your Company Prepared for Jan. 1, 2016?

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It’s coming! Just weeks from now the Employment Standard to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) will take effect and employers with 50 or more employees had better be ready to take action. Most of the regulations are straightforward and easy to understand, but by being aware of these standards and communicating… Read more »

Unemployed in Ontario? Here Are 4 Tips to Help You Find a Position

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Unemployment rates in Ontario continue to rise, with the latest numbers at 7.1 percent. This comes on the heels of oil price collapses, which slashed jobs in that sector, and ongoing downsizing in corporations throughout the region. The only job increases came in part-time employment and self-employment as people scramble to make ends meet. If… Read more »

Ontario’s Pension Decisions: What They Mean for Your Business

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In one of his first acts as Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau has agreed to work with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne as she implements a new pension plan throughout the province. This is a reversal from the stand taken by former PM Stephen Harper and his government, which refused to change regulations to help… Read more »