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Employment Professionals Canada has the latest on the country’s workforce, job market, job search and hiring trends. Read our blog for helpful tips on how to find employment or hire the best talent.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Erie Personnel Corporation Announces Name Change to Employment Professionals Canada (Fort Erie, Ontario) – After owning and operating a human resources firm that specializes in providing employment services to businesses throughout the Niagara region, Marina Butler, President of Erie Personnel Corporation has changed the name of the organization… Read more »
As the economy begins to pick back up, your top performers may end up getting offers from other companies. In past downturns and recoveries, many talented people jumped ship, especially when they perceived there was more opportunity elsewhere. So what can you do to retain your best people? The key is to identify your top… Read more »
Having the right tools at your disposal can make hiring a lot easier—and a lot more successful. Here is a quick overview of different assessments tools you can use, beyond the basic job interview: Qualifications Screens – simple questionnaires determine if an applicant has the minimum requirements to perform a job (availability, minimum age, years… Read more »
In an unpredictable economy, workforce flexibility can be a huge competitive advantage for your organization. Here are five ways a strategic staffing model can help your business: Run leaner. If you think of contingent labor management as an unnecessary expense, it’s time to change your thinking. Using staffing and contract labor can actually help your… Read more »
Trust is essential when building a healthy and productive work environment–especially when you’ve just joined a new organization. Whether you’re leading an entire department or work hand in hand with a just a few coworkers it’s important to build trusting relationships. Here are several tips to help trust both with coworkers and your superiors: Be… Read more »