Types of Temporary Healthcare Positions

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Healthcare facilities have ever-fluctuating needs and they rely on healthcare staffing agencies to help meet demand quickly. There are a variety of temporary healthcare positions available for professionals, practitioners, and medical support staff in nearly every field, and temporary work can be a great way to build a career in the industry. Why Choose a… Read more »

6 Tips on How to Answer What Motivates You in an Interview

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You’ll hear a lot of the same questions in every job interview throughout your tech career. One of those questions is, “What motivates you?” This might seem like an easy question to answer, but it catches a lot of candidates off guard. What hiring managers really want to uncover are the things that make you tick… Read more »

Should You Relocate for a Job?

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Landing a new tech job comes with excitement and some challenges. That excitement and those challenges are amplified with the prospect of relocating to a new city or town. Weighing the pros and cons of relocating for a job can be stressful, so it is important to know which questions to ask yourself to make the right… Read more »

Learn How to Obtain Your Forklift Operator Certification

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Forklift drivers move Canadian business – literally. Working in warehouses, distribution, construction and more, these professionals move large pallets of materials, products and heavy objects. They may be responsible for inventory and recordkeeping, as well. Forklift operators are in high demand across Ontario, but certification is required to land a job. Here is what you… Read more »

How to Answer, “What’s Your Greatest Strength” During a Job Interview

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In every job interview, you will likely be asked, “What is your greatest strength?” Because this is a common question, and one that seems innocuous, many candidates fail to prepare for it. However, take time to prepare an answer to this question because landing the job is all about showcasing your strengths against the needs… Read more »

Interview Jitters? These Tips Will Help You Ace It

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You did it. You’ve applied for the job you wanted, and you got a call back for an interview. Congratulations. Now it’s time to get to the real work: preparing for the interview process. Don’t panic. There are a few steps you can take to make sure you nail that meeting, leaving your prospective employer… Read more »

Seven Tips To Writing A Resume That Makes You Stand Out to Employers

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After scouring the job boards for hours, days, maybe even weeks, there it is. That perfect job you’ve been waiting for. It has everything you’re looking for; flexibility, an opportunity to be creative, and a steady pay cheque. There’s only one thing stopping you—the dreaded resume. Are you one of those unfortunate souls that have… Read more »

Bill 47 Passes: Here’s What You Should Know

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Sweeping changes have been made to Ontario’s labour laws. Whether you’re an employer or an employee, here is what you need to know. On Wednesday, the governing Progressive Conservatives passed labour reform legislation that rolls back many of the changes brought in by the previous Liberal government. The provincial government’s Making Ontario Open for Business… Read more »

How to Write A Cover Letter That’ll Definitely Impress Prospective Employers

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A resume is a list of all of your education, work experience and other qualifications that tell an employer that you’ve got what it takes to get the job done right. Your cover letter is a different matter entirely – and don’t forget to include it. Your cover letter is where you get to be… Read more »

The Legalization of Cannabis and Its Potential Impact on The Workplace

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Canada’s lawmakers have made a historic decision to legalize the use of cannabis. Canadians have been allowed to use the drug medicinally since 2001, but they will soon be able to consume it recreationally. Bill C-45, better known as the Cannabis Act, was approved by the Senate on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, and is set… Read more »