Employer Risks For Medical Marijuana In The Workplace

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Navigating Canada’s medical marijuana rules can be a challenge for many employers. No matter how you may feel about its use personally, your employees do have rights under the law when it comes to receiving medical treatment. Here are some of the biggest risks facing employers today.  Following The Duty To Accommodate   Canadians can be prescribed medical marijuana for… Read more »

Don’t Overlook Recent Grads For Open Jobs

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It is easy to understand why employers want to hire candidates with at least some professional experience, but in a tight job market, savvy employers are reframing their approach. When good candidates are hard to find, it could pay dividends to relax your experience requirements and focus on hiring enthusiastic, trainable recent graduates for open… Read more »

5 Mistakes That Could Cost You The Job

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Landing a job interview with an excellent healthcare facility or practice is an achievement worth celebrating. However, there are some mistakes that are easy to make in a job interview that could end up costing you the job. If you want to increase the chances that you’ll receive an offer, try to avoid these missteps…. Read more »

Healthcare Mistakes Happen: Here’s How To Help Your Team Prevent Them

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No one wants to make mistakes at work, especially in the healthcare field, where those mistakes can have devastating consequences. Mistakes don’t just impact the healthcare professional; they also affect the patient. While you cannot avoid every single medical error, you can help your team prevent many of them. Failures That Lead To Mistakes The… Read more »

7 Reasons You’re Losing Your Best Workers in Health Care

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High turnover in a healthcare facility has a negative impact on patient outcomes and budgets. Keeping your best people happy, engaged and satisfied on the job means better care for patients and a more pleasant and cohesive working environment. If you are losing your best healthcare workers to turnover, it could be one or more… Read more »

Help Your IT Team Achieve Work-Life Balance

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Burnout runs rampant in the tech field. IT jobs are extremely stressful; most tech teams are stretched to or beyond their limits, and tech pros regularly work over 40 hours a week. To keep an IT team engaged, motivated and healthy, it is important to foster work-life balance so they can manage stress and avoid the burnout… 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 »

Top Employment Law Concerns for Ontario Companies

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With 2018 well underway, changes in the landscape of Ontario employment law and policy have certainly given business owners and operators a lot to think about. However, with all these changes, it can be difficult, and potentially costly, to be unaware and abide. We understand how difficult it can be to operate a business which… Read more »

Recent College Graduate? Here’s How to Find a Job in Ontario

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There you are, with your freshly minted degree. Four (or more!) years of hard work and there you stand in your cap and gown, with the ink on your degree barely dry. The world is your oyster! Now it’s time to find that dream job, right? Not so fast! The Ontario economy has seen better… Read more »