The Aon Best Employers in Canada study provides you with some insights into the companies you should consider in 2017
Most marketers and professionals in the marketing field want to, as well – meaning that you potentially face stiff competition at each step in your career. However, there are others who want more than just a great title; they want to have an impact on business.
Counter offers are a candidate’s current employer’s effort to keep them – some offer, raise, or perk that might entice them to stay after they’ve already accepted a new job at another company. As headhunters we see this all too often, and unfortunately, it is usually the best, most senior candidates that are the most likely to be presented with a counter offer. Here are our 3 best tips companies can use to avoid losing their best candidates to counter offers.
Women are not breaking through into executive level roles within the finance industry as easily as in other industries. Even though it is estimated that close to half (47%) of management and professional roles in financial firms are filled by women, this number is deceiving.
Just like any other industry, there is a need for continuous training in the recruitment world. How to recruit, where to find candidates, and approaches to hiring continue to change, and recruiters who keep their eye on the prize and stay on top of industry trends are positioned to be successful.
It’s common for people to have a few jobs early on in their marketing career as they get their footing and etch their niche in the industry – especially millennials. It’s no secret that millennials are willing to move from job to job at the beginning of their careers. They are not content with staying in the same position long term and are more willing to roll the dice and make things happen.
Forward thinking companies always want to stay on the cutting edge of everything – technology, marketing trends, and the best way to attract and keep top industry talent. In their recent report, Small and Mid-Sized Business Recruiting Trends 2017, LinkedIn provides some insight into what we can expect from recruiting as we head into 2017.
If you are like most professionals, you want to make more money. Who doesn’t, right? Most of us have an idea of where our current salary falls on the wage scale in comparison to other professionals with similar experience and credentials. What if you could get the full picture of how much you could and should be making? LinkedIn Salary will do this for you.