By Elaine Bellio, Toronto Sales & Marketing Recruiter With Labour Day upon us, it’s time for the business world to break out of their summer malaise. The summer is filled with vacation, summer Fridays, and…
Understanding what is currently happening in your industry plays a big role in your ability to market yourself properly and to have a deeper understanding of the type of opportunities available to you at the present time.
Many organizations are now more focused than ever on creating a diverse workforce that reflects society and the people they serve, and taking steps to create a diverse and inclusive organizational culture will only become more important in the years to come.
In our desire to advance our careers as quickly as possible, we do open the door for making mistakes. Sure, it’s easy to get caught up with career advancement, but it can also lead to situations where we could actually be doing more harm than good.
Your resume is what will get you a call back for an interview, but the job interview itself is your time to shine and show that you are the right person for the job. This also means you need to be prepared to answer a plethora of questions about your experience, skills, and potential employer. And you never know which questions they are going to ask until you sit down for the interview
If you say that you don’t lie during job interviews, then you are probably lying. According to recent research from the University of Guelph, 94% of people lie during job interviews
Making a good salary is something that most people set as one of their career goals, yet most don’t negotiate due to fear and because they lack the necessary skills. The following will take a look at how failure to negotiate your salary could cost you and effective ways to successfully negotiate a higher salary with a prospective employer.