Do You Suck at Hiring? 5 Things that Hurt Your Ability to Recruit Great Candidates

Do You Suck at Hiring? 5 Things that Hurt Your Ability to Recruit Great Candidates

November 23rd, 2017

By Matthew Lester, Toronto Startup Recruiter  We all want to be that destination company – the organization in your industry where professionals by the thousands apply in hopes of getting the opportunity for a job…

Seeking an Executive Level Finance Position? Use these Resume Tips

Seeking an Executive Level Finance Position? Use these Resume Tips

November 8th, 2016

If you’re an executive level finance professional, you know how competitive the marketplace can be when looking to make a career move. You need to be on top of your game and so does your resume. You need an executive level resume that effectively communicates to companies what you’ve done, and more importantly, what you can do for them if hired for an executive level position.

The Top 6 Recruiting Tools for Businesses

The Top 6 Recruiting Tools for Businesses

September 9th, 2016

The top recruiting tools don’t necessarily have to be expensive or complicated. It doesn’t have to mean CRMs or software solutions, either. It’s about finding the right tools – the tools that help your organization get the best talent in your industry.

5 Recruiter Approved Ways to Do Reference Checks Properly

5 Recruiter Approved Ways to Do Reference Checks Properly

January 1st, 2016

Reference checks are part of the hiring process. Some view them as an essential part of the hiring process; others treat them as a complete waste of time. The truth is you get out of them what you put into the process.

The Best Interview Technique There Is

The Best Interview Technique There Is

April 23rd, 2015

So you’re looking to hire a new team member. You (or your HR department) have screened candidates and identified the top players in the industry, and now it’s time to interview. Your mind may drift toward strategies you’ve used in the past, or what you remember from being interviewed: “What are your top 3 strengths and weaknesses” or “tell me about a time…”
Stop. There’s a better way.