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Recruiting Trends: Happy Employees Are Considering Leaving

Recruiting Trends: Happy Employees Are Considering Leaving

June 21st, 2016

While most of the attention in the recruiting industry is focused on finding and hiring top candidates, this is just one part of the equation. Many companies relax once they make a big acquisition – something that could be a big mistake.

3 Tips to Recruit the Millennial Generation

3 Tips to Recruit the Millennial Generation

June 14th, 2016

The need to better understand and attract millennials is only going to become more important to your company’s success as more and more baby boomers retire in the next decade.

Companies Need to Move Fast or Risk Losing Top Marketing Talent

Companies Need to Move Fast or Risk Losing Top Marketing Talent

February 5th, 2016

Top level marketing talent doesn’t stay on the market long – they are in high demand, and proactive companies act swiftly to ensure their company gets top job candidates before you do

4 Things the Recruiting Business Must Change in 2016

4 Things the Recruiting Business Must Change in 2016

January 8th, 2016

The recruiting business is not without it warts. There are still many companies and recruiters using dated recruiting processes. If you are a company using these processes or if you are working with a recruiter who is out of touch with the new realities of recruiting, you could be doing yourself a disservice and missing out on top industry talents – both of which could hurt your company going forward.

The 12 Job Search Tips of Christmas

The 12 Job Search Tips of Christmas

December 11th, 2015

Since it’s December and many of us around the office are getting in the holiday spirit, we thought that it’s only appropriate to put together a Christmas-themed blog post to help job seekers.

3 Useless Questions NOT to Ask Candidates During a Job Interview

3 Useless Questions NOT to Ask Candidates During a Job Interview

October 15th, 2015

You have a limited amount of time to learn as much as possible about a potential candidate – you don’t want to waste time asking questions that are not going to help you find the right candidate.

IQ In the News: Carly-Anne Fairlie on Landing Your Dream Job

IQ In the News: Carly-Anne Fairlie on Landing Your Dream Job

February 19th, 2015

Last month IQ PARTNERS PR & Marketing Recruiter, Carly-Anne Fairlie, wrote a guest post for This Beautiful Day lifestyle blog on 10 Tips for Landing Your Dream Job. In it she provides job seekers with advice on how to craft the perfect resume, job search tips, and how to wow in an interview.

Meet the Headhunter: Adrian Robinson, Toronto Marketing Recruiter

Meet the Headhunter: Adrian Robinson, Toronto Marketing Recruiter

June 5th, 2014

IQ PARTNERS would like you to get to know some of our recruiters. Each month we ask one of them the same 10 questions about their lives, the headhunting business, and what you should know as a talent seeker or candidate in the current job market. This month, meet Toronto-based Marketing Recruiter, Adrian Robinson.

Should I Take the First Offer or Should I Negotiate?

Should I Take the First Offer or Should I Negotiate?

May 1st, 2014

You interviewed for a great job that scores checkmarks all around on your career wish list. So when you get the call that the job is yours, do you simply agree to sign on the dotted line? Or should you negotiate the terms of your contract to see how much more you can improve the offer?