This month for our Advice from Leaders Blog, we decided to take a different approach. Instead of interviewing one leader in business, we surveyed our followers to find out what job seekers are really looking for? We’ve read (and heard) a lot of crazy desires thought to be had by millennial job seekers; pinball machines, foosball tables, 30-hour work weeks, working from home, travel for work, among several other wild and wonderful benefits. We are always seeking the best talent for our clients and wanted to be able to provide feedback on how to attract and retain this talent – so we figured we’d ask them!Read More
Working in Recruitment, we see many incredible organizations doing amazing things, and we get to meet the phenomenal people behind this great work. This is what has inspired our series – Advice from Leaders - where we have the opportunity to hear from leaders in industry about specific themes and challenges faced by organizations every day. This month, we sought the advice of Murray Davison, Director, Career Connections at Goodwill Industries of Alberta. Murray’s post provides valuable insight into treating people like people and fostering a supportive workplace.
Name of Organization: Goodwill Industries of Alberta
Director, Career Connections: Murray DavisonRead More
Our very own Shannon Neighbour had the opportunity to present at DisruptHR 5.0 this fall and provided an entertaining and insightful presentation about the metaphorical magical candidate employers are looking for. Watch her presentation below to gain insight into a recruiters perspective on managing recruitment expectations and finding truly great candidates.
What does diversity and inclusion in the modern workplace mean? Svensen Neighbour Recruiting Partner, Shannon Neighbour, explains what it means to operate a diverse and inclusive organization.
Neighbour says that diversity and inclusion means to “have a workplace that is comprised of human differences in an environment that supports and values these differences.”Read More
You need to urgently fill a position. You have tried filling it on your own with no luck and you need to engage a recruitment agency. What do you do? Who do you call? What does the project look like and what are your expectations? The relationship between HR team/hiring manager and recruitment agency can be incredibly rewarding and beneficial to both sides when each side approaches the relationship as a partnership.Read More