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Changing Career Path

The Changing Career Path – How the Workforce is Changing and What you Need to do About it By Marc Belaiche, CPA, CA and Nicole Paloucci The workforce is constantly evolving and employees need to keep up with it. Temporary workers are on the rise, and even preferred by some employees. According to Statistics Canada, part-time jobs have increased by

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Life Plan for Me

I used to work for a company that provided career coaching and job search assistance. One of the services we offered clients was a Market Evaluation Report. This document gave job searchers a glimpse at the future of their career and their place in it. We researched wages, employment projects, training opportunities and vacancies or prospective job openings with leading

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Upward Career Progression

Advance your life with upward career progression. Make it work it the Northwest Territories. An acquaintance of mine once told me that he had a career plan to ‘bank on’. Of course he did, working in the financial services sector. He worked for a well-known commercial bank. Working as a teller, in a major city, did not seem be a

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Checking References Very Important

By Marc Belaiche, CPA, CA In a previous article, I wrote about tips on conducting proper reference checks (see http://www.cpasource.com/employerGlobal/initViewArticleAction.do?id=104002&lang=en_CA). This article covers why reference checking has become a vital step in the hiring process for all organizations. Tougher Job Market Given the economic downturn of recent years, some job seekers may be more likely to take liberties with their

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Hiring More Experienced Employees

By Marc Belaiche, CPA, CA Some estimates indicate that Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) currently account for as much as 46 percent of the Canadian workforce. In addition, according to Statistics Canada, it is likely that one out of every four people in the labour force will be 55 years or over by 2021 (see http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/11-010-x/2011008/part-partie3-eng.htm). With an

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Tapping the Hidden Job Market to Find Candidates for Your Open Positions

By: Marc Belaiche, CPA, CA & Joseph Thomas Whether driven by the need to explore and diversify a company’s approach to recruitment or find ways to cut costs, employers may consider a variety of staffing techniques to find good candidates. This article offers suggestions on how companies may tap into the hidden job market. Social Media In today’s job market,

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How to Have Best Interview

Interviews are perceived as being apprehensive experiences, for both job seekers and hiring managers, alike. Perhaps they are strategies you can employ to make your interview better. Let us consider options on how to have the best interview. These initial meetings do not need to be showcases of tension and anxiety. Instead interviews should be calm face-to-face communication exchanges. It

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