Last January, we discussed artificial intelligence, passive candidates, video assessments, and more. This year, unlike the talent scarcity that’s got North American employers sweating, there’s no deficiency in emerging – and returning – recruitment trends for this decade’s remainder. As candidates continue wrestling leverage from employers, organizations will adapt accordingly to innovate their recruitment strategies, shielding top candidates from those prowling and pilfering competitors. It’s 2019 – the talent’s still hot, the recruitment battle’s hotter, and these are your 2019 recruitment trends!
(No, not the American election…)
What do lawn signs, debates, and Career Edge interns have in common?
All played a role in shaping Drake’s presumed vote for ‘the greatest city in the world.’
After accepting candidate cards that travel from volunteer to disposal in seconds, and then growing frustrated with congested platforms (no, not Bloor-Yonge station after a security incident), the residents of the greatest city in the world voted. Read More
In recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities today and the passing of the Accessible Canada Act last week, Leo Luk, our senior recruiter specializing in screening and assisting jobseekers with disabilities, shares his five tips on how employers can make accommodations for persons with disabilities at the workplace:
Volunteering for Jobseekers: How to boost your resume during the winter break
During the winter break especially is a great way to boost your resume. It helps you gain valuable experience while finding something to do over the winter break that’s different from binge watching Netflix. Read More