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Love

What Our Recruiters Love

By | Jobseeker

Don’t know what our recruiters want when they screen applications? For Valentine’s Day, our talent acquisition team lets you in on what impresses them when they review submissions. So, when you’re applying for your next job, remember these!
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Love

Her Love for Helping Others

By | Jobseeker

[This week’s blog comes from Megan Weales, Digital Community Coordinator at the University of Ontario of Institute of Technology’s Student Life department!]

Your first love might not be your last love. This is true in more than just relationships; it is true about your career, too. When I was 17 years old, I fell in love with the idea of helping people. At that point in time, helping people, to me, meant that I should become a social worker. I applied and accepted my offer to attend Trent University for Social Work. Read More

CBC Radio

CBC Persons with Disabilities Pilot Project

By | Employer, Jobseeker

“It’s refreshing to know that there are employers out there who recognize the diverse talents that people with disabilities bring to the workplace.”

Our bilingual talent specialist, Mahta Molatalab, said she was delighted to help a national organization demonstrate its leadership in diversity and inclusion initiatives. Read More

Volunteering for Jobseekers

By | Jobseeker

Volunteering for Jobseekers: How to boost your resume during the winter break

Volunteering is so great for so many different reasons. Whether you need to: get volunteer hours done or are in-between jobs and looking to help a great cause or looking to gain some valuable experience to boost your resume to become job ready.

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

workplace

Elements of a Great Workplace

By | Employer, Jobseeker

For the past 19 years, Canada’s Top 100 Employers has compiled a list of the leading employers in their respective industries. The evaluation consists of eight standard selection criteria used to determine winners. Let’s dive into the eight criteria to see what the best companies practice. Read More

Instagram for Jobseekers

By | Jobseeker

Instagram isn’t merely Kim K selfies and rainbow grilled cheese sandwiches. If you use it right, you’ll get your selfie game up – and your job game right. Today, there’s no shortage of hard workers, team players, or expectation exceeders looking for jobs. To stand out and be memorable after an interview, you need to do more. Here’s how to get your Instagram game – and job game – right: Read More

Josh Go Campus Engagement Coordinator

Meet Josh, Campus Engagement Coordinator

By | Employer, General, Jobseeker
You look familiar. Where do I know you from?

I graduated in business management from Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management and engaged in a lot of extra-curricular activities through student-run organizations. I was involved with the Ryerson University Finance Society (RUFS) and the Human Resources Student Association (HRSA), serving as HRSA President in my last year. You also may have seen me playing basketball on campus at Kerr Hall or lifeguarding at one of the City of Toronto pools. Read More

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