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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

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Employee Engagement

By | Employer

It’s time to tackle employee engagement. Conduct your research and gather strategies to boost team morale and maximize productivity.

Implement flex hours? Give extra vacation days? Team competitions and contests outside the office? All great ideas, but alone, they won’t work long-term. Rewards and perks are wonderful to offer, but that’s all they are: rewards and perks – temporary stopgaps designed to slow the drowning of a disengaged team sinking deeper and deeper. Think of the time Bart Simpson clogged the flooding submarine’s pinhole leak with his new, fancy earring – but in this scenario, you have a cantaloupe-shaped crack with only an Employee of the Week plaque in hand. Read More

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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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Where Are They Now: Anitha Haridas

By | Alumni, Success Story

A love for chocolate instilled by her parents sent her on a journey filled with perseverance, promotion, and more love.

She learned how to knit from YouTube so she could send out resumés in small, yellow onesies. She thought creative application packages aligning with companies’ brands would generate return calls. She was right, but fate directed her elsewhere. Read More

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