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Posts Tagged ‘hr’

March 29th, 2017

How To Build Great Relationships At Work

How To Build Great Relationships At Work

Most people don’t want to feel like they’re alone at work, even if they telecommute. Relationships keep people engaged and connected. It increases job satisfaction and fulfillment. It can also make you more productive at work – collaboration and teamwork has a way of bringing that about. There are many benefits to building relationships in […]

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March 4th, 2017

Tech Talent Day Recap

talent, networking, bcjobs, careers

Our most recent Talent Day was well-worth the wait! After being delayed a week because of the recent snowstorm in Vancouver, we were thrilled to have over 400 hundred tech professionals come out to our event. Being that this was the first time BC Tech Jobs in partnership with the BC Tech Association has hosted a Tech […]

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March 3rd, 2017

Find Out What Skills You Require To Go Remote in 2017

telecommuting, jobs, employees, employers

The global workplace today as we know it is changing; according to this HR article published in 2015, employees do not seem to mind sacrificing some “physical office” perks and even a percentage of their remuneration in favor of telecommuting. What many may also find a bit surprising is the fact that a lot more […]

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November 13th, 2014

How to Succeed with Strategic Recruitment? Never Stop.

How to Succeed with Strategic Recruitment? Never Stop.

Whether it’s getting beyond the silos or just thinking outside the box, we all benefit from stretching our boundaries—both figuratively and sometimes literally speaking. Case in point, I just came back from the Yukon. As an HR consultant and immigration specialist, I travel fairly frequently to present on various business-related topics and, in turn, to […]

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September 11th, 2014

Why an Honest Culture is Essential for Growth

Why an Honest Culture is Essential for Growth

Honesty is not always the best policy. This is something that I have learned from spending the last decade with a man who is terrible at little white lies. Having your husband gaze into your eyes and tell you, “That haircut is weird!” or “You look kind of puffy, are you tired?” is no fun. […]

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July 10th, 2014

The Psychology of Hiring Top Talent

The Psychology of Hiring Top Talent

Candidate psychology is a deciding factor in your ability to hire top talent. A basic understanding of recruitment psychology can help you determine what drives the candidates you want to hire, whether your do actually want to hire them, and if so, what will make them want to work for you. Here of a few […]

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June 26th, 2014

3 More Ways To Keep Your Employees Motivated

3 More Ways To Keep Your Employees Motivated

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucious Happy employees are productive employees. Which is exactly why we’re doing a two part series on keeping your employees motivated, happy, and excited to come to work. If you missed part one: How to Keep Work Fresh […]

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June 19th, 2014

How to Keep Work Fresh For You and Your Employees

How to Keep Work Fresh For You

This article was inspired by Tim Sackett’s awesome blog post: How to Keep That New Job Smell. In it, Tim talks about how excited we are when we begin a new job, how we start out with passion, drive, and inspiration! Basically most of us start out as highly engaged employees, then become more and […]

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May 22nd, 2014

Recruiting Canadian Millennials: A Game of Expectations

Recruiting Canadian Millennials: A Game of Expectations

There is a common misconception that all millennials can’t afford to be choosy when it comes to looking for work because they will be the first generation to be worse of financially than their parents. According to Beacon News, this popular notion, although possibly true for our neighbors to the South, is completely false when […]

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May 8th, 2014

3 Questions That Lay the Foundation for Employer Branding

3 Questions That Lay the Foundation for Employer Branding

At BCjobs.ca we encourage all of our employers to spend some quality time filling out their employer profile. This is because on BCjobs.ca your profile is the first impression jobseekers will have of your company. A well crafted Employer profile, with a high quality logo, company colors, and inviting welcome message converts jobseekers into applicants. […]

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