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What your personality type says about your career

Elizabeth Bromstein | Jul 22, 2014 3:17 pm

Assess your personality type, then find out your ideal career, as well as your strengths and weaknesses and average household income.

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Do your employees trust you?

Colleen Clarke| Sep 27, 2011 3:00 pm

A recent study between managers and their employees revealed that 54% find the most important element of a successful working relationship is trust. Do your employees trust you? These five tips can help build trust with your team.

Category: Recruiting and Managing,
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15 lessons learned while in between jobs

Colleen Clarke| Sep 27, 2011 10:55 am

A senior HR professional has been away from gainful employment for 9 months, six of those months of her own volition. Over the past three months she has been actively job seeking and monitoring her experiences which she has generously shared with us here.

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When terminated, your rights go beyond the Employment Standards Act

Norman Grosman| Sep 22, 2011 10:08 am

One Workopolis user’s former employer offers him the minimum amount of severance pay as prescribed by the Employment Standards Act. Our lawyer, Norman Grosman has a wake-up call for him.

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When employees crack: high profile resignations

Christina Bruce| Sep 20, 2011 4:11 pm

An employee leaves angrily it goes viral — how do you handle the situation? We take a look at some high profile resignations we’ll never forget, and outline a five point plan for damage control should the situation happen in your business.

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Five simple ways to get better results from your resume

Ozzie Saunds| Sep 20, 2011 12:11 pm

A resume provides you with a tool that can be used to win interviews and increase their chances of getting a job. Here are some resume suggestions to enable you to develop a tool capable of getting yourself on the radars of hiring managers and employers.

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Closing the deal: How to end a job interview

Renee Sylvestre-Williams| Sep 13, 2011 10:52 am

You’ve rehearsed your answers for the tough job interview questions, but are you ready to end the interview? While it’s true that first impressions are important, many people forget that last impressions tend to linger. Ending a job interview is nearly as important as starting one. Here’s how to make it count.

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Canadian employment rate holds steady in August

Peter Harris| Sep 9, 2011 9:19 am

Statistics Canada’s August Labour Force Survey reveals little change in the Canadian employment rate from July, with the overall unemployment rate inching up to 7.3 percent. Which sectors and regions saw gains, and who took a hit over the summer?

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Canadian vacation times revisited: How much is enough?

Jenna Charlton| Sep 8, 2011 10:04 am

The world would be a better place if we all had more vacation. Jenna takes a closer look at Canada’s two-week mandatory vacation policy. Compared to many countries around to world, it turns out that we are dismally behind the times when it comes to vacation time.

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The new style that makes writing cover letters easy

Colleen Clarke| Sep 7, 2011 12:00 pm

Writing cover letters can be the bane of some candidates’ existence. It is one thing to create a resume of ones’ accomplishments in the Action/Result format. It is another thing altogether to have to creatively sell yourself in engaging, personable language with each job posting. Here to save the day is the ‘T letter’.

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