Recruiting for Growth

Tackling the Labour Shortage in Aquaculture. Unemployment in Canada has reached record low levels. This may seem like good news but for employers it presents a challenge. Few places is this more acutely felt than in the rural communities of Newfoundland and Labrador where many aquaculture organizations have established their operations.

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Leveraging organizational leadership: How are you investing in your organization's future?

Recent results of a survey published in the Globe and Mail are disconcerting to many but come to little surprise to most HR leadership coaches.  The findings, which report that one of the biggest concerns of today's Canadian business managers is the lack of leadership skills exhibited by their employees, indicate that current leaders are uncertain as to whether their employees are prepared to take on tomorrow's challenges.

Recruitment Advertising - Making it Work

Typically when a company has a job vacancy, the first course of action is to place a recruitment ad on-line or in the local paper. These days amidst a war for talent and an increasing number of media choices, many clients are asking how they can make their recruitment advertising give them the best bang for their buck.

Is There a War for Talent?

Over the past few years there has been a lot of talk about the war for talent and the looming employee gaps most companies will face as the Boomers retire. Today's employers must be savvy to attract the best candidates to their business as people remain a company's greatest asset.