Tag Archives: Jobs

Screening Your Applicants

Have you ever sat down with a manager who screens resumes for a position only to explain the reason they think  certain resumes qualify for interviews is because “these resumes are from nice people”? Or are you maybe one of … Continue reading

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Job Postings

While reading a job posting nothing bothers me more than reading a list of sought after qualifications that are so generalized in nature that you are left wondering if the recruitment officer or manager even knows what the job does. … Continue reading

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Job Analysis

Too often in organizations job analysis is an area that is overlooked; however it is critical to understanding the nature of the job the organization needs to achieve its goals. Most commonly management will forego an analysis simply because they … Continue reading

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I Saved a Man’s Life

On October 11, 2011 I saved a man’s life and it made me think… On a busy corner in Winnipeg I was waiting for the traffic lights to change. When the lights did change the man beside me started walking with … Continue reading

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Are You Proud of Your Job?

I found myself awake at 7:30 on a Saturday morning thinking about the generation that is on its way to becoming the leaders of the future. I started thinking about all the youthful optimism that is entering the workplace and … Continue reading

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Why Build A Personal Brand?

With the way the job market is today no wonder that people are doing whatever they can to be noticed before the next person. Some people are using different coloured paper for their resumes, while others are going as far … Continue reading

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