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Your maturity and experience are assets in today’s workplace. We match the skills required for available positions out there with the qualifications of experienced applicants. Our motto is to "Hire Experience."
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Six important tips for getting your resume noticed when companies use an ATSApplicant Tracking Systems (ATS) is the software that reads your resume and ranks it according to keywords. At least 65% of medium to large companies are now using Applicant Tracking Systems and th...Read more
The Bullet Point Formula for your resume: the 8 Minute Resume Tutorial Part IIYour goal is to quantifiably prove that you can bring value to the future team. Numbers are the most persuasive friends you have in this situation. Every bullet point spent on describing historical...Read more
Marketing yourself in the job search: An 8 Minute Tutorial Part IThe ultimate goal of a resume is to get an interview. You may believe it has other purposes but the key goal is to market yourself. Today most Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and recruiters may ...Read more
Chang School hosts panel discussion on aging in the Canadian workforceIt began as a free breakfast and panel discussion on October 1 on aging in the Canadian workforce in celebration of the International Day of Older Persons. It really seemed as if it would be just o...Read more
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Canada Job Bank
Many improvements have been made to the Job Bank which has merged with the Working in Canada website to bring Canadians more job opportunities and information about the job market across Canada. This site is a rich resource for anyone who is job seeking. Click here to access the site.
Retaining and Supporting Mature Workers
According to this study commissioned by CARP and Ceridian, the traditional nine-to-five, five-day work week doesn’t appeal to many who are choosing to work beyond retirement age. Click here to read more and to download the report. Balancing the needs of the blended workforce is a view-anytime webinar that follows this theme.
More Boomers Becoming "Boomerpreneurs"
As baby boomers in Canada leave the rat race, they’re increasingly shunning any notions of a retirement as they jump into entrepreneurship in ever-growing numbers. Click here to read more.