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Webinars for a Safe & Happy Workplace in 2017

The Headhunters is excited to introduce a new webinar series starting this year. We’ve partnered up with organizations who are experts in their fields to bring you top-notch, free advice!

If you are an HR professional, hiring manager or just interested in great tips for your workplace, please join us for one of our free upcoming webinars:

Click here […]

To Be A Successful Sales Professional In 2016 & Beyond You Need To Do These 3 Things

Technology has impacted just about every aspect of our lives and the sales profession is not immune. In fact, in my role as a specialized Recruitment Consultant, I have been witness to a remarkable evolution. Across the world, progressive organizations and innovative sales professionals are using technology to re-engineer the sales process.

So, what does this […]

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Fresh From Our Desk: What’s Hot In IT

Fresh From Our Desk: What’s Hot In IT
Across Western Canada, the tech boom has given IT professionals a lot of choice in where they can work. The industry is rapidly evolving, with business needs changing, new technology launching, and start-ups taking off. IT job seekers often come to us curious about the hiring trends we […]

Alberta Fires Appeal: How You Can Help

Alberta Fires Appeal: How You Can Help
Our hearts go out to our friends, family, clients and candidates being hit by the terrible fires throughout the Fort McMurray area.  The Red Cross advised that what it needs most is cash donations. To make a donation please visit Canadian Red Cross or call 1-800-418-1111.

Please help, this is a devastating time […]

The Importance Of Labour Stats To Hiring Managers

For professionals involved in the hiring process, now is the time to pay attention to all that is going on in global economics [...]

Hope For Canada’s Economy In 2016-2017

Hope For Canada’s Economy In 2016-2017
Week by week, Canadian business owners have had a tumultuous 2015. Between the federal election, oil price roller-coasters, and foreign economies impacting our own, Canada’s performance can seem to get lost in these ‘big picture’ narratives. Thankfully, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published a report recently that breaks down […]

Top Stories of the Week

Your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world of hiring and job searches this week […]

Focus On Winnipeg: Manitoba’s Growing Job Market

Focus On Winnipeg: Manitoba’s Growing Job Market
Let’s head east in our three-part series addressing the recruitment challenges of The HeadHunters and TempsAhead’s respective branches. It is a testament to Canada’s diversity that while our Vancouver team is spearheading the recruitment of high-tech jobs, our Winnipeg office is meeting a classic challenge: sourcing skilled labour for […]

Focus on Edmonton: A “Lower For Longer” Economy

Focus on Edmonton: A “Lower For Longer” Economy
Last week we took a look at the recruitment challenges that Vancouver companies face when it comes to securing tech talent. Let’s move east, to The HeadHunters and TempsAhead office in Edmonton, where many talented individuals have been laid off in the oil patch.
“Lower for longer”
If you worked […]

Make 2016 The Vision That You Desire [VIDEO]

A new year is a time of self-reflection and goal-setting. So how do you envision your future and your career in the best possible terms? Patti Dobrowolski leverages the discoveries of neuroscience to argue that you can live the life you desire [...]

Happy Holidays From The Headhunters & TempsAhead

As 2015 draws to a close, we would like to thank you all for being part of a very memorable year. We are so thankful for the support of all of our partners and feel very fortunate to work with so many exceptional candidates and clients.

Fit Employees: A Perfect Fit For Productivity [INFOGRAPHIC]

Fit Employees: A Perfect Fit For Productivity
It is a generally accepted truth that employees who look after themselves are good for business. People who eat sensibly, don’t smoke, and exercise regularly are less likely to miss work due to health problems. In fact, employees who engage in regular exercise at work may actually be more […]

Five Lessons From The Recent Federal Election

Five Lessons From The Recent Federal Election
Oh, Canada! On October 19th the nation spoke and there were winners and losers from coast to coast. Job seeking is often as gruelling as the election campaigns of our dear leaders. But there are many lessons job hunters can learn from the recent election:
1) Accentuate the positive
After more […]

From Our President: A Shout Out To My Business Partner

 

I’m so proud of my business partner, Danielle Bragge, that I wanted to share the news about the incredible work she is doing in Nicaragua. Currently Danielle is leading a group of fifteen ladies to work with an orphanage in one of the poorest places within the country.

 

Danielle and her team, including Recruitment Consultant Azelda […]

Canada’s Human Resources Innovators

Canada’s Human Resources Innovators
At The HeadHunters we dedicate ourselves to finding candidates that fit our clients’ culture as well as the job descriptions they are hiring for. While our specialty is recruitment, we are often impressed when other Canadian companies think outside of the box to innovate their HR processes. Inspired by Great Place To […]

As Canadians We Have Plenty To Be Grateful For This Thanksgiving

“In a world darkened by ethnic conflicts that tear nations apart, Canada stands as a model of how people of different cultures can live and work together in peace, prosperity and mutual respect.” – Bill Clinton

What a wonderful quote to usher in Canadian Thanksgiving, encapsulating a self-image that many Canadians embrace. These words are Bill […]

Top Stories of the Week

Top Stories of the Week
Here is what happened in the world of hiring and business this week:

Sweden has revealed it is pushing forward with plans to implement a standard 6-hour work day. Some companies across the country have already started the practice & say it works.
The  Friday beer fridge is about much more than beers, it is […]

Join The Headhunters Team

The Headhunters and TempsAhead are looking to grow our Vancouver team. If you are a high performer who is looking for a company that will take your career to the next level, we’d love to hear from you. We have a number of exciting opportunities, see below for more details or email careers@theheadhunters.ca for more information.
What […]

Company Values In Action

As a values based organized we are incredibly passionate about running our business by them, using them as a compass to make decisions and infusing them in our everyday actions to create our culture. We love to hear stories about other companies operating with this same ethos as they inspire us and remind us of the […]

5 TED Talks To Inspire You In Business & Life

We love TED. True to their mission they deliver many ideas worth spreading. Below we have compiled for you a list of 5 TED talks to challenge your way of thinking and encourage you to trial a new way of doing things.

 

1. Nilofer Merchant – Got a meeting? Take a walk.

Nilo Merchant presents the […]

The pros and cons of different office designs [INFOGRAPHIC]

The office environment can have a significant impact on an employee’s motivation and therefore it is important the space is designed for productivity. Before choosing the finer details of your office such as wall colour, plants and art, you need to choose the layout of your desks and work stations. The design you opt for […]

A step-by-step roadmap to create an employee wellness plan

A recent report on the health of Canadian employees confirmed that workplace wellness programs are associated with significant bottom line benefits:

11% higher revenue per employee
1.8 fewer days absent per employee per year
For every $1.00 spent on wellness programs, medical costs fall by about $3.27 and absenteeism costs fall about $2.73

With statistics such as these, and the many other benefits of having healthy […]

5 Entertaining (& Sometimes Unusual) Employer Branding Videos

Last week we wrote about the importance of an employer brand and how to create one. Today we are following up with some examples of captivating employer branding videos. A well-crafted video is an incredibly powerful way to convey to potential employees your values, culture and vision. In addition, it can help you catch the attention of […]

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10 Ways to Improve Your Employee Experience [INFOGRAPHIC]

“To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace.”
– Doug Conant, CEO of Campbell’s Soup

Most leaders agree that investing in your employees is key to achieving long-term success. We often talk about employee engagement and employee experience, but what does that mean in practical terms? This infographic from BrilliantInk walks through 10 ways you can improve […]

The Common Characteristics of Gen X Managers

Generation X is an age group we don’t hear much about anymore, but in the pre-Millennial world, Gen X was all the rage. You were either Gen X or you were just like everyone else. Now that the Boomers are heading off into retirement, Gen X managers are quietly taking over their ranks. But what […]

9 Resolutions for 9 of 2015’s Biggest Workplace Trends

As an HR professional, 2015 is going to be a continually evolving landscape. To help you succeed in the year ahead, CareerBuilder have released their 9 Resolutions for 9 of 2015’s Biggest Workplace Trends (full report below).

Among the top trends, technology and employer brand feature heavily in the changing landscape. Below is a quick snapshot at the […]

Millennials at Work: What They Really Think

With millennials soon poised to make up the majority of the workforce, Bentley University conducted a study into how millennials approach work. They polled more than 1,000 U.S. individuals aged 18 to 34 and their findings both reinforced and challenged some of the popular stereotypes associated with this generation. 
Key Highlights from Study Findings
Below are some of the key […]

Different Types of Recruiters in Vancouver You’re Likely to Encounter

One morning your phone rings and the caller says they are a recruiter with an exciting job opportunity that you might be interested in. Fantastic!

But did they just mention that they are a certain type of recruiter? Perhaps you’ve never considered that they can be different? Well, there are about five types of recruiters who […]

The Headhunters Co-Founder Named EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist

We’re proud to announce that Danielle Bragge, Co-Founder of The Headhunters Recruitment Inc, has been selected as a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the YearTM 2014 Prairies Award.

 

Entrepreneur Of The Year celebrates the contribution and spirit of entrepreneurs everywhere. The Canadian program is in its 21st year of honouring the country’s most impressive entrepreneurs […]

5 Lesser-Known Benefits of Outsourcing Temporary Hiring

Outsourcing temporary hiring gives you access to the best candidates, plain and simple. Often businesses find and hire the “right” candidates only to discover quickly they weren’t right for the company. This costs your company temporary hiring time and money. Outsourcing temporary hiring staff allows you to hire the right candidate at a reduced cost. […]

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Are Long-Term Employees a Thing of the Past?

New research has shown that the average tenure for a Canadian worker is under two years. Workopolis mined data from over 7 million work history records, comparing job tenures from 1990-2000 and 2000-Present.

 

From 1990 through 2000 the number of people staying at their jobs for less than two years doubled from 16 percent to 33 […]

What is an Employee Engagement Strategy?

Employees are considered the biggest assets of a company. Sadly, only a small percentage of employees are truly engaged in their work. According to the report “2013 Trends in Global Employee Engagement” by Aon Hewitt, only 60% of employees are “engaged” in their work worldwide. The rest are either non-engaged or disengaged. Since the growth […]

What Motivates Professionals to Switch Jobs [INFOGRAPHIC]

In the battle for the best talent on (and off) the market, what can an employer do to woo them over? What are the real ‘hooks’ that will lure them over to your workplace?

LinkedIn surveyed more than 18,000 professionals in 26 countries to shed light on the workforce’s attitude toward job seeking, job satisfaction and […]

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Key Takeaways from the Winnipeg Leadership Panel

Yesterday, we hosted our Leaders Breakfast Panel: Leadership for the Future in Winnipeg. It was a inspiring way to kick off the day with a full crowd in attendance. Our speakers – Mariette Mulaire, Marc Albert, Michelle Manary and Stephen Race – all participated in a thoughtful discussion about leadership with some very valuable insights.

Here […]

What Job Seekers Should Consider When Looking for Employee Recruiters in Vancouver

For many people in Vancouver, a recruiter is the perfect resource to obtain that perfect job at the perfect company. However, not all recruiters are the same and it is not always easy to get noticed by the best ones. In order to find the best recruiters Vancouver has for you, you should consider the […]

6 Employee Retention Strategies that Will Help You Keep Your Talent

Once you have hired talented employees for your business, the next step is to apply employee retention strategies so that you do not lose any of your best assets. It requires a considerable amount of effort and strategy to keep your employees happy and working effectively for your business.

We share 6 employee retention strategies that […]

Quick and Crucial Health Tips for the Office [INFOGRAPHIC]

Here in our office, healthy living is a big part of our culture. So much so that it’s actually one of the four core pillars of our company – Business, Charity, Family, Health. Giving priority to employee’s overall health and well-being not only provides great social benefits, it affects your bottom line too. Healthy employees […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

Planning on a long-term career in social media? Doubtful. A study by Workopolis shows social media jobs will become obsolete in 10 years.
New research suggests that posting your religion online could cost you that job.
INSEAD’s new Global Talent Competitiveness Index provides an interesting look into […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

Seems like we’ve got a lot to smile about! Canadians are the happiest employees in the world according to a new global report.
Canadians have no qualms with packing up and moving inland. The latest figures from BMO show that the number of Canadians migrating […]

Recommended Reads for Leadership

In our recent Leadership for the Future breakfast panel in Edmonton, our audience were keen to know what leadership books our panelists recommend.

 

So, without further ado, here is the leadership reading list recommended by our panel of experts – Monica Norminton, Lori Schmidt, Robert Huizinga, Chris Hayman and Stephen Race. Please share any of your […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

It was a rough week for Blackberry who announced on Tuesday they were laying off staff in Waterloo, and then on Thursday announced it was closing it’s Bedford, N.S. office and cutting 350 jobs.
Sticking with the tech market, Vancouver-based Hootsuite held a hiring open-house which drew in […]

The Headhunters Ran for the Cure

The numbers are in and a big thank you to all our Run for the Cure teams who helped raise over $8,000 for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation!

Each of our three offices in Edmonton, Winnipeg and Vancouver, registered a team to participate in the CIBC Run for the Cure.  In total, 49 staff members and their friends and family joined […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

In the continuing Skills Training Program saga, the provinces are threatening to boycott the training program unless the federal government overhauls it.
Gen Y are even harder to retain than we thought, 60% of Millennials leave their dream job (or what they thought was their […]

Run for the Cure Fundraising

We’re so proud of our Edmonton, Winnipeg and Vancouver teams who are all working hard to raise funds for the CIBC Run for the Cure!

It’s been all about BBQs and Bake Sales in the name of breast cancer research!

 

 

If you’d like to donate to any of our teams, just click the link below:

Headhunters Edmonton
Headhunters Winnipeg
Headhunters […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

According to a new BMO poll, nearly half of Canadians are in their ‘dream job’.
But are we turning up to these ‘dream jobs’? Studies show that absenteeism is on the rise. And women have higher absentee rates than men.
You may have noticed in this […]

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

A new report from CIBC World Markets confirms what we all thought: too few students are choosing to study high-demand fields.
But for those already employed, the workforce is increasingly optimistic according to a survey released by BMO.
Folks in Alberta have more to smile about […]

Ask A Recruiter: Industry Experience vs Performance

A business owner asks what’s more important when hiring sales people: industry experience or performance?  –

When it comes to hiring sales reps, what do you think is more important: industry experience or passion and proven sales capability regardless of industry? Of course it’d be great to have both! But what have you found is a better […]

Top Stories of the Week

Stay in the know with what happened in the world of hiring and employment this week:

The Premiers joined forces yesterday to oppose the proposed Canada Jobs Grant.
It turns out there were big discrepancies in the May job figures. The previous record 95,000 new jobs could really be as low as 8,500.
Following several high-profile lawsuits in the U.S., […]

Top Stories of the Week

Your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

Canadian employment was little changed in June according to the latest government figures.
Some good news for foreign workers in Ontario – the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s (OHRC)  announced the requirement for “Canadian experience” in the hiring process is discriminatory in […]

Top Stories of the Week

Your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

The latest chapter of the National Household Survey is out; an interesting snapshot of Canada at work. Most people are moving north and west for jobs!
 Another SCC decision was released in regards to random alcohol testing. An important read for those […]

What Makes an Employee Happy [INFOGRAPHIC]

Rewarding and retaining good employees isn’t just about salary increases and holiday bonuses. In fact, according to research compiled by Yast, as many as 80% of employees surveyed indicate that they stay with their current employers simply because they like their work!

 

Top Stories of the Week

Here’s the Friday roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

Do you use your third eye to channel innovation? Well you may have been a good fit for Lululemon’s joke job posting for a new CEO.
Looking for a new job? Try Saskatoon! A new survey revealed the best and worst […]

Business Lessons Learned from the Fall of House Stark

Game of Thrones is undeniably the talk of TV land as its fans reel from the latest shocker episode, The Rains of Castemere, last Sunday. The beloved House Stark was dealt a brutal blow in the show famous for its duplicitous plot twists where Seven Kingdoms vie for ultimate rule.

 

Spoiler Alert: Do not read this […]

Top Stories of the Week

Your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

Forbes has just released it’s annual Top 100 World’s Most Powerful Women. Can you guess who’s #1?
Who would have thought shipping your pants to an ad agency would get you an internship? Well it certainly worked for one lucky student!
It’s […]

Top Stories of the Week

Your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

The April employment numbers are out; Canada added 12,500 jobs last month, with gains in the manufacturing sector.
A timely reminder for job seekers to beware of online employment scams.
CareerBuilder have released a study showing the true cost of a bad hire […]

Top Stories of the Week

Get your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

CareerBuilder and EMSI released a list of the 10 Fastest-Growing Temporary Jobs in Canada.
New research shows that it only takes job seekers 50 seconds to evaluate a job posting.
Did you know there are only four jobs in the whole […]

Top Stories of the Week

Get your weekly roundup of the what happened in the world hiring and job search this week:

The Canadian job market has taken an unexpected tumble, losing 54,500 jobs in March, the worst loss in more than four years.
News doesn’t seem to be much better in States. Even MacDonald’s is requiring a bachelor’s degree and two years’ […]

Generational Gap Series: Managing Different Generations and the Entry of Generation Z

We’ve spent the last three weeks exploring the different generations at play in the workforce; now it’s time to figure out how to possibly manage and accommodate them all. We’ll also take a sneak peek at what Generation Z is shaping up to be like.

 

If you want to recap, you can read up on the […]

Top Stories of the Week

Happy Friday! Time to get your weekly roundup of what happened in hiring and job search this week:

If you’re a young job seeker looking for career advice, there’s lots of voices out there. The folks at YouTern made it easy with their Top 50 Blogs for Young Careerists list.
Australia has opened up international applications for 6 […]

Generational Gap Series: Generation Y in the Workplace

Following on from Baby Boomers and Gen X, this week we look at the most talked-about generations in the workforce: Generation Y.

 
GENERATION Y / MILLENIALS (Born 1979 – 2000)
Generation Y, also known as Millennials, are making up more and more of the workforce every day. It is predicted that by 2020 they will comprise over […]

Job Jumps and Career Changes [INFOGRAPHIC]

Millions of Millennials leave their college nests behind and venture into the workforce each year, but they aren’t sticking to their jobs the way previous generations did. This infographic from Notre Dame College Online shows how due to contrasting values and needs from their predecessors, employers must understand what this new generation is looking for in […]

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Generational Gap Series: Generation X in the Workplace

Following on from the Baby Boomers, this week in our Generational Gap Series we take a look at Generation X; sometimes referred to as the ‘misunderstood generation’.

 
GENERATION X (Born 1965 – 1980)
This relatively small generation is playing an interesting role in today’s workforce. Currently in their 30s and 40s, most Gen Xers are feeling comfortable […]

International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day and today we’re celebrating women in the workforce. We love this video made for International Women’s Day – Celebrating Working Women. It highlights some of the interesting inventions by women, as well as just how far we’ve come in the fight for equality in the workforce worldwide.

While we still have a […]

Generational Gap Series: Baby Boomers in the Workplace

During the month of March we’re taking a look at each of the generations in the workplace in our Generational Gap Series. Find out what characteristics are typical of each generation and the most effective way to manage them.

 

Over the next four weeks we’ll cover four installments:

Baby Boomers in the Workplace
Generation X in the Workplace
Generation […]

The Headhunters on CTV: Hovering helicopter parents just can’t let go

We were asked by CTV News to weigh in on the topic of ‘Helicopter parenting’. Headhunters Managing Partner, Greg Ford, was featured in the news segment which aired on Friday, March 1. He spoke about overzealous parents who are intervening in their child’s job search and careers, even to the point of waiting outside the […]

Stories of the Week

From everyone throwing Marissa Mayer under the bus to the best office Harlem Shakes, it’s a rollercoaster ride this Friday with our top stories of the week:

New trend shows older Canadian workers are finding success in second careers.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock it was hard to avoid the working world backlash to Yahoo’s […]

Stories of the Week

Happy Friday! For your reading pleasure, here are our hand-picked top articles from around the web this week –

 

Congratulations to all the companies that made the list of Canada’s best diversity employers for 2013 – Globe and Mail
A recent study showed women are more willing than men to learn new skills outside of their current […]

Stories of the Week

Here are  some of our top picks from this week’s stories in the world of hiring and job search –

The hot topic of random Drug and Alcohol Testing, especially in Alberta and New Brunswick is coming under judicial scrutiny – Mondaq
An upcoming Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn film looks like it a 2 hour recruitment […]

Stories of the Week

In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories in the world of hiring and job search –

Canadian employment fell for the first time in six months in January. – Bloomberg
Fancy a career change? Here’s 10 In-Demand Jobs That Pay At Least $100,000 you may want to consider – Business Insider
Embrace failure […]

Stories of the Week

It was a bit of a bizarre week in the world of hiring this week! Here are some of our top picks –

The most surprising new hire this week has to go to Blackberry, who named Alicia Keys it’s Global Creative Director – CBC
HMV staff live tweeted their mass firing from the company account in […]

Mondays in 2013 are getting better [INFOGRAPHIC]

Got the Monday Blues? Nothing like an morning infographic to give you a boost! Apparently we’re feeling a lot perkier in January 2013 than one year ago according to the REED Market Insight Report.

 

Mondays in 2013 Are Getting Better! infographic by jamesepiphany.
 

Stories of the Week

Friday’s arrived and just in case you missed them, here’s our top stories of the week from the world of hiring and job search!

Employee poaching: Steve Jobs was not a fan! – Mashable
House cleaning? Gym memberships? What’s workers’ most wanted perk? –  CareerBuilder
Feeling lonely? Research suggests loneliness is bad for your health and your job […]

Stories of the Week

Happy Friday! Lance Armstrong and #Teoing aside, here are our top stories of the week in the world of hiring and job search.

Wall Street was swept up in the purported ‘best cover letter ever’ by finance student Matthew Ross – Business Insider
Do you know the difference between the best talent in-the-market and the best talent […]

Is Your Company in the Giving Spirit?

Christmas decorations are popping up in malls around the country reminding us that yes, it’s that time of year again! But in the corporate world, are we really celebrating the season of giving or getting?

 

Corporate social responsibility can sometimes be like that tree in the forest – if noone’s around to hear it, why bother? […]

TempsAhead Turns 1

We’re turning 1 today!

One year ago the TempsAhead teams in Edmonton and Vancouver were born and we’re thrilled to have helped so many people in the past 12 months. TempsAhead was created as a temporary and contract recruitment division of The Headhunters. It was a deliberate separation to ensure that we had a dedicated temps […]

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9 Weird (and Wonderful) Employee Benefits [INFOGRAPHIC]

“Botox Leave”? Eternity Leave? Just two of the unusual employee benefits found worldwide according to Mercer’s 2012 Worldwide Benefit & Employment Guidelines. These unusual workplace benefits come from all corners of the globe, our favourites include:

Portugal: Employees are entitled to 15 days leave to get married.

France: Employees who are with a company for 24 months […]

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Overqualified and Pessimistic: Today’s Social Job Seeker [INFOGRAPHIC]

A large portion of the workforce feel they are overqualified for their job yet don’t have high hopes of finding a new job. Well at least according to the latest results of the 2012 Jobvite Social Job Seeker Survey.

The results are based on a survey of 2,108 adults, 1,266 of them were in jobs. Respondents were […]

The Headhunters on CTV: Become virtually indispensible to potential employers

Our very own Dave Banns was featured in a Steele On Your Side segment about how to get noticed by employers.

 

The segment which aired on Tuesday, September 4 on CTV featured resume advice for job seekers and tips to differentiate yourself from the rest.

 

View the CTV segment: Become virtually indispensible to potential employers

 

Excerpt from CTV’s website:

Video […]

We Came. We Rode. We Conquered.

It was windy, it was rainy, it was muddy, but most importantly.. it was for a good cause. Over two weekends, June 16-17 & 23-24, our Vancouver and Edmonton teams each participated in the Enbridge Ride To Conquer Cancer.

 

It all began when Sam and Dave from the Vancouver branch started talking about participating in the […]

Now Recruiting in Winnipeg

With an ever expanding tribe, we are excited to introduce our latest addition to the team – Headhunters Winnipeg! We welcome our new Headhunters – Barry, Mike and Amy. Coming from various industry backgrounds they have an impressive collective resume spanning a range of industries.

 
So here’s the skinny on our new recruiting recruits:
 

Name: Barry Milne

Specialty: Senior Accounting […]