Want to know how to stand out from hundreds of resumes?

Ever get tongue-tied during an interview?

We’re offering a FREE workshop for Edmonton job seekers to help you stand out from the crowd. Don’t resign your job search to the rejection pile! Get practical advice to spearhead your search in this informative workshop.

Thursday, October 25, 2012
Edmonton Petroleum Club, 11110 108 Street
Networking from 5:30 pm
Speaker and Q&A from 6pm – 7pm


  • Resume Tips: 5 ways to grab an employer’s attention
  • How to get hired in 30 seconds
  • 3 top questions employers ask to stump you
  • What hiring managers really want to hear in an interview

After the speaker session, you will have one-on-one access to all of our Recruitment Consultants.

PLUS! Bring a friend that is not already registered with The Headhunters or TempsAhead and go in the draw to WIN AN IPOD.

Reserve your spot now by emailing rsvp@theheadhunters.ca or phone 780.4868377. Registrations close October 18, 2012.

Get tweeting with our event hashtag! #GetHired2012



Danielle Bragge is a partner and co-founder of Talentclick, The Headhunters and TempsAhead. She has been training and developing people for over 20 years. Her wealth of management experience in the past 13 years has spanned a range of management roles, working for Fortune 500 and Top 50 companies, and managing branches across Canada. Prior to this Danielle worked internationally where she ran her own business in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Over the years Danielle has worked with organizations such as Siemens, Enbridge, Total, Anglo American, Microsoft and Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Along with training and development, Danielle is also a frequent speaker and career development coach. She has won many awards for service excellence within the recruitment business and has developed deep ties to the HR community in Alberta. Danielle’s passion is developing human capital and building business communities. She offers her audience a knowledge of emerging hiring trends and gives advice on what employers are looking for when hiring top talent.