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Turn your Job Search into a Winter Wonderland!

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It can be tough keeping up with your job search during the winter. What’s most important is understanding why hiring slows down in the colder months, and how you can win that dream role regardless how chilly it is outside. Winter brings its own challenges, and not just digging your car out of the driveway. […]

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Leaders Wanted!

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But where do you apply for a Leadership position? Everywhere! Leaders can take many forms, and while most people might think of their boss, or of a particularly inspirational CEO to be the archetype of a natural leader, we have news for you: You have what it takes to be a leader, too! It takes […]

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Update Your Resume Today. Start Here!

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Removing, reshuffling, and reaffirming your resume can be the key to the future of your career – but how do you know you’re on the right track? Most web resources dedicated to employment will go on at great lengths about resumes, as if some magic phrase or a specific arrangement of words will move a […]

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You’ve Received a Counter Offer, Now What?

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The counter offer is a big grey area of job searches. First step: don’t panic. Covertly, you’ve managed to find a great job to move to. You’ve taken sick days to go to interviews which you’ve nailed, of course (and if interviews freak you out, read our blog post about acing your interview right here); […]

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Vacations: Good for the Body, Mind, and… Economy?

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Most Canadians dream of what we can’t find here at home: palm trees, sandy beaches, or even a cultural vacation in Europe or Asia. However, the reality is that many Canadians aren’t taking their paid vacation time. Those Canadians who receive hourly pay are taking even less time off work than their salaried counterparts. In general, […]

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The Anatomy of an Interview

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Take the power back and ace your interview by following these crucial steps for success. The days leading up to an important interview are nearly always stressful, but as Recruiting in Motion’s Sari Cantor knows, a bit of preparation and some affirmations of confidence can go a long way to not only relieving that stress, […]

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