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Navigating Company Culture

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The term company culture gets used a lot in recruiting and job searching. It’s the concept that above and beyond the work experience required to take on a job, a candidate needs to be a good fit for the company as a whole. In theory, it’s an easy concept, but it can be difficult to communicate your company culture if you’re a hiring manger. It can also be difficult for a job seeker to figure out if they’re a good fit for a company’s culture. Here are some of our tips for navigating the company culture question. For Hiring Managers…

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Do’s and Don’ts of Job Searching

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We know job searching can be tough and incredibly frustrating but as experts in the field, we want to share some advice to make the process a bit easier. Here is our curated list of Do’s and Don’ts for job searching: DO take the time to think about what you’re looking for in your next job. What are your nonnegotiable requirements? What does your ideal role look like? What key companies do you want to look into? DON’T start job searching without a plan. You need know what you want to do, the skills and experience you have, and know…

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Recruiting in Motion Helping Students in KW

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In our last blog post, we shared our top tips for hiring new graduates. Helping to shape the next generation of new graduates, our Recruiting in Motion – Kitchener Waterloo office has established a co-op placement program for high school students. Leslie Heathers, Director, Placement Services at Recruiting in Motion – Kitchener Waterloo started the co-op program to expand the office’s connection to the local community and assist students who are particularly interested in finance and accounting “I wanted them to see all the different sides of recruiting,” Leslie said, identifying that these great students really get involved in the…

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Tips For Hiring New Grads

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It’s the time of year again when new university and college graduates are looking for jobs. Although the influx of potential candidates is great for filling any unoccupied positions, there are a few things to keep in mind when hiring your new employees straight out of school. New graduates are generally quite excited to get into the work force but make sure you give these potential employees a thorough interview to gauge their maturity, and ability to work and excel in your company. There is no doubt that new graduates will need some extra training and as such, it can…

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