Recruiter’s Advice

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    Receive A Job Counter-Offer? Don’t Take It

    This article written by Hal Reiter was published on on June 30, 2008. Pitting your employer against another in a bidding war for you is often career suicide. A few years […]

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    Kicking bad habits for the good of your career

    This article was originally published by the Globe and Mail on Thursday, June 24, 2011 and written by Wallace Immen. It wasn’t only his cocaine use that got Charlie Sheen booted from […]

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  • References matter.

     While a great resume may land the candidate an interview, glowing references will seal the deal.  Whether a candidate has years of experience under their belt or is entering the workforce, the […]

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  • The Importance of Connecting with Colleagues

    Evidence indicates that high “self-monitoring” can make or break a career. When she started her job as an accounting associate, Heather Moseley was assigned to a cubicle right outside the office of […]

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  • Don’t get caught lying on your résumé

    On paper, his résumé was impressive: He had earned an MBA, was a past vice-president of Hudson’s Bay Co., and a holder of the prestigious Order of Toronto. But after he was […]

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  • How to deal with gaps in your résumé

    As many people hit by layoffs in this economy find the search for new work taking longer, experts offer advice on how to deal with gaps between jobs and the bigger blanks […]

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  • The New Job Is in the Details

    With so many qualified professionals still seeking work, even the slightest misstep can cause you the job. During the screening process, it’s best to pay attention to even the smallest details — […]

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  • How not to ruin a job interview

    It can take months to get an interview but just seconds to blow it. The author talked to hiring experts about some of the biggest gaffes candidates make – and how to avoid them. The […]

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  • Runner-up? Then follow up

    If you don’t get the position you wanted to be hired for, stay in touch, the experts say. It seemed like a dream match for Lawrence Franco. In successive rounds of interviews […]

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  • Why That Plum Job Abroad Could Be a Rotten Move

    With eight years of international experience on two continents under your belt, you figured you were on a fast track to a C-suite job.  Well, think again. Monika Hamori and Burak Koyuncu […]

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