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SAMPLES OF WORK
Since the start of the year, we have seen an employment market that has been touch and go. The hiring landscape saw an abundance of candidates, but exceptional talent remained a rare unicorn that both recruitment agencies and employers chased after. Suffice it to say, it’s a candidate’s market. [Read More…]
A quote by Michael LeBoeuf states that “every company’s greatest assets are its customers, because without customers there is no company.” The many variances of this quote as spoken by several business influencers suggests that there is great truth in this maxim.
Leading businesses are consistently working to improve their customer experiences; and as the evolution of smart bots continues at a rapid pace, many are looking at how to successfully integrate these into their daily operations. [Read More…]
With the rapid growth of AI technology before us now, the HR and Recruitment industries are experiencing operational disruption at an unprecedented rate – so much so that many businesses are uncertain on how to keep up.
People are talking about the many ways that AI-powered bots are disrupting the recruitment industry, but are they really? [Read More…]
The current job market is seeing a wide range of ages applying for work, with an unnecessary skew towards hiring the more technologically advanced Millennials.
Passionate conversations around housing, education, social welfare and employment are being had; and we hear the frustration, pain and discouragement in many of these discussions. [Read More…]
There are no real statistics to show when bullying has started. If we were to dig as deep as we could, we would probably find that bullying has been around since the beginning of time.
Experts define bullying as repeated and unwanted behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. In essence, for an act to be considered bullying, it needs to be:
- Repeated, and
- Resulting in a Power Imbalance