22 Sep

5 Tips to Find Top Talent in the Mining Industry

Posted by George Hoadley

Mining is expanding in almost every province, from BC to Nova Scotia, from Manitoba to Alberta. The Northwest Territories are getting in on the action, and Ontario, a hub for many mining companies, is set to continue exploration and expansion.

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20 Sep

4 Tips for Hiring Managers Who Need to Hire Engineers

Posted by Andrea Ryan

Hiring managers have a demanding job: You’re under pressure to find the best and most talented people for roles in your company. The turnover rate in your business reflects on your ability to hire those people. Your colleagues expect you to be able to find the right people in the shortest amount of time and in the most cost-effective way.

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18 Sep

“Going Green”: 4 Things to Know about Sustainable Engineering

Posted by Howard Gang

It seems like these days, everyone is concerned about “going green.” No matter the industry—from construction to mining to oil & gas—everyone is talking about sustainability.

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Topics: Industry News
15 Sep

Hiring Managers: How to Set Expectations in the Interview

Posted by Brad Holtkamp

Hiring managers want to make the best possible hire each and every time, for every role in the company. It’s a tall order for even the most experienced of hiring managers. You have to assess the candidate based on a resume, a cover letter, and an interview or two. It’s not much to go on when you’re hiring someone who could be with your company for years.

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Topics: Hiring
13 Sep

The 2017/2018 Engineering and Technical Salary Guide Is Now Available!

Posted by Brad Holtkamp

Canadian engineering and technical industries have experienced dependable growth over the past decade in sectors such as mining, petrochemical, construction, and beyond. Due to advances in innovative technologies and the impending retirement of thousands of baby boomers, 2017 and 2018 will continue to see a rising demand for engineering and technical talent.

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Topics: Industry News

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