Four Things to Remember When Building Your Reference List

Reference checks are usually done during the final stages of the interview process and are often used to support an employer’s hiring decision. Having a strong list of references that can speak positively of your performance at work and professional strengths will only help you when you want to land... Read More

Added on 02/08/2019 by Ashley Sanchez

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: The Most Common Lies on Resumes and How to Catch Them

According to Peter Harris from Career Beacon, the unemployment rate in Canada is at an all-time low - Canada kicked off 2019 with a historically low 5.6 percent unemployment rate! If that is the case, why are job seekers still lying on their resumes? A study conducted by CareerBuilder indicat... Read More

Added on 02/01/2019 by Kimberly Chan-Fee

The Candidate Experience: Reducing Anxiety During Background Checks

Whether potential new hires have something to hide or not, background screening generally brings up feelings of uneasiness. Candidates often wonder: “What are they trying to uncover - do they think I am suspicious?” “Why do I have to provide so much personal information?” “Who will they contact... Read More

Added on 01/25/2019 by Kimberly Chan-Fee