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  • ce-may-29-2024 New University and College Grads Entering into Dampened Job Market London, Ontario - 05/29/2024 While Canadian companies continue to show interest in hiring them in 2024, recent university and college graduates are facing a weaker job market compared to the previous few years, according to a recent Express Employment Professionals-Harris Poll.
    ce-may-15-2024-image Career Gaps Not a Problem According to Canadian Hiring Managers London, Ontario - 05/15/2024

    Many Canadian job seekers (34%) worry that having a career gap in their resume would prevent them from being hired, but most hiring managers say they are not a problem, according to a newly released Express Employment Professionals-Harris Poll survey.

     
    ce- arpil-24-24-image 1 in 3 Canadian Job Seekers Have Paused Starting a Family Due to Lack of Work/Life Balance London, Ontario - 04/10/2024

     A new survey released today is shedding light on one of the reasons Canada’s fertility rate has hit its lowest level in recorded history. According to a newly released Express Employment Professionals-Harris Poll survey, one-third of employed job seekers (33%) say they have put starting a family on hold due to a lack of work/life balance. This includes 42% of Gen Z and 39% of Millennial job seekers.

    canada-employed-april-10-image Canadian Employees Want Better Benefits; Companies Say They Can’t Keep Up London, Ontario - 04/10/2024 Getting an interview is a big step forward in the job application process, but it can make or break a candidate’s ability to get hired. While it may seem obvious to most that professionalism is expected, both Canadian hiring managers and job seekers say they’ve seen some pretty wild behaviour.
    ce-april-27-24-image Unprofessional Behaviour Costing Canadians Job Offers London, Ontario - 03/27/2024 Getting an interview is a big step forward in the job application process, but it can make or break a candidate’s ability to get hired. While it may seem obvious to most that professionalism is expected, both Canadian hiring managers and job seekers say they’ve seen some pretty wild behaviour.