The City of Penticton’s Economic Development department is organizing the Hiring & Workforce Housing Forum on Sept. 18, 2019, a ground-breaking event that intends to handle some of the most complex challenges faced by the workplaces today.
This stream is intended to give hands on training and valuable resources to those looking to up their game and reach the right labour market. The full-day event will host experts, running interactive workshops to help employers learn the latest concepts, achieve same-day results and gain new skills to help your organization attract your ideal recruit and scope out new opportunities.
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With the announcement of the sale of Workopolis to Indeed’s parent company, Careerleaf’s thoughts are with the Niche Network Partners, many of whom worked with our own VP of Revenue Operations Jonathan Page when he managed partnerships for Workopolis, as they deal with the uncertainty caused by this announcement.
Jonathan is directly supporting current partners by telephone and email to support them at this challenging time.
We have heard from WNN partners that other white label job board providers are aggressively pursuing them for quick technology transitions. However, Careerleaf is advising WNN partners not to panic, but to take quick actions to mitigate uncertainty. Here are the 4 areas, we recommend you concentrate on.
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It’s no secret – when it comes to the CEO position, women are grossly underrepresented in the Canadian workplace. If this list of Canada’s top 100 earning CEOs serves as an appropriate sample, women only represent 3% of these business leaders. Just three percent! The rest of the workplace is 47% female.
It’s a contrast for those of us at Careerleaf, where we’re led by our CEO Afifa Siddiqui. As it turns out, we also came upon the opportunity to feature her for Women in Leadership, a national charity that aims to inspire Canadian women to fulfill their potential by assembling communities, providing mentoring, and organizing networking events.
Curiously, WIL was more interested in telling Afifa’s story as an entrepreneur, rather than her role as our office’s primary merchant of chocolate. Even so, we jumped at the chance, and the feature has just gone live. Check it out here!
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Careerleaf is proud to share the news that we are among the finalists nominated for the 2015 Onrec Online Recruiting Awards. Careerleaf is pleased to have been made a finalist in the category of Best Online Candidate Experience for a supplier, and for our very own Careerleaf employees, Roman Lyashov and Jon Gaulin, to have been nominated for Personality of the Year and Unsung Hero of the Year, respectively.
But that’s not all!
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How did Careerleaf get started?The idea we had was to help the average job seeker find their place in the world of work. At the time, I was running my company, TeamCronos, a niche recruiting firm, where we place specialized engineers at the top of their fields. While working with the top 5% of my industry, folks who didn’t necessarily need help finding work, I was also seeing most job seekers we came in contact with struggle to do a job search. The majority of the population doesn’t get much help with landing their ideal careers. And interestingly, many job seekers are doing things that are not necessarily in their best interests. I saw a problem to solve.
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This month Careerleaf has launched ApplyBetter.com, a consumer-facing site for job seekers that utilizes our best-in-class Candidate Tools.
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The 2013 Onrec Award Winner for the best niche technical innovation went to 247 Recruit for their 1ClickCV product built by Toronto software platform Careerleaf.
The award was presented to 247 MD Andrew Bird by Martin Blythe, Director of OnRec sponsor Searchability on March 20th at The Grange Hotel in London, UK.
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At Careerleaf we’ve got lots to say on job searching and presenting yourself in the best light when you’re on the job hunt. Here we are around the web with lots of advice to job seekers and recruiters:
- Afifa Siddiqui: 9 Great Ways for Job Seekers to Stand Out During the Application Process on Jobacle.com
- Afifa Siddiqui: Self-Presentation and Your Career via TheLadders.com
- Mark Lesiw: How the Job Board You Use Reflects Your Personal Brand via CareerCast.com
- Afifa Siddiqui: 7 Terrible Ways to Search for a Job via BusinessInsider.com
Careerleaf’s job seeker tools have also been reviewed by the Boston Public Library and AppVita: