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Quand vos affaires personnelles franchissent la ligne

La ligne est mince entre la vie personnelle et la vie professionnelle. C'est plus vrai que jamais puisque la technologie nous suit partout. Il est si facile de faire défiler les courriels de travail pendant que vous attendez que votre émission de télévision préférée démarre sur Netflix, ou apporter votre portable du bureau à la

By | February 21st, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Opinion|0 Comments

When your Personal Stuff Crosses the Line

The line is thin between personal and professional life. This is truer now more than ever, since the technology is following us everywhere. It is so easy to scroll through work emails while you are waiting for your favorite TV Show to start on Netflix or bring your work laptop home to work on this

By | February 21st, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Opinion|0 Comments

Candidate experience: Exciting times ahead for 2018

Candidate experience is defined as how job seekers perceive and react to employers’ sourcing, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and onboarding processes. Now let's re-wind 10 years to when a candidate would be dropping their CVs on reception desks or better yet faxing them through speculatively and not getting a reply of any sort, to 5 years

By | February 12th, 2018|Categories: Opinion|0 Comments

The Big M

If you are like me, the hardest questions during interviews are the vaguest ones about values and motivation. To answer these questions, you need to be aware of why you make job related decisions; very often we act on a hunch, hoping for the best. Though sometimes effective, it’s not the best habit. We spend

By | February 5th, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Job Satisfaction, Opinion|0 Comments

Gaining Momentum this Year, and Maintaining it

Happy new year to you that’s reading! I really hope you’ve gotten off to a good start so far, considering the year is still new.  I honestly believe that this year will be exactly what you make it; whether it be professionally, relationally or academically. Believe it or not, we are all in a position

By | February 1st, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Opinion|0 Comments

Trusted Advisor

When thinking about what it means to be a trusted advisor, I am often reminded that we overcomplicate things. Recently my daughter was diagnosed with a relapse to her cancer. She had less than 5% chance of relapse, and so this was obviously a sad and shocking turn of events.  There are things that happen

By | January 5th, 2018|Categories: Opinion|1 Comment

New Crew on Board! How Do You Welcome New Employees?

This year, I took part in local workshops about building so-called “dream-teams”. A meeting itself aimed at building successful/desired teams specifically in start-ups. What came beyond the organizer’s expectations was that some participants like me were coming not only from different industries but also from various types of organizations. Bunch of individuals representing start-ups and

By | December 29th, 2017|Categories: Opinion, Training|0 Comments

How to survive the Holiday Season professionally

With winter holidays in full swing, we can feel different emotions gearing up to burst. Whether you are a current job seeker or happily employed, you can meet some ups and downs during this season. Are you one of those people who light up together with all the Christmas candles and decorations? Or are you

By | December 22nd, 2017|Categories: Opinion, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Recruiting Pre-internet

My career in recruiting started back when the internet was still in its infancy.  The invention and implementation of the world wide web took place in the late 80’s and 90’s however, it wasn’t until about 1996-1998 that the commercialization of the web really started to take off.  Despite this, the internet was still not

By | December 8th, 2017|Categories: Featured, Opinion|0 Comments

Chocolate Cake and Icing of Work

Much has been written about the role of work in our lives. And this is not simply another article to add to the contemporary warehouse of views and opinions regarding the role of work. Rather this article if focused on something rarely written about or discussed, something I call the “Chocolate Cake and Icing

By | December 6th, 2017|Categories: Opinion|0 Comments