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Summary of hirings and dismissals – March 2019

Here is a summary of the companies where jobs were created and others were lost during the month of March 2019. HIRINGS  Canopy Growth received a production license from Health Canada for its facility in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The company has the green light to start producing 5,000 kg of legal cannabis annually. More than […]


Company life

Do You Know How to Unplug Yourself?

Evenings, weekends, holidays: you can’t help avoid taking a peek at your work inbox to deal with details and emergencies or leave your phone turned on in case someone needs you. At a time when more and more countries are putting laws in place that favour the right to disconnect, learn about the best reflexes to completely cut […]


Training

Lawyers and Other Jurists: Who Does What?

Lawyers, notaries, judges, legal counsels, paralegals and other employees in the legal world are all jurists, but certain of these professions are more clearly defined by law. A quick look at what differentiates a lawyer from a jurist: they get confused for each other sometimes, however they’re not interchangeable. https://www.legaljobs.ca/tools-and-resources/topics/legal-issues/ “Objection, Your Honour!” although, in the popular […]


Jobs search

Job search: make it personal

To find a job adapted to your needs and abilities, it’s essential to personalize your cv. But what aspects should you focus on to pique the interest of the recruiter? An expert answers us. In response to a job offer, an employer can often receive more than a hundred applications. The CV and cover letter […]


Career management

Do you have a career development plan?

In life, we often like to believe in our lucky star… From a professional point of view, establishing a career development plan can actually help the stars to align themselves. A career plan: a development tool that we’ve all heard about, but… who has one? However, according to Al Dea, career development specialist, those who […]


Training

How do you become a cook?

With the shortage of cooks, it’s a good time to put on an apron! But what does it take to be a chef? According to Jean-Louis Thémis, a cook and retired professor at the Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ), it is first and foremost essential to be fond of good food! Learn […]


Company life

“Sell” Your Projects to Your Staff and Keep the Team Spirit

Project managers have a role of management, but also of attraction. Here are some tips to rally your troops to your projects and make sure that there is some benefit for everyone involved while keeping the team spirit. Create an optimal atmosphere Since a lot of time is spent at work, it’s important to have […]


Training

Finding a Job is Easier for Graduates

Is it easy for university graduates to find a first job? Twenty months after their studies, two–thirds of Bachelors and more than three-quarters of Masters had a full-time or part-time job, according to the latest Relance survey from the Quebec’s Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, published in 2017. For those who obtained a […]


News

How AI Will Transform the Pharmaceutical Sector

The search for new biological targets, assessment of the toxicity of molecules for medicines, optimization of clinical trial procedures, the innovative path towards personalized medicine… Here is a small glimpse of the potential for artificial intelligence in the pharmaceutical sector, in full growth right here in Canada. DNA alone contains 100 million base pairs. Elements, […]


Company life

Following Up Overdue Accounts – Between Diplomacy and Firmness

In the life of an accounting clerk, dealing with the company’s overdue accounts is a task often that requires a certain diplomacy: it is necessary to claim what is due, while taking care of the relationship with the client. How can this be done? Be discreet According to Steve Fournier, Accounts Receivable Analyst in Finance […]


News

Is There a Labour Shortage in the Restaurant Industry?

More and more restaurants are struggling to find chefs and cooks, so much so that some are finding creative ways of competing to fill their vacancies. The shortage of qualified labour to work in the kitchen is very real and has been felt more this summer than ever before. From the Gaspé to Victoria, many […]


Jobs search

Some Tips for Finding an Evening Job

To make ends meet, or just to have a variety of work experiences, it can be interesting to consider an evening job. Here are some tips to find the one that will suit your personality and your schedule. Regardless of your professional situation, holding a part-time evening job could let you boost your income while […]


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