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Sounds like you’ve got a Masters Degree in Lived Experience

Are degrees still relevant? We might argue, not always. Job-posting data shows that between 2012-2022 companies in Canada reduced university degree requirements by 13%. Imagine if more companies rated candidates based on talent and skills rather than solely on academic qualifications. Well, they’re starting to. Companies like Apple and IBM no longer require a college […]

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10 ways to make job descriptions more holistic and accessible

We’ve reached an exciting milestone: with over 100 clients to date, we’ve produced upwards of 150 opportunity briefs (job descriptions) to attract candidates. We are appreciative when job seekers and colleagues alike trust us to receive their ideas, and open our eyes to ways we can improve a candidate’s first experience with us. More often

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Workplace Wellness: From Surviving to Thriving

Workplace wellness strategies for the post-pandemic world As Nova Scotians continue to process trauma from the events of the past two and a half years, the prioritization of employee mental health continues to gain momentum.  Earlier this month, Karn Nichols, Executive Director of Canadian Mental Health Association, NS Division (CMHA) and Bradley Daye, Co-Founder and

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