Recruitment

Recruitment

Work Placement: Co-ops and More

The term work placement has come to mean many things to many employers. From short-term job placements to discovering top performers, providing industry experience to those pursuing educational goals can be a very successful component of your hiring strategy.

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Mobilité Francophone: How BC Tourism And Hospitality Employers Can Recruit Skilled Talent From Brussels

Struggling to hire service supervisors, managers or other specialized service occupations (e.g. Chefs, Cooks, Bakers, Executive Housekeepers, F&B Supervisors, F&B Managers, etc.)? Mobilité Francophone may be of interest to you and Actiris Brussels can assist.

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Employer Branding: Branding Your Company as an Employer of Choice

Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Many of your businesses serve BC’s growing demand as a tourist destination by attracting the right employees. To remain competitive among employers for eligible workers, companies need to brand themselves as an employer of choice – as a great place to work.

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Legal Issues You Need to Consider in Your Recruiting Process

When starting the recruiting process, it is important to be aware of certain legal issues in order to minimize risk. Job postings, interview questions, checking references and making job offers all need to be done in a way that meets legal requirements.

Recruitment

Tips For A Successful New Hire Orientation

Research shows that successful orientation reduces staff turnover, increases productivity and boosts morale. This will initiate a positive working relationship with your employees and improve your bottom line.

Recruitment

Planning the Steps in Your Recruitment

How you plan your recruiting is important not only to ensure you find the right person for a job opening, but also because the costs of bad recruitment decisions can be very high in terms of both time and money.

Recruitment

Preparing & Conducting Interviews

Being well prepared and then conducting an interview methodically will help you make the most of this important recruitment tool.

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Government Programs That Help You Find New Employees

The Federal and Provincial Governments have created programs that help bridge the gap between people receiving social assistance with businesses looking for employees. As you participate in these initiatives, your business becomes part of the solution — helping more people contribute to the economy while building your business at the same time. A win-win situation for everyone.

Recruitment

Resources for Recruiting from Diverse Labour Pools

Do you have a challenging time finding reliable and dedicated employees? Think outside the box by hiring from diverse labour pools. Diverse labour pools provide you access to a wealth of skilled and talented people: The immigrant workforce; Canadian-born visible minorities; persons with disabilities; and Indigenous Peoples.

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Tapping into BC’s Skilled and Growing Indigenous Labour Market

British Columbia's Indigenous Peoples are emerging as an important part of the solution to the labour shortages facing the province's tourism industry.