20 Quick Resume Tips: A Checklist

Before you apply, research the workplace you are requesting to join: Who are the main players there (search them out on social media but do not contact them that way)? What do they produce? Who are their clients? What does the future look like for them? Drop by their location/ offices/ shop/ factory and get... Continue Reading →

Number Crunching and You: Resumes in the Hi-Tech Era

Reblogged from Website Link: http://www.eremedia.com/ere/why-you-cant-get-a-job-recruiting-explained-by-the-numbers/ By Dr. John Sullivan Is your “six seconds of fame” enough to land you a job? As a professor and a corporate recruiting strategist, I can tell you that very few applicants truly understand the corporate recruiting process. Most people looking for a job approach it with little factual knowledge. That... Continue Reading →

Apprenticeship Info sessions: ITA at VIU

Are you currently an apprentice or interested in becoming an apprentice? Are you an employer/sponsor interested in hiring an apprentice? ITA (Industry Training Authority) is coming to town to help you out! Shannon Hanson, Apprenticeship Advisor for Powell River (and other areas) is visiting Powell River at Vancouver Island University's campus 7085 Nootka Street #100, Powell River,... Continue Reading →

Powell River Employers: Career Link needs YOUR help. Take our quick survey today (you can win a prize!)

Calling all Powell River Employers: Career Link is hosting a job fair! Are you having trouble finding qualified, motivated employees? We can help you save both time and money while meeting your recruiting needs. Scheduled for early spring, this free event will bring together employers and jobseekers in a low-pressure, structured environment. Employers will benefit from free... Continue Reading →

New Employee Rises to the Challenge

Coranne Anderson, one of the owners of Aaron Service and Supply, is an enthusiastic supporter of the Wage Subsidy Service [WSS] delivered by Career Link. To date, she has hired three full-time employees through the service. Her newest staff member, Stacy Mogan, celebrated her first anniversary with the company in November. What kind of person were... Continue Reading →

Using the new Work BC Labour Market Navigator

Introducing the new Labour Market Navigator!  On March 21st WorkBC.ca launched a new online tool that helps users navigate their way through over 500 careers. The tool provides information on employment demand outlook, projected job openings, workforce characteristics, and earnings. Information is presented in an easily accessible infographic format.  The featured content section of... Continue Reading →

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