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Quebec minimum wage to go up to $11.25

Quebec’s minimum wage workers will see a slightly bigger paycheque starting this spring. The minimum wage will go up by 50 cents on May 1, 2017, bringing the total to $11.25 per hour. Click here to read the full article.

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What can I do if my former employer only gives factual references?

With factual references becoming far more common, your new employer might be satisfied with a simple response. But if they’re not, we’ve thought of a few things you could try. Click here to read the full article.

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How to Streamline Your Resume and Make It Stand Out

Your resume is essentially your first impression to an employer. It’s your chance to show off your skills, your education, and all the experience you have that makes you the perfect fit for a job.  To help you out, I’m sharing a few tips on how to streamline your resume … Click here to read

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A Quick Recall On The Top Hiring Trends In 2016

According to Adam Robinson, CEO of hiring software technology Hireology, a lot of companies are starting to make preparations for the shrinking number of workforce. Hireology found that in just about seven years, the number of trainable and promotable people will decrease by 10%. Click here to read the full article.

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How to use LinkedIn to find your dream job

When you’re looking for your dream job, or even just your next job, LinkedIn can be one of the best tools at your disposal – but only if you know how best to use it. Click here to read the full article.

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