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COVID-19 Special – Report on hirings and dismissals – August 2020

For several weeks now, the Quebec economy has been recovering. Is the return to work reflected in the statistics? Which sectors of the economy are doing the best? And which ones are still recording losses? According to data from the results of Statistics Canada’s Labor Force Survey (LFS) covering the period July 12-18, 2020, the […]


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Special COVID-19 – review of hirings and dismissals – July 2020

In recent weeks, the Quebec economy has been gradually recovering. Is the return to work reflected in the statistics? According to the results of Statistics Canada’s Labor Force Survey released on July 10, the answer is yes. In fact, after an increase in employment of 231,000 in May, Quebec experienced an increase of 247,500 in […]


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Etiquette in non-assigned offices

Gone are the traditional custom offices for each employee! Companies are now opting for spaces where everyone can work wherever they want, respecting the strictest health standards, while deconfinement is well underway in Canada. Open areas, conference rooms, semi-private rooms and even lounges are being made available to staff. These redesigned offices are perfect for […]


Oddly enough

Original teleworking!

A little relaxation 🙂   


News

Working From Home 101

During this period of the COVID-19 pandemic, where physical distancing is essential, many professionals are discovering teleworking and attempting to tame this new way of accomplishing their tasks. However, this comes with challenges, especially if it lacks structure… and fun. Here are five tips for getting your work done well at home. Create a routine […]


Company life

Accounting – How to Adapt to Your Clients

Accountants have to deal with clients who are working in areas far removed from numbers. It is tempting to refuse to have business links with those who have the potential to test your patience… Here are skills to develop to successfully steer your business relationships. This will help you avoid dealing with toxic situations. Know […]


News

When going far away to work gives a boost to your career

Security guard, kitchen help, longshoremen, technical workers, crane operators, waiters… There is no shortage of job openings in Prince Rupert. In this village of 12,000 inhabitants located on the shores of the North Pacific, two hours by boat from Alaska, the port is in an economic boom, to the point that businesses are struggling to […]


Career management

5 Ways to Network Like a Pro

There is no longer any doubt about the many benefits of networking. How can you use it to stand out and, especially, to avoid missing opportunities? Here are five strategies to achieve this! Have a clear plan  It’s not enough to dress up! Before the meeting, make sure to review the goals. If possible, take […]


Company life

Mastering the Art of Collections

In an ideal world, all customers would pay their bills. However, for reasons of dissatisfaction, due to financial problems or outright dishonesty, some consumers don’t. Knowing how to collect amounts due without harming long-term relationships with customers is the job of the collection agent. Here are some key points he has to master. The golden […]


Training

Propelling Your Career by Becoming a CPA

Courted in all sectors of activity, the CPA (Certified Professional Accountant) flaunts their acronym with pride. And for good reason! At the crossroads of accounting and management, CPAs are accountants “to the tenth power”. With a bachelor’s degree and advanced graduate training, they have spent two years in an internship and passed the cross-Canada exam […]


Jobs search

Looking For a Job? Here’s What to Avoid at All Costs!

Finding an exciting and rewarding job is not easy! Here are some faux pas that can ruin everything… right from square one. Not coming to terms with a job experience Dismissal, psychological harassment, seeking new challenges… The end of a job should never be taken lightly. It’s necessary to take the time to take on […]


Career management

Are you a slasher?

Philippe, 56 years old, has been a merchant for more than thirty years. Several years ago, he gave himself the “leisure” to develop other skills, to the point that today he presents himself as a merchant/CEGEP teacher/trainer/musician. You will understand, the “slasher” label comes from the accumulation of angled bars, slashes, on the presentation. Like […]


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