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Relationship Recruiting posted on 11:10 AM, November 4, 2014
Recently, the Calgary Herald ran a multi-media feature on the changing world of work. I was quoted in the discussion about whether we are in a skills gap era. The quotes come from the following document,...
The Disconnect: Do we really have a skills shortage? Or just a communication problem posted on 10:06 AM, November 3, 2014
The Calgary Herald recently published a feature article series entitled “Work in Progress”. Click here to see the article in which Paul Smith is quoted, “The Disconnect: Do we really have a skills...
Condolences for the family and friends of Cpl Cirillo and W.O. Vincent posted on 10:30 AM, October 23, 2014
Over the past few days we have seen violent and senseless acts claim the lives of two members of the Canadian Armed Forces. First, on Monday, Warrant officer Patrice Vincent died after being struck by...
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