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Are Assumptions Limiting Your Candidate Search?

Have you ever experienced a time when your selection committee had difficulty getting past a certain bias they were experiencing in their decision making? It certainly makes for interesting discussion. Part of the challenge is that we are all graduates of our personal experience which we then internalize and establish emotional views of how life should unfold. These so called “assumptions” are very difficult to remove and so we are challenged to move forward.

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Give Yourself a Break

Well, they're over! Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, that is. Gifts were opened, love was everywhere, and the feast of unique traditional foods was an especially good treat.

Family members, where possible, were at your side, and I am sure you found people put aside their worries and woes to mix, mingle, have a good time and celebrate the Canadian life.

So, what are you going to do today?

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Interpersonal Skills are Essential to New Hire Success

A recent Harvard Business Review study indicated that 46% of new hires failed in the first 18 months of their new work and only approximately 20% percent achieved full success in their jobs. The key reason for failure was found to be poor interpersonal skills. 

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Join us in Riding The Wave

It’s Where You Want to Be and Where the Legacy Bowes Group IS!

Recently a 15-month review was conducted of more than 3000 Executive Search Recruiters across the US, Europe and Asia by Hunt Scanlon Media. The results were that “The entire talent industry is at an inflection point and we therefore examine close-up what a number of executive search providers are doing – and how they’re all doubling down on their business offerings.”

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Strength in Tough Times

Picking yourself up after a job loss

Target Canada's announcement of 17,600 pink slips in January 2015 was one of the biggest mass layoffs in Canada in more than 20 years. In one fell swoop, 133 Canadian stores were closed and their employees let go.

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