Since 1999, ReCareer, a team of Recruitment and HR specialists, has worked in partnership with a diverse range of industries to help them maximize their "Human Capital." Our integrated business model provides our customers with in-house Recruitment and HR services in a more effective and efficient manner than traditional recruitment models.
We stand apart from the competition in our approach and methodology. Our proven record of sourcing and selecting excellent candidates has contributed to our success and that of our clients. We provide custom solutions that are flexible, affordable and efficient.
Our services help you avoid the middleperson in the hiring process. We provide expert sourcing, qualifying, hiring and related HR services and are fully integrated within your company and corporate culture. We can leverage your brand more effectively within the recruitment clutter, ensuring higher visibility and the ability to attract better candidates more efficiently.
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Canada Employment News Centre - Recent Events
The Government of Canada believes harassment and sexual violence are wrong - they have no place at work, or anywhere. All Canadians deserve to be treated fairly and protected from harm while at work.
Government of Canada wraps up consultations on how to make a more accessible Canada for people with disabilities
Over the past five months, the Government of Canada has held public sessions across Canada as part of a consultation process to inform planned federal accessibility legislation. The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, is leading discussions on the barriers to accessibility that Canadians face in their daily lives.
Summer work experience for students helps them prepare for good, well-paying jobs as they start their careers-strengthening our middle class and keeping our economy growing.
The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, announced today that the Agreement on Social Security between the Government of Canada and the Government of the People's Republic of China will come into force on January 1, 2017.
Starting next month, the Employment Insurance (EI) waiting period will be shortened from two weeks to one week. This measure is part of the Government of Canada's robust plan to improve the EI program and help Canada's middle class and those working hard to join it.