How to Post a Job on Google

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By Jean-Christophe Chouinard, SEO Specialist, and Marie-Claude Savoie, Marketing Editor at Jobillico. Starting April 2018, Canadians nationwide will be able to access job postings matching such searches as “jobs near me”, “teacher jobs in Northern Ontario” or “jobs at Jobillico Toronto” via Google. Of course, the question is “How can a small business leverage this [...]

The Seven Secrets to Writing a Great Job Posting for the Web

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By Miguel Pancardo, Web Referencing Specialist, and Marie-Claude Savoie, Marketing Editor, at Jobillico. An attractively crafted posting is the most important ingredient for your online recruiting. Given this, it’s no wonder that the ability to write web-specific contents has become increasingly sought-after by employers! A well-written posting will help with the online optimization of your [...]

Jobillico is Announcing Its Partnership with Google to Streamline Job Searches in Canada

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By Marie-Claude Savoie, Marketing Editor at Jobillico. Jobillico is proud to partner with Google in launching the web giant’s new job search feature for the Canadian job market. With this collaboration comes the opportunity for employers across Canada to share their job postings on the foremost search engine worldwide! [Source image : https://www.blog.google/products/search/connecting-more-americans-jobs/ ] Jobillico’s priority [...]

How Can You Make Your Employees Happier?

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By Marie-Claude Savoie, Marketing Editor at Jobillico Did you know that as many as 36% of workers would give up something like $ 5,000 on their yearly income just to feel happier at work? How important could this be? What are the benefits of a happy workplace? And the big question is: how do you [...]

Understanding the ‘Job Consumer’

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By Stéphane Jean, Chief Marketing Officer at Jobillico, in collaboration with Marie-Claude Savoie, Marketing Editor at Jobillico. The internet has completely changed the way we get our information. It has also made it possible to get practically anything we need (or don’t, as the case may be) without the need to even step out of [...]

INTERVIEW : The Concept of the Three “Vs”

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According to a study from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), people evaluate each other using the three “Vs” concept: Visual (appearance in general) Vocal (voice, intonation and tone) Verbal (words and vocabulary) About 93% of the effectiveness of a person’s communication depends on nonverbal communication. Another study, conducted by a professor of [...]

The Art of Welcoming a New Employee

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You have finally found your one-in-a-million employee! After all your efforts throughout the recruiting and selection process, you want this new employee to succeed in their job and hopefully, stay in your team for years, right? It is here that your reception and integration process plays a crucial role. However, most employers don’t see proper [...]

Four Reasons Why Recognition Isn’t so Common

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Last night I was in a Dale Carnegie training session where participants had to provide a report on how they’d used one of the Leadership principles over the past week.  One participant took a different approach to this assignment and provided a report on how someone used the Leadership Principle on him and on how [...]

One for All and All for One!

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This old adage, the motto of the Three Musketeers, perfectly embodies the philosophy of relay racing though, of course, living up to it is not always as easy as it sounds. Robert Esmie, Glenroy Gilbert, Donovan Bailey and myself, Bruny Surin, were four teammates but also four individual athletes with enormous ambition and unlimited aspirations. [...]