Canada Road Safety Week – May 15th-21st

This week, May 15th-21st, is Canada Road Safety Week! This initiative is led by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police’s Traffic Safety Committee.  Read more ›

5 Tips for Grads Entering the Workforce

Are you fresh out of college/university and looking to start your career? This time of your life can be very exciting but very stressful. We’re here to make things easier with 5 tips for grads! These tips are designed to help you apply for great jobs, ace the interview, and find a career you’ll love! Read more ›

International Workers Day – May 1st

Today is International Workers Day! International Workers Day (also known as Worker Day or Labour Day) is celebrated every May 1st and is dedicated to the working men/women that are working hard each and every day to make a living wage for themselves and their families. Read more ›

April 28th – National Day of Mourning

This Saturday April 28th is The National Day of Mourning. This day is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives, or suffered injury or illness, due to a work-related tragedy. Read more ›

Winter Tips & a Hopeful Outlook on Spring

If you live in the GTA like us, you’ve been experiencing some interesting winter weather over the last couple of days. It looks like spring is on hold until further notice.

While we sit fingers-crossed hoping for nicer weather there are also a few things we can do to keep ourselves happy and healthy through the last part of this (very long) winter. Read more ›

5 Steps to Leave a Job You Don’t Like

While we hope that the first job we find for you will be your home for many years we realize that this is not always the case. For one reason or another you may not be happy with the job you are currently doing. If that’s the case then don’t worry, we can help you find other employment! However, there is a right and wrong way to leave a job you don’t like.  Read more ›

Equal Pay Day 2018

Today is Equal Pay Day. This day is dedicated to bringing attention to the wage gap that exists between working women and working men in Canada. Read more ›

Understanding Workplace Harassment

The Ontario Health and Safety Act defines workplace harassment as:

Engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably known to be unwelcome.

What exactly does this definition mean? What types of behaviour is considered harassment in the workplace? How can we prevent harassment and what should we do if we have experienced harassment in the workplace? Below is a complete guide to understanding workplace harassment. Read more ›

Theatre Acting vs. Starting a New Job – One and the Same?

Theatre acting and starting a new job opportunity have a lot in common. In honour of World Theatre Day today we’ve put together a list of stage acting tips that can be applied to anyone (in any industry) entering into a new job opportunity. Read more ›

Walkie Operators – Work When You Want!

Are you a Walkie operator looking for extra work?
We have temporary/casual and part-time work available in Mississauga! Read more ›