I have put my LinkedIn network at the service of job seekers in Montreal. In the end, 35 candidates, 28 recruiters, and 71 introductions, some surprises and disappointments. Here is what I learned.
Having to go through frustrating pain points and turning them into springboards is not something uncommon in my career. The dehumanization of the recruitment world is hurting my values? Well then, I’m going to beLire plus / Read more
When I say “dehumanizing mindsets”, I’m not necessarily targeting recruiters themselves, but rather the organizations. The current job market, especially in I.T. and software development, is short on candidates. Everybody is looking for front-end developers,Lire plus / Read more
In my career, I ended up sitting on both chairs of recruitment : as a candidate, and as a hiring manager. I observed (and I’m not the only one) a stupendous progression in the appearanceLire plus / Read more
Some context A friend of mine recently quit his job and mentioned that he had an exit interview. He said, “I doubt it’s going to change anything”. This discussion started a reflection, and here ILire plus / Read more