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HR Trends, Gig Workers

The Gig and Freelance Economy in Canada

Gig work is the trend of people participating in short-term or flexible work arrangements. The "gig economy" is the ecosystem where this type of freelancing is the primary or
5 min read

Toxic Workplace? 4 Tips to Discourage E-Presenteeism

The worker who’s always the first one to clock in and the last one to clock out, who answers emails and Slack messages at all hours of the day, and who always logs on (even when
6 min read

2022 HR Trends Background Screening Helps With

2023 is just around the corner. And while the workplace is very different from what it was at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, to say the change is done is
6 min read
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5 Biases in Hiring and How Technology Is Fighting Them

Bias in the hiring process—and the negative ramifications it leads to—can be an intimidating problem to tackle. It can be uncomfortable for hiring managers to identify their own
7 min read

Attract the Right Employees in 2022 With Certn and BreezyHR

Hiring the right employee for your company can be a daunting task. It’s essential to find someone who is the right addition to your company culture and has the skills you need to
3 min read

Why Background Checks Are an Asset to Your Hiring Team

Hiring mistakes cost money. Just how much, exactly? According to some estimates, a bad hire typically costs about 30% of their first-year salary. So it makes sense to try and
3 min read
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