Looking for work? Put spring in your step

If you’re looking for work, you know to review your resume and covering letter to make sure there are no typos. But did you know that it also helps to review the way you walk into a meeting –with a hiring manager, recruiters or even a potential contact? In her recent interview on SAUGA 960… Read more »

Easy networking tips to beat winter blues

We’re almost there.  We’re coming to the final leg of one of the worst winters in recent history.  And the Bagg Group recruiters offer this advice to anyone who is looking for work or a new career in any part of Canada:  Don’t let the dreary winter blues defeat you now! We know weather significantly… Read more »

Insider Info: Your Success Plan for 2019

Want to know how to excel in getting a job or a promotion in 2019? Jackie Chua, General Manager of Bagg Professional, and one of the Canada’s leading recruiters, offers this surefire way to impress: Look at what’s in your toolbox — and add to it.    You’ll see tips for how to do this below,… Read more »

Can you be too early for an interview? Oh yes!

“There is no such a thing as early, there’s on time and late.” That’s what comedian Chris Rock said his father taught him. Chris Rock’s father was clearly not a recruiter. If he was, he’d know you really can be too early. Arriving way ahead of time to an interview, or any meeting, can work… Read more »

Too old to get hired? Nope

If you’re a baby boomer looking for a job, with relevant up-to-date skills, know that you’re still in the game. We know older job-seekers worry about ageism affecting their chances.  About 50 percent of older job-seekers say they feel there’s a bias in favour of younger candidates, according to surveys. A newly released Australian study found almost… Read more »

Blooper therapy for job-hunters

At some point, every one of us has clicked send — and then caught the typo. You’re not alone if you’ve ever walked out of an interview and asked yourself during the elevator ride down if you should run back into the interviewer’s office and change an answer to a question you blew?  (By the… Read more »

New hot words you may not know – but should

What about that youthquake? That’s a question that could just shake you up in an interview. Because if you’re like most people, you’ve never heard of it. But it’s the Oxford Dictionary Word of 2017.  Oxford says the term caught fire this year for describing movements fueled by youth.  Most on social media though disagree, and… Read more »

Missing extra daylight? Try this

Daylight savings hits on November 5. And with it, more often not, a personal energy crisis. Until we adapt, the shorter days can throw a wet blanket on the enthusiasm needed to search for full-time work or a new opportunity. At The Bagg Group, we’ve been actively listening to job candidates for more than 46… Read more »