Many employers train their managers and supervisors in the legal aspects of hiring and firing. Typically this training will impress upon participants what they should not ask and do in an employment interview.
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to line supervisors in preparing for and conducting a valid, reliable interview. No attempt is made toREAD MORE–>
Congratulations for considering this dynamic opportunity. As every interview process is different, we have put together some tips, suggestions, and worksheets to prepare you for this opportunity. We want you to determine if this position is a right fit for you.
Before the Interview:
Know the Employer
Before you enter an interview, you should know everything about both the company andREAD MORE–>
The agriculture and agri-food sectors are a major economic force in Canada. It employs over 2.3 million Canadians. Amazingly, this sector accounts for 1 in 8 jobs in the Canadian economy (12% of Canadian employment). The sector’s direct impact on the Canadian economy will be significant as the global demand for Canada’s food and agriculture products increases.
We all want to get that phone call from the recruiter, manager, or HR person for an interview. However, sometimes, before they officially decide to interview you in person, they’ll want to conduct a quick interview over the phone.