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Dare to apply without having all the qualifications !

Employers are increasingly demanding with regards to the skills of administrative employees. However, it is quite rare for a candidate to have all the requirements. Here are some tips of what to emphasize when you decide to apply without having all the qualifications. Zaïda B. Mangones, employability consultant at the Club de recherche d’emploi de […]


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How do Recruiters Perceive Part-Time Jobs?

On your CV, you may have accumulated several part-time jobs. How are they to be made an asset for recruiters? “The fact of having had two part-time jobs certainly demonstrates the ability to manage a schedule,” says Michaël Jalbert, an employment consultant at Groupe Plein Emploi. “In addition, if you decided to take a part-time […]


Career management

Working Part-Time is a Lifestyle

More and more Canadians are choosing to work part-time, especially students, mothers and older workers. Whether to combine work and studies, family life and professional life, or retirement and active life, they are all seeking a better balance. But working part-time is not for everyone and has a financial impact. So what are the reasons […]


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Is Working Part-Time a Choice or an Obligation?

Is working 4 days a week or less a voluntary choice or an obligation? What motivates people who are working part time? In 2016, 1 worker out of 5 held a part-time job in Quebec (19.1%). The figures are revealing: 64% of women on a part-time basis compared to 36% of men, according to data […]


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Part-Time : The Beauty to Work Three Days a Week

While a few years ago it was considered something to be endured, today part time work is becoming more and more a choice. Certain employees decide to slow down their their working pace to focus on other activities. What are the benefits to work three days a week, and what days are most appropriate? Having […]


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4 Good Reasons for Working Four Days a Week

Each time you decide to take Friday off or when a holiday falls on a Monday, do you tell yourself when you go back to work that really, weekends should always be three days? Why not start this way of working? It has many benefits, both for you and for your employer. 1. Good for […]


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Non-Traditional Workers : Trend Overview

Non-traditional workers – Freelancers, self-employed workers, contract workers, remote workers, consultants… There are more and more non-traditional workers. Following the realities of the labour market, which goes for flexibility, adaptability and so-called “agile” business models and recruitment, they now constitute 20 to 30% of Canadian workers. Brief overview of a trend that is gaining momentum. […]


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Full time studies and part-time work: How to’s

Combining full time studies and part-time work. Many young people work part time during their studies out of necessity, to pay the costs of education or simply to gain work experience. Although there are many benefits to working, reconciling full time studies and part-time work  is not always easy. Here are some tips to get there. […]


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Seniors part time work : Undeniable assets

Seniors part time work. The labour market is changing. Part-time work is no longer just for students and women. For the last few years, whether for financial reasons or for the love of work, those sixty and over have been pushing back the age to retire. And often, they choose part time work. The Canadian […]


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Working without contract : Questions from all angles

Working without contract – What is a work contract? Are there risks related to working without an established contract? Does the law on labour standards protect all types of work? Let’s examine these questions from all angles. Working without contract “I understood that,” “It seemed to me,” “I ignored that,” are phrases, Jocelyne Cotnoir often […]


Rights and labour standards

4-day workweeks are gaining popularity

Implemented in Europe during the 90s, the 4-day week took its place bit by bit in Quebec. But, to remain competitive, businesses had to adapt part-time and demonstrate flexibility to their employees’ demands for balance and a better quality of life. Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, Certified Human Resource Professional (CRHA) and professor of human resources at l’École […]


Entrepreneurship

The best side work

Finding work to make extra income is good, but it’s better to win by combining usefulness and fun. Here are eight jobs that don’t feel like work and increase revenue.  1. Tutor Let out your inner teacher, help students of all ages who are coping with their math equations or struggling in French.You can earn […]


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