Every year, Adecco Canada puts together a list of the year’s most popular blog posts. These 10 articles have received the most views over the last 12 months thanks to the valuable insight they provide job seekers and employers. You don’t want to miss them!
If you’re interested in previous years’ top blogs, check out the annual blog round-up for 2021, 2020 and year in review: 2019 in blogs.
Popular blogs for job seekers
On the hunt for a great job? Cut through the noise with our guide to the best job search websites in Canada.
Interview questions that reveal personality are a popular way for interviewers to get a sense of who you are and what kind of employee you’ll be. But how do you start to prepare? Read our guide on the top personality interview questions and answers and get ready to shine at your next interview.
The way we work has changed drastically and so has the way we seek out employment opportunities. With work options that include full-time permanent and contract positions, you’re sure to find an employment opportunity that meets your needs.
Interested in working in a warehouse but want to know more about what it’s like? We’ve got you covered. From wage rates to health and safety, our article lays out everything you need to know about warehouse jobs.
Have you received a job offer that seems too good to be true? It may well be an online job scam. To identify employment scams from fake recruiters, stay on alert for these 5 common signs.
Popular blogs for employers, hiring managers and executives
As an employer, what are your obligations when it comes to maternity leave? What should you consider and when? Our ultimate employer’s guide to maternity leave will help you manage your employee’s mat leave — before, during and after.
There’s a shift happening slowly but surely in the labour market. The traditional 9-5, 40-hour work model is being overturned in favour of a four-day, flexible workweek. This article dives into the four-day workweek trend in Canada and explores what it means for employers nationwide.
‘Always-on’ working patterns are leading to extreme levels of stress, burnout, disengagement and employee turnover among Canadian workers. That’s why the Ontario government is introducing new ‘right to disconnect’ legislation, effective June 2, 2022, which places new obligations on employers. In this article, we explain what’s in the new law, why it’s coming now and what employers can do to get prepared.
Employee health and safety should be a top priority at your company. Learn about the importance of preventing injury in the workplace and find out how to create a culture of safety by reading our guide.
Find out how our updated 2021 Salary Guide helps employers across Canada make informed decisions about hiring, retaining and paying employees. Looking for 2023 data and trends? Get access here →
Adecco’s Lēad blog is jam-packed with cutting-edge information for job seekers and employers. We publish new content every week, so check back often (you’ll love our line-up for 2023)!