TalentEgg attended the Globe and Mail’s event: Solving Workplace Challenges with our sister companies Bmeaningful and Charity Village on March 20th at the Globe and Mail building. This event celebrated the Employee Recommended Workplace Awards, which honours and recognizes leaders in employee health in the privately-owned, public, not-for-profit, and the government sectors.
The Employee Recommended Workplace Award is the first award where the results are based entirely on employee feedback! It assesses an organizations health, engagement, and productivity based on the survey results. Through this information both employees and the employer receive feedback on how to increase their overall happiness from an individual and a corporate standpoint.
Congrats to all the 2018 Winners for this achievement!
The day was full of engaging panels on mental health and building a resilient workforce, marijuana and anti-harassment policies in focus, and lessons learned from the employee recommended workplace awards.
Find out more about the awards and apply today for the 2019 awards!
The 2014 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference event takes place in less than two weeks and we – along with many others – are starting to get very egg-cited!
Not sure what to expect on the big day? Here are the Top 6 reasons to attend the 2014 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference on May 14th in Toronto.
Tickets are almost sold out, so book your tickets now to ensure you’ll be in attendance at Canada’s largest professional development event for campus recruiters!
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Housed in the University of Toronto, the Rotman Commerce program has consistently ranked as one of the top business schools in Canada. With a rich history of excellence and boasting an impressive alumnus cohort, the Rotman Commerce program has shaped the minds of some of the world’s top business leaders.
To celebrate 90 years of excellence in business education, Rotman Commerce has partnered with TalentEgg to sponsor the third annual 2014 TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference. Continue reading
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“The tide has changed – new grads no longer need to adjust to fit the company/employer but rather companies need to evaluate their employee value proposition to see if it fits the new grad,” says Paul Anthony Hamilton, an experienced talent acquisition leader. Continue reading