RecruitingBlogscom

Follow Us:

Information

Toronto Recruiters

This group is open to anyone who recruits in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Members: 76
Latest Activity: Jul 8, 2013

Recruiter Forum

Significant Rise in Contract Staffing

Started by Sue McKechnie Mar 30, 2010. 0 Replies

eBook on Social Recruiting

Started by Chris McBain Dec 10, 2009. 0 Replies

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Toronto Recruiters to add comments!

Comment by Amanda D. on March 2, 2013 at 1:24pm

Hi everyone, 

I'm new to this group! I'm a recruiter from Toronto, specializing in the manufacturing industry, and am interested in making split fee partnerships. You can email me at amanda@scavera.com

Thanks, and looking forward to hearing from you!

Comment by Mohammed Osman on September 12, 2012 at 10:53am

Excited to be a part of this group

Comment by Sue McKechnie on June 29, 2011 at 2:52pm
WSIB announces rate increases in 2012.Read The Full Story
Comment by Simon Yates on October 11, 2010 at 1:16pm
We're a Toronto social recruitment startup, that will help engage everyone involved in the hiring process in a way that LinkedIn doesn't.

Check out our video on YouTube at http://bit.ly/akhOMq
Comment by Thomas F.X. Licari on December 4, 2009 at 11:10am
Looking for a Sr. Tech Recruiter in Toronto, 5+ yrs exp working in a contingency/agency/retained search environment that wants to go corp

Anyone have any friends that are looking?

thomas@licari.biz
Comment by Kalch on November 22, 2009 at 5:29pm
hi everyone,
i am a biotech recruiter in toronto. some of you may know me or know of me.

I closed a deal with the university of toronto and am bringing a world class cancer researcher to toronto. His wife is a software engineer and we need to find her a job too, hopefully before she gets here.

I would be happy to share her resume with anyone who does IT recruitment (software engineers - java developers) if you are looking for a candidate from the USA.

michael
michael@cortexhr.com
Comment by Ravi Revuri on October 24, 2009 at 10:34pm
I am very glad to announce the launching of Technodyne, Inc in Canada

I will heading its operations.

Pl visit our website www.technodyne.com

I am seeking business leads from recruiters/account managers in IT Staffing.

Please contact me at rrevuri@technodyne.com

Thank you

With best regards
Ravi Revuri
Comment by Ravi Revuri on May 10, 2009 at 10:39pm
I invite you to join my LinkedIn Groups: IT Jobs Canada

and IT Jobs USA
Comment by Ravi Revuri on May 8, 2009 at 3:36pm
I am sourcing software professionals for my clients in NJ and NY (USA)

Any one interested may contact me rrevuri@technodyne.net

My LinkedIn profile is -

http://www.linkedin.com/in/rrevuri

My recruitment blog is:

http://itrecruiterspot.blogspot.com/

you can follow me on twitter:

http://twitter.com/ITRecruiterSpot
Comment by Sue McKechnie on April 8, 2009 at 2:20pm
As you know, Bill 139 is currently being reviewed in the House of Commons. It was introduced into legislature as a means to ensure that Ontario’s employment legislation recognizes the needs of temporary employees and staffing firms that employ them in a fair and balanced way. In its current state the Bill has many pros benefiting the industry and workers alike but the Bill also has some areas of concern. The Staffing Edge prides itself in being on the leading edge of changes to our industry. We have put together a website for staffing industry owners, temporary workers as well as your clients to get involved to initiate the required changes to Bill 139. Please visit www.actionon139.com and sign our online petition. We ask that you pass this along to any other staffing industry owners, clients who are concerned with the impact it may have as well as any temporary employees who are interested in having their voice heard.

We have already received over 400 signed petitions from businesses and over 200 from temporary employees. We have forwarded these by courier to the Minister of Labour, the Premier as well as the 9 members of the standing committee and will continue to do so as petitions are signed.

On April 1st The Standing Committee on Legislative Assembly met to discuss these many concerns. There were many speakers representing the staffing industry as well as the temporary workers and clients who benefit from this service. This was one of the first of many committee meetings in regards to Bill 139 and its impact on our industry and the workers who utilize our services. We hope to keep you well informed throughout the process.

Together we can make changes to benefit all parties.
 

Members (75)

 
 
 

Marketing Partners

RecruitingBlogs on Twitter

© 2014   Created by RecruitingBlogs.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

scroll to the top