Fascinating research centre at Oxford University that explores the historical and contemporary challenges in the professional services sector (including recruitment)

Based at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, the Novak Druce Centre for Professional Service Firms is a hub for academic research into the management of professional service firms. Its members work closely with top practitioners to explore the key challenges confronting the professional services sector. 

Rocks ‘n Docs: A Life in Healthcare and Precious Metals Investing

The life and times of James H. Stonehouse, Healthcare Partner, Four Corners Group.


Doug is a recruiter that I admire because he pushes the boundaries of traditional recruitment. He’s based in Ottawa. 

"Recruitment Tales & Tactics from the Trenches - Webisode 3 featuring Doug Tetzner, Head of Talent Acquisition at Shopify." via CKR Interactive (www.ckrinteractive.com) 

I took this photo of graffiti on the former W.C. Woods factory (Guelph, Ontario) before it was demolished. It is a fitting way to start to tell the history of the recruitment profession in Canada. When I speak to fellow recruiters, many say that the reason why they became recruiters is because they want to influence organizations in Canada. By recruiting the best talent to these organizations is one way that they are able to have an impact. 
Full employment as a basic human right means that as recruiters we have a responsibility to present candidates to our clients that represent Canada’s diversity. Is this something that is taught in our profession? It is a question that I will be asking the recruiters about throughout this project.

I took this photo of graffiti on the former W.C. Woods factory (Guelph, Ontario) before it was demolished. It is a fitting way to start to tell the history of the recruitment profession in Canada. When I speak to fellow recruiters, many say that the reason why they became recruiters is because they want to influence organizations in Canada. By recruiting the best talent to these organizations is one way that they are able to have an impact. 

Full employment as a basic human right means that as recruiters we have a responsibility to present candidates to our clients that represent Canada’s diversity. Is this something that is taught in our profession? It is a question that I will be asking the recruiters about throughout this project.