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10 companies hiring this week

Covid-19 has turned our social and work lives upside down. Career anxiety is on the rise in these unusual times. With many companies laying off or furloughing employees, we’re here to help you connect you with companies that are actively hiring. You have the experience and skills needed to get a good job—and Monster Canada is here to help by matching you with companies now hiring.

Workplace bullying has gone remote

You may be working remote, but workplace bullying and harassment can still find you. While it’s logical to assume that instances of workplace hostility and harassment are way down because we’re not at the office, that’s not the case. Nasty bosses and belittling colleagues can be virtual menaces. Hurtful, toxic work behaviour, including offensive language, exclusion, and threats by email, voicemail or social media, is poisoning remote work environments, and damaging work productivity and mental health.

Part-time jobs available now

Part-time jobs are ideal for people who need flexibility, work-life balance, and—let's face it—a steady paycheck. Whether you're a student with limited available hours, a retiree looking to utilize your skills but on a less-demanding schedule, or you just need some extra cash coming in, part-time work can help fill the gaps. Let's get your job search started. We use data provided by the Gartner TalentNeuron tool to identify the top companies with the most new part-time job listings on Monster in the past 30 days.

Top companies hiring entry-level jobs

Entry-level jobs are excellent ways to get your foot in the door of a new industry. Whether you're fresh out of university or are looking for a change of pace, you can gain the skills and experience you need to set off on a strong career path. Get your CV in shape, and let's start looking. Using data provided by Gartner’s TalentNeuron tool, we created a list of the top companies with the most new entry-level jobs on Monster in the past seven days.

How to ask for a raise at work

You’ve been killing it these last few months. Putting in extra hours, wearing different hats, and ramping up sales. Sounds like now is the time to learn how to ask for a raise. It’s never an easy conversation, and in an economic slowdown it may feel even riskier and more awkward to raise the subject, but if you’ve been helping create a whole bunch of value for your company, a salary increase could be yours for the asking. While few things spark more anxiety than asking for a raise, many companies still have budgets for new hires and salary increases, and if you don’t ask, you don’t get.

Phone interview tips to master

One thing rings true—the phone interview is where every job opportunity starts, and you need to be ready for this very important conversation. With social distancing ruling out in-person interviews, acing the phone interview has never been more critical. Without handshakes and face-to-face interaction, you have to work even harder to sound smart and connect with the hiring manager since they only have a voice to go on. Approaching the conversation with confidence and poise can greatly increase your chances of participating in the next round of interviews, and getting invited to take the job. These phone interview tips can help you move to the next round.

7 soft skills you need for career success

There are two types of skills: hard and soft. While hard skills refer to technical knowledge and training (your ability to use PowerPoint, CPR certification, etc.), soft skills are more like personality traits—teamwork, communication, problem solving—that make you well-rounded and give you the ability to work well with others. Combining these human skills with hard skills will boost your hireability, earning potential, and progress in the workplace, even in the most technical fields. Read on for a primer on the top soft skills you should develop.

Not sure if you have to go to work? Know your legal rights

In this time of crisis, Prime Minister Trudeau has asked that all employees who are able to work from home do so. Yet, for several essential service positions, such as frontline healthcare deliverers and construction workers, phoning it in isn’t an option.

Best employers to work for that are LGBTQ positive

Being authentic at work means bringing your true self to the job. For people who are LGBTQ, that isn’t always easy. Lingering prejudices can be barriers to inclusiveness. Which is why you should consider the best employers to work for that are LGBTQ positive. These hirers go above and beyond the laws that protect against discrimination. They actively promote diversity and celebrate Pride at the office.