Career Jobs and Duties

The ideal career jobs and duties according to your personality, your preferences, your skills and your values are significant steps towards success, happiness and prosperity. Your education, your talents and your strengths are important factors and so are your ambitions and your constraints.

There is, however, no « magic formula ». Even with a good enough employment market with interesting employment offers and job opportunities, job search results do require advanced preparation and confidence in your abilities.

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Employment Career Resources

Quebec Trades and Occupations offered by the Government of Québec can and does help. Trades and Occupations with useful and interesting information for those who wish to explore a trade or an occupation, find a training program, learn about a sector or an activity and/or, find a business.

Three popular jobs possibilities are offered to those seeking employment. The first employment option refers to going through various employment listings, the second refers to working with one or more employment agencies and the third refers to various newspapers and their classified ads.

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Human Resources Career

In Montreal and in most organizations, corporations and establishments, the hiring and integrating process of suitable candidates is under the responsibility of the Human Resources department.

Human resources specialists oversee current employees satisfaction and productivity and make sure the workplace is always running efficiently. Other functions such as salaries and benefits, training, employee relations and workplace safety are also under the responsibility of the Human Resources department

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Business Employment Careers

Recruitment in terms of career jobs and duties are of two types, internal recruitment and external recruitment for all those who are searching for new challenges and achievements. 

The first, the internal, refers to recruiting candidates within a company and giving salaried employees a chance to occupy higher level positions and benefit from a salary raise. The second, the external, refers to recruiting candidates outside the company through employment agencies mostly. 

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Career and Job Advancement

Job hunting may start with a look at employment listings on company's and employment agencies websites and on social media and on going through the employment listings and classified ads of various newspapers.

A job resume followed by a job hunting, a few job search results, fewer job interviews and, finally, one career employment job. A job resume that must be accompanied by a job cover letter explaining why you should be selected for that particular career employment job.  

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Establishments who have their own employment recruiters and methods expect a detailed application for employment with information about your education, work experience, accomplishments, hobbies ... anything and everything that is relevant. 

Career Assessment Tests

Most companies will ask for job references from people such as past employers who can vouch for your abilities, your qualifications and your skills.

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Some might do a pre-employment background check to verify your education, your employment history and your job references. Others might add an employment criminal background check when applying for a security job such as security guard or security officer.

If this is the case, candidates must be notified and must consent to the collection and disclosure of some of their personal information. Human resources and employment agencies must be reasonable when collecting personal information and must be respectful and discreet.

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