Tag: Recruitment

Canadian Company Helps Others ‘Shoot for the Moon’

By Yasmin Ranade
Crater Labs is a company that develops artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) software that helps customers go beyond their current AI footprint. Interestingly, this Toronto-based research laboratory and consultancy firm positions its services as ‘putting profitable moonshots in the grasp of Canadian businesses.’

Free HR Software & An Opportunity to Reskill

By Yasmin Ranade
Earlier this spring, HR-Tech start-up Thrive announced it would provide for free its career software and services – typically offered through large companies – to Canadian individuals affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

First Global HR Conference Presented in Virtual Reality

By Yasmin Ranade
Global HR Summit, taking place September 8-10, 2020., will be the world’s first HR conference to be offered in Virtual Reality. With work transitioning away from physical sites in favour of working from home, the Global HR Summit will showcase immersive workplace (XR) technologies that enable digital transformation and make workplaces more human-centric.

Women in Tech Leader, Mary Ann Yule

By Yasmin Ranade
In March, ahead of International Women’s Day, I had the opportunity to engage in a conversation with Mary Ann Yule, President and CEO of HP Canada, about women in technology, mentorship and mindfulness, gender balance in the workforce, and advice she could share for women in tech.

More Than Half of Tech Workers Believe They Are Underpaid

By Christine Persaud
There are traits that typically define what makes a good job, including a positive work environment, fulfilling work, and sufficient pay. When it comes to the latter, a new study finds that a number of people who work for some of the largest tech firms believe they are underpaid in relation to the value they bring.

Google Hire Automates Recruitment Tasks for G Suite Customers

By Yasmin Ranade
Hire is a recruiting app that helps G Suite customers manage recruitment tasks. It launched in the US in July 2017, and is now available in Canada and the UK. I asked Dmitri Krakovsky, VP Google Cloud, how Hire works and if Hire is a recruitment disruptor.