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Business Insider | How to Nail a Job Interview Using Instagram

If you don't have an Instagram account, you might want to consider setting one up — especially if you're in the market for a new job. "You're seeing the employment experience through the eyes of the employees," CEO Laker explains. "Job seekers love it because they know exactly what they're getting themselves into when they come in for an interview." Read article here.

Chequed.com and Mindfield Announce Partnership to Enhance Employee Recruitment and Hiring

Saratoga Springs, New York and Vancouver, BC Canada (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 Chequed.com, the leading provider of cloud-based Predictive Talent... Keep Reading

News 1130 | Tips on How and When to Ask For a Raise

Some advice, don’t waltz into your boss’s office with a list of demands asking for more than you’re worth, says the CEO of workforce solutions company Mindfield. It’s a good idea to do some market research, so when you sit down, you have the value of your job and responsibilities in mind. Read the interview here.

BC Business | Inside Canada’s Only Recruiting Firm for Hourly Workers

There’s a different level of embracement around recruiting great people, and the connection between competitive advantage in the workforce is becoming front and centre. You don’t just go to a job board anymore. The job board game was about attracting a whole bunch of people to your site—versus now, what social media allows employers to do is much more of a one-to-one engagement. Read article here.

CBC News | Gastown Businesses Reach Out, as Good Neighbours Should

Employees at Mindfield, a high-tech recruitment company that moved in about eight months ago, spend time every month volunteering across the street at the Salvation Army shelter. It's just one of the ways companies in the area are giving back. Watch the CBC News video to find out more. Watch video here.

IT World Canada | Developing the Right Analytics is Job One

Recruitment is a people-focused business, but as data matching technologies evolve, some recruitment companies are starting to manage the process by numbers. Vancouver-based recruitment firm Mindfield is using data analytics both to narrow down candidates for jobs up front, and to hone the ongoing recruitment process. Read article here.