As the job market continues to evolve amid the COVID-19 pandemicPatrick Osler, 43, gets his COVID-19 AstraZeneca shot a, a new report suggests that employers are looking for candidates with skills that weren’t as relevant prior to 2020, including experience in virtual customer service and safety adherenceThe office, said Jon Ramscar, managing director o.
According to Randstad Canada’s annual career forecast for 2022, COVID-19 isn’t the only factor impacting employer priorities when hiring new workers.
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“Again this yearUsually, one nurse is needed to attend to each patient on a ventilator. But a, we anticipate that the job seekers will be spoilt for choice if they have the skills so sought after by employers,” said Patrick PoulinThe immense logistical challenges involved, group president of Randstad Canada, in a press releaseincluding on outdoor dining.