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Robert Half

Description: 
Confidence is high in the employment market, and the outlook is upbeat as the economy recovers and businesses continue to hire. But with the return to a candidate-driven market, is your company prepared to face fierce competition for skilled talent? Learn how adapting to new ways of doing business and managing work-life balance — with a focus on flexibility and retention efforts — can help. Plus, see how to manage the need for new skill sets, where salaries are headed, and the latest trends in benefits and perks and benefits as Canada gets back to business.

Learning Ojbectives: 
  • A look at what is affecting businesses moving out of the pandemic (hiring outside of geographies, adapting to hybrid workforce
  • What employers can do to both find and engage talented employees in a tight hiring environment
  • Compensation and skills development trends heading into 2022
  • Latest trends in benefits and perks and benefits (what workers want versus what employers are offering
  • Why and how companies can make Diversity, Equity and Inclusion a focus for their organization


Who should attend: 
  • This presentation is geared towards hiring managers, business leaders, HR and employee engagement leaders

Meet your instructor

David Bolton

David Bolton is a Metro Market Manager with Robert Half, the world’s first and largest talent solutions firm. David oversees teams in Robert Half’s Vancouver and Fraser Valley offices, managing both contract and permanent placements within the finance and accounting, marketing and creative, and technology practice groups. David supports client growth strategies and recruitment plans, conducts, and leads key client insight meetings, and actively participates with local professional associations to promote Robert Half’s thought leadership and resources. David has nearly 10 years of experience in the talent industry. He first joined Robert Half’s Sydney, Australia team in January 2013, where he worked his way into roles of progressive seniority. In 2017, he joined Robert Half Vancouver as Director of Permanent Placement Services prior to assuming his current position in early 2019. David is passionate about supporting his dynamic team and building strong relationships in the Vancouver market. He loves seeing the impact his team has on candidates when finding them their dream job and on companies in helping them land great talent. David has a degree in Mathematics, and Accounting and Financial Management from the University of Loughborough in Loughborough, England.

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    2022 Hiring & Compensation Trends

    • Webinar Recording

    • PowerPoint Slides

  • 2

    Feedback

    • Course Survey