The Heller Group Blog
Reducing Bias in the Interview Process
Traditional interviews can be prone to bias, may not provide a complete picture of the candidate’s abilities, and may not be a reliable predictor of job performance. As a result, organizations may benefit from using additional assessment tools, such as competency or behavioural interviews, to supplement traditional interviews and gain a more accurate assessment of candidates and reduce bias.
Beating the “Winter Blues” and Hope for an Early Spring
We know that this time of year can feel dreary and dull for many. We have set out below some helpful tips for staying positive during this season, also referred to as "False Spring”
What do Hybrid-Work Models Mean for Company Culture?
During the recruitment process, employers should definitely expect questions from candidates about the availability of flexible work arrangements and be prepared to speak to the ways in which the company worked to maintain and build company culture in the era of remote and hybrid working.
Should you say “Yes” to Unlimited Vacation Days?
You have probably heard of “unlimited paid time off”, a recent emerging employment benefit offered by companies to promote better work-life balance, but is this benefit really as great as it appears on the surface?
What you Really Really Want: Effective Job Searching as a Mid-Level Associate
If you’re feeling like a change, it’s a great time to explore your options, as mid-level associates are often in high demand. Before you start plugging “legal” into every job search engine you can find, here are some ways to make your search more efficient and more successful.
News: The Impact of COVID-19 on Bay Street Hireback
Carrie Heller is quoted by Precedent JD on the impact of COVID-19 on Bay Street hireback trends.