Do we have a job for you….
Canadian companies offer finder’s fees, bonuses, stock options to attract professional staff
For Petroleum News
The hunt for skilled professionals is getting tougher than the hunt for new oil and gas reserves in Alberta.
Faced with a 5 percent annual turnover rate, companies are having to dig deeper to recruit and retain white-collar staff.
They’re paying their own employees finder’s fees of up to C$7,500, us....
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