If you’ve been applying for multiple jobs online, only to have your resume disappear into a black hole, chances are your resume is not up to digital snuff! In this new age of digital recruitment, resumes and cover letters are increasingly being screened by a software robot, also known as an applicant tracking system (ATS) to streamline the process of sorting through hundreds of resumes to find the best match. To increase your chances of standing out, we’ve compiled our top eight resume tips to optimize your online application in the infographic below:
Thank you for scheduling an appointment with ABL Employment!
It was great speaking with you today! We look forward to meeting with you in person and having you join our team!
You can expect an email to come through with the link to our online registration documents. If you need any help finding answers for any quiz questions, click on the question and it will open a new window to display the info you need.
For your personal interview you will be meeting with Dana or Alex.
It will take about 30 minutes of your time in total, if you have completed the online registration documents before you come. If that is not possible, you can complete the forms in our office, but you will need to set aside approximately 1 hour, in that case.
We are located at:
The Burlington Mall ( Fairview St. & Guelph Line)
777 Guelph Line, unit 212, Burlington
We are *inside* the Burlington Mall, on the 2nd level. Enter the mall from the Food Court area. Look for the elevator located just opposite the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Shop/Old Navy Store. Go up to the 2nd floor. Walk around the balcony level until you see suite 212.
If you are unable to attend your appointment, please give us a call at the office 905-331-2513
Also bring your Social Insurance Number/Work Permit, in addition to 2 of these government-issued photo IDs:
- Driver's License
- Passport (Canadian or Foreign)
- Citizenship card
- Permanent Resident (PR) Card
Secondary IDs (to accompany at least one primary ID)
- Student Card
- Birth Certificate
- Forklift Licence (if it has a photo on it)
- Other ID with your name on it
Feel free to review the various jobs we have available listed on this website & let your interviewer know what you are interested in.
Other Reasons To Love ABL Employment:
Referral Bonus Plan: Do you know anyone you'd like to refer? Tell them about us! And sk about our referral bonus program conditions in your personal interview!
ABL’S “A Better Life Award” includes both an annual and monthly component, which means more opportunity for you! Click Here For More Info:
We look forward to meeting with you!
The ABL Employment team wishes you a cheerful holiday season spent with loved ones, and a happy, healthy New Year!
The Inuksuk: a beautiful and classic Canadian symbol which traditionally signifies that a traveller is on the right path. We felt this was fitting to represent our “A Better Life Award”, which we created to acknowledge and celebrate the special efforts our associates have made—both at the worksite and in their own personal development.
If your business is in manufacturing or logistics, chances are you’ve received calls or visits from a staffing company representative at some point.
On October 22, 2017, two ABL managers will participate in the Toronto Waterfront Marathon for the first time: Hayley Yurgan (Division Manager of ABL Careers) and Jeff Aran (Business Development Manager for ABL Employment/ABL Careers).
Mixing a diverse workforce that consists of temporary employees and regular staff is not as awkward as it has historically been. Integrating temporary workers is important to their level of comfort, their productivity, and how well they interact with their co-workers at the company.
An important measure of your company’s safety culture is management’s commitment to maintain a balance between safety and productivity.
The Ministry of Labour (MOL) regularly visits worksites to conduct Occupational Health and Safety inspections. They recently announced their latest schedule, which shows that they will be conducting safety blitzes again this fall – so it’s important to be prepared!
There’s no doubt about it, life can get pretty overwhelming. That’s why it’s so important to find a proper balance between your work life and home life. Both are equally important. You need to work to live, but at the same time, you shouldn’t live to work. If you’re having trouble balancing work and life effectively, there are a few things that you can implement and change to correct the balance. Not only will you feel more satisfied and at peace, but chances are the quality of both will improve exponentially.
The summer hearings are over and the committee has forwarded amendments to the legislature, which resumed September 11th. So what, if any, changes are being considered to Bill 148?
Here is a recap of the key areas that affect all organizations, municipalities, farms, and companies in Ontario, particularly those that utilize flexible staffing solutions to compete globally or maintain their affordability locally. For a more comprehensive look at each area of Bill 148, please click here to refer to our previous articles on this subject.
October is around the corner, and new Ministry of Labour (MOL) Safety Blitzes are coming!
Your workplace may be on the hotlist for a potential MOL Inspection. Don’t be caught off guard – BE PREPARED!
We promise partnership, not perfection. We strive to understand your business as well as we understand our own, and “the proof is in the pudding”, as the expression goes.
Focusing on both physical and mental wellness are closely integrated for work life balance. Following are simple steps everyone can participate in every day. Working helps to provide stability and ability to achieve life goals. ABL Employment supports work-life balance through meaningful job assignments that help meet your goals within your available time schedule.
Most offices have established a business casual dress code to allow employees to work comfortably in the workplace. Yet, you still need to project a professional image. No dress code can cover all contingencies, so employees must exert a certain amount of judgment in their choice of clothing to wear to work.
By following proper ergonomic techniques, productivity can be increased and you will be less fatigued and sore. Office ergonomics is one key to working happy and being healthy in the office. Review these tips to maintain proper postures, adjust your workstation and work safely.