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Clerks turn to Congress as election integrity questioned

Fox31 Denver 27 Jun 2022
6 committee ... Byrum and local clerks from across the country are calling on lawmakers to find ways to protect election officials, combat disinformation and help recruit election workers to replace all those who quit after the 2020 election. Justin Roebuck, the Ottawa County clerk in Michigan, said new funds are needed before 2024 ... Sen ... Sen ... .
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Ottawa school bus companies launch driver recruitment campaign

CTV 23 Jun 2022
The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority and school bus operators are launching a new campaign to recruit drivers to the profession, after a shortage left hundreds of students without a ride to school this year ... .
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What a great gig: Why temporary work is a growing trend

Ottawa Business Journal 21 Jun 2022
During tough economic times, such as the tech bust of 2001 and the global financial crisis of 2008, hiring project-based workers became a way for companies to lower their overhead and maintain hiring flexibility, says Sari Cantor, a partner at staffing and recruiting agency Recruiting in Motion Ottawa.
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HR Update: ‘Leadership fatigue’ takes a toll

Ottawa Business Journal 20 Jun 2022
“If leaders are just showing up kind of flat, with nothing left in them to be generative, to create strategy, to solve problems, that flatness is going to permeate the organization and it won’t be high-performing, either,” says Kathryn Tremblay, co-founder and CEO of Ottawa-based Altis Recruitment and excelHR.
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Taste for Hope a yummy success with record-breaking $270K raised

Ottawa Business Journal 17 Jun 2022
The non-profit organization has been working hard to create more supportive housing for Ottawa's homeless population, recognizing that people do better when they have some stability ... It was hosted by executive recruitment firm Boyden at Mark Motors’ Audi City Ottawa location, also at Lansdowne.
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Golf balls rain down at inaugural Wilbert Keon Memorial tournament for Ottawa Heart Institute

Ottawa Business Journal 14 Jun 2022
From left, Kevin Ford, CEO of Calian, was supporting the inaugural Wilbert Keon Memorial Golf Tournament for the University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation with Curtis Clapp, who's Calian's director of sales and recruiting for ITCS (information technology and cyber solutions).
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OU men’s golf signs impact players

The Ottawa Herald 14 Jun 2022
The Ottawa University men’s golf team is putting ...
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Bright Side of Business: CEO’s art auction raises over $26K for new Civic Hospital campus

Ottawa Business Journal 13 Jun 2022
Kathryn Tremblay, CEO and co-founder of Altis Recruitment and excelHR, is not one to mince words. Ask her what she thinks of The Ottawa Civic Hospital, and she’ll tell you ... The idea for an auction came to Tremblay when she saw local artist Christopher Griffin raising money for the Ottawa Food Bank by selling a piece of his art every week.
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SIMMONS SUNDAY: Continuity has meant success for NHL's Lightning, NBA's Warriors

Canoe 12 Jun 2022
Masai Ujiri talks a lot about winning and what it takes to be successful in professional sports ... Story continues below ... SIMMONS SUNDAY ... Louis ... Lions, and that Michael O’Connor, from just outside Ottawa, is his backup ... O’Connor was one of those kid recruits, agreeing to go from Ottawa to Penn State, where football life didn’t turn out in his favour ... .
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Liberals appoint committee of experts to help build Indo-Pacific strategy

Canada Dot Com 09 Jun 2022
OTTAWA – The federal government has recruited a panel of ...
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WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Beavers hire Sarah Bobrowski as new assistant coach

The Bemidji Pioneer 03 Jun 2022
Bobrowski comes to BSU after serving as an on-ice instructor with the Ottawa Senators Youth Hockey Program since April 2021. She was also a recruiting coordinator with the organization Next College Student Athlete prior to that. A native of St ... .
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Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala celebrates Daniel Alfredsson as 2022 Honorary Riverkeeper

Ottawa Business Journal 02 Jun 2022
The TV journalist has been an integral part of the gala since its start, after being recruited by “fearless leader and visionary” Geoff Green, chair of the Ottawa Riverkeeper board and founder and president of the Students on Ice Foundation ... The married father of four played all but one of his 18 seasons in the NHL with the Ottawa Senators.
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Girls state track preview: Cybak returns to Columbus, plus outlooks for every local

Wooster Daily Record 02 Jun 2022
And as the lone local with experience competing at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, running on a fourth-place 4x400-meter relay team, the Youngstown State recruit knows that environment will be one that many newcomers will need to get used to ... The YSU recruit ran a personal-best 2.13.33 in her second-place run at last weekend's Youngstown Regional.
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Veteran broker Zunder's Decathlon Commercial Realty joins forces with Vancouver-based CDNGLOBAL

Ottawa Business Journal 01 Jun 2022
A well-known name in Ottawa commercial real estate is rebranding after joining a Canada-wide brokerage network in a bid to tap into new sources of business. Decathlon Commercial Realty announced Wednesday it will now operate under the name CDNGLOBAL (Ottawa) ... He thinks the backing of CDNGLOBAL’s network will be a valuable recruiting tool.
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Bright Side of Business: Ottawa woman plucks her Ukrainian parents from war-torn Kyiv

Ottawa Business Journal 31 May 2022
Anyone who knows Maryna Skobal knows that she loves helping people, so it should come as no surprise that she’s a recruiter at Altis Excel, helping her clients find their dream jobs ... Eventually Skobal started working full-time for a Toronto recruitment agency ... Skobal and her husband soon settled into Ottawa life.

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