Financial Sector

Employment Recruiting

Worth Recruiting was founded based on the demands of the Canadian Financial Services Marketplace. We understand that from a recruitment standpoint, this sector is a highly complex one. It consists of a combination of, not just human talent, but also a maze of continuing education, licensing, and regulatory bodies that are in a constant state of flux. We make it our business to be knowledgeable in all of these areas so that we can zero-in on the best candidates quickly and efficiently, thereby acquiring the best talent on your behalf.

 

President

ANN BINSTED

"We built a reputation for understanding our clients’ needs and applying proprietary processes to identify, evaluate and consistently deliver top talent.
Unique to many of our competitors, we are highly effective at retained executive search and equally suited to deliver high-performing professional staff to middle management through our contingency search practice. Our Search professionals bring real-world experience in the fields for which they recruit and an average of 14 years of specialized recruiting expertise."

Recruitment Rants from Ann

  • How to Build an Attractive Employer Brand
    Just like your sales team emphasizes the company’s unique selling propositions (USP) to potential customers, your employer brand works the same way to attract the best candidates. Top job candidates with experience and a strong skill set know that they’re in demand. They may be…
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  • The True Costs of a Bad Hire & How to Avoid Them
    The thought of hiring a new employee can be stressful. Not only is advertising, searching for, interviewing, and onboarding new employees a major consumption of time, it can be expensive to the company. In order to maximize efficiency, you want to recruit the best possible…
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  • The Dangers of Skimming and Pressing Send
    Are you a skimmer? Are you one of those individuals that quickly skims over emails? Do you respond immediately, just so you can hit file or delete without thinking about your response? I get some pretty bizarre responses to pretty basic requests. When you are…
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