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Job applicant asleep_Hiring challenges don’t mean lowering your standards_HFA
David Gunn
Hiring challenges don’t mean lowering your standards

Today’s hiring challenges What would you say is your biggest challenge in 2021? Up until recently, I think most of us would have said it was the broken supply chain. But for many of us, that has changed to the hiring challenges of finding and keeping quality employees. No, scratch

Tepperman's Furniture opened this "pop-up store" to recruit employees.
Robert Bell
This pop-up didn’t sell a single thing. It was a huge success.

Two months after its opening, the Tepperman’s Furniture pop-up store in an Ancaster, Ontario, mall closed without selling a single appliance or piece of furniture. Andrew Tepperman is delighted with the pop-up’s success. That’s because the pop-up, filled with 35,000 square feet of product, was never created to sell furniture.

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