Author Archives: Seth Burgess
Here is the best way for employers to search for resumes (job candidates) at horsejobs.ca.
Note: To make contact with job seekers, you must have a paid job listing, have an annual subscription or be a paid advertiser.
A. Log in to your account
B. Click on Search for Resumes from the menu on the left of the [...]
Here is the best procedure to follow when searching for jobs at the horsejobs.ca site.
A. Log in to your account, or create an account if you don’t have one.
B. Click on Job Search from the menu on the left of the mane page.
C. On the right, select criteria you want to search for. Remember, in [...]
Confidentiality in a job or employee search can be one of the most critical issues to get right. Here’s how to keep your job or employee search confidential while using the Horsejobs/Equimax system.
If you need to keep your identity confidential when you post a job, set this option at the bottom of your profile page. [...]
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Conventional wisdom says “stick up for number one.” “Nobody will take care of you if you don’t.” Our society sends us the message that this is the attitude we should have when we negotiate for a equestrian jobs. Negotiating is seen by many people as a “battle of adversaries.” [...]
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of accepting a new horse job. But, wait! Have you done your homework? Here are nine things you need to be sure about BEFORE you accept a horse job.
1. Be happy with the job offered to you. Despite all sorts [...]
So you have graduated from a great equine related college program and you can’t find a job that pays enough for you to make the payments on your student loan. This is a common problem for graduates of equine programs. Many entry level horse jobs simply don’t pay enough to [...]
It is quite common for employees to disagree with their boss about how the horses are treated. There is a fundamental conflict of interest between running a horse business and the ideal treatment of horses. When money and competition are mixed with horses, the horses end up giving up [...]