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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. [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
It’s no secret that horse jobs don’t pay spectacular salaries. Often there just doesn’t seem to be enough paycheck to fill out the month, let alone save for a rainy day. Here are some ideas for making a few extra dollars on the side. Remember, that your “day job” should be [...]
A few months ago I published a proposed Code of Conduct for Equine Employers. Now it’s the employee’s turn. Here is a code for Horse Industry Employees to follow:
1. Always think about what you can “do for” an employer first and what you “want from” an employer afterwords.
2. Always remember where the buck stops. [...]
Did you know the the majority of people don’t know how other people see them! As a natural result of being born and living in this world we develop a personality. To develop our personality, we reject and suppress some attributes and behaviors that are not helpful in getting [...]
We’ve said many times that, as a group, horse industry employers are generally not well trained in personnel management. This can lead to inefficiencies in the workplace. However, all too often poor management in general leads to a toxic work environment for horse industry workers. Here are some signs that [...]