Juliet Turpin, Manager, Permanent Search Practice, Randstad Technologies

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Juliet Turpin acts as the subject matter expert and ambassador for all permanent opportunities in the Toronto region. She is responsible for managing a team of recruiters and account managers whose main focus is permanent placement.  Through her experience on the sales floor, Juliet has honed her skills as manager, trainer, mentor and public speaker on behalf of the company.

 Juliet originally joined the organization in 1992 on a contract basis as a receptionist and administrative assistant. Juliet was later offered a position in the Business Development Group where she worked on exclusive CNC Global business initiatives, before taking on her current role as a Resource Manager in 1995. 

 

  

 

Blog Posts by Juliet Turpin:

Can Ontario fill Canada's labour shortage, woes?

Can Ontario's skilled workers, fill British Columbia's LNG  labour shortage? With the price of oil falling rapidly and companies cutting costs and prior to Christmas, the Business News Network...Read more

Women Shaping Business: Toronto Panel Discussion

Women Shaping Business: Toronto Panel Discussion The 2014, Women Shaping Business program brought together some amazing leaders to discuss mentorship, gender equity and the advances that...Read more

Canada's Most Wanted Professionals: Top Jobs 2014

Canada's Most Wanted Professionals: Top Jobs 2014 While November's Labour Force Survey has seen the first decline in jobs in the last two months, 2014 has been a great year to be a Canadians looking...Read more

Mentorships, the good, the bad and the ugly : Women Shaping Business

As part of the Women Shaping Business Program, we looked at mentorship with one of our panellists from events we held across the country. Dr. Rebecca Sullivan, an Associate Professor of the...Read more

Women Shaping Business 2014 : Shrinking the divide, expanding the conversation

According to the third annual Women Shaping Business survey conducted by Randstad Canada, the gender divide has been shrinking in today's workplace.  As salary continues to be a discussion point...Read more