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Sheryl Boswell

Director of Marketing, Monster Canada

Sheryl Boswell is a marketing and corporate communications leader engaged in strategic planning and execution to influence growth in both B2B- and B2C-driven markets. She has more than 20 years of progressive experience in strategic marketing, brand building, advertising, direct marketing, product management and product marketing, channel and partnership development, corporate communications and public and media relations. As Director of Marketing for Monster Canada, Sheryl leads the national marketing strategies for both employer and seeker audiences. Prior to Monster, Sheryl held a number of marketing and communications roles at ADP Canada. Sheryl holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Wilfrid Laurier University.
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How To Stay Focused Before The Holidays

During the holidays, the usual routines and motivations aren't the same and work tends to move at a slower pace. However, this doesn't mean you have to slow down, too. In fact, I find the time just before the holidays to be my most organized period. Below are some steps you can take to stay focused before the holidays and New Year approach.
12/14/2016 08:08 EST
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Bring An Entrepreneurial Spirit To Your Office

As human beings, we often find ourselves doing the same things in the same ways. We pour a cup of coffee, turn on our computer at work, check email... the list goes on. And sure, we've heard the phrase "creature of habit" to validate this type of behaviour, but I'm here to declare it's okay to mix it up every once in a while.
09/15/2016 09:50 EDT
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Observations On Gen Z In The Workplace

Only recently has greater attention been paid to Generation Z. As more data is collected, what we are beginning to see is not so much a continuation of the trends we saw with Millennials, but the introduction of a new cohort with their own priorities, beliefs and abilities. With yet another generation (for a total of five!) entering the workforce, it's important to understand what makes them tick so that we can better understand how to make the most of them.
06/13/2016 01:53 EDT
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Why Women Should Consider A Career In Tech

The technology industry is a diverse field that offers those working within it opportunities to be creative, to be innovative and to do some truly unique work. But there's one well-documented issue -- technology remains a male-dominated field. This isn't just an issue south of the border.
05/11/2016 12:40 EDT
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Laid Off? Take A Moment Before Diving Into The Job Hunt

Every person reacts to a layoff in a different way. In the immediate aftermath, you'll likely experience a range of emotions, from sadness to anger, to fear and frustration -- possibly even relief. And at some point while you're processing this unexpected life change, you'll be met with a big question: Now what?
04/01/2016 12:04 EDT
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Your HR Strategy Might Need A Millennial Makeover

Has your workplace seen an influx of millennials in recent years? If not, chances are you will in the near future. A mix of generations in the modern workplace often leads to a shift in the way that employees prefer to learn, resulting in a need to address different learning styles and varying preferences for consuming media.
11/24/2015 02:32 EST
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The Dos and Don'ts of Job Hopping

t job we get post-graduation is not going to be the one we remain in for our entire career. The days of spending decades at the same company are, by and large, behind us. Some may switch jobs once or twice, but others may have to cut their teeth in a dozen positions before finding the right fit.
10/23/2015 08:18 EDT