Well we finally have an official open date. On December 15th, the long-awaited, highly-touted, brand-spankin’ new, shiny building smack-dab in the middle of Downtown Halifax will open its doors. Yes, Halifax, the seemingly endless wait is finally over. The Nova Centre is here.
I have one thing to tell you about a suit. You need one. There, now that we have that covered, you need to know how to buy one. Thankfully, I faced these questions. Through trial (and mostly error), I found and answered the five biggest questions when it comes to buying a suit.
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Corporate team building activities suck most of the time. It could be a game where you sit in a circle. Maybe it’s a scavenger hunt. Or could be it’s both (the worst kind). In Halifax, a new activity has started to emerge that has redefined team building. No, it isn’t axe throwing (too expensive) or bouldering (too dangerous) or a paint night (too tacky), it’s escapes rooms (just right!).
Halifax is a tough job market. With its low-cost of living, accessibility, and proximity to untouched outdoors, its a desirable place to live, work, and play. The only caveat is finding work. If you want to find a job in this city, you’re going to need to get creative.
For the past 12 years, Canada’s Top 100 Employers has compiled a list of the most desirable places to work in Nova Scotia. These rankings include comparisons to employers in the same industry as well as 8 categories that include workplace atmosphere, benefits, and community involvement, among others.
Below are the 14 companies that made the list, as well as why they are such a desirable employer.