Executive Search Company North York
Employees are a huge investment that every organisation hopes will create a great ROI in terms of increased performance and results. But if you have a huge turnover, the cost of finding, engaging, interviewing, and training replacements can be very high. Matching the right candidates with the right vacant positions increases the chances of job satisfaction and employee retention.
The Executive Wing specialises in forming the bridge between skill and career objective (for candidates) and vacant opportunities in your North York organisation to give you a profitable win-win situation.
Located north of Old Toronto and bordered by Scarborough to the east and Etobicoke to the west, the suburban district of North York in Toronto has a highly multicultural population of 656,000 residents according to the 2011 Census. 57 percent of the residents were born outside Canada, and 52 percent as considered visible minorities.
The major immigrant groups are Chinese, South Asian, Black, Arab/West Asian, Filipino, and Latin America at 14, 10, 9, 5, 4, and 4 percent. Other groups make up the remaining 7 percent. Owing to the diversity of its neighbourhoods, North York enjoys a range of cultures and festivities.
The largest age group in the district is 45 – 49 years at 7.8 percent. It is followed by:
- 40 – 44 years – 7.6 percent
- 50 – 54 years – 7.2 percent
- 25 – 29 years – 7.2 percent
- 30 – 34 years – 7.0 percent
- 35 – 39 years – 7.0 percent
North York’s central business district is one of the major corporate areas in Toronto. In fact, the section of Highway 401 that traverses North York exceeds 400,000 vehicles per day, making it the busiest section of the freeway in the continent. Finch station serves close to 100,000 people per day using the TTC bus station or subway station, while the Sheppard Subway receives around 55,000 riders per day.
North York’s labour force works in different industries, starting with the biggest employer, as follows:
- Technical, scientific, and professional services
- Retail trade
- Health care and social assistance
- Finance and insurance
- Educational services
- Wholesale trade
- Accommodation and food services
- Other services (except public administration)
- Public administration
- Real estate and rental and leasing
- Arts, entertainment, and recreation
About 1 percent of the population collectively works in management of companies and enterprises, utilities, mining and oil/gas extraction, and agriculture/fishing/forestry.
How much can a manager expect to earn working in North York?
A managerial position in North York is likely to earn you over$60,000 depending on your experience and company. For instance, the median salary for office managers is$60,000; that of a payroll and benefits manager is$62,000; while that of a senior financial analyst is $68,000.
Finding the right talent for open positions in your organisation can make the difference between wasting time, money, and results, and flourishing in North York’s vibrant business environment. What you need to do is partner with a company that has the right resources to find and recruit the right talent for you. The Executive Wing can be the resource you need to make your business thrive in North York.