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Chris Beckage
Vice President, Business
Development USA

Chris is responsible for Procom’s expansion strategy in the United States.

With nearly 25 years of industry experience including leading international sales and delivery teams,

Chris is a dynamic and results-oriented individual with a unique perspective that helps Procom continue to evolve.

Chris’s consultative approach and utilization of business analytic tools allows him to present companies with a comprehensive understanding of the competitive landscape to attract and retain talent, and recommendations on how to position their employment brand.

A resident of Austin, TX, he holds BS and MBA degrees from the University at Buffalo.

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The counter-offer isn’t new, but its role has become an increasingly important consideration amid a job market impacted by the pandemic, the Great Resignation and soaring inflation.

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Here are the steps involved in onboarding international talent in Canada.

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The pandemic has presented an unprecedented workforce climate - yet while the world is slowly recovering, the workforce is rapidly seeing an increase in jobs and opportunities.  

The final stage in cementing any business relationship is contract negotiation. Whether you're entering the contingent workforce, becoming a fulltime employee or re-negotiating a pre-existing agreement, the workers who get what they want achieve it with a sound negotiation strategy.

And while the current workforce and economic climate may impact an organization's payroll, your skills and experience are of value, and it's important to approach the bargaining table with confidence that a fair and competitive market rate will be agreed on - if you're prepared.

Before you accept the first offer, lay the groundwork for getting what you deserve. Here's how: 

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The counter-offer isn’t new, but its role has become an increasingly important consideration amid a job market impacted by the pandemic, the Great Resignation and soaring inflation.

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Here are the steps involved in onboarding international talent in Canada.

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The pandemic has presented an unprecedented workforce climate - yet while the world is slowly recovering, the workforce is rapidly seeing an increase in jobs and opportunities.  

The final stage in cementing any business relationship is contract negotiation. Whether you're entering the contingent workforce, becoming a fulltime employee or re-negotiating a pre-existing agreement, the workers who get what they want achieve it with a sound negotiation strategy.

And while the current workforce and economic climate may impact an organization's payroll, your skills and experience are of value, and it's important to approach the bargaining table with confidence that a fair and competitive market rate will be agreed on - if you're prepared.

Before you accept the first offer, lay the groundwork for getting what you deserve. Here's how: 

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