Today, the Ian Martin Group is announcing its re-certification as a B Corp (‘B’ stands for Benefit). In the two years since we became a […]
About Tim Masson
A self-professed IT nerd and aspiring surfer, Tim became the Chief Steward & CEO of the Ian Martin Group in 2010.
The Ian Martin Group is “Connecting People in Meaningful Work” through its longstanding IT/Engineering Recruiting practice, as well as Fitzii – a hiring system for SMBs, and B Work – a new job board connecting purpose-driven job seekers with Certified B Corporations and other Conscious Businesses.
Through this work, Tim has developed a passion for helping old-world companies navigate the culture-change required to move into a new world of disruptive innovation, social responsibility, and self-management.
Entries by Tim Masson
The number one complaint from job seekers is that after they click “apply”, they feel like their application falls into the “resume black hole”. Last year, 75% of […]
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As a CEO, from time to time you get weak signals – feedback about the emotional life of the company you tend. It’s never a […]
Hiring the best talent is as tough as it’s ever been, with projections indicating that for the first time in history, the number of younger […]
Today, I am very excited to announce the founding ‘Stewardship Council’ for the Ian Martin Group.
NPS – Measuring how we’re doing with our largest group of stakeholders In December 2011 the Ian Martin Group became a certified B Corporation. […]
This year, we participated in the “Great Place to Work (GPTW)” survey to gain insight into how our employees view working at the Ian Martin […]
This article was originally published on The Mark News for an ongoing series following three of Canada’s founding Benefit Corporations.
We’ve joined the B Corp Community! IMG is officially a Certified B Corporation With a score of 88.3 we join Bullfrog Power and Dirtt […]
IMG certification is still pending.
“We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give.” ~ Winston Churchill I love old bricks… […]