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April 22, 2014
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Immigrant employment news and resources from across Canada including a new on webinar paid internships, celebrating Canada’s best diversity employers, recognizing innovation in foreign credential recognition and new policy papers on the underutilization of immigrant skills and employer perspectives on immigration reform and the expression of interest system. April 2014 newsletter
Internships are a cost-effective way for businesses to test out potential candidates, including skilled immigrants, for fit and expertise. This webinar will showcase how companies have accessed internationally-trained interns through the Career Edge Organization as well as a unique and innovative partnership between Career Edge, RBC Royal Bank and business clients of the bank. Join us for this free webinar and learn how paid internships can be a powerful recruitment strategy, a way to diversify your workforce and benefit the overall bottom-line of your company! Watch now>>
February 20, 2014
Celebrating Canada’s Best Diversity Employers
Winners of the 2014 Canada’s Best Diversity Employers competition were announced in February. In particular several employers were recognized for their development and implementation of various programs and HR strategies to better manage visible minorities and skilled immigrant talent.
The U.S. based IMPRINT program will feature Peter Paul and Kim Turner of Maytree in their next webinar, as they discuss initiatives undertaken in Canada and other places around the world to help skilled immigrants reach their full economic potential. Register now
January 16, 2014
New Webinar: Accommodating Religious Diversity in the Workplace
Find out what your legal duties are and how you can implement practical strategies in your workplace from our expert panel in our new webinar.
December 5, 2013
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Immigrant employment news from across Canada including a new hireimmigrants.ca webinar on the Expression of Interest, mentoring updates and new policy papers on the wage gap between immigrants and the native-born and strengthening the labour market.
The federal government will be introducing a new application management system that will aim to reduce application processing times and prevent backlogs. This system is currently being referred to as the Expression of Interest (EOI) model.
Recognizing local employers in the Ottawa Region for their innovative and exemplary HR policies and practices in managing immigrant talent.
Initiatives Prince George (IPG) to host its second Prince George Online Job Fair on November 19, 2013 to connect local employers with skilled new Canadians who are living in Metro Vancouver and are willing to move for work.
CGI was recognized by the Quebec Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities for their work in promoting diversity and inclusion including its commitment to mentoring.