Monthly Archives: August 2011

Assessing the Recruiting Process

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This workshop has been developed to help you examine the way the organization sources, assesses, selects, and hires employees.

Regular Two-Way Feedback Boosts Employee Performance

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Regular performance appraisals and feedback improve employees’ performance but it’s important to be aware of cultural differences to ensure skilled immigrants are getting the most out of the exchange.

Human Rights Legislation Across Canada

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Human rights laws prohibit employers from discriminating against employees and job candidates based on protected grounds, such as country of origin and race.

Development Opportunities Boost Engagement and Performance

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Consider skills development initiatives that provide a Canadian context and help skilled immigrants grow their careers with your organization.

Creating Metrics

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This workshop has been developed to help your organization analyze the value that skilled immigrants bring to your workforce.

Finding Substance in Every Resumé

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Recruiters need to look past cultural differences to find the essential information needed to make an informed screening decision.

Overcoming Cross-Cultural Barriers During Interviews

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Being aware of culture-based differences in communication can help you evaluate skilled immigrant candidates more objectively during the interview.

Make the Hiring Decision

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Focus on objective criteria, consult other interviewers and conduct reference checks to make the hiring decision.

Get Help With International Educational Credentials

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Credential assessment services can help you understand the value of international education.

Skilled Immigrants Help Canadian Companies Do Business with the World

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International skills, experience and languages help local companies meet global demands.