Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Forgotten Person in Today’s Immigrant

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Alan Broadbent, reminds us that we must remember the immigrant’s long term contribution to the labour market and to the nation.

Moving Beyond Headlines Towards a More Diverse Judiciary

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Diversity at the top of the legal profession is a social imperative as lawyers and judges are in the forefront of advocacy and social change.

Ten Ideas to Celebrate Diversity

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Steps to create a more inclusive workplace.

Investing in Internships

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Exploring the business case for paid internships.

Four Ways the Power of Data can Improve Diversity Initiatives

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Qualitative data analysis also is useful for getting to the root cause. Key themes emerging from interviews, focus groups or comments from surveys can be insightful.

Look out for Hidden ‘Mediterranean’ Noses

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Dr. Mahzarin Banaji of Harvard University explains that we often underestimate the degree of influence our unconscious biases have on decision-making.

emergiTEL – 2013 RBC Immigrant Success Awards Winner

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Telecommunications and IT recruitment agency works closely with candidates to position their skills so employers can clearly see how they meet their needs.