Smart business: Two ideas to tap into newcomer markets (Employer eTip)October 10, 2014
To boost a company’s productivity and growth, businesses should focus on understanding the needs of newcomer customers and immigrant entrepreneurs.
Three Steps to Start a Successful Employee Resource Group (Employer eTip)June 25, 2014
Groups foster personal and professional development.
Overcoming Biases to Succeed (Employer eTip)June 12, 2014
Tips to minimize the negative impacts of hidden biases in managing immigrant talent.
Adding Value to Paid Internships (Employer eTip)May 29, 2014
Providing added-value supports to an intern’s experience benefits everyone.
Learn how internships for skilled immigrants can help with immediate staffing needs.
Turning Cultural Differences into an Advantage (Employer eTip)March 13, 2014
Tips on how to overcome the risks of linking workplace challenges to culture.
Effectively Managing Religious Accommodation in the Workplace (Employer eTip)January 30, 2014
Employers have a legal mandate to accommodate religious practices and observances in the workplace, but they should also see it as good human resource management.
Accommodating Religious Diversity in the Workplace (Employer eTip)January 15, 2014
An employer has a legal duty to accommodate religious observances and needs of their employees and implement reasonable accommodation.
How Do You Find Immigrant Talent? (Employer eTip)December 20, 2012
Canada’s immigration system is changing rapidly. These changes will affect the future labour pool and who you hire. One thing that will remain the same in hiring practices is looking at the ready and available talent pool here in Canada.
Among others, the federal government has made or proposed the following changes to the Canadian immigration system that could affect the future labour pool.
Learn more about the changes to Canada’s immigration system and how they may affect your company’s human resources strategy.