Role of employers

Canadian Companies Still Struggling to Overcome Hiring Bias Against Minorities

Hiring Bias event and report release announcement: ‘Do Larger Employers Treat Racial Minorities More Fairly?’.

White House Launches a Call to Action for Private Sector Engagement on the Global Refugee Crisis

On September 20, 2016, US President Barack Obama will host a Leaders’ Summit on Refugees at the United Nations.

Women’s Leadership Matters: The Impact of Women’s Leadership in the Canadian Federal Public Service

Research study investigates the impact of women’s leadership on policy, programs, administration, and workplace conditions.

“The World Needs to See Leadership” says Guelph CEO and Refugee Champion

A Canadian CEO and entrepreneur donates $1 million to resettle 50 Syrian families, and is approaching the task as he would any business problem.

New Migration Council with corporate heavyweights to fight for a bigger Australia

Business takes a leadership role in the newly formed Migration Council of Australia. The organisation seeks to build a bridge between those with an economic interest in a big Australia, and those with a social interest in a fair Australia.

A Migration Agenda for the Private Sector

As Europe’s refugee crisis continues to evolve, offers of assistance have been complemented by a broad-based response from the business community, writes migration expert Khalid Koser. This mobilization highlights not only the role that the private sector can play in managing migration, but also the importance of extending this engagement beyond the response to the immediate crisis.

The South Pacific Secret to Breaking the Poverty Cycle

One of the most effective things the World Bank ever did to help people break out of poverty is to help them migrate, temporarily, to pick fruit overseas.

Canada’s Start-Up Visa: Build-Measure-Learn

Can a government work like and with the private start-up sector to jump-start immigrant entrepreneurship, attract the “best and brightest” international entrepreneurs …

Why wait for government? Unshackling immigrant entrepreneurs

UnShackled wants to extend opportunities to all entrepreneurs in the United States, including immigrants on work-visas who want to start companies without waiting for permanent residency. For some immigrant entrepreneurs, UnShackled may be the funding and stabilizing bridge they need to bring their ideas to life in the United States.