A new report from ALLIES-Accenture confirms the positive impact of mentoring on skilled immigrants and the Canadian economy.
Mentoring has proven to be one of the most successful strategies to assist newcomers find suitable employment.
The idea behind mentoring is a simple one – connecting an internationally-trained professional with their Canadian counterpart. Mentoring opens networks, builds relationships and increases social capital that is vital to finding employment.
Thanks to a new ALLIES-Accenture report, we now have the evidence to confirm the positive impact of mentoring on newcomers and our economy.
Watch the webinar with leading experts as they discuss the results:
Listen to Ratna Omidvar, President of Maytree & ALLIES Steering Committee Member
as she explains some of the findings of the report.