Halifax Company Uses Settlement Agency to Find Immigrants: ISIS provides Maple Trade Finance access to candidates with the right skills to help the company succeed on a global scale.
The City of Calgary Boosts Candidates’ Success: The City of Calgary holds regular employment forums to educated skilled immigrants about job opportunities and hiring practices.
Cross-Cultural Awareness Makes Employees Feel Included at ATI: Language classes and diversity training create an inclusive environment for a diverse workforce of skilled employees.
Apotex Offers Business English Courses to Enhance Integration: Employees who fit in and communicate well with the rest of the workforce will remain with the organization and contribute to its growth.
Police Force Recruits Diverse Talent to Better Reflect Communities: The Ottawa Police Service designed a new recruitment program open to all cultures and provided promising candidates with ESL training when necessary.
Organizations across Canada have benefited from the talents, qualifications and experience of skilled immigrants. Here, companies of different sizes and from different sectors share their experiences in creating and implementing practices to best recruit, retain and integrate skilled immigrants.
A Page for Immigrant Diversity from the Gender Diversity Handbook? Lloyds Sets Diversity Rules for Top Job Shortlists
Lloyds Banking Group announced earlier this year that candidate shortlists for high-level bank positions will not be considered if they don’t meet new gender criteria. It’s not difficult to imagine a similar strategy in place to meet other diversity types, like immigrant and visible minority diversity.