Working in Canada

Workshop: New to The Canadian Market? Discover What’s In It For You? (July 17, 2015)

posted on July 17, 2015

Adjusting to living and working in a foreign culture can be tough. Your adjustment can also vary according to your own circumstances – whether your family accompanies you, whether you are already familiar with the host country, whether you already know people living in the host country, and so on. Successfully adjusting to a new culture does not mean abandoning […]

Workshop: Canada, What’s In It For You? (Jul. 15, 2015)

posted on July 15, 2015

Adjusting to living and working in a foreign culture can be tough. Your adjustment can also vary according to your own circumstances – whether your family accompanies you, whether you are already familiar with the host country, whether you already know people living in the host country, and so on. Successfully adjusting to a new culture does not mean abandoning […]

10 Essential Steps to Former Executive Immigrants Getting their Dream Job

Working in Canada posted on November 12, 2014

Job worries affect us all thanks to the state of the global economic climate and the fact that there is seemingly no loyalty in business anymore. For recent immigrants who were former executives prior to moving to a new country, the concerns are likely to be far higher. Exacerbating the issue is the fact that these highly qualified immigrants are […]

Leaving your homeland

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Aline knows what it’s like to leave your home country and be an immigrant in Canada. In this video, Aline talks about some of the challenges she faced while setting down roots here.

The Hiring Crystal Ball: How to See If The Candidate Can Do The Job

Working in Canada posted on November 29, 2013

Have you ever wished that you had a crystal ball that would tell you if you should or shouldn`t hire the candidate you are interviewing? There are so many distractions during an interview, preventing you to make a decision as clear as a crystal ball can make it. Some things to look for in the absence of a crystal ball […]

The Secret Canary In The Mine: The Cover Letter

Working in Canada posted on November 22, 2013

Have you ever thought of a cover letter as the precursor to a candidate acing or dying on the interview? I call this the Canary In The Coal Mine Syndrome. This is where in the old way of mining, the air quality in the mine was determined by whether the very sensitive canaries kept in the mine would die from […]

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