ONE-STOP Career & Job Search Tool is the highest quality tool that you can use to find career information, labour market information and job search. It does it all in one place, and it pulls information from all the job search engines into one easy to use format. This tool will save you time and money and we suggest beginning your research before you leave your home country and come to Canada. Use Career Cruising before you immigrate, so that you know what you need to have to transition to your profession.
Archive for March, 2012
Creative practices in recruiting and integrating skilled immigrants can build an organization’s brand as an employer of choice, helping them win the war for top talent, and lead to a more innovative and productive workforce.
This webinar highlights award-winning practices from the winners of the 2012 Best Employers for New Canadians competition and offers advice to other employers looking for ways to best tap into and integrate this talent pool.
Speakers: Richard Yerema and Kristina Leung, editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Helmut Hager and Cindy Laporte of TELUS Corporation, and Lianne Landry of NTT DATA Canada, Inc. (formerly Keane, Inc.).
Below is a list of terms and programs related to skilled immigrants and employment, with a brief description of each.
Bridge Training Programs: These are programs that help newcomers get their license or certificate in their profession or trade, so that they can work in Canada.
Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB): A standard used to describe, measure and recognize the second language proficiency of prospective immigrants and newcomers who plan to live and work in Canada.
The SME Benchmarking Tool is one of the best ways to begin to research how to do business in Canada. The SME Benchmarking Tool will give you specific financial data that you need to estimate your revenue, your operating costs and ensure that your Business Plan meets Immigration Canada’s Business Visa /Resident criteria.