Category: Job Seekers

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When you’ve been in business for a while, often you don’t realize the insight, acumen and range of skills you have accumulated. You can feel removed from your early days when you were first starting out. You’re also likely to underestimate just how much you have to offer. Your hard-won experience – every failure and success, every lesson – puts you in a valuable position to be able to help guide and train the workers of tomorrow.

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Category: Employers Services

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Many of us have fantasized about what it would be like to run our own businesses, be our own boss and take control of our careers. But fewer have truly given it serious thought – that is, in the way of researching, gathering information, planning and forecasting. Yet it’s an absolutely crucial step for any budding entrepreneur who hopes one day to transition from fantasy to reality.

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Category: Job Seekers

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Finding work after taking some time to raise your children can be more difficult than you might anticipate. Whether you’ve been out of the workforce for two or twelve years, parents face a variety of challenges.

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Mentorship can be key to finding your way into the Canadian job market

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Category: Job Seekers

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We spend a lot of time on the job search process, thinking critically about our skills, carefully assembling or updating our resume, looking for suitable job openings and sending in applications. Often, though, we’re not aware that we may be inadvertently making mistakes that prevent us from being considered for the job we want. The good news is that the most common errors are easy to fix.

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Category: Job Seekers

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Job interviews are a fact of life. If you want to secure a position in an industry that interests you, honing your interview skills is essential. With a little advance preparation you can present the very best version of yourself – composed, confident and capable – to potential employers.

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Category: Job Training

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At our Workforce Skills Centres, we offer free academic upgrading courses in English, Math, Chemistry and Biology. You can earn your Grade 12 Equivalency or prepare for college, apprenticeship and employment opportunities.

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Category: Job Seekers

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Do you have an idea for a viable business? Are you ready to put it to the test? Going at it alone can be scary, but you don’t have to do it entirely on your own. You can launch your own business and receive support and advice at the same time.

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Category: Employers Services

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Businesses today have a long list of needs to be met. Small and medium-sized companies can find human resource issues a particular challenge. Staffing, training, workplace safety and employment standards are just a sampling of some of the issues that can be time-consuming. Fortunately for employers, help is available.

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