In part VII of the “LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers” series, we chat with Ladan, a recent Iranian immigrant from our Centerpoint location.
Having a mentor who can share their expertise, experiences, and guidance can drastically help to develop your career.
Twitter can be a powerful job search tool if used correctly. It allows you to connect directly with employers & opportunities.
Career Development is a life-long process that requires us to revisit our occupational choices many times during the various stages of one’s working life. Regardless of age, change is constant.
When job searching, it is useful to know current trends in the labour market and how this may impact hiring in your industry. We’ve listed a few key trends and resources to help you understand the future job trends in Canada.
We’ve listed a few things to consider when preparing and what questions to ask an employer at your next job interview.
It’s the interview question we all dread, “Can you share what you consider to be your biggest weakness?” Here is a strategy ti help you answer this question successfully.
Cover letters for Government jobs can sometimes differ from those written for the private sector. Here’s one example to help you get started.
Need help writing a cover letter for an entry-level job? Here’s a sample cover letter to help get you started.
Stand out from the crowd with these top strategies for Job Fairs or Hiring Events
Cold calling is one of the most effective job search tools. Before you start, it’s important to prepare yourself and do your research.
This unique Youth Skills Link program provides 5 weeks of intensive kitchen training and
pre employment support to prepare individuals to start a career as line cooks.