In part VII of the “LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers” series, we chat with Ladan, a recent Iranian immigrant from our Centerpoint location.
Why I became a Chef? Growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, food was the centre of any event.
Here are some important networking tips for introverts to consider and perhaps try and implement on your own networking journey.
How should you answer “What are you looking for in terms of salary?”. Follow these tips if you’re for an entry-level position.
No matter how great the job interview is going, there is always one question that stops you short. “What are you looking for in terms of salary?”. Such a straightforward question, and yet, the answer is so complex.
Networking is all about making connections, meeting and building relationships with people who can help your career. Here are some tips for successful face-to-face networking.
Most employers spend approximately 7 seconds scanning your resume for the first time.
The key concept with dressing for an interview is to keep it simple, professional and relevant to the industry you are interviewing for. Follow these tips to make sure you impress all the right people at your next interview.
Cover letters for Government jobs can sometimes differ from those written for the private sector. Here’s one example to help you get started.
Our ‘On The Line’ staff and Chef instructor have been working hard training and connecting our talented participants with employers! Our March session was a success as all participants sharpened … Continue Reading On The Line Culinary Training – March 2018 Session
A Cover Letter provides you an opportunity to explain how your skills and experience make you the right candidate for the role. When writing your cover letter, make sure you avoid making these common mistakes
Stand out from the crowd with these top strategies for Job Fairs or Hiring Events
The most important thing is that you arrive prepared.
Maximize your efforts with the following tips
Cold calling is one of the most effective job search tools. Before you start, it’s important to prepare yourself and do your research.
When you are a mature worker (over 45 years old) there are different job search strategies that you may not have considered earlier in your career.
I am writing to express my gratitude to TDSB Community Services for offering the Essential Language Training (ELT) Information Technology program…