Employer champions from the Syrian Refugees Jobs Agenda Roundtable are sharing their success in recruiting, hiring and benefiting from the Syrian refugee talent on their teams.
At this year’s Metropolis Conference, Looking Forward: Migration and Mobility in 2017 and Beyond, Hire Immigrants hosted a workshop, Disrupting the Hiring Bias: The Role of the Private, Public and Nonprofit Sector, focusing on immigrant employment as a priority involving three key stakeholders: public sector, private sector, and the nonprofit sector. Read more about our session highlights.
Hiring Bias event and report release announcement: ‘Do Larger Employers Treat Racial Minorities More Fairly?’.
Establishing inclusive recruitment practices is an important step to reach the broadest talent pool.
Many organizations in the GTA provide free services for newcomer entrepreneurs to help them a start business. Here are some key resources.
A guide for business to tap refugee talent and improve ways to source, hire, onboard and train refugees.
Business is going well at Germany’s SMEs. But a shortage of qualified workers presents a serious cloud on the horizon. Could the current refugee influx prove the silver lining?
A Canadian CEO and entrepreneur donates $1 million to resettle 50 Syrian families, and is approaching the task as he would any business problem.
Canada’s largest employer, RBC Royal Bank, sees diversity and inclusion as a business imperative. Why? Kirk Dudtschak, Executive Vice President, Personal & Commercial Banking, RBC Royal Bank, explains in a keynote speech delivered at the 8th Annual Conference for the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Ryerson University.
Business takes a leadership role in the newly formed Migration Council of Australia. The organisation seeks to build a bridge between those with an economic interest in a big Australia, and those with a social interest in a fair Australia.