Mentoring Journeys: Plaiting Stories of Success

Ryerson University, Student Campus Centre Mentoring Journeys 2009 is a conference presented by Ryerson University’s Tri-Mentoring Program that provides mentoring professionals an opportunity to come together, exchange ideas and explore future possibilities in...

Big Blue’s global reach

Ronald C. Glover, vice-president, diversity and workforce programs, helps unify people across time zones, languages and cultures Globe and MailJanuary 26, 2009 Randy Ray Diversity has particular global importance to IBM. About two-thirds of its revenues come from...

New faces, new customers

Reaching out to immigrants and visible minorities brings companies new perspectives and access to more clients Globe and MailJanuary 26, 2009 Deirdre Kelly It wasn’t what you’d expect a staff member to be doing at the corporate offices of Bayer Canada....

Wading into the talent pool

Stories of skilled immigrants who can’t find suitable work in Canada have been legion. But as awareness spreads of what employers have been missing, opportunities are growing Globe and MailJanuary 26, 2009 Tavia Grant In 1906, a young man named Samuel Cohen...

Hire local, think global

Assembling a work force that looks like the greater community has become a business imperative. Equally important is doing it the right way Globe and MailJanuary 26, 2009 Terrence Belford As Jason Colley explains it, in 2004 senior management at American Express...

York Region irks teachers ahead of Chinese holiday

Toronto StarJanuary 24, 2009 Nicholas Keung Immigration/Diversity Reporter Teachers of Chinese descent employed by the York Region District School Board have been told they can’t take a paid day off on Monday’s Chinese New Year’s Day unless they are...