Aileen Raquel knows all too well how tough it can be for an immigrant worker to adjust in Canada and why employers need to take their struggles seriously, especially as the country prepares for a projected influx of immigrant talent over the next 20 years….
Telling Stories: Spreading awareness about what works
A child of Tibetan refugees living in India, Tenzin Ngodup came to Canada to become a contributing citizen and give his children more opportunities. Tenzin brought 10 years of experience as a medical practitioner, but could only find work in a factory. …
Globe online chat with Elizabeth McIsaac: Immigrants and the job market
On the two sides of Canada’s economic recovery, Tavia Grant and Jennifer Yang chronicled the plight of immigrants in the work force.
While an astonishing 60,000 more women age 55 and over successfully entered the labour force , immigrants are losing their jobs at more than three times the rate of Canadian-born workers….