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Press Release: Leaders of Toronto’s Professional Immigrant Associations Connect with Employers to Address Challenges for Immigrants in Today’s Digital World
Toronto, ON (Nov 17, 2022) – Leaders of major professional immigrant associations in the Greater Toronto Area are convening with employers this evening at the Cisco Offices at #2900-88 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario. The purpose of the gathering is to address how...read more
How failing to consider intersectionality affects immigrant women in the workplace
Canada wants highly educated immigrants and has been more successful than other countries in attracting them. On average, immigrant women, for instance, have higher levels of formal education than Canadian-born women. However, when immigrant women arrive in Canada,...read more
How can employers support women experiencing intimate partner violence and racial discrimination?
A guest blog from Woman Abuse Council of Toronto (WomanACT). Intimate partner violence (IPV) impacts nearly one in three employees in Canada. IPV is not only experienced in personal spaces but often enters workspaces, impacting not only the employee experiencing...read more
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