There are things managers from visible minorities can do to move from menial jobs on upward

August 14, 2010
Globe and Mail

Wallace Immen

When Mohamad Sjamaun arrived in Toronto from Jakarta last year, he had high hopes of being able to use his skills and extensive managerial experience to land a professional job to be able to support his wife and four children.

He has a BA in engineering and added a masters degree in management, which led to 12 years of executive roles in technical sales and project co-ordinator for the Indonesian operations of Hewlett-Packard Co.

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Reference: Globe and Mail