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CBC Abilicrew Placements for Excellence Program

By | General

CBC is launching the CBC Abilicrew Placements for Excellence (CAPE) Program as a follow-up to last year’s successful Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Placement Pilot. The abilicrew is an organized group of CBC employees with physical or mental disabilities and their allies. CAPE aims to kick-start the careers of people with disabilities, eliminate barriers to employment, and showcase the talents of this traditionally underrepresented group. Read More

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How to Get an Informational Interview

By | Jobseeker

Informational interviews aren’t about getting a job. They’re opportunities to learn inside information from someone more experienced about a role, field, or company that you can’t find through online research. Sometimes, they result in getting a job, but approaching an informational interview with that single expectation will likely result in disappointment. Read More

Our Parents, Peers, and Younger Selves

By | Employer

Everyday, I talk to employers. Employers who are socially responsible. Employers who lead their industry. Employers who do the right thing and give back. Top employers. We talk about giving opportunities to individuals facing barriers to employment. We talk about changing the lives of newcomers to Canada like my parents (and I) two decades ago, people with disabilities like some of my fellow grads, and post-secondary grads like my younger self. We talk about making a difference. Read More

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Top of My Game

By | General

[This week’s blog comes from Sonia Ragbeer, who just earned her Bachelor of Commerce from Ryerson University, majoring in human resources management and minoring in marketing. Last month, she completed her one-year term as President of Ryerson’s Human Resources Student Association.] Read More

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