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Audience: Employers Formats: PDF Tags: employment

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March 1, 2018

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This basic guide to keeping a job features information about what employers are looking for in their employees. It includes self-assessment exercises, tips on problem solving and a list of helpful community resources. Written in plain language.


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August 1, 2015

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This report focuses on recruitment and employment practices for persons with disabilities. There is an information scan on the persons with disabilities population in Canada and Alberta, as well as their income, occupations, education and barriers to employment. The report also summarizes survey...


Views: 22
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October 1, 2012

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Provides information on the following topics: hiring foreign workers; retaining foreign workers in Alberta; settlement and integration of foreign workers; and using recruiters and immigration consultants.


Views: 10
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January 1, 2012

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In July 2011, the Safety Codes Council (SCC) commissioned Howard Research & Management Consulting Inc. to conduct research to identify and investigate recruitment and retention issues that impact organizations that employ Safety Codes Officers (SCOs) in Alberta, including the identification...


Views: 367
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January 1, 2012

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This book is for employers, managers, supervisors and business owners who are considering layoffs for any reason. It has two purposes and is divided into two sections. Section one, Before you decide to let people go, and section two, When layoffs are unavoidable.


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June 1, 2007

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For the purpose of this profile, older workers are defined as those people who are aged 45+ years. Population of Alberta's Older Workers: In 2007, Alberta had the lowest proportion of older workers in Canada. The number of older workers in Alberta's working age population (WAP) grew by 48.4%...


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January 1, 2003

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Topics covered include importance of personal qualities, skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to maintain work, explore strategies for problem solving and responsibility for actions.