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Cannexus22 Virtual | Virtuel has ended
Wednesday, January 26 • 12:15 - 13:00
Onboarding Immigrant Employees in Gateway and Non-Gateway Locations

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Canadian small-to-medium enterprises represent 54.2% of the gross domestic product (Conference Board Canada, 2018) and are experiencing a worker shortage (BDC, 2018) exacerbated by the pandemic (LMIC, 2020) despite available workers: immigrants (BDC, 2018). Workplace onboarding, employee attraction, hiring and skills training programs adapted to immigrants may improve this situation, particularly for companies in non-gateway locations.

Learning Outcomes:
  • To identify the common challenges and needs of immigrant workers
  • To outline effective immigrant onboarding strategies that improve retention
  • To identify effective immigrant onboarding in non-gateway locations

Speakers
avatar for Alicia Piechowiak

Alicia Piechowiak

PhD Candidate, Concordia University
Alicia Piechowiak is a practitioner and researcher in the field of education with expertise in new employee onboarding, immigrant workplace integration and workplace training, specifically in non-gateway cities and in the manufacturing sector.
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Saul Carliner

Professor, Concordia University
Saul Carliner is a Professor at Concordia University. Among his books is Career Anxiety. He is a Fellow of the Institute for Performance and Learning and President of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education.


Wednesday January 26, 2022 12:15 - 13:00 EST