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human resources

Job Offer in Canada - ZInny Factor
Job Search, Magazine, The Immigrant Worker

Tham Nguyen: How I Got a Job Offer Within 2 Weeks in Canada

In this article, Tham Nguyen shares how she got a job offer in Canada two weeks after she relocated from Vietnam as well as important tips to assist you with your own prospective job offer. When I saw this article she originally shared on LinkedIn, I remember telling myself that I had to follow up with her to reshare this article.

Tham is a Technical Acquisition Specialist specifically hiring Java & Javascript Developers here in Toronto.

Since I frequently receive messages from new immigrants asking related questions on a job offer in Canada, I knew it would be a great idea to share this piece from a professional recruiter. Read below and learn one or two things you could apply to your job search to land a job offer as a new immigrant.

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3 Things about Career Changes
Employee's Workplace, Inspiration

3 Things You Need To Know About Career Changes

Career changes many times sound daunting, but it’s a step that thousands of people feel the need to take. It’s a decision that is relatively simple to understand; after all, you’re going to spend a huge amount of your life at work, so you might as well be happy while doing it.

Despite how worrying the prospect of completely overhauling your career might sound, it is a more plausible option than many people expect. There are three key realities to a career switch decision that have to be taken into account before you make the leap for yourself.

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Moving on in business
Entrepreneur's Workplace

When It’s Time To Move On In Business

Business is tricky to conduct on a usual basis, even after a few years when you’re a pro at what you do. Surprises can come around every corner, and there’s no saying what markets will dip and when.

So trying to navigate through and around these, as well as emergencies that crop up in the form of business placement can get your head spinning. Moving on in business doesn’t have to mean you’re giving up on what you do, it can mean you’re out to grab bigger and better things.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

How to Improve Talent in the Workplace

No doubt, I love human resources and I derive so much joy from writing articles through my experience and things I have encountered or noticed over time.

If you are a young entrepreneur, business owner; small or mid-sized, in the management group, or a fresh recruiter looking out for ways to expand and grow your business, then this post is for you.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

5 Reasons to Consider Pay Transparency in your Company

I remember when we were told to present a paper on any topic we agree on. It was for my compensation class. Somehow, my team agreed on a topic related to pay transparency and even after our presentation, I have always taken out time to deliberate on the topic and pay transparency in general as it seems to fascinate me for reasons unknown. So, this topic is in honor and or remembrance of my great team members. I miss you all.

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Employee's Workplace

How to Make your Clients Love you

It’s August and I am so excited! Happy new month to you! I wish you a great work month filled with endless possibilities. Today’s article is one I have been willing to write for a very long time but never came around to doing so. I apologize for not updating the blog in a while, last week was so hectic, but of course, I have no excuses for not posting an article. If you visited the blog previously for a new post, I am so glad I have this up now and I will try to keep up with my schedule.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

5 Ways to Make your Workplace Flexible

Like I explained in the about section, I grew up in Nigeria and I also had the opportunity to work in the country for some time. Most of the jobs available in the country were full-time jobs, so you can imagine how excited I was to realize that I could study and work part-time when I relocate to Canada. To make my short story interesting, I also took out some time to research on if part-time jobs were available and I saw that there was quite a handful. That kept me really enthusiastic.

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