As a University of Toronto Commerce student, Khadija Waseem was frustrated that her classes “encouraged young women to be in business, but you still don’t see them in decision-making spaces, and you don’t see them as the heads of organizations”. Born and raised in Toronto, as a hijab-wearing young woman actively involved in her community, […]
Would you rather work for a firm where the entire team celebrates your success instead of being overly competitive? How about working for the fastest growing firm in Canada? Add flexible hours, office events throughout the year, banked overtime, and you get MNP – a leading national accounting, tax and business consulting firm in Canada. […]
With so many unknowns, starting a career can be a challenge for anyone. For new Canadians, it can seem even more daunting. Young and new to Canada, Juanita Gaona hoped to leverage her bilingualism to help her land a job. Through a combination of determination, mentorship opportunities, and constant learning, Juanita not only found a […]
Over the years, women have made leaps and bounds in the workplace. Although gender income equality and the infamous glass ceiling is still an issue, society as a whole is slowly but surely moving in the right direction. More and more women are rising into management positions, gaining influence one executive role at a time. […]
As a young professional, you might be worried about fitting in, making the right choices, and connecting with your co-workers. Many people, especially young individuals like students and grads, don’t feel comfortable distinguishing themselves as different. They want to fit in and be “normal” – whatever that means. But that doesn’t mean you should hide […]
Over the last few years, more and more employers have become active supporters of diversity initiatives, creating and launching innovative programs to support the needs of a changing workforce. However, if you do encounter some form of discrimination during your work experience, you should know how to identify it and figure out your next steps. […]
One of the best things about growing up in Canada is the diversity and the chance to connect with people from different cultures, orientations, and walks of life. Acceptance and inclusion are values that resonate with current students and grads, and many employers are highlighting them in their company initiatives. In fact, many have launched […]
Globalization has led to significant changes in the hospitality industry, especially in the way potential employers respond to diversity. Learn how to market yourself and take advantage of these growing career opportunities!
Read TalentEgg’s eight-step guide for students applying to Transitional Year Programs! From contacting your Aboriginal Post-Secondary Coordinators to sending in your final application, we’ve got you covered.