For Employers

Resources

Here you can access a wealth of resources that can help you support your organization's search for diverse, qualified talent.  Explore the list below to find the right combination of materials that's right for you.

the CEO blog

This site features the insights, perspectives and expertise of Career Edge Organization and its network of employment experts. Our blog covers a range of topics within the realm of HR, recruitment, talent management and diversity.

Program Price Estimates - Clerical Positions

Consult our program pricing guide that reflects Career Edge Organization's low risk, cost effective hiring solution. There is no cost to you throughout the entire recruitment process; program pricing only comes into effect when participating employers find and choose to hire a successful candidate.

Our flexible recruitment services include payroll administration and direct-hire billing options to suit your business needs.

Accellerating the Integration of Internationally Educated HR Professionals

The Human Resource Professionals Association (HRPA) has produced the results of a study intended to reveal the barriers faced by Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) seeking careers in Canada's Human Resources labour market, and to enhance the integration of HR IEPs into the Ontario labour market.

Legislation - Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005

The purpose of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is to develop, implement and enforce standards for accessibility related to:

  • customer service,
  • employment,
  • information and communications,
  • transportation, and
  • built environment (currently in development)

The target date for reaching this goal is no later than January 1, 2025.

Toolkit - Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005

For guides, tools and information to help you get started on the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service and Employment, click on one of the following links:

Service Canada - Employer's Roadmap

This roadmap is a guide for employers in small to medium-sized enterprises interested in hiring Internationally Trained Workers (ITWs) for their organizations.

In the roadmap, you’ll find:

  • different routes you can take to hire and retain ITWs;
  • helpful tips on issues you may encounter on the way;
  • answers to questions you may have;
  • practical tools you can use at each step; and
  • resources to help you on the journey.
Toronto Board of Trade Employer's Resource Directory

The Toronto Board of Trade has developed the Employer's Resource Directory: Helping Businesses Leverage Foreign Trained Professional Talent. This exciting initiative is a component of the new Global Diversity @ Work program, aimed at connecting you with region-wide services to support the building of your businesses and managing diverse work environments.

Join our very own President and CEO, Anne Lamont, and Camon Mak, Director of Client Strategy and Multicultural Markets at RBC Royal Bank to find out what changing Canadian demographics means for your business, and how you can benefit from emerging new opportunities to grow your business potential.

Lose the Gen Y stereotypes!

Gain insights from Career Edge Organization's new survey that shows how Gen Y employees prefer traditional approach to work environment, pay and dressing for success.

To gain access to the full results of Career Edge Organization's Gen Y study, either log into your host organization account, or apply to become a host employer to access this any many of our other resources and intelligence sharing on employer best practices for recruitment, retention and integration of recent grads, graduates with disabilities and internationally qualified professionals.

Canada One HR Guide for Canadian Employers

Explore valuable and informative articles related to hiring strategies, web recruitment, and employment standards.

Service Canada HR Management for Employers

A one-stop library of resources related to:

  • Government Programs for Employers
  • Hiring Employees - How to analyze and write job descriptions, interview job applicants, and more. 
  • Training Employees - Types of training, learning concepts and a checklist for training needs.
  • Managing Employees  - Information on performance management, appraisals and problems that might arise.
  • Departing Employees - How to provide and use exit interviews, related links. 
hireimmigrants.ca Roadmap

The hireimmigrants.ca Roadmap is a step-by-step interactive guide with comprehensive strategies and tools to help businesses enhance their human resources planning and practice, from recruiting to retaining skilled immigrants.

Human Resources Networking Group

The Human Resources Networking Group (HRNG) is an online networking community for Canadian HR professionals. HRNG offers free membership and access to networking and growth opportunities via Articles, Archives, Forums, HR Blogs, Networking Groups and Jobs in HR.

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Internet Explorer 8

  1. Open the Tools menu. Use your mouse or press Alt and T on your keyboard.
  2. Select Internet Options. Use your mouse or press Alt and O on your keyboard.
  3. Select the Accessibility button. Use your mouse or press Alt and E on your keyboard.
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  6. In the still-open Internet Options box, use your mouse to select the Colours button or press Alt and O.
  7. Uncheck the default "Use Windows Colours" option. Use your mouse or press Alt and W on your keyboard to de-select the check mark.
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