Learning from Canada’s Leaders in Workforce Development

Magnet and EnPoint are pleased to present a new report that collects the insights, resources, and strategies from thought leaders across Canada on building an inclusive future of work.

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November 24, 2022
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Creating accessible content starts with inclusive-minded leadership

Accessibility experts share why businesses should create accessible content and provide tips on digital accessibility.
October 26, 2022
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What to include on a resume? Build a recruiter-friendly resume with tips from a Career Education Manager

Career Education Manager Maurice Fernandes shares resume tips to attract the attention of recruiters and employers.
September 9, 2022

Ukrainian Canadian Congress connects newcomers to housing, jobs, and community

Luba Tarapacky of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) Toronto branch talks about the donation storefront Ukrainian Canadian Parachutes and the struggles newcomers face.
July 18, 2022

Is the no-tipping movement sustainable for restaurants?

The sustainability of the no-tip movement is discussed by current and former no-tip restaurant owners in Canada.
June 24, 2022

The Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada is removing barriers for Indigenous women artists

Learn how the Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada is supporting Indigenous women and removing e-commerce barriers for artists
June 15, 2022
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Voici les raisons pour lesquelles ces entreprises ontariennes ont rejoint le mouvement en faveur du salaire suffisant

Les entreprises de l’Ontario reconnaissent la différence entre le salaire minimum et un salaire suffisant, et décident de prendre des mesures. Deux propriétaires d’entreprises font part de leur expérience.
June 15, 2022
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Why two Ontario employers joined the living wage movement

Some Canadian businesses owners are recognizing the difference between the minimum wage and a living wage, and taking action. Two Ontario business owners explain how paying employees more has been good for everyone.