With entrepreneurial zeal, the Workforce Strategist (WS) will help discover new and enhanced workforce solutions, programs, and partnerships to help vulnerable and racialized youth across Canada gain a competitive edge in the marketplace and help employers build a skilled early-career workforce. The WS will work in concert with other Departmental Leads and Analysts across the organization to identify and integrate solutions to the biggest challenges facing youth in Canada as it relates to employment and income generation.
Our client, a not for profit organization located in Toronto, has an immediate opening for an Executive Assistant to join their growing team. Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the CEO and Board of Directors. The position requires flexibility as the organization continues to grow. Responsibilities CEO
The YWCA Canada senior management team is a team of highly energetic, inspired and dedicated professionals committed to supporting the mission and vision of YWCA Canada. Reporting directly to the CEO of YWCA Canada, this position oversees the financial management of the National Office, working closely with finance and other appropriate staff, to ensure
Our client, AWCBC, is currently looking for a Data Coordinator to join their team. This position effectively manages the collection and maintenance of the National Workplace Injury Statistics Program (NWISP) which consists of annual statistics collected and collated from AWCBC member jurisdictions and housed on the Online Data Community (AOC). The position also responds to
Our client, Nellie’s – Shelter, Education & Advocacy for all Women and Children has a fantastic opportunity to join the organization as a Program Director.
With COVID-19, it seems as though there are constant changes in how governments are responding and, correspondingly, what Canadian employers need to do. We’ve captured the latest in this brief update as there are some significant changes that employers need to be aware of. Mandatory Screening With the rise of COVID-19 cases in Ontario, the
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Employers who continue to have employees on reduced hours or wages because of COVID-19 will need to be aware that after September 4, 2020, they could be subject to claims from employees for constructive dismissal.
It’s vitally important for employers to implement appropriate protocols and procedures to ensure everyone’s safety.
To say this is a challenging time for workplaces would be an understatement. Unfortunately, there is no pandemic playbook and we are all doing our best to adapt to this ever-changing workplace landscape.