バンクーバーでの仕事探し体験や教わった就活・職探しのコツ等、スキルワーカー移民のカナダ移住準備に役立つ情報を書き留めてます。


by workincanada

メンタープログラムで希望の仕事が見つかった移民の例

メンタープログラムで希望の仕事が見つかった移民の例:
Getting a friend in high places

Thanks to the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council's new Mentoring Partnership program, Pandya — one of 15 people matched with mentors in a pilot phase — was connected with Poddar, a senior partner with the accounting firm Ernst & Young.
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"There is a preconceived view that if you are not from a Canadian school or do not have any Canadian work experience, it doesn't matter how relevant your skills are," said Poddar. "That said, I think what these individuals are lacking are the soft skills. They don't know how to build a network, or dress and present themselves."



参考で、「移民の就職でメンターが必要となる理由」:
"Why we need mentors to tap immigrant skills"
(Globe and Mail 2月9日)

Even full utilization of credential assessment services will not solve the problem for all immigrants. With regard to foreign work experience, mentoring and internship programs can provide a solution to the Catch-22 of needing Canadian experience to get Canadian experience. Widely used in Germany with considerable success, mentoring allows more senior employees to pass on occupation-specific knowledge about local practices. Because mentoring programs impose costs on employers, subsidies may be required to encourage their use.
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by workincanada | 2005-05-27 14:45 | カナダ就職・転職