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Find out about the importance of inclusive language and how it makes a difference in the workplace for employees, customers, and clients to feel welcome, safe, and a sense of belonging.
Learn about exit interviews and how to provide honest feedback without leaving a bad impression.
Whether you are applying for your first position in leadership or are being promoted, learn what you need to know about becoming the leader you want, and need, to be.
Learn why a powerful, professional, digital presence will keep you front and center in the job market.
Find resources and online tools to assist in conversations and self-education towards the reconciliation journey.
Learn more about micro-credentials and how short, focused educational experiences can provide a certification or skills for someone in their chosen field of work.
Learn how to address client emotion around transition, and how to develop a more change-ready mindset in both yourself and your clients.
Discover new and positive ways to support clients with transitions into their 60’s and beyond.
A look at the evidence of misalignment between jobs and the required skills to fill them, and how to support individuals through a significant change with career guidance.
Nine trends that may shape the future of work and what
they mean for vulnerable workers
Learn about challenges and key insights on the employment prospects of age 45+ individuals across the globe.
Find the latest articles, advice and information from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) on dealing with emotional health.
Find a downloadable list of 153 action verbs and learn how to use them to instantly boost your resumé.
Learn what not to do and how to avoid 12 key things during an interview.
Learn how to find and choose references who can attest to your skills, experience, and performance on the job.
Learn about different ways to move careers and training forward.
Find a glossary of terms relating to gender identity to help better communicate accurately and respectfully with one another.
Learn about applicant tracking systems (ATS), how they work, and how to ensure your resume gets in front of the human resources hiring manager.
Find a list of resources for career professionals they can recommend to support clients with low literacy.