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.
Published three times a year, find the latest career counselling and development practices and theories for career development professionals including guidance counsellors, employment advisors, career coaches and human resource professionals.
A guide providing tips, activities and actions that small business can take to attract, engage and retain staff. It includes special sections on new graduates, the aging workforce and family enterprises, and provides planning templates and links to unique resources.
A guide focusing on elements unique to the public sector. It includes common tools and information useful to any executive or manager regardless of sector, seniority or team size.
A guide focusing on how managers can engage full-time and part-time staff in activities that advance, develop and support thriving careers within the sector.
The Canadian Journal of Career Development is a peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices from Canada and around the world.
Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan 2020-2030 is a road map for a growing province of 1.4 million people and a strong economy with 100,000 more jobs. Find information on the growth of the economy for career planning when considering sectors, industries, training and earning potential.
New Release June 2020, by Spencer Niles, Norman Amundson, Roberta A. Borgen, & Hyung Joon Yoon. An Introduction for students to Hope-Action Theory. The book highlights how students can apply self-clarity to create a personalized vision of a future professional or educational career.
A New Release by Spencer Niles, Norman Amundson, Roberta A. Borgen, & Hyung Joon Yoon, August 2020. Creating Hopeful Careers in Difficult Times. The book provides powerful strategies to readers to create hope and manage their careers throughout their lifetimes.
The guide provides a better understanding between career development and mental health and provides the distinction between mental health and mental illness. A free PDF copy of the guide is available for download.