Blog by Chloe Cartwright, BSW, RSW, ABR

Attracting Skilled Workers from the UK

February 6th, 2012

WHAT ARE YOU DOING to ensure your business isn't left behind in the scramble for skilled employees?  With unemployment in Alberta at 4.9%, the lowest in the country and one of the fastest growing economies in the world isn’t it time you considered recruiting internationally?  Your company can be proactive and differentiate yourself from competitors.  It can be hard to find a cost effect ...

Employers.

March 4th, 2011
This Blog spot is reserved for Employers who are interested in having job opportunities posted at the various immigration fairs I attend in the UK in an effort to attract skilled workers and for news on labour shortages.  Other older posts, newsclippings can be found under various other headings. 

Posting employment opportunities at the fairs is a complimentary service I offer to bring employe ...

Project Managers in High Demand

February 13th, 2011
 Left to right, Gord Nixon, Larry Rosia and Faisal Arain are spearheading SAIT Polytechnic's new bachelor of science in construction project management degree program in September.
  Left to right, Gord Nixon, Larry Rosia and Faisal Arain are spearheading SAIT Polytechnic's new bachelor of science in construction project management degree program in September.

Photograph by: Dean Bicknell, Calgary Herald, For The Calgary Herald

There is an acute shortage of construction project managers in Alberta, according to industry insiders who say ...

Nurses are in demand again!

February 13th, 2011

Another sign the recession is over.  Nurses are back in high demand.  Read the article from Saturday February 12th here:

http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/Recruiters+bracing+nursing+shortage/3800234/story.html

 

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