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Engaging Employers

Strategies for Integration of Internationally Trained Worker

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Multicultural
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Adey & Gagnon
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 54-58; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Employment, Worker, Immigrant, Foreign, Employers, Research

This article reviews research from the Internationally Trained Workers Partnership on the barriers to employment for foreign trained workers from both the immigrant and the employer perspectives

The Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program

Considerations for the Future of Farming & the Implications

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Diversity
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Nelson Ferguson
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 189-193; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Labour Market, Employment, Canada, Agriculture, Migration, Worker, Immigrant

For the past four decades, Canada's managed migration program has been addressing agriculture's labour deficiency

Transnational Migrant Women in Rural Canada

In: Women > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Kerry Preibisch
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 184-188; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Migrant, Women, Rural, Canada, Employment, Worker, Gender, Agriculture, Immigrant

In this article, the author explores the experience of women, as foreign agricultural workers in rural Canada and the role of gender