By Forbes | The study found that the average turnover rate for refugees at manufacturing companies was just 4%, far below the 11% for all employees.
News October, 2018
By Andrew Griffith, Policy Options| Economic outcomes may be the most fundamental indicator of whether immigrants to Canada have integrated successfully.
By CNBC | Immigrants have helped start more than half of America’s “unicorn” start-ups, including Uber, Palantir Technologies, and SpaceX, according to a new study by the National Foundation for American Policy.
By CBC News | The B.C. government is creating a registry aimed at protecting the rights of temporary foreign workers.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Looking for a career do-over? It’s a risky step, but here are 8 tips to help
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | From social work to university leadership, Sobhana Jaya-Madhavan’s career has been defined by a positive outlook, building relationships — and a little bit of adventure
By Jeniffer AcKerman, Vancouver Sun Walking the halls of The Junction is like walking through the heart and mind of Patrick Fernandez.
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | One of the first signs that North American environmentalists were uneasy about high immigration rates came from one of its best-known eco-warriors, David Suzuki.
By Financial Post | For the first three-and-a-half years of business at Avenue, staffing wasn’t much of an issue. The Vancouver-based company, which provides online marketing support to realtors, had 12 employees. Then the business took off — growing to a team of 85 employees in just 18 months.
By Bryan Yu, Business in Vancouver | B.C. employment surged in September, marking a fourth consecutive monthly increase, after a weak first half. Estimated employment rose by 33,300 persons, up 1.3% from August. Gains were propelled by both full-time and part-time work. Metro Vancouver employment growth exceeded growth in the rest of the province with … Continued