Font resize

News

Minimum Wages Across Canada In 2017

You normally have the right to be paid a minimum wage. Applicable legislation exists in every province and territory as part of employment standards legislation. The rate is the lowest amount per hour employers can pay employees covered by the statutes. Here are some of the minimum wage changes that will be implemented in 2017.

Read more

8 Ways to Make a Good Impression on a Hiring Manager Before They Even Meet You

You know how when your friend wants to introduce you to someone you immediately badger them with questions about the person, and maybe even reach for the internet to do some stalking? Well, hiring managers are just like you (crazy, right?)—they want to get a good sense of who you are before actually meeting you.

Read more

6 work-from-home jobs that can pay more than $50,000

Which are some of the career paths that are starting to reap the benefits of working from home? Here are six office jobs you can now do remotely.

Read more

Economy adds 19,400 jobs, unemployment rate edges higher

Canada’s labour market pumped out another 19,400 net jobs last month – and the vast majority of the new work was full-time. Click here to read this labour market report.

Read more

Do’s and Don’ts of Keeping Your Job (In Good Times — and Bad)

Whether you love your job, hate your job, or simply see it as a means to an end, there are times when your focus is less on job satisfaction and more on job preservation. When your profession or industry is on the decline or when the economy is in the tank and employers are cutting

Read more

PrepCan Online Newcomer Information Centre is coordinated and funded by:

Centre for Education & Training Mississauga logo Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada logo