From the individual to the community, how can we together create healthy spaces where we identify issues and find solutions to achieve a more equitable, diverse and inclusive Canadian labour market?
The power of representation is very real and necessary for the professional development. In this conversation several tips will be shared to help you better understand the mechanics of moving up the career ladder in spaces where we are a visible minority.
Often presented as the Eldorado of career choices, entrepreneurship still presents many challenges and is not spared from systemic racism. Let’s sit down with Anne-Edma and Josiane, to better understand all this!
What is the role of employers in maintaining systemic racism? That’s the question Andy and Aliska answer while breaking down the hiring process and highlighting the importance of self-confidence and salary negotiation in the job market.
Joining a golf course is also a way to develop your professional career. This is what Carla explains in this conversation with Michelle. They both discuss professional etiquette, the glass ceiling and pay equity in a refreshingly open manner.
What is systemic racism, really? This concept is clear to many and still very unclear to others.
In open and honest conversations, our guests sit down to talk about systemic racism and its impact on the Canadian labour market.