Marking the 10th anniversary of Canada’s National Career Development Conference, Cannexus16 brought together a record 900+ delegates in Ottawa from Jan. 26-28 to exchange information and explore innovative approaches in career counselling and career development.
Featuring a fresh design, the new Winter 2016 edition of Careering magazine delves into “Resilience” and what it means for both career development professionals as well as clients.
The University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg are working with Career Trek to undertake a CERIC-funded research study that will extend our knowledge of children’s career development theory, and allow us to better understand how youth make career-related decisions and how to best support the process.
Canada’s largest employers are more likely to say that the skills gap has become worst compared to their small business counterparts, according to CERIC’s latest analysis of its Career Development in the Workplace: National Business Survey. The new findings present a breakdown of survey results by employer size—fewer than 10 employees, 10 to 49 employees,…