61st Annual BC Chamber of Commerce AGM & Conference is a forum for new ideas and opportunities
IEC-BC Executive Director, Kelly Pollack will co-present with Peter Veress, President of Vermax Group at a plenary session on what companies can do to ensure that as they employ more immigrants, they work to integrate them and build genuinely inclusive organizations.
The BC Human Resources Association annual conference and trade show will bring together speakers, educators and HR professionals in a two-day program covering a wide array of topics relevant not only to the HR community.
SFU President Andrew Petter will speak about the Opportunity Agenda and what it means for Surrey and its future.
On the heels of the announcement of the provincial budget, the Burnaby Board of Trade is pleased to host a special luncheon with Premier Christy Clark.
Provincial Budget Breakfast with Premier Christy Clark
The Immigrant Employment Council of BC (IEC-BC) is pleased to attend the City of Vancouver mentorship program acknowledgement event on Wednesday, January 23 at City Hall Council Chamber
IEC-BC, in partnership with the Prince George Chamber of Commerce and Initiatives Prince George, is sponsoring a full-day Forum focused on practical tools, resources and solutions to help Northern employers tap into BC’s skilled immigrant talent pool on December 12, 2012.
IEC-BC Executive Director Kelly Pollack will be a panel participant at the BC Business Council Conference Connecting Jobs & People for an Optimal BC Economy on November 22nd to explore the opportunities and challenges facing employers in accessing skilled immigrant and aboriginal talent.
While organizations may understand the benefits of building a diverse workforce, tapping into the immigrant talent market and effectively assessing foreign credentials and experience can be a challenge. This interactive workshop is intended to provide you with access to resources and skill building that will support your organization to overcome these barriers.