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The Canadian job market & Employment opportunities in it.

Immigrants come to Canada with dreams of a better life. But their job prospects here are often so minimal, that dream sometimes becomes a nightmare.

In order to increase your changes for a better employment you do need to master the following steps:

First

Writing Your Resume – Your resume is the most effective way to sell yourself.

Job Hunting Tips: -Those who find jobs are successful because they know how to conduct an effective job search.

Preparing For Job Interviews – Perhaps the most important key to a successful interview is to be well prepared for it and to have some knowledge of what to expect.
Employment Programs – Check sections for information on Canadian Government Employment Programs.

Online Employment Resources –  Here you’ll find a list of links in the following categories: 2Careers, Labour Market Info, Resume Help, Starting Your Own Business, Volunteering and Job Search Resources.

There are tons of jobs out there that the Web knows nothing about!
The majority of Canada’s economic growth is concentrated in the four major cities: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Montreal. Unemployment is higher in the Atlantic Provinces, such as Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island. If you are seeking employment in Canada and you do not posses a work permit, you should be aware that it is more difficult to find a job this way. A prospective employer would need to obtain a work permit on your behalf. Many companies are reluctant to do this as it involves spending time and money with lawyers.

Qualifications and skills

If you are looking for a well-paid professional position, high bilingualism with paid for. I mean English and French language  skill ability is essential. In Quebec, companies will require excellent knowledge of the French language. Always English-French bilinguals are in demand; many companies have to do business with both English- and French-speaking Canada.
It is important that you find out what types of jobs are in demand now and in the future. This information will be extremely useful in your employment or 2career planning
There is also a significant underground job market in Canada. Many individuals working on construction sites and some other manual labour positions may not have a work permit. Although this is also an option, we do not recommend working without a work permit as this increases the risk of being deported and being forbidden to come back to Canada.

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


Cross Cultural Training for business immigrants

This training has two modules.

 1. Cross Cultural Training for business immigrants who come to start a business or work in Canada.
 2. Language Assesment
 
 
1.Cross Cultural Training for business immigrants who come to start a business or work in Canada.
 
As Canada integrates herself with immigrants in the global economy, attracts foreign capital and acquires companies abroad interaction with the global business community is on the rise. This module is useful for professionals doing business with Canada.

Topics vary from Canadian culture to strategies for interacting, communicating with colleagues, business partners and associates. Real life situations are used to make the interaction lively and useful. The module helps you discover Canada through a combination of slides and photographs.

The deeper purpose of this module is to provide insights so that an expatriate achieves greater success through his professional interaction. Some of the topics covered are:

 
1.  Canada’s culture and social customs. 
2. Verbal communication
3. How do I build bonds with colleagues?
4. Tips on what you need to be careful about? 
5. Business etiquettes. 
6. If the expatriate is a man, nature of interaction with female colleagues. 
7. Virtual tour of Canada 
8. Insights on topics that some people associate with Canada like caste etc. 
 
 
We seek to understand your requirements through a Needs Assessment Form  that is to be filled up by every person who is going to attend the workshop. Based on the feedback received we customize the training for you. 
 
Format:
 
1. One day workshop (includes lunch).
2. What is fundamental to  Canada?
3. Number of participitants – maximum 15-18. 
4. Could be from the same or different companies. 
5. We conduct one to one interactive sessions for CEO’s, Senior Management, Consulate employees and provide comprehensive Business Consulting advice and cross cultural training.
 
 
Who should attend: 
 
1. Business Entrepreneurs who are coming to work in Canada.
2. Expatriates who are doing business with Latin America. 
3. Non Resident immigrants returning to Canada after a number of years. 
4. Employees working for the Hospitality, Information Technology, BPO and Manufacturing sectors and Consulates / Trade Commissions. 
 
 
After the workshop: 
 
1. You are welcome to email us about how deal to with specific situations or any other questions. This would be provided at no cost to you. 
2. You will receive a Newsletter that shares insights, tells you about cultural events and provides links to pictures on Canada etc. 
 
 
Interactive:
 
1. If you have any questions on why Canadians  behave or think the way they do, importance of certain cultural symbols, how to deal with a specific situation at work or any other cross cultural matters email us your queries (go to Contact Us section) and be assured of a prompt reply. 
2. You can share your experiences of working and living in Canada through an article not an exceeding 1000 words. Links to the article would appear on our site. When you send us the article let us know whether we should post name and email id of author on the site. 
 
 
The module is designed and delivered by Mrs Diaz. In addition to his professional roles, Mrs Diaz makes time to run a site www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org). This site, whose archive now counts over 400 essays and 1,600 pictures single-mindedly, focuses itself on demystifying Canada for Canadians and foreigners alike. corporate/consulting and Hineni backgrounds give her a unique understanding of Canada. 

Facilitation Program for business immigrant and entreprenuers

Facilitation Services
 

Hineni Cross cultural division has been facilitating numerous  Canada-Foreign business ventures since its inception .  Almost every global business venture that the firm has managed invariably included an extensive degree of communicative, cross-cultural and operational facilitation.

Also when business immigrants are ready to start their own franchise, they’ll be able to set their own course, and create their own wealth.   It’s no secret that several people have made millions by running their own franchise, and at Hineni, we have discovered why. When you work a normal job, doing what your boss says, getting the same yearly cost of living increase. No matter how hard you work, you seem to be stuck on a treadmill. But at Franchise Opportunities   abound in Canada as way not only to get established and prosper but to open employment jobs to  others. We believe facilitation programs for business immigrants and entrepreneurs are  a great  idea.

Hineni CC’s principals have more than fifteen years of combined experience in the art of managing day-to-day interactions between Canadians businesspersons and their foreign investors  counterparts. Experience has shown that dedicated facilitation and resolution of communicative and culture generated challenges can be critical to the success of global ventures. Consultative intervention by an experienced facilitator who is intimately familiar with the foreign business environment and its unique cultural mindset, can effectively avert impediments, reduce obstacles and improve overseas business outcomes.

 

Hineni CC’s Facilitation program is an “In-Process” version of our business consulting programs integrated with cross-cultural knowledge elements and personalized coaching services. Whereas consulting and coaching are typically more academic venues, our Facilitation program offers clients an opportunity to acquire real time coaching, insight, challenge analysis, and solution strategies for issues that arise while they are actively engaged in business processes either in Abroad or in Canada. Clients can leverage Hineni’s extensive experience and familiarity with business practices and cultures in both countries to either resolve complications, decode behavior and positions, or simply solicit advice on implementing the most constructive strategies for achieving business harmony and results. 

 

Facilitation services can be provided in person and on-site or can be delivered via phone or email and can include:

  •  Coaching, analysis and support services during negotiations.
  • Advice and support with language and communicative processes. 
  • Support in understanding and deciphering foreign business conduct. 
  • Tuning real time strategy adjustments occurring during the business process. 
  • Suggesting real time, case specific methodologies for motivating business partners. 
  • Support in developing team-building initiatives. 
  • Assistance with conflict evasion issues.

 

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


Immigration Franchise:Canada

Business immigration offers a valuable source of new skills and new employment for Canada, and potential immigrants have a number of immigration options when applying for residence. One of these options is specifically aimed at the business sector and is of particular interest to franchisors and franchisees. It’s called the business immigration program.

The Canadian BIP or Business & Investor Program  caters for people who are interested in establishing a business in Canada either without living permanently in the country or to meet the relevant criteria for residence under the Entrepreneur category. These criteria are to contribute to economic growth through:

Increasing Canada’s level of human capital
Encouraging enterprise and innovation

Franchising is the practice of using another firm’s successful business model. The word ‘franchise’ is of anglo-French derivation – from franc- meaning free, and is used both as a noun and as a (transitive) verb.[1] For the franchisor, the franchise is an alternative to building ‘chain stores’ to distribute goods and avoid investment and liability over a chain.

Immigration & Franchising
The purpose of the Business & investor Visa scheme is to encourage experienced business people to bring capital, experience and know-how to Canada and by doing so to create employment and make a contribution to Canadian economy. An important Canada Immigration office’s role is to help ensure that we attract the right people and make sure that they have every chance to succeed.

If Canada wants such people and need them and Canada recognises that franchising is one of the easiest ways in which immigrants can enter the business market here in accordance with the above requirements. However, not all franchises meet the employment and investment criteria. The immigration Canada does have a certain amount of discretion and each case is judged on its own individual merits. Prospective applicants looking at franchises should therefore bear in mind all the above when researching their options.

When selecting a franchise, carefully consider a number of factors, such as the demand for the products or services, likely competition, the franchisor’s background, and the level of support you will receive. You also need to carefully consider how much money and time you are willing to invest in the franchise opportunity. Some people use franchising as a passive investment, while others use franchising to become “their own boss”.

The foreign market is enormous. People are out there looking for opportunities and growth, and Canada is a very attractive destination for them. If you take time to build the right relationships, and help them into your systems, you will find a new source of hard-working business-minded people.

 

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


Canadian Business Visa:Entrepreneurs Class Program

A Canadian Business Visa can be obtained under the following three categories:

•Immigrant Investors Program
Entrepreneurs Program
•Self-Employed Persons

The Entrepreneur class confers permanent residence upon applicants who demonstrate an ability to become economically established in Canada on the basis of their business experience and significant personal net worth.

To be a successful applicant and get into the  Canadian Entrepreneur Class Program, you’ll need to show any Immigration Canada province of your choice   that you have a worthwhile Canada business plan.

They’ll be particularly interested in seeing:

* An outline of your proposed business.
* Evidence of its viability and benefit to Canada.
* Realistic financial forecasts.
* Where the money will come from.
* Evidence of your business experience.
* How thoroughly you have researched the market.
* Evidence that you have enough money to live on in addition to the money you need to fund your business.

Approval is contingent upon the entrepreneur undertaking to invest and become involved in the active management of a qualifying business operated in Canada that will contribute to the economy and create employment.

Once you have successfully established a business in Canada, in which you’ve been ‘self-employed’ for at least two years, and you can show that your business has benefitted Canada, you could be eligible for residence in Canada under the Entrepreneur Category.

To Qualify a successful Entrepreneur Class applicant is one who has:
 

Make substantial investment in new or existing business.
Provide active and ongoing management of the qualifying Canadian business.
Create at least one incremental full-time job equivalent for Canadian citizens or permanent residents, other than the entrepreneur and their family members.
Must meet the conditions for a period of at least one year within the period of three years after the day on which the entrepreneur becomes a permanent resident.
 

A successful Entrepreneurs Class Program  applicant is one who has a) managed a qualifying business and has controlled a sufficient percentage of equity of the qualifying business for at least two years in the period beginning five years preceding the application; b) possesses a personal net worth of $300,000 and c) undertakes to control a sufficient percentage of the equity of a qualifying Canadian business and provide active and ongoing management of the qualifying Canadian business that will create at least one incremental full-time job for Canadian citizens or permanent residents, other than the entrepreneur and their family members.

 

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


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