A pertinent issue both a career practitioner and jobseeker can face during transition is maintaining a career mindset. Change is inevitable and a part of daily life, but COVID–19 has presented a unique set of challenges that require a strong career mindset and an arsenal of change management skills. Incorporating change management skills into a career mindset is good starting point that will enable you and your clients to stay grounded in an ever-changing economic and social landscape.
Tag: Career management
Let’s say you’ve got a new job offer in hand, but you’re not thrilled with the salary. Or you’re angling for a promotion at work, but your manager doesn’t seem to be on the same page. Maybe you’re overwhelmed with too many projects and you want to adjust your workload. All of this calls for a negotiation.
So much of our everyday language excludes different backgrounds, genders, and abilities. While this is oftentimes unconscious and unintentional, some commonly used words and phrases can read as male- or cisgendered-centric, while others can reinforce negative stereotypes about mental health, physical ability, or nontraditional family structures.
As Mother’s Day approaches, we look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced a reckoning between career ambitions and family aspirations for many women, and what companies can do to help them.
We are excited for this encore presentation of the LinkedIn Guys to share their expertise, in partnership with alumniUBC, Faculty of Arts and Centre for Student Involvement & Careers.
Canada accounts for close to 850 fintechs of the 6,000 that exist in the all of the Americas. Canada also has the most robust banking system in the world - it would be safe to say that we are on the path towards becoming a world-leader in fintech!
In a deep-dive of a province-based segmentation, the largest number of fintechs exist in Ontario (47%), followed by Quebec (24%) and BC (18%).
When you receive a job offer, it's best to avoid accepting it right away. This gives you time to think about whether what you’re being offered is really in line with what you want—and if it isn’t, there may be room to negotiate. But how do you do that? Download this career kit to find out.