2021-11-09T12:06:41-05:00September 22nd, 2021|

Networking for a Job in Canada

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Duration: 1 Hour

If you’re getting ready to start your job search in Canada, it’s important to understand the Canadian culture of networking. It’s estimated that 65-80% of job positions in Canada aren’t advertised publicly. Instead, they’re filled through the recruiters’ networks. As a newcomer, getting to know people and building your professional network from scratch can be a real challenge. Where do you even start? Right here.

We’ll discuss how to start building your network virtually and in-person and share tips on how to leverage your network to tap into the hidden job market  and achieve your career goals in Canada.

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What will you learn?

  • The benefits of networking for your job search
  • Establishing professional trust to build meaningful relationships
  • Tips for networking effectively through LinkedIn, coffee chats, and volunteering
  • Leveraging your network to apply for jobs

Who is this webinar for?

Newcomers in pre-arrival.

Speakers

Shikha Bhuchar

Founder
Arrive

Sonia Siddiqi

Online Services Coordinator
ACCES Employment

Chris Gonsalves

Chris Gonsalvez

Senior Manager of Sourcing
RBC Ventures

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About Arrive

At Arrive, our goal is to help you reach yours. We’re dedicated to helping newcomers by providing the support, guidance and resources needed for career, life and financial success in Canada.
Arrive is supported by Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), the largest bank in Canada* and one of the most reputed banks in the world, employing 80,000 people worldwide. This places us in a unique position to be able to help and support newcomers, like yourself, with credible and reliable resources that can help you get started while setting up a strong financial foundation in Canada.

Disclaimer:
This article offers general information only and is not intended as legal, financial or other professional advice. A professional advisor should be consulted regarding your specific situation. While information presented is believed to be factual and current, its accuracy is not guaranteed and it should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the subjects discussed. All expressions of opinion reflect the judgment of the author(s) as of the date of publication and are subject to change. No endorsement of any third parties or their advice, opinions, information, products or services is expressly given or implied by Royal Bank of Canada or its affiliates.