Three reasons HR designations can help you advance your human resources career in Canada
Internationally-educated human resources (HR) professionals can grow their incomes and support career advancement by investing in professional development. HR designations, in particular, can help immigrants and refugees working in HR to reach their career development goals faster.
Career opportunities for newcomers at Canada’s largest employer: The Government of Canada
Patricia Kumbakisaka shares why she chose a career in the Canadian public service and highlights the benefits to immigrants and refugees of doing so.
Three tips to become a physiotherapist in Canada
Physiotherapists are in demand across Canada and internationally-educated physiotherapists (IEPTs) play a critical role in addressing the labour shortage in this field. We explore tips to help IEPTs advance through the complex Canadian licensing process.
Six tips to continuously improve in your Canadian career
Career potential for skilled immigrants and refugees to Canada has never been greater but Medina Puskar of Manitoba Start says new Canadians must still give serious consideration to investing in their knowledge and abilities.
How foreign-trained veterinarians in Canada can put their valuable skills to use
The skills and knowledge of foreign-trained doctors of veterinary medicine (DVMs) are badly needed across Canada. Windmill partner, VetStrategy, offers advice to these veterinarians to help them advance through the veterinarian licensing process in Canada.
Building your engineering career in Canada: Tips to succeed in the Canadian engineer licensing process
From aerospace and public infrastructure to clean energy projects, internationally-trained engineers are needed across Canada and will continue to be in the years ahead. Enayat Aminzadah of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) offers recommendations for advancing through the engineer licensure process.
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Adjusting to your new life in a new country
Windmill blog asks Windmill clients what they love about their lives in Canada and highlights success strategies for finding affordable housing, navigating the financial system and getting off to the best start possible.
Improving wellness by investing in yourself
Windmill’s blog takes a look at life away from work, highlighting the importance of self-care, the value of downtime and unique experiences new Canadians can explore in their new country.
Information and resources to help you launch and advance your career
From understanding the education you need to get reaccredited to financial planning and job search tips, you’ll find everything you need to succeed in your Canadian career within Windmill’s new Career Planning and Success Centre.