Workplace Culture in Canada: Cultural Values and Their Practices in N.L.
Thursday, March 30, 1-2 p.m.
IIC-3001, Bruneau Centre and online
Please join us for a special free session hosted by the School of Graduate Studies “Retaining Global Talent” project and the Association for New Canadians (ANC).
This session is a comprehensive package developed for employers and potential candidates, covering a range of topics related to intercultural communication in the workplace to harness the skills of newcomer employees. The Toolkit is designed to align with the Cultural Intelligence Center curriculum as a globally recognized standard for intercultural training. There are three individual modules in the Toolkit:
- Culturally Inclusive Hiring Practices – Guidance for removing bias and discrimination from hiring policies so that employers will hire the right candidate for the position, based on merit and skillset and also the candidate will know how to prepare.
- Culturally Inclusive Workplaces – Practical tools for developing a positive environment and internal policies that are essential to creating an inclusive organizational culture.
- Introduction to Workplace Norms for Newcomer Employees – Designed for current or future newcomer employees to assist them in becoming familiar with workplace norms and expectations in a Canadian workplace. Register: https://event-wizard.com/Workplaceculture0330/0/register/
Presented by School of Graduate Studies; Association for New Canadians