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Topic: CERC event - Toronto November 30th

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Member since 11/21/2012
CERC event - Toronto November 30th
11/21/2012 / 7:04 pm    #-24

Hello everyone.

I'm reaching out to you today about an upcoming CERC event.

The Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) discusses the results of the 2012 Global Mobility Survey. 13,000 employees in 24 countries responded to the employee relocation survey Read the Press Release.

Results show that 25% of respondents (19% last year) say they would be ‘very likely’ to take a full-time job in another country for two to three years with a 10% pay increase.

ManpowerGroup is studying the impact of talent shortages on the global labor market through their global employer surveys. Explore what impact talent challenges are having on employers and what they are doing to mitigate the situation.

You'll gain greater insights into the impact of talent shortages and factors that are most likely to motivate an employee to consider accepting an assignment during this event.

I invite you to attend the Talent Mobility Forum featuring presentations from industry leaders:

Friday, November 30: 8:00 - 10:30 am
Toronto Club, 107 Wellington Street West (at York Street), Toronto

John Wright, SVP & Managing Director, Public Opinion Polling Division
Ipsos Global Public Affairs

Nadia Ciani, VP HR & Communication

Sean Woodroffe, VP HR
Sun Life Financial U.S.

This complimentary, invitation only event is for to senior HR executives. Space is limited. To register send an email to Talent Mobility Forum 2012.


Member since 10/01/2013
Re: CERC event - Toronto November 30th
10/17/2013 / 11:09 am    #-23


I am applying for immigration to Toronto, Canada since my aging mother is living there by herself and I want to be close to her. In addition, the rest of my family lives there as well.

Currently I have an Associate’s Degree in Human Resource Management from an accredited college in the United States and am working towards my Bachelors.

I’m a divorcee and a mother of a young child and therefore having a stable career path is very important to me so I can provide better for myself and my child.

I would appreciate if you could provide me some guidance on getting HR related jobs in Toronto and also information on what sort of training I could take to increase my knowledge and enhance my skills.

Thank you for your help in this important matter.


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