WORKSHOPS FOR JOB SEEKERS
Participating in our small group, casual workshops is a great way to increase your success!
In just a couple of hours you will refresh what you know and be surprised by what you learn.
These sessions are open to everyone.
Please contact us at 905.522.4902 to register for any of the workshops below.
Maximize Your Job Search
Successful job search requires more than a great resume. Find out where the jobs are and how to get them. We’ll talk about how to approach and follow up with an employer, the hidden job market and give you tips on how to focus your job search and stay positive.
Ace the Interview
Your hard work has paid off and now it’s time for you to prove that you’re the best person for the job. Learn how to prepare for the interview and find out what the employer is looking for in your answers to their questions. We’ll even give you questions to ask the employer that can help you to “Ace the Interview”.
Knowing what an employer expects of you is critical for your success. We talk about real workplace issues and provide solutions that apply to any job. Whether this is your first job or your fifth, you’ll see how to be “Job Smart” and succeed in the workplace. Includes Occupational Health & Safety information and workplace rights.
"It’s a morale booster to have workshops for those of us job searching. I do appreciate the efforts of the staff of Employment Hamilton. I learned how to focus my job search and am eager to put everything I learned to work."
"Thank you for taking some of the anxiety away! I’d strongly recommend Ace the Interview."
"I learned to stay positive which can be difficult! Keep doing everything that you are. You are really helping people. Thank-you!"
"Excellent workshop and facilitator. Very helpful tips and suggestions were given as well as insight into what interviewers are thinking and expecting. I look forward to utilizing more resources from EH in my job search."
"I attended Job Smart and wish I had a long time ago. Very grateful for the opportunity! I learned a lot."