Workplace Transition

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Natalie's Co-op Blog: The Joys of the Lunchroom - Being Social on the Job

Workplace Transition

You are new to the company, and you don’t know anyone. Where do you start? How about the lunchroom! Read on to learn about my lunchroom experience for my first co-op job.

By: npope 692 reads | 0 comments
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How To Say Goodbye At Work

Workplace Transition

Saying goodbye is hard under any circumstance, and people tend to avoid doing it as a result. Workplace relationships end all the time, so what's the best way to end them gracefully? I share my thoughts here.

By: David Lindskoog 2306 reads | 0 comments
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Generation Jobless?

Workplace Success

In the wake of a recent CBC documentary called Generation Jobless, there's a big debate going on right now as to the value and responsibility of post-secondary education in Canada. Here are the arguments, and my thoughts.

By: David Lindskoog 809 reads | 0 comments
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Sidestepping The Plan: My Co-op Reflection

Career Peer

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a seemingly simple question – something for which no answer could be considered incorrect. So why do university students suffer an existential crisis the very moment we’re posed its equivalent: “What’s your plan after graduation?”

By: Malinda Pathacharige 1740 reads | 0 comments
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Yat’s Hong Kong Adventure: Experiences to Embrace Working Internationally - Culture

International Co-op

Ever wondered what it would be like to work in Hong Kong? Yat Li shares with us in this 3-part series on his experience adapting to a new culture, living arrangement and workplace culture. Also hear about his food and city adventures exploring one of the world's most densely populated areas.

By: yatli 2089 reads | 1 comments
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To Work, Or Not To Work: A Mother's Dilemma

CSI Blog

You have recently welcomed a new baby into the world. Before you know it, you are faced with the dilemma: to work, or not to work? There is a misconception that women can be committed either to their career or to their kids, but not to both. Read on to find some factors  women consider when making this difficult decision.

By: Karen Hayre 670 reads | 0 comments
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Your 101 Guide on Working Out-of Province

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While it is difficult to secure a co-op or internship placement in today’s declining job market, out-of-province work experience is even harder to come by. If you are going to relocate soon or are thinking about doing an out-of-province co-op or internship, here are some must-know tips and information to help you make the transition smoothly and successfully!

By: Dennis Chen 1073 reads | 0 comments
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Natalie's Co-op Blog: Working for an International Company

global company

Working for an international organization has its perks and challenges. Check out what Natalie thinks are the most interesting aspects working for a global company and how she overcomes the challenges she encounters on the job.

By: npope 557 reads | 0 comments
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Natalie's Co-op Blog: How-To Succeed & Have Fun On the Job

Co-operative Education

I wanted nothing more than to do well at my first co-op placement. Here are some things I picked up to make my work term fun and more successful! 

By: npope 707 reads | 0 comments
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The Office Culture: What School Doesn’t Prepare You For

office culture

There are many things school doesn't teach you about working in a corporate environment. Check out 3 areas Natalie wants you to pay attention to when you are on your job and tips to help you improve your work performance.

By: npope 903 reads | 0 comments
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