Workplace Culture and Communication in Canada

Enhancing conversation skills and improving English pronunciation are the first steps in making a good first impression and can help to build valuable business relationships.

Randstad shares what employers expect from new hires.

Nimmy Martin, Resource Manager at Randstad Canada, shares insight into in-demand skills in the market. She also shares what she sees as 'stand-out' character.

Work Culture Differences in Canada

Maha Al Amin, a former ACCES client, speaks to some of the biggest work culture differences she experienced when she began working in Canada.

Sharing ideas in the workplace: How to get started

Here are a few tips for how to share ideas in the workplace in an effective and collaborative way.

8 small talk topics to start a conversation with new colleagues

Small talk helps to open a conversation and get to know the person you're speaking with and show that you can be an open and engaging colleague to work with.

Tips for Working On A Team

There is a strong emphasis on the value of teamwork in Canadian workplaces. Here are three ways to integrate into a Canadian workplace team.

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