How to Sell Yourself in a 60 Second Interview

How to Sell Yourself in a 60 Second Interview

A 60-second introduction is enough time to give a recruiter or hiring manager enough information about you to pique her interest. It's often called an "elevator pitch," because it's as short as an elevator ride. Naturally, 60 seconds isn't enough time for a complete interview or to give a full overview of your qualifications, but, it's an effective prelude to the conversation about your qualific Read More..


H1-B Visa Cap Exempt Employers

USCIS has reached the congressionally mandated H-1B cap for fiscal year 2019 on April 6,2018. However, USCIS will continue to accept and process petitions that are otherwise exempt from the cap. 

Petitions for new H-1B employment are exempt from the annual cap if the beneficiaries will work at


Requirements for Canada spouse dependent visa of student and work visa holder

If your spouse is studying in Canada you as a partner can apply for open work visa as a dependent spouse of an international student. This Canada open work permit comes under one of the LMIA – Labour Market Impact Assessment exemption categories. It means that there is absolutely no need of a job offer to apply work visa in the category

Eligibility

Following are the 2 main eligibility criteria

  1. Applicants must provide verifiable docu Read More..

BC Employment Lawyer Blog

Whether you are negotiating an employment contract, dealing with a job termination or addressing a myriad of issues during employment, such as wages, benefits, human rights complaints, overtime and job responsibilities, the laws governing employment relationships affect you.

Written for both employers and employees, this blog is intended to help provide a better understanding of the processes and laws relating to employment relationships in British Columbia.

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