What are emerging technologies on the Canadian labour market? What is the digital economy trends in Canada? how to get prepared to secure work the Canadian workforce? In this webinar, In-TAC is pleased to invite Maryna Ivus and Anne Windle, both are managers of Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), to bring in their Research and Job Readiness expertise. ICTC is the trusted source for evidence-based policy advice, forward looking research, and creative capacity building programs for the digital economy. The presenters will provide insight about the Canadian Labour Market from recent research that focuses on the future of ICT in Canada and what we can expect to see in over the next few years. About the presenters: Anne Windle, Manager, Immigration Programs. Anne’s 30+ year professional background includes Compensation and Benefits, Employee Relations, Labour Relations, Learning & Development and Recruitment. Anne is a certified Korn Ferry Voices 360 Coach, Succession Architect and Choices Facilitator, True Colors Facilitator, Achieve Global Facilitator and has her Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Step 1 Qualification. Her experience with ICTC as the Manager, Immigration Programs has focused on guiding clients to ensure they are prepared to secure work in the Canadian workforce. Maryna Ivus, Manager, Labour Market Research Motivated by the potential benefits technology can offer to society, and concerns of fairness, accountability and inclusivity, Maryna seeks to continue to contribute to critical conversations surrounding the development of Canada’s growing digital economy. Maryna holds a Masters of Economics degree from the University of New Brunswick. Maryna was involved in researching and writing a number of reports for ICTC, covering topics like the impact of emerging technologies on the labour market, the engagement of women in tech occupations, digital economy trends and many others.
When & Where
July 22, 2020 (9:00 am) – July 22, 2020 (10:00 am)