Set Goals!

One way to effectively accomplish things is to set manageable goals. What are yours for the day? No need to beat yourself up if you don’t get to them today. There’s time.

Top 3 Daily Goals?

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Training Incentives to Support New Hires

At the LEHC, we have the privilege of offering no-cost training grants to our clients. Sometimes, these incentives can make all the difference in someone’s career development. Like one individual that visited our offices (back in the good old days), looking to get into a management role. See, this is where our staff’s employment advocacy efforts can really come in handy. The LEHC was able to offer a training grant to a local employer to support hiring this individual as an Operations Manager. Often, people just need the benefit of the doubt to realize their potential. Let the LEHC leverage its resources in your job search and career development!

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The Never-Ending Road Test

Through the Second Career program, the LEHC assists many people in pursuing further education and training for new career directions. This is a story about an aspiring and committed truck driver. The LEHC supported him with the cost of the road test, not once or twice, but three times! It’s not an easy test for new drivers, but one that he needed in order to pursue his new in-demand career. He recently passed the road test and accepted a job offer in his area of training! Where could you see yourself?

Don't Ever Give Up

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Do You Suffer from Mask Ears?

Masks aren’t very comfortable. They don’t do much for your wardrobe or fashion sense. But, masks are now required by law in all indoor spaces in Ontario and where physical distancing can’t be maintained. Embrace your mask ears, for the health and well-being of our communities!

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What Are You Grateful For?

Daily life can be full of stress. It can challenging to take some time here and there to enjoy life. Use this gratitude bingo card to slow down and appreciate the small victories and little things by x-ing out any of the activities you enjoy most!

Gratitude Bingo Card

The Internationally Trained Individual: New to Canada

You are enough!

We hear everywhere that Canada needs to tap into the wealth of talent and skill of new Canadians, but the story on the ground is often very different. At the LEHC, we like to focus on being proactive even though the experience of starting a career that is already well established outside of Canada can be exhausting, hopeless, and dreadful. We meet highly specialized and gifted internationally trained professionals all the time, and we do what we can to support this challenging career transition. For example, there was a business communications and marketing professional that was seeking opportunities in her field in London ON after relocating here with her family. We started with simple application document revisions. Then, we established a list of company targets. From there, it was a matter of finding the relevant person to contact about hiring decisions. Then, a role came through a local employment sector network, which sounded just perfect as a start to her career in Canada! The LEHC assisted with gathering the information that was necessary to create a highly specific application made just for this role and made the direct connection to ensure that the company saw this great candidate. Over a year later, and she is still working in Canada in her field!