Information about Job Banks
Sites that offer job postings:
The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is a nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits.
Remember ...you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Make it a good one.
There are a number of different resume formats that can be chosen. In choosing which format to use, you need to consider the strengths and weaknesses of each format and then choose the format that works best for you. Your strategy as to what to include and how to include can be critical to you getting an interview.
There are many excellent on-line links for information on creating resumes. However do not forget to check out excellent print resources at your library, school or local career centre. You may even want to sign up for a resume workshop or seek individual help from a resume writing professional.
Here are some of our top on-line picks:
Other good sites include:
Your resume impressed them and now you are on your way to an interview!
Manitoba's Self-Management Career Portfolio Guide:
Manitoba's Using Your Career Portfolio Guide:
Please note that since the publication of the Guide changes have been made to minimum wage, minimum call-out pay and overtime exemptions.
For more information, contact the Labour Standards Call Centre at 1-800-667-1783.
There are also changes regarding harassment. For more information contact the Occupational Health and Safety Division at 1-800-667-5023 (Saskatoon)
Provincial government agency which provides leadership to government on policy direction affecting the status of women in Saskatchewan.
The Labour Relations and Mediation division provides information, training, mediation and bargaining assistance to labour and management in unionized workplaces.
The Office of the Worker’s Advocate offers free help to workers having problems with their workers compensation claim.
Promoting and protecting individual dignity and equal rights is the mandate of the Saskatchewan Human Right Commission through its job to discourage and eliminate discrimination.