Success in the Workplace
Learn the tools and strategies you need to succeed in your new role. You got the job - now learn how to keep it.
Employer Insights with Tangerine
Mary Costa, Talent Acquisition Manager at Tangerine, talks about ‘hot skills’ she’s looking for in candidates.
Podcasts: Taking Language Learning Online
Podcasts are an efficient way to expand your vocabulary and improve your listening. Podcasts are particularly portable.
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.
Quiz: Test Your Understanding of Small Talk in Canada
Test your understanding of small talk in Canada.
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.
Business Communication Essentials
This mini workshop covers some of the essentials in Canadian business communication such as small talk, a 30-second elevator pitch, writing business communication and talking over the phone.
Establishing Your Manager’s Expectations
Begin a great working relationship with your manager with a meeting to set expectations.
Starting off Right with New Colleagues
We suggest a few tactics for the first week, first month, and first three months to help you develop strong and trusting relationships with your new colleagues.
Infographic: 3 Ways to Build a Relationship with Your Manager
Here are three great ways to start a good relationship with your new manager.
Tips on Making a Good First Impression through Conversation
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.
Infographic: 8 Small Talk Topics
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.
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.