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Announcing the Finalists of the 2022 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference!

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2022 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference! We are beyond egg-cited to celebrate with you and announce the winners at our VIRTUAL Awards and Conference on July 13, 2022

The TalentEgg Awards applications are evaluated by our team of hand-picked, top student judges from across Canada, who give a student perspective and first-hand feedback on career development programs, employer branding, recruitment strategies and more.

Please join us at this year’s Awards and Conference to celebrate the winners and check out insightful panels with our egg-cellent lineup of expert speakers from the recruitment and career development space. We will be sharing critical insights from our Student, New Grad and Early Career Survey conducted this spring to understand how the pandemic is impacting Canada’s young job seekers and influencing employers’ future recruitment strategies. We will explore virtual tools and practices to help employers continue to engage and attract top candidates in the “new normal” of remote recruiting. We will also share best practices, developing soft skills, along with insights on diversity and the future of the workplace.

Don’t miss out! Early bird Tickets are available NOW and end July 1 at 11:59 PM!

Now, what you’ve really been waiting for: Your 2022 Finalists!

2022 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards Finalists

Please note: Finalists are listed in alphabetical order.

EMPLOYER AWARDS FINALISTS

Best Grad Program

Best Campus Career Website

Best Internship/Co-Op Program – Sponsored by U of T Scarborough Management 

Campus Recruiting Program of the Year

Campus Recruiting Program of the Year for a Nonprofit

Best Employer Branding and Outreach

Best Social Media Presence

Special Award for Diversity and Inclusion in Recruiting

Special Award for Corporate Social Responsibility in Recruiting

Best Contribution to Student Career Development (Employers)

  • Bell
  • CIBC
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.
  • Momentswithbren Consulting Inc.

Best Use of Student Competitions for Recruitment

Special Award for Innovation by a Career Centre

  • Smith School of Business – Queen’s University

Best Contribution to Mental Health in the Workspace

Career Coach/Educator of the Year (Individual)

  • Brendan Okorogba (Momentswithbren Consulting Inc.)

 

Thank you to all of the employers, career centres and educational institutions who participated this year. We look forward to connecting with you at our conference to celebrate all the finalists and announce the winners of the 2022 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards.

Get your tickets here!

CIBC’s Strategies to Create Inclusive Career Paths

Having received diversity and inclusion awards for over a decade, CIBC is internationally recognized as a global leader for its initiatives. To get an understanding of how CIBC’s strategies create meaningful and inclusive career paths for students and new grads we spoke with Shalise Goffe, a Senior Manager of Campus Strategy and Recruitment at CIBC. 

Shalise Goffe Headshot

Shalise joined CIBC because of the great things she heard about the culture and people. After seven months with CIBC, she can say that it is all true! 

“The people are open, inviting and supportive. The culture is one of transparency, empowerment, and growth and it really does feel like a family because everyone wants to see you win!”

Student and New Graduate Initiatives

As one of Canada’s largest banks, CIBC knows the importance of bridging the gap between post-secondary education and the workforce. That is why they have set up dedicated initiatives for students and new grads to successfully hatch their careers

We asked Shalise how CIBC’s Student Leadership Academy (SLA) enables students to succeed in the workplace. “It allows students the chance to grow both professionally and personally by pursuing their interests and passions in addition to their work term. Our students have access to workshops that help them gain new skills or simply refine their existing set. Through our workshops, leadership connections, and other SLA activities our students get to explore life at CIBC and their future careers. Providing them with a supportive environment, learning opportunities and the ability to showcase their leadership skills enable them to succeed in the workplace.”

CIBC also runs a co-op program for students and new grads. This program “encourages our co-op students to bring new, creative, and innovative ideas to CIBC. Selected summer students are challenged to work on a real CIBC business problem in a team with other students, along with the support of an Executive Sponsor and Project Lead. It’s an opportunity for them to push themselves by thinking outside the box and collaborating with others to come up with solutions.”

“It’s important to be a student of life and that means the learning doesn’t stop once you’ve left school.”

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategies at CIBC

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have come to the forefront of recruitment and internal dialogue over the last few years as their necessity has risen to attention. With 10 groups throughout CIBC focussing on like-minded individuals coming together with shared interests or backgrounds, there is a place for everyone at CIBC.

We wanted to dive deeper into CIBC’s initiatives, so we asked Shalise to describe why diversity, equity, and inclusion are important at CIBC. “At CIBC we want you to feel a sense of belonging. We want you to come into work each and every day truly believing that you can be your authentic self without hiding or covering who you truly are and that you will be accepted for it. Only then will you feel like it’s a safe space that’s open for you to bring your whole self to work.”

When it comes to the CIBC’s internal strategies and the future of recruitment, Shalise had this to say: “Candidates are interested in a company’s diversity and inclusion strategy and how they fit into it. Going back to the belonging piece, people want to join a company that they feel safe in, that they feel cares about them and that are making commitments to be inclusive and equitable. It’s important that we are hiring diverse candidates so we can be reflective of the communities we serve.

Final Thoughts

CIBC has built an array of initiatives to foster an inclusive and diverse workplace for students, new grads, and experienced professionals alike. It is a workplace where everyone is welcome and CIBC is constantly evolving to stay at the forefront of critical initiatives. 

“We want you to grow both personally and professionally and there are a number of ways to do that at CIBC.”

To learn more about CIBC’s student and new graduate programs check out their employer profile on TalentEgg!

Announcing the Finalists of the 2021 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference!

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2021 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference! We are so egg-cited to celebrate with you and announce the winners at our second VIRTUAL Awards and Conference on June 16, 2021

The TalentEgg Awards applications are evaluated by a team of top student judges from across Canada, who give a student perspective and first-hand feedback on career development programs, employer branding, recruitment strategies and more.

Please join us at this year’s Awards and Conference to celebrate the winners, and tune in to insightful panels with our egg-cellent lineup of expert speakers from the recruitment and career development space. We will be sharing critical insights from our COVID-19 Student, New Grad and Early Career Survey conducted this spring to understand how the pandemic is impacting Canada’s young job seekers and influencing employers’ future recruitment strategies. We will explore virtual tools and practices to help employers continue to engage and attract top candidates in the “new normal” of remote recruiting. We will also share best practices and new solutions for welcoming back employees to the workplace and students to campus!  

Don’t miss out! Tickets are available until June 15th, 2021 at 11:59 pm EST

Now, what you’ve really been waiting for: Your 2021 Finalists!

2021 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards Finalists

Please note: Finalists are listed in alphabetical order.

EMPLOYER AWARDS FINALISTS

Best Grad Program

Best Career Website

Best Internship/Co-op Program

Campus Recruiting Program of the Year

Recruiting Program of the Year for a Nonprofit

Campus Recruiter of the Year (Individual)

  • Winner – Andrea Royce – Campus Recruiter (Rogers Communications Inc.)

Best Employer Branding and Outreach

Best Social Media Presence

Special Award for Diversity and Inclusion in Recruiting

Special Award for Corporate Responsibility in Recruiting

Best Contribution to Student Career Development (Employers)

  • American Express
  • Bell Canada
  • CIBC – SLA/TGRP
  • FGF Brands

Best Use of Student Competitions for Recruitment

Best Recruitment Branding Strategy by a Professional or Industry Association

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION AWARD FINALISTS

Best Contribution to Student Career Development (Schools)

  • Cambrian College – Career Centre
  • George Brown College
  • Red River College

Special Award For Innovation By A Career Centre 

  • Winner – Cambrian College – Career Centre

Career Coach/Educator of the Year (Individual)

  • Winner – Ken Lee – Career Education Specialist (Ryerson University)

 

Thank you to all of the employers, career centres and educational institutions who participated this year. We look forward to connecting with you at our conference to celebrate all the finalists and announce the winners of the 2021 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards.

Get your tickets here!

Announcing the Finalists of the 2020 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference!

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2020 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference! We are so egg-cited to celebrate you and announce the winners at our first ever VIRTUAL Awards and Conference on July 8, 2020. 

The TalentEgg Awards applications are evaluated by a team of top student judges from across Canada, who give a student perspective and first-hand feedback on career development programs and employer branding and recruitment strategies. Our panel of student judges had their work cut out for them this year. With so many amazing applications, it was a close race!

Please join us at this year’s Awards and Conference to celebrate the winners, and tune-in to insightful panels with our egg-cellent lineup of expert speakers from the recruitment and career development space. We will be sharing critical insights from our COVID-19 Student, New Grad and Early Career Survey conducted this spring to understand how the pandemic is impacting Canada’s young job seekers and influencing employers’ future recruitment strategies. We will explore virtual tools and practices to help employers continue to engage and attract top candidates in the “new normal” of remote recruiting. We will also share best practices and new solutions for welcoming back employees to the workplace and students to campus — safely — in the months to come!  

Don’t miss out! Registration is open until July 7th, 2020 at 11:59 pm EST. 

Now, what you’ve really been waiting for: your 2020 Finalists!

2020 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards Finalists

Please note: Finalists are listed in no particular order.

EMPLOYER AWARDS FINALISTS

BEST GRAD PROGRAM

BEST CAREER WEBSITE

BEST INTERNSHIP/CO-OP PROGRAM

CAMPUS RECRUITING PROGRAM OF THE YEAR

  • CIBC
  • PwC
  • Abbott
  • Blackberry Limited
  • Bell Canada
  • First Capital
  • Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

RECRUITING PROGRAM OF THE YEAR FOR A NONPROFIT [NEW]

CAMPUS RECRUITER OF THE YEAR (INDIVIDUAL)

  • Gaby Patenaude – Campus Recruitment Program Lead (EDC)
  • Trevor Buttrum – Manager, Career Connections (Insurance Institute)
  • Griffith Dias – Recruiter, Early Talent Acquisition, Corporate Functions (RBC)
  • Chelsea Assimes – Campus Program Manager (Visier)
  • Jennifer Brownhill – Campus Talent Acquisition Partner (CIBC)

BEST EMPLOYER BRANDING AND OUTREACH

BEST SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE

SPECIAL AWARD FOR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN RECRUITING [NEW]

SPECIAL AWARD FOR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN RECRUITING

BEST CONTRIBUTION TO STUDENT CAREER DEVELOPMENT

BEST USE OF STUDENT COMPETITIONS FOR RECRUITMENT [NEW]

  • Visier
  • CIBC -GLDP/TLAP All-Comers Thought Forum
  • Bell Canada
  • Abbott

BEST RECRUITMENT BRANDING STRATEGY BY A PROFESSIONAL OR INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION [NEW] 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION AWARD FINALISTS

SPECIAL AWARD FOR INNOVATION BY A CAREER CENTRE

  • Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Management  WINNER!

CAREER COACH OF THE YEAR (INDIVIDUAL)

  • MomentswithBren
  • Luki Danukarjanto – FOCUS Inspired
  • Jen Coombs – Dalhousie University – Rowe School of Business
  • Jennifer Morozowich – Humber College
  • Ibiyemi Balogun – Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Management

Thank you to all of the employers, career centres and educational institutions who participated this year. We look forward to connecting with you at our conference to celebrate all the finalists and announce the winners of the 2020 TalentEgg National Recruitment Excellence Awards. Get your tickets here!

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