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|Western Report|Last Updated: 08/10/2009

BC HRMA launches guide to hiring immigrants

Vancouver — Employers in British Columbia looking for advice on how to hire and retain immigrants have a new resource to turn to, thanks to the British Columbia Human Resources Association (BC HRMA). It recently launched a guide to help HR work with hiring managers to remove bias in the hiring process, which often prevents the hiring of the best candidate because she comes from outside Canada, according to Ian Cook, director of research and learning for BC HRMA. For more information, visit www.bchrma.org/pdf/
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