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Canada Career Counselling in the Media

2017

Millennial Leadership with Meghan Reid – Inspiring Leaders Podcast – September 10, 2017

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The Problem with Reaching Your Career Goal – Toronto Star – June 2, 2017

Meghan Reid comments on the risk of an unsatisfying career for those who enter careers based on societal assumptions or family messages

Finding the Best Time to Take a Travel Break in Your Career – Yahoo Canada – March 10, 2017

Meghan Reid offers insight for potential travelers looking to navigate the gap in their resume and career goals in the process

Quitting – CBC Radio Canada – February 2017

Meghan Reid offers advice for a healthy approach to quitting your job

Job Quality in Decline – HR Canadian Reporter – February 7, 2017

Meghan Reid comments on current job conditions, and challenges the notion that job quality is falling

2016

How to Effectively Navigate Maternity Leave Career Transitions – Yummy Mummy Club – November 14, 2016

Avra Davidoff wrote this article outlining tips for before, during, and after the maternity leave

Maternity Career Transitioning: Before the Leave – HR Voice – October 26, 2016

Michelle Sande wrote this article featured on the Human Resources Management Association’s online industry information center, discussing key steps for planning for a maternity leave

New Resource to Help With Maternity Leave – CTV News – October 24, 2016

Avra Davidoff expands on the Making it Work! guidebooks and their importance in the current workplace

Transitioning Back to Work After Maternity Leave – City TV – October 13, 2016

Avra Davidoff and Laura Hambley appear on Breakfast Television to discuss the shift back into the workplace after maternity leave

Baby and Back – HR Professional Magazine – October 2016

Article by Avra Davidoff and Laura Hambely providing tips learned from the Making it Work! research

BC Almanac Episode – CBC Radio One Vancouver – September 16, 2016 (25min into episode)

Laura Hambley is interviewed and takes calls, highlighting the the need for maternity leave discussion between employers and employees

Employers Can Ease Path for Moms Returning to Work – Globe and Mail – September 10, 2016

Avra Davidoff and Laura Hambley discuss how to empower employees before and after a maternity leave

Webinar – CERIC – June 16, 2016

Avra Davidoff and Laura Hambley hosted a FREE webinar discussing strategies for anyone who employs, leads, manages, trains, or coaches mothers in the workplace

New Grads and the Job Market – News Talk 770 Newscast – May 27, 2016

Meghan Reid gives advice for new grads to actualize their career vision in an uncertain market

2015

Giving Back During Unemployment – CTV News – October 15, 2015

Avra Davidoff explains why volunteering and networking is essential, especially while unemployed

More Demand for Career Consultations as Unemployment Rate Soars – News Talk 779 Article – August 20, 2015

Meghan Reid outlines common concerns in the economic downturn

Pregnant Colleague? Here’s What Not to Say – Globe and Mail Article – January 14, 2015

Avra Davidoff outlines difficulties that new mothers face in the workplace, based off of Making it Work! research

2014

Google Studies How People Work – The Toronto Star – April 4, 2014

Laura Hambley weighs in on the harm in overworking employees

2013

A Job Doesn’t Feel like Work When You’re Doing Something You Love – Distinctive Women Magazine – September 2013

Laura Hambley is featured as the founder of Canada Career Counselling and co founder of The Leadership Store, now known as Leadership Success Group

Alberta Students Look to Saskatchewan for Education – CBC News – June 12, 2013

Job Search Strategist Michelle Cook provides insight on Canadian post-secondary trends

It’s 2013: Why Aren’t More People Teleworking? – The Globe and Mail – March 1, 2013

Laura Hambley provides insight on why some companies are keeping traditional work environments


Confused, unhappy, unsure about your career?

Canada Career Counselling can help you to establish a fulfilling career direction and make strategic career-related decisions. Through your work with one of our Registered Psychologists, Career Coaches, and/or Advisors, you’ll walk away from career counselling feeling confident in the choice(s) you’ve made and the steps you need to take to reach your career goal!

Based in Toronto, we serve people coast to coast in Canada. We offer one-one-one sessions in person as well as distance sessions by phone or through video/web conferencing platforms.

While Canada Career Counselling is a private organization that provides fee-based services, many benefit/extended health plans provide coverage for sessions and assessments with our Registered Psychologists.

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