Toronto, ON: Today, TalentEgg, Canada’s leading online career resource for students and new grads, announced its renewed partnership with CEOx1Day, Odgers Berndtson’s annual leadership program that gives third and fourth-year university students an opportunity to spend a day with some of the country’s top CEOs.
To the partnership, TalentEgg once again brings exclusive access to its nationwide network of career-focused students, as Odgers Berndtson continues to provide an unparalleled professional opportunity that exposes selected candidates to a rigorous recruitment process mirroring that of an executive search.
Toronto, ON. (May 9, 2017). CharityVillage, the largest and most popular job board in Canada’s nonprofit sector and TalentEgg, Canada’s leading job board and online resource for students and new grads announce Bmeaningful, Canada’s leading social impact career site has joined their family of online companies. Together, the family of companies will provide greater support, value and reach to its users and clients and are committed to helping people with their careers find purposeful work.
“Bmeaningful’s focus on social impact- including corporate social responsibility (CSR), social good and nonprofit – and their belief that there’s more to a job than making money are values that are aligned with CharityVillage and TalentEgg” says Wayne Albo, Chairman of CharityVillage and TalentEgg.
There’s a growing interest in having careers that allow you to make a positive impact at work. 88% of Millennials feel their job is more fulfilling when they have the opportunity to make a positive impact and the same study found that 76% of Millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work and nearly two-thirds (64%) won’t take a job if a potential employer doesn’t have strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices. 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study