On Thursday, 6th June 2019, from 9AM to 3PM, JobsInGTA will be organizing a Mega Job Fair at the Red Rose Convention Centre, 1233 Derry Rd E, Mississauga, ON. This premier Mississauga hiring event will play host to some of the most prominent GTA and Canadian employers, and will also be an HR conference with various talks to help job seekers advance their careers. The JobsInGTA Mega Job Fair 2019 is for all job seekers in the Greater Toronto Area – Canada’s largest metropolitan area – and is an excellent opportunity for people who live or work or want to work in Mississauga and neighboring areas. Professionals looking to switch or start careers will definitely want to attend Mississauga’s premier hiring event. This is, after all, a job fair that will play host to some of the largest employers in Canada, including the likes of Amazon, which is set to hire many people at the JobsInGTA Mega Job Fair 2019. This job fair – brought to you by this region’s best job board – will also be a wonderful opportunity to learn from leading experts in HR through talks from speakers such as Amy Davies, a renowned speaker and career advancement expert.
Every professional is familiar with job fairs – such as JobsInGTA’s Mega Job Fair 2019, Mississauga’s premier hiring event. From fairs held in universities to attract fresh talent, to those held for mid-career professionals, job fairs are an all you can eat buffet for the professional looking for a new job – or a better job! There are many advantages of a job fair, first of which is the ability to meet and interview for many employers in a day, rather than having traditional interviews with multiple companies over a longer span of time. Job fairs, such as this Mississauga hiring event, also offer an immediate response to the job application, helping job seekers avoid the nagging worry and suspense that results from waiting for companies to inform you if they have hired you or not. Many job seekers also testify to how it helps boost confidence through the various on the spot interviews and applications. And, last but not the least, it helps save a lot of time and effort – what would typically take a job seeker many days and even weeks is done in just one day!
Employers are what attract prospective employees to a job fair. At the JobsInGTA Mega Job Fair 2019 – set to be held on the 6th of June, 2019 – many companies will be exhibiting and recruiting. Amazon, a company that needs no introduction, will be hiring at this event. Northern Reflections, a leading women’s fashion retailer with over 150 branches across Canada will also be hiring at this Mississauga Job Fair, as will Martin Sprocket, a multinational founded in 1951 that manufactures power transmission components and other industrial paraphernalia. Similarly, Spark Power Corp, a leading Canadian electrical power company will be recruiting at the Mega Job Fair, as will Stackpole International, a Canadian multinational founded in 1906 that is a world-leader in fluid power systems and powder metal technology. First Student Canada, the premier school transportation provider in Canada and the US, which transports more people daily than all US airlines, will also be filling many a vacancy at this JobsInGTA job fair.
Staffing agencies and recruitment service providers such as On-Time Human Resources (OHR) will also be exhibiting at this Mississauga hiring event. OHR is always on the lookout for talent to fill the many vacancies of its clients, who are some of the most prominent employers in the Greater Toronto Area. For professionals looking to work at a non-profit, Vita Community Living Services, a charity that provides services to adults with developmental disabilities, will also be hiring at this JobsInGTA event, as will Jobs Skills, an organization that helps connect employees with employers so as to help them be economically self-reliant and be part of a vibrant community. Altogether, many companies including Amazon, OHR, Job Skils, Martin Sprocket, Northern Reflections, Stackpole International, Wealth Builders, First Student Canada, Vita Community, Sparkpower Corp, Microagility, CSRTC and many others will be hiring at this Mississauga job fair.
The JobsinGTA Mega Job Fair is not simply a hiring event but also an HR conference. Participants, after registration, will be served a hearty Canadian breakfast, followed by a welcome address from Sajid Khan, our CEO. At 10AM, a talk on Flexibility & Change Management, Employee Engagement, Employee Empowerment will be held, followed by a second brief talk at 10:30AM on Performance Management System, Corporate Social Responsibility and Retention of Talent, Occupational Health and Safety, Changing Trends in HR. At 11AM, the Job Fair will kick off, and job seekers will have the opportunity to apply for jobs and be hired on the spot by the many exhibiting employers.
At 12PM, Amy Davies will deliver a talk that is one of the highlights of this event. Amy Davies is a renowned speaker, author and career advancement expert. The founder of Reorg World, she has worked in senior management positions at some of Canada’s largest corporations, including Rogers Communications and Wrigley. At Reorg World, her mission is help individuals be successful in the careers, despite all the change and turmoil around them. She does this by focusing on the development of various soft skills – communication, collaboration and presentation – through engaging and fun activities. She is also the author of the book, A SPARK IN THE DARK: Illuminating Your Path to a Brilliant Career in a Reorg World.
This Mississauga hiring event will also be an excellent opportunity to network and meet like-minded professionals from a myriad of industries. Connections made at this event will prove fruitful in the future, and the experience of participating in this event will help shape job seekers careers and ensure that they are even more successful in their chosen fields. As such, all Mississauga job seekers should gear up, brush up their CVs and LinkedIn profiles, and head to the Mega Job Fair 2019 on the 6th of June, 2019 at the Red Rose Convention Centre in Mississauga.