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Thank you for your interest in Laurier’s students and alumni. Please choose the appropriate category that applies to your organization:
 
Graduating Student Employment Service: to recruit students in their final year of study for a full-time job upon graduation.
Alumni Employment Service: immediate full-time/contract openings available to recruit alumni/recent graduates.
MBA/School of Business & Economics Employment Service: job opportunities for MBA/School of Business & Economics graduate students.
Summer & Part-time Employment Service: summer or part-time employment opportunities.
On-Campus Summer & Part-time Employment Service: for Laurier staff/faculty members who have an on-campus summer or part-time employment opportunity.
Co-op Job Postings: job opportunities to be advertised to students registered in the Laurier Co-op program.
Volunteer Opportunities: community volunteer opportunities.

To view a complete list of programs offered at Laurier, click here.


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Employer Recruiting Guidelines:

1. General Guidelines

  • All organizations recruiting at Laurier are expected to comply with all applicable federal, provincial and municipal regulatory and legal requirements. We also encourage employers to follow the recruitment guidelines recommended by the Canadian Association of Career Educators & Employers (CACEE).
  • The Laurier Career Development Centre reserves the right to prohibit an employer from participating in any of its events and/or services based on student complaints, behaviour or actions by the employer contrary to the employer guidelines, and for other reasons deemed necessary by Laurier Career Centre staff, such as human rights violations or breach of contract. It is not the role of the Laurier Career Centre to monitor the recruiting practices of employers. However, if there are student complaints regarding an organization’s recruiting practices, the Career Centre will investigate.

2. Posting Job Opportunities

  • The Career Centre reserves the right to decline posting positions of external employers to the University.
  • The Career Development Centre will not approve job postings for positions that require applicants to pay a fee to secure the position (including start-up fees) unless it is listed in the posting.
  • Job postings from franchise organizations must include pertinent job information such as remuneration details, extra fees/start-up costs, contract requirements and potential financial penalties for contract cancellation.
  • Job postings with straight commission-based compensation plans must note that information in their posting descriptions.
  • Job postings that are submitted as an ‘Unpaid Internship’ are required to meet the following criteria as has been recommended by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE):
    1. The training is similar to field-specific or applied training that can be found at a post- secondary institution.
    2. The training is for the benefit of the intern.
    3. The organization providing the training derives little, if any, benefit from the activity of the intern while he or she is being trained.
    4. The intern does not displace employees of the organization providing the training.
    5. The intern is not accorded a right to become an employee of the organization providing the training.
    6. The intern is advised that he or she will receive no remuneration for the time that he or she spends in training.
    7. The skills and/or experience gained must be transferable to other employment settings.
    8. There are clearly defined and articulated learning outcomes for the intern to realize by the conclusion of the internship.
    9. Regular supervision is given by a professional pertinent to the internship.
    10. Internships must be for a defined period of time.
  • We also consider the Ministry of Labour's statement on Unpaid Internships which outlines similar criteria http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/es/pubs/internships.php.  
     

3. Third-Party Recruiters

  • Third-party recruiters, as defined by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE), are considered to be agencies, organizations or individuals recruiting students for employment opportunities with other organizations.
  • Third-party recruiters are required to disclose the name of the employers they represent to Career Centre staff on a confidential basis. This information will not be released to students unless permission to release is granted by the third-party recruiter. 
  • In situations where a duplicate position is posted by an employer and a third-party recruiter, the posting of the employer will be posted.

4. Concourse / Schlegel Building Foyer – Promotion (Waterloo campus)

  • Employers may request space on the campus to set up a display table for the purpose of promoting their organization. Space is limited due to high demand so bookings should be made approximately two months in advance of desired date(s) and arrangements must be made through the Career Development Centre.
  • Because of limited space and the large number of requests we receive, each employer is restricted to a maximum of six tables per term. Tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Three tables per academic year will be booked at no charge (including cancellations). If an organization wishes to arrange more than three bookings, there will be an administrative fee of $50 per additional booking, payable prior to the booking date. No refunds will be issued for cancellations.

5. Recruiting Information Sessions

  • The Career Development Centre assists with arranging recruiting information sessions. All room requests must be arranged through this department. Media Resources requirements are to be made through the Career Centre and are provided free of charge. Food and refreshment requirements (Waterloo campus) are to be made through Food Services and are payable directly to Food Services.
  • Because of limited space and the large number of requests we receive, each employer is restricted to reserving a maximum of three sessions per school term (including cancellations).
  • Three sessions per academic year will be allowed with no charge. If an organization wishes to arrange more than three sessions in a year, there will be an administrative fee of $100.00 per additional session (to a maximum of six bookings per year), payable prior to the booking date. No refunds will be issued for cancellations.

6. Interview Space

  • All interview room reservations must be arranged through the Career Development Centre. A minimum of two days’ notice is required to arrange a booking. 
  • Requests for rooms for on-campus interviews will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • If employers have requested the Career Centre to schedule interviews, a list of candidates (Laurier students and/or alumni) must be provided at least two days before the date of the interviews, including the requested length of each interview, the start and end time of the interviews, and any break times that should be scheduled for the interviewers.

7. Posters and Signs (Waterloo campus)

  • The Career Centre will post poster(s)/sign(s) in the Centre and on the Centre’s bulletin boards throughout campus (maximum of seven available boards). Additionally, if employers wish to post signs directly on other bulletin boards throughout campus, these posters must be approved first by the Career Development Centre, then by the Vice President, Student Affairs’ office prior to being hung. The Vice President, Student Affairs’ office is located in the Fred Nichols Campus Centre. Organizations may hang a maximum of 25 posters and these may only be put on designated bulletin boards as outlined by the Vice President, Student Affairs’ office. Please do not hang posters on restricted bulletin boards, walls, doors, windows or the outside of buildings. No promotional materials (lawn signs, free-standing neon signs, etc.) will be permitted on the grounds of the campus.

8. Classroom Visits

  • Organizations may NOT conduct recruitment presentations in classes without requesting permission from professors to do so. The Career Centre reserves the right to restrict recruitment activities at Laurier for failure to abide by this policy.

9. Communication with Students

  • The Career Centre requests that employer organizations be clear in communication to students regarding their job opportunity(ies) and details regarding recruiting information sessions.
  • The Career Centre also asks that students invited to a recruiting information session be clearly informed of the session details including the organization’s name, date, time, location and the job opportunities being presented at the session.
  • The Career Centre reserves the right to restrict recruitment activities at Laurier if students are being misinformed of session and job details.

August 2012





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