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Prohibition against Termination

An employer shall not terminate the services of an employee on any of the following grounds:

1. Trade union membership or participation in trade union activities outside working hours or, with the consent of the employer, within working hours.

2. Seeking office as, or acting as the capacity of, an employee representative.

3. Making a complaint or participating in proceedings against an employer involving an alleged violation of laws and regulation.

4. Race, colour, sex, marital status, pregnancy, religion, political opinion, nationality or social origin.

5. Reasonable absence from work due to family emergencies or responsibilities.

6. Absence from work during maternity leave as certified by a medical practitioner.

7. Absence from work due to injury or illness provided that the employee submits a medical certificate to his employer by the third day of absence.

8. Absence from work in the performance of jury service as required by law.

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Attending a career fair is a great way to get exposure to multiple employers and develop your network of career contacts. It is also an opportunity to find out valuable information about various industries, corporations, and different job positions. Employers participate in career fairs to meet students and recruit employees. They will provide you with general information about career options, as well as specific information about current openings within their company.

What You Need To Do:

  • Review the list of employers before attending a career fair.
  • Figure out which ones interest you the most and go there first. It is also a good idea to determine where employers are located beforehand and in what order to visit them.
  • Be organized! Bring plenty of copies of your resume and a folder or portfolio to hold all your materials.
  • Introduce yourself. Be prepared with a brief introductory sentence for each employer. Tell them the type of position and career path you wish to follow.
  • Be aware of time demands on employers. Do not monopolize an employer’s time.
  • Ask specific questions about the organization and career opportunities.
  • Offer to follow up after the fair.
  • Ask for employer’s business cards for follow-up discussions and correspondence.

What to Learn From Employers:

  • Employment and/or hiring trends.
  • Skills necessary for different career/jobs.
  • Current/future openings.
  • Salary, benefits, training, and other information about the organization.
  • Who to contact for follow-up discussions.

What Employers May Want to Learn About You:

  • Specific Career/job objectives.
  • Individual strengths and weaknesses
  • Contributions you will make to the organization.