The expo went very well - we all thought it was well organised and well attended. I was pleasantly surprised at how well our presentations were attended and the number of qualified health professionals we saw on both days. Sunday we actually spoke to more than on Saturday. The pace of the fair was great - we didn't seem to experience any slow points during the days. I believe we have some great candidates and have already started receiving emails from some nurses and PT's which is wonderful.Denise Moroz, Alberta Health Services
We have been part of the Expos since their inception. We have attended every Expo, and have never been dissatisfied with the quality and quantity of clients.Marion Comben, Brazolot Migration Group (B.M.G.)
I have attended various Working In Expos over the past five years and have found them to be the most professional and effective international job fairs. In the Fall of 2013 the BCCA appointed Working In to run a bespoke recruitment event in Ireland for 28 of our members. At those events our employers made a remarkable 484 job offers. This is truly exceptional. If you are looking to recruit international staff, you should use the services of Working In.
Abigail Fulton, VP at BC Construction Association
Great quality, some real fits with doctors & IT professionals...even found a couple of entrepreneurs.Robert Fine, Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission
88 applications received in Manchester, approx 10 interviews completed already…given the number of keen people here and the skills available, it's perfect!Sara Paris, Downer
In November 2014, a delegation from Newfoundland and Labrador attended the Working International Expo in London and Dublin to attract workers. Approximately 30 people who connected with employers in this province are now working and living in Newfoundland and Labrador with their families. They are employed as powerline technicians, hotel managers, food service managers, cooks and personal care attendants.John Tompkins, Director of Communications, Province of Newfoundland & Labrador
The Working International Expos provide a valuable opportunity to collaborate with the [Newfoundland & Labrador] Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism to showcase all that this province features for career opportunities and quality of life.Rachael Wheelan, Director of Human Resources, Franchise Management Inc.