Career Support Services
Career Support Services offer confidential professional advice to help you with career-related planning and decision-making, effective coping skills, and managing career transitions, including retirement.
These services are free, voluntary, and available to everyone, including all auxiliary employees and all employees receiving a Short Term Illness and Injury Plan or long-term disability benefits. Family members who normally live with an employee may also access these services.
Learn more about support for developing your career.
Career Advice Services
- Work one on one by telephone with a professional career counsellor
- Identify your career direction and goals
- Assess your interests and skill sets
- Learn strategies to enhance work satisfaction and manage work-life issues
Work-Life Resiliency Coaching
- Work one on one by telephone with a professional resiliency coach
- Evaluate satisfaction levels in work and life, and create strategies to enhance needed areas
- Better understand your reactions to life’s stressors and build new coping strategies
- Create and work through an action-oriented plan, based on identified goals
- Work one on one by telephone with a retirement planning professional
- Assess your needs and explore options to proactively plan for retirement
- Explore retirement-related issues, including: financial concerns, steps in successful transition from work to retirement, the various changes, challenges and rewards of this life transition
- Create a personal plan based on identified retirement priorities