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Hiring Foreign Workers
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Hiring Foreign Workers

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How to hire a foreign worker in Canada

How to hire a foreign worker in Canada

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  • 1. Hiring Foreign Workers Martine Varekamp-Bos Regulated CanadianOctober 30, 2012 Immigration Consultant
  • 2. How does the current labour market make you feel?
  • 3. One strategy to feel like thisabout our labour market...
  • 4. Hiring Foreign Workers – the process 1 2 3 4 5 Create a Recruitment LMO Work Permanent focus & Selection Some Permit Residency exemptions
  • 5. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptions• Determine the organization’s HR needs• Talk to your other employees• Clear job description (duties & requirements) – Determine skill level/NOC code• Determine paperwork required
  • 6. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptions• Consider different recruitment methods• Evaluate time lines – they can vary greatly• Focus on source country/countries• Motivation for working in Canada & expectations: – $$$ / to see the country / work experience / a relationship.......• Establish screening method & interview techniques
  • 7. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptionsA Positive Labour Market Opinion: Permission to hire a foreign worker• Applications assessed by Service Canada/HRSDC• Assess the state of the current labour market• Paper/online application + telephone interview• LMOs valid for 6 months• NEW Accelerated LMOs
  • 8. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptions LMO Assessment Factors• Is the job offer genuine?• Attempts to hire a Canadian/permanent residents – Typical min. effort: Jobbank + other source for 14 days• Wages & employment conditions• STS: substantially the same audit/compliance review
  • 9. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptionsTemporary work permit: permission to work in Canada• Applications assessed by Citizenship & Immigration: – Admissibility & Job requirements (& intention to leave Canada)• Occupation, employer, location of work specified• Processing times vary: medical/visa post• Most permits issued for 2 years / must leave after 4 years
  • 10. 2 5 1 3 4 Recruitment & Permanent Create a focus LMO Work Permit Selection Residency Some exemptions Permanent Residency Programs• Canadian Experience Class – 2 years of skilled CDN work experience + language ability• Federal Skilled Worker Program – Skilled exp + 67/100 points: education, work experience, language, age, adaptability, arranged employment• Alberta Immigration Nominee Program – Employer driven stream & strategic recruitment stream
  • 11. 1 2 3 5 4Create a Recruitment LMO Permanent Work Permit focus & Selection Some Residency exemptions
  • 12. Key Messages for Employers• Manage expectations: costs / accom. / timing of perm job offer• Consistency across all applications• Be aware of risks & consequences of non compliance – (criminal, regulatory, economic, reputation & disruption)• Good record keeping• Maintain a tracking system• Keep up to date with immigration changes• Engage Canadian employees (cultural awareness training)• Ensure the foreign worker and family are content
  • 13. Thank youmartine@immigrationcare.ca 403-782-0812

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