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You might like to read "A 10-Year Outlook for the Canadian Labour Market 2004-2013" [PDF]

EMPLOYING FOREIGN WORKERS IN CANADA

A GUIDE

Employing foreign workers can become an integral part of your company's business strategy.

Foreign workers can help fill the skills shortage gaps being experienced in Canada and bring new skills and knowledge to help the country's economy grow.

A STEP BY STEP GUIDE

In most cases, foreign workers must have a valid work permit in order to work in Canada. When hiring foreign workers as an employer you must generally:

Labour Market Opinion

Submit a Foreign Worker Application in order to obtain a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) from the Service Canada Centre responsible for your area.

Before granting a Labour Market Opinion, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada HRSDC considers whether:

The job offer is genuine;

    The wages and working conditions being offered to the foreign worker(s) are comparable to those currently offered to Canadians working in the occupation;

    The employer has made reasonable efforts to hire or train Canadians for the job;

    The foreign worker is filling a labour shortage occupation;

    The employment of the foreign worker will directly create new job opportunities or help Canadians retain their jobs;

    The foreign worker will transfer new knowledge and skills to Canadians; and

    The hiring of the foreign worker will not affect a labour dispute or the employment of any Canadian worker involved in such a dispute.


Learn more about LMO Assessment Criteria.

Note that a Quebec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) issued by the province will also be required for jobs in Quebec.

Once HRSDC approves the job offer, send a copy of the HRSDC LMO confirmation letter to the foreign worker.

Inform the foreign worker to apply for a work permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

Next, CIC decides whether the foreign worker will get a work permit according to the requirements to work and reside temporarily in Canada.

 

SPECIAL CONDITIONS :

There are special cases under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) when employers do not need a Labour Market Opinion to employ a foreign worker, and/or the foreign worker may not need a Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) work permit.

 

 

You might also like to read "A 10-Year Outlook for the Canadian Labour Market 2004-2013" [PDF]

 

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