Category: Working Internationally
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union, our country’s second-largest trading partner, took effect in the fall of 2017. This trade agreement is intended to boost trade and investment between Canada and Europe, and with 98% of EU tariff lines now being duty-free for Canadian goods, there are new … Read More »
Today our lead recruiter, Henry spoke with Stanley Leo (firstname.lastname@example.org), Immigration Lawyer with Lowe & Company (www.canadavisalaw.com) about changes that Service Canada recently made to the LMIA application process.
LMIA stands for Labour Market Impact Assessment and it is one of the main avenues used by employers seeking to obtain a Canadian work permit for a … Read More »
ITWs: Now what?
Many employers in Canada take advantage of the International Trained Workers program(s) to help alleviate employment needs. But that’s only the beginning. These are your employees now and you have to treat them fairly.
In our last blog about internationally trained workers (ITWs), we discussed how these Internationally Trained Workers help fill gaps left … Read More »
Comment from Henry Goldbeck, President of Goldbeck Recruiting
“I have recently noticed a sharp increase of foreign professionals in the USA, applying for Canadian jobs. This seems to be a reflection of foreign nationals’ insecurity about renewing their temporary work permits or gaining permanent residency in the US, due to the new administrations attitude and actions related … Read More »
The main driver, arguably, of the Canadian economy is its labour force. Canadian workers fuel industry, services, IT, resource development and especially help small businesses thrive in a sometimes, volatile market environment. But the landscape is changing. As the population ages, and demographics change and grow, the pool from which businesses can hire domestic labour … Read More »