Alberta's Employer Liaison Service
The governments of Canada and Alberta want Albertans to be first in line for available jobs in the province, to ensure Alberta's skilled workforce is supporting a thriving economy. To achieve this, we’ve partnered with the government of Canada to offer the Employer Liaison Service.
This service provides employers impacted by the new Temporary Foreign Worker Program’s Refusal to Process list with information, tools, and hands on support to help connect with unemployed Albertans, including workers from untapped labour pools. Thousands of unemployed or marginally employed Albertans are skilled, experienced, trained and educated for these occupations and currently seeking employment.
We want to hear from you and we have a dedicated team to help. When you contact us, we will ask you some questions to find out why you were exploring the LMIA process and learn more about what efforts you have already made to recruit locally. Our team will provide you with a customized solution and connect you with service providers in your area that know of sources of labour you can consider.
Call 1-877-427-6419 (toll-free in Alberta) and press '2’ for more assistance
The Government of Canada’s Job Bank receives thousands of visits from Albertans every day who are looking for a job. Many of the 97,000 Albertans receiving employment insurance benefits in December 2016 signed up to Job Bank to receive job notifications that match their skills and experience.
The Job Bank website contains an employer resource section with information on managing and training employees, as well as available programs, services, incentives and grants, such as Work-Sharing and training initiatives.
This service shows you profiles of job seekers who match your job’s requirements and you can invite these qualified candidates directly to apply. Your job posting will also be sent to thousands of job seekers who have subscribed to receive Job Alerts about similar jobs.
Alberta has some of the world’s best and most innovative workers. Some of these exceptionally talented workers may be found by connecting with the following sources of labour.
This is the nation’s youngest and fastest growing labour force. Many are highly educated bringing new ideas and concepts to your workforce.
Younger employees can offer energy, ambition, new ideas and technological skills. Many of these youth are recent graduates of relevant post-secondary or technical training.
Immigrants and other internationally trained Albertans bring education, vital competencies, training and experience to the table.
There are many misconceptions with hiring people with disabilities. A person with a disability can be an excellent candidate for your work.
A funding program where employers and government share the cost of training new and existing employees to increase their knowledge and skills.
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Date Updated: Thu, 13 Apr 2017 05:35:56