Recruitment

 

Attraction

Ontario Small Business Grants for Hiring Ontario has established itself as one of Canada’s most attractive regions to invest or start a new business. The area’s access to skilled talent and the availability to receive financial support through Ontario Government Grants for Small Business are some of the province’s most attractive attributes. These features are intended to attract and support the growth small businesses while increasing job creation and prosperity within the province.

Employment Ontario As an employer, your workforce is your most valuable asset. Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you.

Ministry of Labour Temporary Help Agencies
Temporary help agencies employ people to assign them to perform work on a temporary basis for clients of the agency. The duration of the assignment does not matter. Such employees are called “assignment employees”.

Under the ESA, temporary help agency assignment employees generally have the same rights as other employees. There are also rules in the ESA that apply specifically to assignment employees, temporary help agency employers and clients of temporary help agencies.

Ontario Small Business Grants for Hiring Ontario has established itself as one of Canada’s most attractive regions to invest or start a new business. The area’s access to skilled talent and the availability to receive financial support through Ontario Government Grants for Small Business are some of the province’s most attractive attributes. These features are intended to attract and support the growth small businesses while increasing job creation and prosperity within the province.

Immigrant Employment Councils
supports the recruitment, retention and promotion of skilled immigrants and brings together local stakeholders to address the many challenges of integrating skilled immigrants into the labour market. IECs connect skilled immigrants to local employers with the support of other community, educational and government organizations.

Diversity in The Workplace This is a compilation of links to other diversity-oriented web sites that might be of interest to you.


 

 

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