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Impactful Job Match Service for Temporary Foreign Workers

August 2017, 31
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A fresh approach is visible with the introduction of a new rating system which matches job positions to the job aspirants. From 28th August, the employers who have the program to hire under The Field Worker Program must compulsorily use this new system. Through it, they can invite potential professionals who justify the specific compatibility criteria, with the job that has been posted, and will gain eligibility to apply for the advertised position.

The Canadian government has called it a Job-Match, and all the would-be employers are allowed access to this service in an easy way in the Canada Job Bank, through the personal dashboard. 

This feature has the potential to impact both the high and low-wage applications which appear in the Labour Market Impact Assessment data. Employers intending to hire through this Program are required to obtain a positive Impact Assessment report before they begin the process of hiring a foreign worker. 

When the Labour Market Impact Assessment is issued it also means that Canadian citizens or PRs were not interested or available to do these jobs.

Labour Market Impact Assessment is not mandatory for all foreign workers, and the hiring process of foreign workers is not conducted through the Field Worker Program. Another LMIA-exempt hiring is under the management of the International Mobility Program, which has broad categorization and covers the Intra- Company Transfer Program,   the International Experience Canada Program, and also the NAFTA recruitments initiatives.

LMIA makes it necessary to follow a few conditions regarding the advertising for the employers before they go for a Labour Market Impact Assessment.

From 28th August the employers of all provinces and territories must compulsorily advertise on the Job Bank and subsequently opt for two or more methods in order to complete the recruitment process. They must consider the position of the occupation listed. There are both, high as well as low-wage positions, which are not the same, depending on the classification and category of the position.

A few Jobs where the remuneration of the employee is less than the provincial median wage for the given occupation are regarded as low-wage jobs. Those with better remuneration at/ or above the median wage are regarded as high-wage jobs. 

Employers opting for the high-wage need to invite all job aspirants, to be matched, in the first 30 days, from when the job advert was given, on Job Bank. They can apply for the post provided they have a four-star rating.

Employers opting for the high-wage need to invite all job aspirants, to be matched, in the first 30 days, from when the job advert was given, on Job Bank. They can apply for the post provided they have a two-star rating.

A video has been provided by the government of Canada which explains the working of Job Match mechanism. A green button is visible for the job postings for which aspirants of anonymous nature can be matched. The profiles of Job seekers are ranked as per their best-matching. With a simple click, profiles marking an Invitation to apply can be set. 

An activity report is generated to mark the job postings, showing the details of profiles views and invitations sent.

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