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The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training is committed to helping Saskatchewan employers and stakeholder organizations with the development, recruitment and retention of workers, consistent with provincial labour market needs, for existing and new businesses.
Businesses currently operating or about to establish in Saskatchewan can contact Employer Services for collaboration and discovery of the supports related to labour recruitment and retention strategies. Employer Services will help employers define their needs, find potential talent pools, and connect to programs and services to address workforce supply and any potential challenges. Having the right skills and talent will enhance competitiveness, future-proof your business, build resiliency and encourage business growth and expansion.
Employer Services provides customized concierge services for employers to attract, develop and retain employees, including assistance for employers to navigate through provincial and federal government programs and services.
Employer Services can help you develop recruitment strategies to find potential talent pools both domestically and internationally. We work with you to define your workforce needs and options, as well as connect you to programs and services to support your recruiting efforts.
Employers can post jobs at no cost on saskjobs.ca.
Saskjobs.ca is also connected to the National Job Bank, allowing employers to reach a greater number of qualified candidates. National Job Bank offers Job Match capabilities that can connect employers with Canadian Citizen and Permanent Resident candidates who match specific profile criteria.
If you need assistance with posting a job on saskjobs.ca and National Job Bank please contact:
Toll-free Number → 1-833-354-6914 (option 3)
Email address → email@example.com
Employers from all types of businesses can hire foreign workers through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. Learn more about Hiring Foreign Workers to Saskatchewan.
Employer Services can assist in defining your workforce needs and developing a strategic talent plan using current labour market data. Employer Services provides access to information and potential funding programs focused on retaining a skilled and diverse workforce.
Labour Market Intelligence provides a big-picture view of employment in Saskatchewan. Employer Services will provide statistics, forecasts and reports on Saskatchewan's labour market to help employers match workers with employment needs.
Employer Services can assist you in exploring and navigating training options for your staff to obtain new skills and upskill to adapt to evolving occupation and organizational changes. Training opportunities for staff can assist your organization in attaining and keeping a competitive advantage.
Workforce variances caused by economic factors or business operation changes, may cause an employer to restructure with workforce reductions. When resilience is tested, Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams are available to provide support services for employers and workers.
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