Released on May 9, 2018
The transition of saskjobs.ca to the partnership site with the National Job Bank will be extended for the next six months.
“Saskjobs has been an important website for both Saskatchewan employers and job seekers since 1999,” Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said. “While the move to the National Job Bank website will offer more benefits to employers and job seekers, it has been challenging for some businesses and individuals to adapt. We have listened carefully to those concerns.”
On May 1, 2018, Saskatchewan deepened its existing partnership with the National Job Bank. The new site requires employers and job seekers to use the new platform which includes enhanced security, more benefits and a new look and feel.
“We will continue to engage saskjobs.ca users and ensure a more hands-on approach to the transition,” Harrison said. “The next six months will be spent engaging employers, job seekers and community partners about the upgrade.”
For more information, contact:
Trade and Export Development