Find information about finding a job, job training and apprenticeship, financial aid including the provincial training allowance, filing a claim with Workers' Compensation Board and many other topics about working in Saskatchewan.
Becoming a Licensed Professional
Apply for a variety of professional licences, including private investigator, security guard and building officials.
Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams
Access to support services for businesses and workers affected by production slowdowns or layoffs.
COVID-19 Information for Businesses and Workers
Find available support for businesses and workers.
Employment Standards in Saskatchewan
Learn more about standards, wages and pay, layoffs and terminations for employers and employees.
Find an Apprenticeship Program
Looking for an apprenticeship? The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission can help.
Find and Apply for Jobs
Find and apply for job openings in Saskatchewan, and learn about career opportunities in the Saskatchewan Public Service.
Information for Immigrants and Foreign Workers
Saskatchewan offers job opportunities in a variety of skilled trades and professional occupations. Learn more about finding work, licensing requirements for regulated occupations and becoming familiar with Saskatchewan workplaces.
Job Training and Financial Support Programs
Find programs and funding to assist in developing the skills needed to prepare for, find and maintain a job.
Labour Market Information
Find labour market statistics, reports and labour forecasts.
Labour Mobility refers to an agreement between Canadian jurisdictions that aims to ensure that a worker's professional or occupational certification issued by a regulator in one jurisdiction may be accepted as certification in another Canadian jurisdiction.
Need Help with my WCB Claim or Appeal
Find information on the Office of the Workers Advocate and when to contact the Workers' Compensation Board after an injury.
Safety in the Workplace
Learn more about providing a safe work environment and staying safe on the job.
SaskJobs – Career Services
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training connects individuals to career possibilities that can improve their quality of life. Services include job searching, job matching, career planning and job training.
SaskJobs helps employers build a diverse and talented workforce and job seekers find meaningful careers.
Workers' Compensation for Participants in Employment Training Programs
Workers' compensation coverage is available to eligible participants in unpaid work experiences, as part of their training in a ministry-approved project.
Youth in the Workplace
Learn about programs targeted to young workers to increase awareness and understanding of what constitutes a safe, healthy, productive and respectful workplace.