Are you having difficulty filling one or more positions within your company in Canada?RDÉE CANADA AND ITS NETWORK WILL HELP YOU FIND INTERNATIONAL TALENT.
Information and resources to support employers with international recruitment
We work with the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)various provincial and territorial governments, municipalities and other partners to help and support you to recruit qualified bilingual international workers.
Opportunities for employers
Full personalized assistance through the recruitment process!
Personalized tools and services.
Experienced advisors across Canada.
Introduction to the Qualified Worker Recruitment Guide.
September-October 2022: Liaison Tour
- Ontario, September 15 in Sudbury
- Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut and Newfoundland and Labrador, September 22-23
- New Brunswick, September 28, October 3 and 4
- Virtual Career Fair, October 12, 2022:www.emploisaucanada.com
November 2022: Destination Canada Mobility Forum
- Paris (France) and Rabat (Morocco)
Services provided by RDÉE partners
Greeting, Information, and Guidance.
Human Resources Coaching.
Promotion and Diffusion of Job Offers.
Job Fairs (Virtual and Physical).
Information and Guidance.
Outreach to Canadian Embassies(Francophone countries).
Guidance for recruitment of qualified and bilingual workforce.
Matching job seekers with appropriate employers.
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Destination Canada Forum Mobilité is an annual eventhosted by the Government of Canada. It connects Canadian employers and institutions withqualified francophone candidates in various fields and in several countries.
For more information:www.canada.ca/forum-destination-canada
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has outreach officers who can help Canadian employers understand how to use Canada’s economic immigration programs to meet their labor needs and help stimulate economic growth.
You can contact them to understand temporary and permanent immigration programs.
The provincial and territorial organizations that are membersof the RDÉE Canada network and the CIF-IPE (Coopérative d’intégration de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard) have the expertise and relationshipsthat francophone and bilingual immigrants and Canadian employers need before, during and after the economic integration of these new skilled workers.
More information: www.rdee.ca