LMIA - Labour Market Impact Assessment -A Journey of 8-10 months, a stability of 2 years uninterrupted employment from a foreign worker (cooks, bakers, shift managers)
Summary of an Employer Driven Program to bring in foreign workers A program run by the Government of Canada named as LMIA, labor market impact assessment by ESDC -Employment Social Development Canada. This program allows Canadian employers to bring for them ‘foreign workers’. The foreign worker is issued a named work permit which means employer name on the work permit restricts the worker to not to work for any other employer. Employer has no legal obligation. Employer can let him or her go if they were not to perform. ESDC will need to be informed as the worker may need to leave the country. A median wage needs to be paid to the worker, with a minimum commitment of 30 hours of work a week. A cook requires $15.75 (NOC 6322), and a shift manager for fast food restaurants requires $15.89 (NOC 6311), a home support worker to work in personal support worker roles for old age homes etc, requires $19.00 (NOC 4412). The process requires complaisance, which we do for you to demonstrate to the Government that no Canadians were available for applying for jobs for your positions. An interview happens between an ESDC officer and you. We train you. It is a easy recap of our submission. This is all legal. Programs are running with no caps for cook, baker, shift manager fast food restaurant positions where we want employers to take advantage of – to battle through the labor shortage.
Workers working for you at your business Most worker's goal is Immigration. Employer who intend to reduce their turnovers, increase applications must be prepared to work in a Government Program that does not cost them anything, but grants '50 points' towards the 'permanent residency application' for the foreign worker. We will process the entire application to the ESDC department - the Employment Social Development Canada. Help your deserving workers before you get that notice of resignation on the table....
Global Hut Immigration assisted employers to gain foreign workers for up to 2 years stability Each year employers have gained foreign worker recruitment of cooks for restaurants, bakers for bakeries, shift mangers for fast food restaurants. A summer 2022 - recent project of ours resulted in having approval of seventy five room attendants to work in hotels in Ontario who entered Canada from Mexico. The above is a result of taking advantage of new policies that were introduced on 30th April, 2022 allowing low skilled workers to enter Canada to assist with businesses who are threaten by this shortage. Hospitality industry is hit hard, so is the health industry. Weather you are a small business owner, or a corporate with 5000 staff, we can help you with staffing!
Students, Workers in Canada Permanent Residence, Study, Work, Spousal Permits, Ontario Provincial Nomination Our specialization is for all the above applications. If you are an International student or worker living in Canada, we are happy to help.
About Us Tushar Chawla, born and raised in one of the oldest known cities of the world: Varanasi, India. Mr. Chawla holds high standard business values that the environment Mr. Chawla grew up seeing his family manage multiple textile, garment manufacturing factory units, and hospitality banquet halls in the city of Varanasi, India. Garment industry manufacturing has stayed with our family for over three generations. In Mr. Chawla's own words "The empathy, the leadership, eagerness to learn more came naturally", "To me, working ethically and doing what is right keeps me haunting, and in a good way how I like it to be. It saddens me to see how many businesses will make decisions to only benefit themselves, and to the extent of unimaginable manipulation of the law and regulations that we govern in Canada."
After living in Australia, U.S.A, Mr. Chawla entered Canada in 2001 as an International student to study at Niagara College, and what was unplanned to live abroad took its own shape as a destiny to call home 'Canada'. The 01st of July, 2019, Mr. Chawla became the Founder of Global Hut Immigration Corp. Mr. Chawla has completed an M.B.A. degree from the University of Guelph, hotel management from Australia, and hotel management from Niagara College, human resources from Sheridan College, accounting from Mc. Master until level 3 CPA, and holds an active regulated professional license of Immigration profession, along with is a certified human resources leader designation holder.
Mr. Chawla left his home country India at age 20, and has worked in the hospitality, International education-student recruitment. Some of Mr. Chawla's roles included: General Manager, Accounting Manager, Financial controller, Guest Services Manager, International Student Recruitment Manager of South Asia, Niagara College, and most recent the Director of Global Hut Immigration Corp, since 2019.
Working in International Immigration environment with foreign students/workers is a second nature to Mr. Chawla, which naturally was achieved at his recent position of 'International Student Recruitment Manager of South Asia, Niagara College between 2009 to 2019. Mr. Chawla was the brain to develop the International student intake what it started at 100 in 2009 to reach 3000 students in 2018. In this role, Mr. Chawla worked closely with Canadian Trade Commissioners to promote Canadian education across the globe. With 10 years multiple travels made to: India, Sri-Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Jamaica and Bahamas, Mr. Chawla understands the International markets, foreign workers, the education, hospitality, and the Immigration industry well. At Niagara College, Mr. Chawla worked with 500+ agents from India which resulted in having a revenues of $54 million in 2018 for Niagara College International Department.
'Canada offers a fair chance for all to live and grow in an immigrant tolerant society'-Tushar Chawla
The 2022 'Immigration Program Speaker' for human resources professionals in Canada On June 22nd, 2022 Mr. Chawla was invited for being the key speaker at the One King West, Toronto to speak to 50+ 'Human Resources Professionals' of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) who came from different businesses for hearing a 'presentation' that equipped them to learn more on the on 'employer driven programs' allowing them to retain their foreign workers by participating to work in these programs.
As Mr. Chawla commented that 'it was of no surprise that all human resources professionals in the GTA with the exception of one were not aware of what the program offers for having given assistance to their well deserved foreign workers', this is where we come in, and this is where retention of foreign workers becomes a second nature...
The labor shortage needs to be dealt with for many employers in 2022 to have in place for 2023 "What I am seeing in 2022 is a need for employers to get help. Help before you know this becomes a more burdensome which may have implications of closures for businesses. Our work has a human side to it, where not only we focus on helping the employer's need, but we extend that to the worker who is looking for a new life making this possible for a lifetime opportunity for the worker. Legal, Effective, Long Term"
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