IS THERE A LEGAL OBLIGATION WHEN AN EMPLOYER BRINGS A FOREIGN WORKER TO CANADA TO WORK FOR THEIR BUSINESS?
Myth: As a Canadian employer when I bring in a foreign worker to work for me, I am legally bound to keep them for the full duration of the work permit and cannot let them go regardless of their performance
Fact: A Canadian employer is able to let anyone go in Canada with our without cause. If you have a foreign worker who came to exclusively work for you on a two year work permit, and has your business name on his work permit, you can still let him or her go. You will need to notify the ESDC - Employment Social Development Canada department about this change in employment condition of the foreign worker. Tushar Chawla, Director of Glboal Hut Immigration Helping Employers gain Foreign Workers in Canada, and helping Foreign Workers in Canada in all Immigration matters, Niagara Falls
EVER THOUGHT OF WHY CANADA HAS SHORTAGE OF WORKERS THAT IS NEVER ENDING?
Myth: This shortage is temporary and in the future all businesses will have more people, less jobs and be able to select/recruit easy
Fact: Many countries around the world do not offer 'transferable skill culture'. This means that a 'cook' in India, Dubai, Sri-Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc. countries, most times remain as a 'cook', Meanwhile, a 'cook' in Canada is able to transfer his or her skills to work for a 'call center', make same or more per hour, or can work on 'amazon delivery' and make more per hour. Government of Canada has named this program as 'Temporary Foreign Worker Program', which means the workers will use their 'mobility rights' and move and live anywhere they wish to in Canada, work in any environment they like to test, and not be part of a difficult job if that they perceived to be.
Bring your foreign worker in Canada working with the public policies in place for your recruitment needs. The worker will receive a 'work permit' which will have the business/employer's name on it. This means the worker will work in Canada with the employer potentially for up to two years and can extend the work permit at the end of the two years. Or, the business can now bring new workers to Canada once again for two years by participating in the LMIA labour market impact assessment program and foreign worker recruitment program. Tushar Chawla, Director of Glboal Hut Immigration Helping Employers gain Foreign Workers in Canada, and helping Foreign Workers in Canada in all Immigration matters, Niagara Falls
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