Recruitment Efforts under Labour Market Impact Assessment Video
A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), formerly known as a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) is a document that employers have to apply for and it is processed by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and Service Canada. In other words, this document is the proof that Canada lacks the kind of skilled work or labour that you as an employer might be looking for. A positive LMIA document will enable employers to hire temporary foreign workers as it enables individuals to apply for work permits. However, having a positive LMIA does not guarantee an approved work permit which is a separate procedure that should be conducted on it’s own. Additionally, you will have to prove this labour shortage to the government of Canada by advertising to recruit a Canadian citizen, permanent resident card holder or even a work permit holder currently residing in Canada. For more information on eligibility requirements and advertising requirements for LMIA, please watch our video in it’s entirety.
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