The government of Canada has increased support and flexibility to the Work-Sharing (WS) program to support families and businesses throughout COVID-19.
Get up to 75% of employee wages reimbursed through the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy program.
The Canadian government released a $27 Billion economic support response plan against COVID-19. Mentor Works breaks down what this means for your business.
Ontario businesses looking to recruit top talent may find themselves stalled by a domestic labour shortage in particular fields. As a result, they may have to look to the international candidate pool to find the right candidates. Once these future employees have been identified, figuring out how to facilitate theirRead More
Any recent graduate has experienced the struggle that comes with searching for a new job. It can seem impossible to find an employer willing to take a chance on you. If you need experience to get a job but need a job to get experience, you can be caught inRead More
The Government of Ontario recently announced a suite of changes to Employment Ontario programming and services. The government is launching a new system that will improve Ontario employment services by focusing on the needs of local communities, workers, and employers.
Employment Ontario provides a range of programs, services, and funding opportunities
Everyone knows that the wrong hire can be very costly to a business. Not only will a business incur real expenses with a bad hire (estimates show the cost of one bad hire to be in the range of $250,000USD, i.e. their salary, your team’s/trainer’s salaries, and opportunity costs ofRead More
April, May, and June are the busiest months for hiring and now that many students are finishing their school semesters, businesses of all industries across Canada are aggressively looking to hire students and post-secondary undergraduates for co-ops. A benefit for both students and businesses, hiring co-op students is a cost-effectiveRead More
Many Canadian companies could benefit from hiring intern students and recent post-secondary graduates. Not only do they possess the skills and enthusiasm that can support operational success, but they can also help your company qualify for hiring grants and wage subsidies! While Canadian government funding for hiring experienced professionals isRead More
With the rapid growth of evolving industries such as information and communications technology (ICT), the need for digital skills has created demand for an estimated 216,000 additional technology workers by 2021. Companies need skilled personnel who can fulfill specific tech positions and develop and use these technologies in innovative ways.Read More