At the moment, annual immigration in Canada amounts to around 300,000 new immigrants and it is one of the highest rates per population of any country in the world. Due to Covid pandemic and slower immigration process in 2020, that number will be more then 400,000 in 2021. As of 2019, there were just under eight million newcomers with permanent residence living in Canada – roughly 21.5 percent of the total Canadian population
Visible minorities have been playing an increasingly important role in our economy. They are hard-working employees with diversity of education and experience gained internationally. That diversity brings fresh perspectives and different business practice approaches. Canadian economy can only benefit from these employees and increase it’s competitiveness on the global stage.
As a business owner in Canada, you have a real opportunity to recognize this pool of skilled newcomers as a business asset and use this asset to its fullest advantage. Whether or not your business is operating in global markets, you can benefit from hiring skilled newcomers. You will gain employees with great diversity in their education, training, on-the-job skills, and life experience.
Turning newcomers into workable citizens!
The NewcomersHire.ca website provides various services for the newcomer community in Canada. NewcomersHire.ca is the only Canadian source that offers more than just an employment website to newcomers. Newcomers can start their working journey wherever they want, regardless of their diversity, with an integrated and graduated set of services.
With NewcomersHire.ca, employers can transition newcomers into the Canadian Work Force and secure their skills to fill important organizational roles. It is beneficial to immigrants to have a job in Canada and employers, as it offers new opportunities for their businesses to grow. With our help, the employer will be able to tap into a hidden talent pool to improve your business with a diverse workforce.
Our goal is to enable Newcomers to turn their interests and skills into a role that meets community needs, establish a connection, and learn the value of contributing to the community.