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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
New Tutorials

A series of free online tutorials have been developed to help small and medium size businesses struggling to fill job vacancies, attract and hire skilled immigrants who are living in BC. 

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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
2014 Mind the Gap Summit Report

The summit brought together more than 80 employers and industry representatives, along with representatives from government, post-secondary institutions and other key stakeholders to discuss immigrant strategies to address BC's skills shortage. 

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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
2014 Fact Sheet

June 2014, the department of Employment and Social Development Canada announced significiant reforms to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.  A new IEC-BC fact sheet outlines some of the key changes to the program that could affect employers' ability to access TFWs. 

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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
2013 Northwest Regional Forums

ON IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT - August 21, 2013 - Kitimat BC and August 22, 2013 Prince Rupert BC
Connecting Employers to Immigrant Talent.

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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
Hiring Immigrants Competently

NEW CANADIANS/NEW EMPLOYEES: Hiring Immigrants Competently Power Point Presentation.

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IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL OF BC (IEC-BC)
Connecting Employers to Immigrant Talent

FACT SHEET - Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) manages six Canadian immigration programs for foreign workers seeking to live and work in Canada.

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NORTHWEST REGIONAL WORKFORCE TABLE
Regional Skills Training Plan 2013-2018

Northwest British Columbia is currently in the early stages of an economic boom which major projects in the mining, oil and gas sectors will create. 

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ETHNIC NEWSPAPERS
Advertising and Recruiting Contacts

In the Lower Mainland.

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HRMA - A CULTURAL COMPETENCE TOOLKIT
Hiring and Retaining Skilled Immigrants

Whether is good economic times or bad there is a business imperative to increase the diversity of your workforce. Factors such as the retirement of the baby boomers, more culturally diverse populations and global challenges are creating the imperative. Skilled immigrants, many of whom are unemployed or underemployed, play a critical role in the solution.  However, there exist a number of "demand-side barriers" (employer challenges around the issue of hiring and retaining skilled immigrants).

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KITIMAT BRITISH COLUMBIA - SNAPSHOT
For Prospective British Columbians

Location, Key Industries, High Demand Occupations, Education and Population.

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LIBRARY OF SKILLED - BASED INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
Nearly 200 Sample Interview Questions for Hiring Managers

To help you spot the presence of important "soft skills".

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NORTHERN BC NEWCOMERS INTEGRATION SERVICE (NISC)
Services to Employers: S.U.C.C.E.S.S

S.U.C.C.E.S.S Northern BC Newcomers Integration Service Centre is located in downtown Fort St. John.  NISC provides settlement services to the immigrant community in the north.  Our employees have developed close ties with the local ethnic communities, service providers, and employers in the area.

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WELCOMING COMMUNITIES
For all new and existing immigrants

We are committed to ensuring  that new immigrants to Canada receive the best settlement services to help them adjust to their new life.

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