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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Recruitment in Saskatchewan
We at IIBC believe that a labour shortage should be first addressed locally before hiring foreign workers. We have set up a successful marketing strategy to find local people by advertising in 15-20 different mediums in Saskatchewan, and by advertising for workers nationally.
IIBC attends job fairs across Canada to source workers nationally to work for companies in Western Canada. We have unique strategies to attract and retain Canadian workers to work in Western Canada.
IIBC’s strategies for foreign worker recruitment are leading edge, and have been developed to maximize recruitment efforts. IIBC uses a streamlined technique, which ensures a quick and reliable approach for finding and hiring qualified applicants.
Contact International Immigration and Business Consulting (IIBC)
If you have any questions or require help with recruitment in Saskatchewan, please contact us anytime for more information.