According to a report, the access of Canada’s fast-food industry to the Temporary Foreign Worker Scheme has been deferred even while the concerned Canadian minister has declared that these are highly serious concerns, even while a probe into the charges made about the scheme will be duly carried-out.
Remarkably, there have already been suspended Labour Market Opinions (LMOs) that permitted the recruiters/job-providers to employ temporary manpower from abroad. These recruiters/job-providers were also put on the black list. Every fresh pending and new LMO petition involving the Food Industry will not be duly processed. They will also defer every LMOs presented for any unfilled job-opening presented before.
The minister has also issued the warning that any program infringements will and could invite heavy action from the authorities. Further, every present recruiter/firm being probed will face criminal charges, in case they have misinformed Ottawa about not being in a position to employ inside the nation. These criminal charges comprise penalties & jail term.
Since 2007, both Alberta & British Columbia (BC) have hired more labour force from abroad as compared to the remaining areas of the nation for every year. The concerned department, i.e., Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), will carry on checking that the nationals are preferred first for every obtainable employment openings. They will have a zero tolerance against the exploitation of the Temporary Foreign Worker Scheme.
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