How can you keep up with the demand for talent in this highly competitive global economy?
Introducing CIC’s Employer Liaison Network (ELN) – Helping Employers Navigate the Express Entry Immigration System
Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s new Express Entry system provides more recruitment possibilities for employers. The purpose of the system is to be more responsive to labour market needs and support economic growth.
How will Express Entry impact your organization’s efforts to stay competitive and innovate in today’s global economy?
In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) will launch an online webinar series to discuss how CIC’s new initiative, the Employer Liaison Network (ELN), can help employers navigate the Express Entry system.
During the webinars, ELN regional officers will discuss:
- The new Express Entry system and what it means for Canadian employers;
- How the ELN can help you navigate Express Entry;
- Overseas recruitment opportunities.
Date: (Presentation will be made by each ELN regional officer. Please select a date that is applicable to your region.)
October 27, 2015 – 12 pm EST (Ontario region)
October 29, 2015 – 12 pm MDT (Alberta region)
November 3, 2015 –12 pm CDT (Manitoba region)
Duration: 45 minutes
The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a not-for-profit national centre of expertise for the digital economy. Through trusted research, innovative talent solutions, and practical policy advice, ICTC fosters innovative and globally competitive Canadian industries empowered by a talented and diverse digital workforce.
The Employer Liaison Network (ELN) will help employers navigate the Express Entry system. It will provide employers with useful and up-to-date information on permanent economic immigration programs and policies related to Express Entry. Its goal is to increase employer awareness and use of the Express Entry system, as well as to facilitate matches between employers in Canada (outside of Quebec) and skilled labour overseas. The ELN will not address case-specific enquiries or work permit issues. Its focus is on the permanent resident streams (i.e. not temporary resident streams).