安省移民雇主要求 Employer requirements

OINP 雇主担保移民雇主要求 Employer requirements

1.对安省雇主的要求

  • 已成立3年,且正常经营
  • 经营地在安省

雇主须证明在向申请人提供职位之前已经做出了合理的努力来招募加拿大公民或永久居民。

对申请人已经具有在安大略省工作的有效工作许可证或者雇主对该职位有积极的劳动力市场影响评估(LMIA)时对雇主在加拿大内的招聘工作会相对宽松。

2.企业营收要求

  • 大多伦多地区(多伦多市,达勒姆,霍尔顿,约克和皮尔地区)工作,年营业额要求 100 万加币
  • 大多伦多地区以外的,年营业额要求是 50 万加币

工作报告的含义

如果申请人将在多个地点工作,则申请人将向其报告工作的地点是指:

  • 申请人直属上司或经理的工作地点,或
  • 申请人将收到工作分配的行政办公室的位置

3.全职员工要求

  • 多伦多,达勒姆,哈尔顿,约克和皮尔地区:*至少**五名全职雇员是加拿大公民或永久居民,
  • 大多伦多地区以外:至少**三名全职雇员是加拿大公民或永久居民

全职员工的含义

全职雇员是指每周至少工作30个小时的雇员。

4.雇主表格

雇主必须填写并签署[雇主表格](http://www.forms.ssb.gov.on.ca/mbs/ssb/forms/ssbforms.nsf/FormDetail?OpenForm&ACT=RDR&TAB=PROFILE&SRCH=&ENV=WWE&TIT=0233&NO=009-0233E) 来申请批准该职位。

重要提示:在评估申请时,移民部可能需要您的雇主提供的其他证明文件,以验证《雇主表格》中包含的信息。请阅读[雇主清单](https://www.ontario.ca/document/oinp-document-checklists/employer-job-offer-streams-employer-checklist),以获取可能需要的文件清单。

Employer requirements

Please refer to section 4 of Ontario Regulation 422/17 and the Employer Guide for more details on each requirement.

1. General requirements

To qualify under the Foreign Worker Stream, your employer must:

  • have been in active business for at least three years prior to submitting your application
  • have business premises in Ontario where you will work
  • have no outstanding orders made against them under the Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000 or the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • demonstrate that enough effort was made to recruit a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident prior to offering the position to you (this only applies if you are currently living outside Canada or working outside of Ontario)

Employers must demonstrate that reasonable efforts were made to recruit a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident prior to offering the position to the applicant, unless:

  • the applicant already has a valid work permit to work in Ontario, or
  • the employer has a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) for the position

The OINP is designed to assist employers in circumstances where their efforts to fill a position domestically were unsuccessful due to skills shortages. Employers are expected to conduct domestic recruitment efforts on their own, or with the assistance of recruitment agencies/specialists (for example, head hunters, human resource consulting firms) who have expertise in recruiting domestic talent.

Please note that the OINP does not consider domestic recruitment efforts carried out by an immigration representative to be reasonable. In such situations, a conflict of interest exists since the immigration representative stands to benefit financially should domestic recruitment efforts be determined to be unsuccessful. If an application indicates that domestic recruitment efforts were undertaken by an immigration representative, the application will be refused.

2. Revenue requirements

Your employer’s business must also meet the following requirements for the most recently completed fiscal year (the year used for tax or accounting purposes):

  • a minimum of $1,000,000 in total gross annual revenue if you will work or report to work at a location in the Greater Toronto Area (City of Toronto, Durham, Halton, York and Peel regions) or
  • a minimum of $500,000 in total gross annual revenue if you will work or report to work at a location outside the Greater Toronto Area

Meaning of report to work

In cases where the applicant will work at more than one location, the location where the applicant will report to work means:

  • the location where the applicant’s immediate supervisor or manager works, or
  • the location of the administrative office where the applicant will receive work assignments

3. Full-time employee requirements

Your employer’s business must also have at the time of application submission:

  • at least five full-time employees who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents who work at the location where you will work, or will report to work, if you will work or report to work at a location in the Greater Toronto Area (City of Toronto, Durham, Halton, York and Peel regions) or
  • at least three full-time employees who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents who work at the location where you will work, or will report to work, if you will work or report to work at a location outside the Greater Toronto Area

Meaning of full-time employee

A full-time employee is an employee who has worked a minimum of 30 hours per week.

4. Employer Form

Your employer must make an application for approval of an employment position by filling out and signing an Employer Form.

Your employer then must give you the form so you can scan and upload it with your application.

Important: When we assess your application, we may need additional supporting documents from your employer to validate information included in the Employer Form. Please read the Employer Checklist for a list of possible documents that may be requested.