- 加拿大政府 Job Bank 上的招聘广告。
- 在一般就业网站（workopolis.com，monster.ca，indeed.ca，LinkedIn Jobs，CareerBuilder.ca，Glassdoor.ca，Eluta.ca等）上刊登广告
- 工资（满足中等工资收入 ）
- 发布日期和日期广告将关闭（dd / mm / yyyy – dd / mm / yyyy）
Recruitment efforts documentation (Foreign Worker or In-Demand Skills streams only)
Some employers have to demonstrate that they made enough effort to recruit a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident for the position being offered to the applicant.
You may be asked to provide proof of recruitment efforts if the OINP applicant is:
- currently living abroad
- visiting Canada
- working in a province or territory other than Ontario
You will not have to provide proof of recruitment if the applicant is currently authorized to work in Ontario, or you have a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) for the same NOC code and position being offered to the applicant. If you do have a LMIA, you may be asked to provide a copy.
Proof of recruitment efforts
To prove you tried to recruit a Canadian citizen or permanent resident prior to offering the position to the applicant, you may be asked to submit additional documents to demonstrate your advertising or recruitment methods after application submission, above and beyond the job advertisements that you must give the applicant to scan and upload with their application.
You should use a minimum of two advertising or recruitment methods, including:
- a job bank advertisement with the Government of Canada’s Job Bank
- print media (national or provincial/territorial newspapers, national journals, magazines with national coverage, specialized journals, professional association magazines, newsletters, etc.)
- advertisement on general employment websites (workopolis.com, monster.ca, indeed.ca, LinkedIn Jobs, CareerBuilder.ca, Glassdoor.ca, Eluta.ca etc.)
- advertisement on specialist websites dedicated to specific occupation profiles (accounting, marketing, biotechnology, education, engineering etc.)
- posting on employer’s career website for internal and external candidates
- demonstrated participation at job fairs
Your advertisement should be posted for at least four weeks prior to offering the position to the applicant, be accessible to the general public and include:
- business operating name
- business address
- position title and duties
- skill requirements which include education and/or work experience
- wage (where a wage is posted, the median wage must be within the range)
- location where the employee will work (city or town)
- contact information: name, address, telephone number, email address
- date posted and date advertisement will close (dd/mm/yyyy – dd/mm/yyyy)
Do not submit personal information about candidates to the OINP, such as resumes containing names, addresses, dates of birth, etc.