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How Canadian Employers Can Offer Job Opportunities to Ukrainian Refugees

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Canadian employers looking into extending their support to Ukrainian refugees through employment opportunities are encouraged to register their job availabilities on Canada Job Bank.

That’s according to information provided by British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) as per its consultation with go2HR.

Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada are being directed to the site to find available jobs.

According to BCLCA, members have reached out to inquire about hiring Ukrainian refugees. Since then, the association has consulted go2HR on how campground owners can extend their support to the refugees by providing job opportunities.

g2HR is BC’s tourism and hospitality association for human resources as well as health and safety.

Ukrainian communities in British Columbia and across Canada are also working on connecting employers with job seekers from Ukraine. In Vancouver, the Ukrainian Community Society of Ivan Franko is urging those hiring to register with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Vancouver Branch, via email.

They can also utilize Ukrainian Vancouver by posting a job offer. 

Outside Vancouver, interested employers can complete the Ukrainian Canadian Congress’ online form. Other avenues are Help Ukraine Vancouver IslandFind Free Newcomer Services Near You (canada.ca), and the Prince George for Ukraine Facebook group or email.

For more information, click here.

To support the people of Ukraine, the Canadian government introduced the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) which offers Ukrainians and their family members free, extended temporary status and allows them to work, study, and stay in Canada until Ukraine is safe again. 

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