As the world experiences supply chain issues, businesses are struggling to employ as well. Fortunately, aoffered by HR can support businesses in the and industry to grow their team.
Under the wings of the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP), Propel allows post-secondary across to have paid work experience. The latest initiative is focused on helping the and sector to recover from the .
A wage subsidy of up to CA$7,500 through Propel will be given to qualified Canadian businesses.
The governmentalso benefits post-secondary by providing opportunities to develop the work-ready skills required to secure meaningful employment upon graduation. Work placement activities include programs, co-op placements, practicums, internships, and more.
Qualifying employers are provided with the wage subsidy for eachhired through the (from June 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022).
For more information about Propel, the [email protected]Work Placement , or work-integrated learning, you may reach out to
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