A REWARDING WAY TO FIND EMPLOYEES FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Hiring employees in this unusual labor market has become increasingly challenging.
THE LEARN 2 EARN PROGRAM CAN HELP YOU FIND IDEAL CANDIDATES FOR YOUR BUSINESS WHILE SAVING VALUABLE TIME AND MONEY ON TRAINING!
TRAINED CANDIDATES WITH A BROAD RANGE OF SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE.
MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
AN INCLUSIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUTH WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION, AND THEREFORE YOUR COMMUNITY.
BENEFITS TO YOU:
REDUCED HIRING AND TRAINING EXPENSES
WAGES REIMBURSED UP TO $7.50 / HOUR FOR 12 WEEKS!
YOUR NEXT EMPLOYEE JUST MIGHT BE
YOUR BEST EMPLOYEE
See the answers to most common questions below:
Yes, the candidate speaks English fluently.
In order to be accepted to the Learn 2 Earn program, all participants are required to have the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) at level 5. Most participants registering to the Learn 2 Earn program has a CLB Level 4 or 5.
The candidate has open availability. They are able to work weekdays and weekends, including days, evenings and Stat Holidays.
Yes, the candidate does not have any problems working any day of the week and handing a variety of shifts.
Yes, the candidate has their own vehicle and valid driving licence.
Yes, we can, but only for what our team has experience over the 10 weeks of training.
Yes, the candidate will have a valid driving license and has open availability.
Yes, they are able to follow instructions, maintain records and communicate effectively in English.
Yes, the candidate is able to work legally in Canada.
Yes, all of our candidates have either worked, or have work related experience.
The candidate has received and has successfully completed Basic Computer Training and is comfortable with using the computer.
Yes, the candidate has read the job posting prior to applying and has the knowledge and the skills to perform this job.
Once you hire one of our participants, they are a considered a regular employee. Once the 3 months is over, our hope is that your business will continue to work with the employee.
Yes, doing physical work for the candidate is not a concern.
Yes, the program has participants complete the proper training for Occupational Health & Safety.