Job Bank requires that employers be validated before they can use the website and post jobs.
In order to establish their account, employers must submit, paper copy or electronically, the following document:
Job Bank reserves the right to accept other official CRA documentation that may be considered like the summary of account letter confirming the business information, including the Business name and address, Business Number and payroll account number.
As of July 31, 2013, employers will have to make greater efforts to seek qualified Canadians, permanent residents, and/or foreign nationals with a valid work permit before they are eligible to access the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and submit a request to hire temporary foreign workers.
The new recruitment and advertising requirements do not apply to the following:
For more information, please visit: http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/foreign_workers/changes.shtml
As part of its enhanced security measures, JBFE is letting you know when changes or transactions are happening in employers` account. To ensure each account is secured, authorized users that have identical e-mail addresses will be notified to modify one or more authorized user profiles. Monitor your inbox closely in case you receive such a request to modify your information.
If you receive a notification for a change or transaction that you did not complete, please report it immediately by contacting your provincial/territorial service agency or Job Bank at email@example.com
In addition to regular jobs, an employer can now post student/youth job online. In not already done so, the employer needs to:
With the exception of Quebec, all student/youth jobs are displayed under the Student/Youth Job Search. To view student jobs in Quebec, job seekers must visit Emploi Québec ¿ Placement étudiant.
New steps and features in the job ad posting process are in place.
The new security features include a new login system, stronger password and monitoring procedures. For details on these enhancements, visit the Instructions for Employers who Use Job Bank Online page.
You should be aware that once your information is displayed on the Internet, it becomes public information. Job Bank has no control on how third parties will use the information once information is posted on Job Bank. "Third parties" have access to this data and may attempt to "re-package" this data for display through other sites or media, often without your knowledge or explicit consent.
Are you a third party representing an employer or company? If yes, the authorized user of the account will be marking the check box and complete the section for Third Party Representative. This step will facilitate user identification, especially when there are multiple authorized users.
To facilitate the tracking of jobs intended for temporary foreign workers, an indicator has been put in place where employers can express their intention to hire from outside of Canada if a suitable Canadian candidate cannot be found. Please note that this information will not be displayed on your job advertisement and is only used for statistical purposes.