Know your obligations and opportunities when it comes to hiring employees — from recruitment to payroll to tax returns — and familiarize yourself with current labour market conditions.
- Hiring requirements
Find resources that can help you comply with the standards and regulations regarding recruiting, selecting, and hiring employees.
- Hiring Employees
Learn about the steps involved in hiring employees; from developing the job requirements, to screening and testing applicants, to making an offer.
- Hiring foreign workers
If your business is facing a labour shortage, or you are unable to find the talent your business needs, why not look outside of Canada?
- Job Descriptions: An Employer's Handbook
This handbook can help you develop job descriptions to hire employees, evaluate employee performance and identify training needs.
- Recruit and manage sales staff
Learn where to find salespeople, the importance of the recruitment interview and how to institute a commission structure to encourage high sales.
- Wage subsidies
Are high wage expectations making you reluctant to put up that Help Wanted sign? A wage subsidy program can put the perfect employee within your reach.
- Job Bank
Advertise and manage your job openings free of charge and at your own convenience, and find qualified job candidates through the tool Job Match for Employers.
- Labour and employment data
Find statistics and analysis related to the labour force, employment and income from official Canadian and international sources.
Having a difficult time recruiting qualified employees? A teleworker — an employee who works outside your office — may be a great option for you.
Find services and resources that can help you hire persons with disabilities and create an inclusive work environment and a diverse team.
- Working in Canada — Human resources management
Use these free resources to find, hire, train and retain the employees you need. Access labour market and regulatory information, and advertise your job openings.
- SaskJobs.ca — Provincial job bank
Are you a Saskatchewan employer? Post your job opportunities on SaskJobs.ca and search the resume database for candidates that meet your needs.
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