What you need to know about LMIA

Seminar ID
IBC-2020-03-04
Date and time
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 13:00 PDT   see it in calendar
Presenter
Matthew Iwama
Matthew Iwama
presenter's bio
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
LSBC 5 CPD hours available until: 04.03.2022
ICCRC 5 (tentative) CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 02.06.2020
Description



We apologize but the speaker cancelled the engagement. We will refund money to everyone who registered and paid. 

Role as a Consultant:

• Being a Subject-Matter Expert, not an Opportunity Broker
• Elevating our Profession and Standard of Work
• Meta-Overview of Landscape, Programs, Status and Health
• Embracing Evolution and Preparing for Opportunities

Labour Market Impact Assessments:

• New Recruitment - Planning and Documenting, Relationships and Regulation
• Re-thinking Advertising Strategy and Ad-Spend for Employers
• Employee Retention Situations and Strategy
• Drafting Meaningful Transition Plans
• Returning Employers
• Reduced Reliance
• Employer Compliance Reviews
• Dissecting the Numbers, looking at approval rates by NOC Code

• High and Low Wage Streams
• Dual Intent Applications
• Caregivers
• Agricultural

Global Talent Stream

• Understanding the Hype
• Process, Benefits
• Labour Market Benefits Plans
• Wage Considerations and Situational Analysis

LMIA-Exemptions

• Looking at Key Professions for Vancouver and Toronto technology sector
• Understanding Independent Professionals and Contractual Service Providers
• Diving Deep on Professionals and Technicians
• Situational Analysis and Common Situations

• CETA
• CPTPP
• Canada-Colombia
• Canada-Panama
• Canada-Peru
• Canada-Chile
• Canada-Korea
• NAFTA

Interesting and Useful Case Law, ATIPs and Research

Venue
Vancouver, to be announced
Vancouver
Duration
5 hours
Cost
  • regular fee - $ 150.00

Disclaimer

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