LMO from A to Z

Seminar ID
IBC-2013-04-03
Date and time
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 18:00 PDT   see it in calendar
Presenters
John Lironi
John Lironi
presenter's bio
Roxanne McInnis Jessome
Roxanne McInnis Jessome
presenter's bio
Attendance
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
ICCRC 3 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 02.07.2013
Barreau du Québec 3 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 23.05.2015
Description

LMO from A to Z

Assessment of your client’s needs:

• Who needs an LMO?
• What is the purpose of an LMO from a Service Canada perspective?
• Educating your client about the circumstances where an LMO is issued:
   o Labour market needs
   o Prevailing wage rates
   o Eligible employer
   o Job description and NOC Code
   o Hours
   o Contract
   o Proof of Recruitment

When to take the case? When NOT to take the case?

Getting started. You’ve accepted the case. What’s next?
• Determining the:
   o NOC Code
   o Evaluating the job description with Labour Market Information
   o Setting the wages, hours and contract duration
   o How many positions are open?
• Recruitment:
   o Preparing the job description
   o Posting the job ads
       Advertising requirements
       Using common sense about where to post
       Doing MORE than the minimum
   o Evaluating responses
   o Tracking recruitment efforts
   o TEAMWORK with the employer – communication is key
   o Determining likelihood of success of the LMO application based on recruitment results
• Submitting the LMO application
   o Application forms – information you need from the employer
   o Proof of recruitment
   o Contract
   o Business License
   o Other supporting documents to include
   o Your submission letter

LMO application has been submitted. What’s next?

• Average processing times
   o Regular LMO vs ALMO
   o Current provincial processing times
• Confirmation of File number
• Preparing your client for the phone call from Service Canada
• Ongoing recruitment

Frequently Asked Questions

• The employer already has someone in mind for the position. What do I need to know about this person?
• The employer has already advertised for the position with no luck. Do we need to re-advertise?
• The employer wants me to find someone for the job. Can I do that? Can I charge a fee to the employer or the worker for recruitment?
• The worker has contacted me about doing an LMO application. Who pays my fees? Who is my client?

Please note: the webinar option may be cancelled if the demand is not high. We will notify everybody latest 1 week in advance of the availability of the webinar option. If no webinar, you can select either full refund or watch the recording of the seminar. 

Venue
SFU Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver
V6B 5K3
Duration
3 hours
Cost
  • regular fee - $ 75.00

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