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2014 Foreign Worker and Employment Law Updates

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http://devrylaw.ca/ At Devry Smith Frank LLP’s Human Resource Seminar, Toronto immigration lawyer Asher Frankel covers important topics in relation to dealing with foreign worker updates.

In April 2013, one of Canada’s largest banks brought in Indian foreign workers and one of the employees in the bank went public stating that he was asked to train foreign workers in order to replace him, which introduced the terms off-shoring and out-sourcing, resulting in job loss in Canada. Employers are to first hire Canadians before reaching out to the foreign worker community in order to protect the Canadian labour market.

The temporary foreign worker program has focused on the labour market opinion confirming that there was a thorough search made of the labour market to first hire a Canadian.

Frankel covers all of these important topics and more regarding foreign updates.

Our law offices are easily located in the Lawrence and Don Mills location of Toronto and we have plenty of free parking.

Devry Smith Frank LLP
95 Barber Greene Road #100
Toronto, ON M3C 3E9
(416) 449-1400
http://www.devrylaw.ca

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For further information or assistance in regards to foreign workers or other issues related to employment law, please contact one of our Toronto employment lawyers or Asher Frankel at http://www.devrylaw.ca/meet-our-team/.

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