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Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Through the Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Services sites, the ministry provides career and employment services to Saskatchewan people in need of information on career and job opportunities, as well as training and/or education options that enable participation in the provincial labour market. The services are focused on matching the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skill needs of employers.

Services for Employers

The Labour Market Services branch assists employers to find the workers they need. The Saskjobs.ca website is the provincial job order system that enables employers to post their jobs free of charge.

Services for Job Seekers

We are here to help you. Here are some of the things we can do:

  • Learn about your individual situation and determine next steps;
  • Discuss training and education options that are a potential fit;
  • We may be able to connect you to options to help with the associated costs of training;
  • Direct you to some of the tools our offices have to help you in your search, like computers, internet access, resources for job-searching, resumé-writing, interviewing, etc;
  • If you are on regular EI and wish to continue receiving regular EI benefits while attending training, our offices continue to consider those applications;
  • Provide you information about the federal Work-Sharing program to help maintain workers during a temporary slowdown; and
  • Direct you to Saskjobs.ca, which provides free access to job postings and resumé-posting services.

Our goal is to support you to get the training you need to find meaningful, long-term work.

Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams offer individualized solutions for employers and workers dealing with production slow-downs and layoffs.

Office locations and contact information.

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Programs are available to help unemployed and under-employed individuals acquire the fundamental skills they need to participate in the Saskatchewan labour market. These programs bring together individuals, community-based organizations, employers and government to work in partnership to provide a variety of educational and work preparation opportunities for unemployed people, low-skilled job seekers and older workers.



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