Looking to post a job on SaskJobs? You first need
to register with your nearest Canada-Saskatchewan
Labour Market Services Office.
Once registered you will receive your login information
and can post your own jobs at any time using your on-line account. Post a Job.
You can have your job posted for you by a job order taker
at your local Career and Employment Services Office. You
can call your local office or fax in your job order information.
Click here for a Job
Order Form you can fill out pdf or rft formats.
The internet is just one way of looking for someone to
hire. One of the most often used means of searching for
the right person to hire is through personal contacts…
friends, associates at work, people you know through the
community. Other methods are newspaper ads and other employment
Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Services can
also provide assistance with your recruitment process
if you wish to call or visit one of their locations.
Resources Management site provides you with access
to both private and public sites that post information
on individuals seeking employment. These are listed alphabetically
according to category and will connect you to many more
web sites designed for that purpose.
Finally, you may
just want to choose your own sites from a selected list
of premier sites below.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada has developed the Aboriginal Workforce Participation Initiative (AWPI) to address issues associated with Aboriginal employment and promote the participation of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit individuals in the labour market. AWPI has developed an Employer Toolkit to help employers with Aboriginal employment.
Guide to Hiring People with Disabilities For Saskatchewan Employers
This PDF document is produced by North East Community Partners for Inclusion and Newsask Community Futures Development Corporation. The Guide to Hiring Persons with Disabilities for Saskatchewan Employers will provide the tools needed to attract, recruit and retain qualified and skilled employees. It will explain why and how to hire workers with disabilities allowing more options for filling labour needs.