Laid Off or Affected by Production Slow Downs?
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Information available includes:
- A description of the Employment Insurance process, what you need and what you need to know;
- Information on re-training and advancing along your career path;
- Career and employment services available in your community;
- SaskJobs.ca for posting resumes and subscribing to job alerts; and
- Information for immigrant workers on maintaining eligibility to work in Canada.
Transition services available through your local Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Services offices include:
- Career information and tools to help you match your skills, interests and goals with real job opportunities;
- Computer and internet access to help you explore labour market trends, occupations in demand and current job openings;
- Information on training options and funding for training;
- University, technical institution and regional college calendars;
- Books, software and advice to help with resumes and cover letters;
- Printer, fax and photocopier access to support your job search;
- Free access to job postings and resume posting services through SaskJobs.ca; and
- Information about community programs and services to help you find a job and succeed in the workplace.
There are 6,459 jobs posted in Saskatchewan today, and we can help you find one that fits.
For a listing of local Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Services offices across the province, visit us here.