HR Services

Employer Services
Finding Workers – We can help you connect with workers through our WorkBC Employment Services Centres.  ESC's provide employment services for unemployed people who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, and are legally entitled to work in British Columbia.
Self-Serve Resource Centres - These centres provide job seekers with the tools and equipment to conduct self-serve job search.  These include computers, internet access, photocopying, job board, fax machine, telephone, newspapers, periodicals and reference resources. Your help wanted ads can connect directly with job seekers attending these sites.
WebZone - The WebZone is a directory of employment resources in the Fraser Valley. This directory provides information on employer job links, job boards and other job search features.
Wage Subsidies for Job Seekers is an employment program that helps people who are experiencing difficulty finding work by providing temporary wage subsidies to employers in order to hire them. Normally, the subsidy will lead to permanent employment.  Wage Subsidies help individuals who face barriers to employment by enhancing their skills and improving their employability through the temporary wage subsidies provided to the employers that hire them. 
Job Creation Partnerships for Job Seekers is an employment program that supports projects to provide eligible individuals with meaningful work experience to help them obtain on-going employment.  Projects should benefit the participant, community and the local economy.  However, the primary focus must be on helping the participant.  At the end of the participation with the Job Creation Partnerships, the participants in the program will have recent work experience and additional skills to add to their resumes, increasing their chances of successfully finding long-term employment.  Activities through the Job Creation Partnerships must be finite and incremental to the on-going operation of the project sponsor.  Individuals will receive income support while on the project. Individuals currently in receipt of EI may continue to receive their EI benefits or the project rate, whichever is higher. Eligible participants not in receipt of EI benefits will receive the project rate. This income support is taxable and non-insurable.