Temporary foreign worker program must have open work permits
Fact Sheet & Media
Author(s): Connelly, C. E.
Resource: The Star
The biggest problem right now is closed work permits. Temporary foreign workers must stay with the employer who hires them. If temporary foreign workers quit or are fired they can only work for a new employer who happens to have an unfilled labour market impact assessment (LMIA), or they have to return home. And because temporary foreign workers all have closed work permits, they sometimes endure working conditions that Canadian employees would walk away from.Go to article View all resources
Related Research Areas: Temporary and Gig Workers