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Accelerated training – International employee mobility

Familiarize yourself with the new standards for international employee mobility and recruiting. Virtual activities and content The workshop will be held in French.

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Why take this accelerated training session on international employee mobility during the pandemic?

On March 25, join us for this 1.5-hour virtual training session to learn about the standards, rules and responsibilities of managers in international employee mobility and recruiting.

What will you learn in this accelerated training session?

  • Labour law obligations of directors and employees during a pandemic;
  • Duties and personal responsibilities of directors;
  • Best practices for businesses in the context of a pandemic;
  • Restrictions at Canadian borders and their impact on the mobility of temporary foreign workers;
  • Compliance review and inspection under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).
  • Who is this accelerated training session for?

    • Business managers
    • Human resources directors and managers

    After you register, you will receive two confirmation emails. The first will confirm your purchase. The second will be sent a few days before the virtual activity. It will include the Zoom link for you to join the webinar on the day of the activity.


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Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For further information

Dina Mansour
Advisor, International market development
514 871-4002, ext. 6218

Please note that no exchange or refund will be accepted following your purchase.
Due to the Chamber’s privacy policy, International Trade training courses are not recorded. We strongly encourage you to take notes during the training.Thank you for your understanding.
Acclr International Trade Services’ activities receive financial support from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.

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