BCPNP 雇主担保移民雇主要求 - 飞出国 2018
飞出国： BCPNP 技术移民中大部分项目都是需要雇主 offer 的。BC 省同样对提供 offer 的企业有资格要求。
过程中雇主需要给海外雇员提供书面 job offer，完成雇主部分的申请表，当过程中申请人情况有改变时通知 BC PNP。
雇主必须是在 B.C 省长期经营，对担保高技术职业的需要在BC省运营一年，对担保低技能工种的，需要在BC省运营2年。
作为被担保的申请人近5年内不能在该公司持 10% 及以上的股份。与安省不一样的是BC省对雇主的营业额没有强制要求。
Employer Requirements - BCPNP SKILLS IMMIGRATION 2018 flyabroad
The Skills Immigration and Express Entry British Columbia streams of the BC PNP are largely employer-driven and are designed to help B.C. businesses attract and retain international workers and students to meet B.C.’s labour market needs.
If you have the support of your current or prospective B.C. employer and you meet the eligibility criteria, you can submit a registration online to the BC PNP.
Employer Responsibilities - BCPNP SKILLS IMMIGRATION 2018 flyabroad
In addition to meeting the general employer requirements listed below, your employer must also:
- issue you a written offer of employment
- complete the employer sections of the application forms
- notify the BC PNP if there are any changes in your employment status – such as whether you have been demoted, terminated, laid off, on extended leave, or if the business has closed or changed ownership
General Employer Requirements - BCPNP SKILLS IMMIGRATION 2018
Your employer must meet specific requirements in order to support your BC PNP application. The onus is on your employer to demonstrate that these requirements are met. Your employer may be required to provide financial statements or other documents as supporting evidence.
be established as an employer in good standing in B.C.
Your employer must be in good standing and must have one of the following business structures:
- incorporated or extra-provincially registered OR
- registered as a limited liability partnership in B.C. OR
- an eligible public sector or non-profit employer
Your employer must be permanently established in B.C., as defined by the federal Income Tax Act.
Your employer must have operated in B.C. for at least one year (two years if you are registering under the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category, including employment in the Northeast Development Region of B.C.)
have indeterminate, full-time employees
If your employer is located within the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least five indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.
If your employer is located outside of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least three indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.
Only individuals who are on the company’s payroll will be considered employees of the company. Your employer may be asked to submit a T4 Summary of Remuneration Paid to demonstrate that this requirement is met.
You must be establishing an employee/employer relationship with your employer as defined by the Employment Standards Act. Please note that for the purposes of the BC PNP, independent contractors are not considered as indeterminate employees.
In the five years preceding your application, and throughout the BC PNP application process, you and your spouse must not have held a combined ownership/equity stake of more than 10 per cent in the company that has offered you employment.
have a history of good workplace and business practices
Your employer must be financially sound and have a history of good workplace and business practices, including complying with all applicable B.C. and federal employment, labour, immigration, health and safety laws and regulations. Your employer may be asked to provide financial statements prepared by a certified professional accountant.
sign an employer declaration
Your employer must sign a declaration, found in the job offer form, that the company meets all of the requirements set out in Employer Requirements , has been in operation in B.C. for at least one or two years (as applicable), and is complying with B.C. and federal employment, immigration, health, and safety laws and regulations. Typed signatures will not be accepted.
The employer contact who signs the job offer form must be an employee or owner of the company, and have the authority and consent of the company to support the BC PNP application, including any and all requirements of hiring a foreign worker. Failure to obtain this consent may result in a refusal of the application or a withdrawal of the applicant’s nomination.
meet domestic labour market recruitment requirements
Your employer must demonstrate that genuine and bona fide efforts were made to recruit from the local labour market, and that hiring you will not adversely affect employment or development opportunities for local candidates (Canadian citizens and/or permanent residents).
Subject to verification, the BC PNP may consider this requirement to be met if:
- you have a valid work permit and/or employment authorization and are currently working full- time (at least an average of 30 hours per week, year-round) for the supporting B.C. employer in the occupation identified in the job offer. Please note that if you are currently working full- time for the supporting employer on a co-op work permit or a study permit, this requirement will only be considered met if you have completed your program of study.
- your employer can provide evidence of a genuine and bona fide effort to recruit from the domestic labour market and is able to demonstrate the results of these recruitment efforts, such as advertisements based on the following minimum requirements:
Acceptable recruitment advertisement locations include:
- recognized job posting websites
- professional association websites
- national newspapers, professional journals or newsletters
The 14-day recruitment advertisement requirement may be waived for the recruitment of senior executives or highly specialized senior managers and professionals. In these cases your employer must demonstrate targeted recruitment activities consistent with industry practices, such as the creation of an executive recruitment team or the hiring of a specialized human resources recruitment agency.
B). For NOC Skill Level B occupations (based on the National Occupational Classification), recruitment advertisement must be at least 14 days.
- Acceptable recruitment advertisement locations include:
- recognized job posting websites
- professional association websites
national newspapers, professional journals or newsletters For more information about the NOC and how it works, please visit this section.
Advertisements in scenarios a) and b) must include:
- company operating name
- job title and duties
- wage range
- location of work (local area, city or town)
- contact information
- skills requirements for the job including:
- education and/or qualifications
- work experience
Please note that the onus is on your employer to demonstrate that genuine and bona fide efforts were made to recruit from the local labour market, and it is expected that the employer will only identify a qualified candidate for the position after a rigorous effort was made to recruit from the local labour market.
- Genuine and bona fide recruitment efforts are assessed against, but not limited to, the following:
- the specific efforts made to identify a Canadian or permanent resident for the position
- the recruitment methods and duration are consistent with industry standards and practices
- the qualifications listed in the recruitment ads are reasonable, are sufficient to allow a Canadian or permanent resident to qualify for the position, do not require a candidate to have
- a foreign network or foreign work experience, and are not specifically catered to a particular candidate
- the level of scrutiny exercised when verifying the qualifications of all potential candidates
- if the employer has used the services of a third party to conduct the recruitment effort, the third party must meet provincial licensing requirements.
Please note that positions that require the employee to spend the majority of time outside of B.C. do not qualify.
a job offer for a full-time, indeterminate* position
Your job offer must state that you have been offered and have accepted a full-time position (at least an average of 30 hours a week, year-round) that does not have an end date*. Contract positions are not eligible. The onus is on your employer to demonstrate that the job offer is bona fide.
***** Please see Appendix 1: BC PNP Tech Pilot for the “indeterminate job offer” exception for eligible tech occupations.
offer a market wage rate that meets industry standards
The wage stated on your offer of employment must be at market rate and comparable to the rate paid to workers with a similar level of experience and training for equivalent jobs in B.C. and consistent with the wage compensation structure of your employer. For examples of market wage rates by occupation, please visit the Job Bank.
The BC PNP will not consider bonuses, commissions, profit-sharing distributions, tips/gratuities, overtime wages, housing allowances, room and board, or other similar payments to be part of your wage.
IMPORTANT: The BC PNP will not nominate an individual if their employment affects the settlement of a labour dispute or the employment of a person involved in such a dispute.
Public Sector and Non-Profit Employers
The BC PNP accepts applications from the following public sector or non-profit organizations with a permanent establishment in B.C.:
- provincial and regional health care authorities and agencies
- public post-secondary education and training institutions
- private non-profit post-secondary institutions that are accredited by, or registered with, The Private Career Training Institutions Agency of BC
- institutions supported by the Government of Canada or the Province of B.C. conducting research in natural and applied sciences, engineering, computer and information systems, or health sciences
- provincial/federal/municipal government organizations and agencies
- other non-profit groups registered as charitable organizations and/or incorporated under the Society Act (RSBC 2015) or the Canada Corporations Act, Part II, 1970
The BC PNP will not approve applications from:
employers involved in producing, distributing or selling pornographic or sexually explicit products, or providing sexually oriented entertainment or services
employment agencies and similar placement firms unless they are establishing an employer/employee relationship with the registrant and/or applicant
any other type of business that by association would tend to bring the BC PNP or the Government of British Columbia into disrepute
At its sole discretion, the BC PNP may consider an application where the supporting employer does not meet the minimum requirements, including but not limited to, considering registered businesses that are regular partnerships or sole proprietorships. However, in order to be considered, the supporting employer must, at the time of application, make a compelling business case in writing to the BC PNP that demonstrates how the nomination will generate significant economic benefits to B.C.