NO COST RECRUITMENT AND STAFFING SERVICES
At Achēv, we know recruiting, hiring and retaining employees can cost you both time and money. Our free employer services and programs provide you with access to a diverse pool of talent in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to help you achieve your workforce goals.
Achēv’s employer services include:
- Advertised job postings
- Pre-screening candidates according to business needs
- Access to a diverse pool of local candidates
- Recruitment, networking and mentoring events
- On-site job fairs organized by Achēv
- Training incentives (for eligible employers/positions)
- Ongoing support during onboarding process
Employment Ontario Services
Employment Ontario Services offer a range of recruitment, staffing and training services to support the human resource needs of employers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and beyond.
Canada Ontario Job Grant
The grant is available to small, medium and large-sized businesses delivering short-term training to existing and new employees through an eligible, third-party trainer.
Innovations in FinTech
We connect FinTech employers with Internationally Trained Professionals (ITPs) who are highly skilled and educated in Finance or IT and desire a career in the FinTech industry.
Advancing Equity for Women and Girls
Advancing Equity for Women and Girls aims to empower employers to implement inclusive practices to address systemic barriers to employment for immigrant and racialized women in the Greater Toronto Area.
Skilled Newcomer Incentive Bond
The Skilled Newcomer Incentive Bond Program incentivizes employers to hire skilled newcomers to fill the unique skills gaps and labour shortages in their respective organizations.
Resources for Employers
Access to Credit
Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA)
“The COJG is great. We are able to send employees for extensive training that we otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford as a small business. Employees are able to be continuously trained and up-to-date with rapidly changing technology all due to being able to use the COJG. We hope this program continues in the future.”
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