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MSc Canada Labour Market Opinion
 
 
The Labour Market Opinion (LMO) is a report issued by HRSDC that assesses the impact that hiring a foreign worker would have on Canada’s labour market. In most cases, employers who wish to hire temporary foreign workers must first apply to Service Canada for a Labour Market Opinion.
Employers need to obtain this assessment in order to hire foreign workers. If the assessment is positive, a report outlining the conditions of the job being offered by the employer, the names of the employees, and also the expiry date of the LMO will be listed in the document issued by Service Canada.

Once a positive LMO has been issued, it must be forwarded to the employees abroad to enable them to obtain a visa and/or a work permit that will allow them entry to the country with the rights and obligations of any other worker. If the worker is already in Canada, a work permit renewal application must be sent.

LMO-Assessment Criteria

When assessing a job offer, HRSDC/Service Canada considers primarily:
  • the occupation that the foreign worker will be employed in;
  • the wages and working conditions offered;
  • the employer\'s advertisement and recruitment efforts;
  • the labour market benefits related to the entry of the foreign worker;
  • the consultations, if any, with the appropriate union; and
  • whether the entry of the foreign worker is likely to affect the settlement of a labour dispute.
Regulated Occupations
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) may also have additional criteria when issuing work permits to foreign workers in regulated occupations. CIC will not issue a work permit if the foreign worker does not meet certification and licensing requirements for regulated occupations in Canada (e.g. doctors, engineers, tradespersons). Making the necessary arrangements with the regulatory body for certification and licensing is the employer\'s and foreign worker\'s responsibility.
 
 
 
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