"A Recruitment Team That Businesses Can Reckon Upon"
HCRS is a brand name that’s associated with innovative, efficient, and results-driven workforce solutions. We are the pioneers in recruitment for Atlantic Canada and serve our clients with a fast-track recruitment process to help them grow without worrying about manpower needs. Whether you’re seeking out for work or seeking out for staff, we work with you to attain the right solution.
We pride ourselves on our hassle free, transparent recruiting process and long-term client satisfaction. We don’t just scan resumes, we study people’s innate nature to match skills to jobs. Our goal is to help organizations meet the right talent and create competitive teams that take the businesses ahead.Read More
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Our recruitment strategy begins at home in Canada where we utilize our network and professional partners to solve staffing problems domestically
Our recruitment strategy extends internationally where we utilize our worldwide network and recruiting professionals to solve staffing problems in Canada
January saw a considerable increase in overall employment, as 150,000 jobs (+5% of total employment) across Canada were filled in the first month of 2023. The strong surge in hiring yielded big increases in employment for many groups (primarily workers aged 25-54), with Non-permanent Residents (NPRs)—those holding either a Study or Work Permit)—seeing significant increases in labour force engagement.Read More
New data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) shows that 124,950 temporary residents transitioned to permanent residents in 2022. The numbers show permanent residence transitions among those who last held a study permit, work permit under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), or work permit under the International Mobility Program (IMP). These programs may provide potential permanent residents with an advantage when they decide to apply for PR.Read More
Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has held its fifth all-program Express Entry draw since July 6. IRCC issued 2,750 invitations to apply (ITA) and the Comprehensive Ranking System score (CRS) cut-off was 516. Express Entry is one of Canada’s main immigration pathways for skilled newcomers. There was no program specified for this draw which means that candidates from the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) were eligible to be invited.Read More
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