Canadian Employers Become Non-Compliant When Hiring Temp Workers
Employers are answerable to the Canadian government if they found non-compliant and some specific amount or punishment is given to them as a penalty, non-compliant means not acting according to the command. Canadian Employers Non-Compliant
So they should fulfill their responsibilities as an employer under the “Temporary Foreign Worker Program” or “International Mobility Program”. Canadian Employers Non-Compliant
For Instance: If the employer failed to prevent sexual/physical abuse in the workplace or doesn’t cooperate with the worker if he is not well or failed to show up to meet the inspector he is called the non-compliant employer and following penalties are for non-compliant employers:
- A monetary penalty. Canadian Employers Non-Compliant
- A ban on hiring temporary workers. (These employers are ineligible to hire temporary workers for a period of time). Recommended: Procedure to Apply for Canadian Immigration by Express Entry
Employers Who were Found Non-Compliant
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Reasons Employers Found Non-Compliant
1) Legality of Offer of Employment
The employer fails to prove that the information they have given in the offer of employment was reliable as such for a period of six years he/she is working for them, from their first day. Canadian Employers Non-Compliant
2) The Employer Fails to Keep Documents of Conditions
The employer did not keep documents that show they met the conditions of employing a temporary worker, for a period of six years, starting on the first day the temporary worker worked for them.Recommended: Requirements to Become a Permanent Resident of Canada
3) The Employer does not Pay Wages of a Live-in Caregiver
The employer did not provide enough funds to pay the wages， amount agreed to a live-in caregiver.
4) The Employer Fails to Prove the Labor Market Impact Assessment Submission was true
The employer could not show that the description they gave for the job on the Labor Market Impact Assessment application was true, for a period of six years, starting on the first day the temporary worker worked for them.
5) The Employer Fails to Meet up with an Inspector
The employer did not show up for a meeting with the inspector, to answer questions and present the required documents by the inspector.
6) Not Providing the Required Documents
The employer did not give the inspector the documents they asked for. Read more: 9 Facts You Need to Know About Canadian Life
7) The Employer was Uncooperative During an Inspection
The employer did not show up for an inspection and did not help or give information to the inspector when asked to.
8) The Employer Violated Laws on Hiring Workers
The employer broke federal or provincial/territorial laws about hiring and recruiting employees in the province/territory where the temporary worker works.
9) The Employer Fails to Honor Pay or Working Conditions
The pay/ working conditions did not match or were not better than, what was listed on the offer of employment, or the job was not the same as what was listed on the offer of employment.
10) Live-in Caregiver does not Live in a Private Home
The live-in caregiver was not living in a private home in Canada or was not providing unsupervised care for a child, senior or disabled person within the home.
11) The Hiring of temporary worker did not Improve Job Prospects for Canadian Citizens
The hiring of the temporary worker did not create new jobs or job stability for Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
12) The Hiring of Temporary Worker did not Improve Skills for Canadian Citizens
The hiring of the temporary worker did not result in Canadian citizens or permanent residents getting new or improved skills and knowledge.
13) The Employer Failed to Train Canadian Citizens
The employer did not hire or train Canadian citizens or permanent residents as they agreed to.
14) The Employer Failed to Honor a Promise to Hire or Train Canadian Citizens
The employer did not put in enough effort to hire or train Canadian citizens or permanent residents as they agreed to.
15) The Employer not Engaged in the Business Related to the Job of a Temporary Worker
The employer was not actively engaged in the business that the temporary worker was hired to work for (aside from live-in caregivers).
16) The Employer Failed to Provide Private Living Space for Live-in Caregiver：
The live-in caregiver did not receive private and furnished living space in the home.
17) The Employer didn’t Protect the Workplace from Abuse
The employer did not put in enough effort to make sure the workplace was free of. Physical abuse/ Sexual abuse/ Psychological abuse and financial abuse. Read more: Procedure to Apply for Umrah Visa From Canada
Source：Government of Canada