Initiated by The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce and Immigration Partnership Winnipeg The Newcomer Employment Hub (the Hub) brings together the business community and Manitoba newcomer community to work together to address the biggest challenge for businesses today: talent recruitment and retention.
The Hub is an innovative online job tool that creates quality job matches between newcomer job seekers and Manitoba employers.
The Hub’s smart AI technology provides employers with top newcomer candidates that best match their job description and needs.
Through the Newcomer Employment Hub, newcomer jobseekers are matched with employers committed to inclusive workplace practices.
Why sign up for the Newcomer Employment Hub?
- Smart matching technology that saves you time
The Hub is built with intelligent technology to allow employers to target quality matches and in turn, saves you time during recruitment.
- Extra support before and after your hire
While on the Hub, you will receive continuous support from local newcomer service agencies to ensure you successfully hire and retain newcomer talent.
- Be a part of community
In addition to our online platform, The Chamber will host inclusive workplace training, educational workshops and networking job fairs – all aimed to build stronger connections in our community.
How does it work?
Hosted on Magnet’s social innovation platform, The Newcomer Employment Hub invites employers and newcomer job seekers to connect on an online Hub.
Simple steps for the Hub include:
- Create a Hub profile
- Add your job posting or resume
- Select your criteria to find your match
- Review your candidates and begin interviews
Access the Newcomer Hub:
If you are an employer, jobseeker or newcomer service agency and wish to learn more about the Hub and how to get involved, contact Sanjana Vijayann, Manager of Diversity and Inclusion at [email protected].
- Newcomer Hub FAQ
- Register for Newcomer Employment Hub 101
- Read our Feasibility Study
- Register for other CODE events
- Access our CODE Resource Hub
Pilot Partner Agencies:
This project is funded in part by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada