Human Resource - Labour Market Information

The Human Resource is one way the Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce is helping you find the information you need to lead your business forward. Businesses in this province are facing severe labour market pressure as industries, the economy, and local demographics change. This resource provides tools for business members to staff and operate businesses effectively.

Hiring

Recruiting Resources

International Recruiting Resources

The Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce does not endorse, nor is it responsible for accrediting any international recruitment companies.

Non-traditional Employee Recruiting Tools

Looking to hire? Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce has partnered with a number of community organizations in the development of our Labour Market Task Force, many of which have access to pools of underutilized workers. Some of these groups and organizations also provide programs and services to help your business integrate these employees including wage subsidies, training programs, and human resources services.

For more on these organizations and their potential programs, please contact the organizations below:

Human Resources Tools

Several toolkits are available to help employers with human resources issues. These include checklists, regulations and appropriate procedures as well as helpful advice on the recruitment and retention of workers.

Select the toolkit that's right for you and your business:

Training

Continuing education after employment is pivotal to the growth and success of your employees and business. These are some resources for professional development options for you and your employees:

Health & Safety and Planning Tools

  • Pandemic Planning Guide
    Planning for a pandemic is essential. Being informed and knowing what to do will help minimize the impact on your business. Visit the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety website for information about pandemic planning and business continuity.Other pandemic planning resources - http://www.ccohs.ca/pandemic/
  • Occupational Health & Safety resources
    Find workplace health and safety information in Canada, with links to reliable resources from CCOHS and external providers. Conveniently access informative articles, databases, fact sheets, research reports, and more, free of charge.
  • Business Resumption & Disaster Recovery Planning Guide
    Public Safety Canada provides a summary and general guideline for business continuity planning (BCP).
  • Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission (WHSCC)
    The WHSCC is an employer-funded no fault insurance system that promotes safe and healthy workplaces, provides return-to-work programs and fair compensation to injured workers and their dependants.

Other Tools and Resources

A Helping Hand: Programs and Tools Available to Leverage Your Workforce

  • Employer Tools
    Job Creation Partnerships, funding opportunities and other government programs to support employment initiatives
  • NLHRManager.ca
    A guide to support small and medium-sized employers in the province in finding and keeping well-qualified, motivated workers they need to compete in the global market place
  • Labour Market Partnerships
    Provides funding to support employers, employer or employee associations, community groups and communities in developing and implementing labour market strategies
  • HR Toolkit
    Downloadable guides and templates to help find, keep and manage employees
  • Local Labour Market Information
  • Better Business Bureau BBB
    is an unbiased organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior.
  • Community Business Development Corporations programs
    A network of autonomous, not-for-profit organizations that work with all levels of government and the private sector to meet the needs of small business. Includes training programs and business counseling.

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