Webinar for Employers: Labour Mobility Pathway for Refugees


Meet Patrick O'Leary, Talent Beyond Boundaries, and Cosmina Morariu, Fragomen Canada for an introduction to hiring displaced talent as a solution to the talent shortage.

DateDecember 1, 2021
Time1:00 pm EST
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Who Should Attend

Employers and businesses that are experiencing a skills shortage and want to fill their positions with skilled talent. Discover the legal pathways designed to enable displaced people to move for work and resume their careers. Talent Beyond Boundaries and Fragomen Canada will discuss how to tap into a talent catalogue of professionals from health care, IT, engineering, skilled trades and more.

Talent Beyond Boundaries

Talent Beyond Boundaries is the only organization in the world connecting refugees with international job opportunities, opening labour mobility as a complementary solution to traditional refugee resettlement.

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