WorkBC staff can negotiate an agreement with an employer that will subsidize part of the new employee’s wages while they learn new skills. The subsidy amount varies and depends on a number of things, including: the hourly wage rate and the number of hours worked weekly. The subsidy is available to assist individuals in securing long-term employment by supporting direct work experience while compensating the employer for their investment in upskilling a new employee.
Once you create an account with WorkBC's Job Board you can:
post jobs at no cost
indicate your employer type, location and industry to attract potential employees
get fast, knowledgeable support services online, by phone or online chat
receive automatic posting to the National Job Bank
post jobs for co-op students, and for people with specific trades training and certifications