“If we meet our employees’ needs, they’ll also meet our needs – it’s a two-way relationship that helps develop a sense of loyalty and stability among our teams,” he adds. “And at the end of the day, this is good for everyone: our employees, our customers and our business – including our bottom line.” - go2hr
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It All Makes Cents!
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Poet's Cove Resort & Spa (Adestra Hotel Group???)
Fairmont Chateau Whistler
Manteo Resort Kelowna: With much of Manteo’s workforce comprising foreign workers
Immigrants and Foreign Workers Articles
Kelowna's Bill Bennett Bridge built with TFW....
Globe and Mail on BC Labour Shortages
Housing Employer must
(except in BC).
Employers must provide TFWs with free suitable housing (except in British Columbia where a portion of these costs can be recovered through payroll deductions) either on-farm (e.g. bunkhouse) or off-site (e.g. commercial establishment). A copy of the signed contract between the employer and the facility is required for off-site housing (except in cases where the employer is the owner of the dwelling).
The number of new jobs in the tourism and hospitality sector is projected to increase by over 100,000 by 2020 and account for 10 percent of all job openings expected in the province by that year. The government is building a workforce that is prepared to harness this economic opportunity through the B.C. jobs plan, collaborating with the industry-led organization known as go2HR — go2 human resources. This organization is mandated to lead the implementation of the B.C. tourism human resource development task force action plan.
The B.C. jobs plan is helping to create tourism jobs in communities right across the province with businesses of all sizes. Seventy-five percent of all tourism and hospitality operators in B.C. are small businesses. Presently I co-chair the Small Business Roundtable with the minister.
$ .78 cent TFW / SAWP (Seasonal Agriculture Worker Program) solution from earlier Posts
TFW / SAWP housing Report 2011
|Mexican migrant agricultural workers and accomodations on farms in the Okanagan Valley, BC|