Thursday, November 14, 2013

New column day

Here, on how governments are outsourcing policy decisions to employers in areas ranging from immigration to employment insurance - and on why that may not be any more desirable for employers than for the people affected.

For further reading...
- The relatively fine print surrounding the new immigration nominee program is here, with the key takeaways being that only 250 skilled worker applications and zero student applications will be considered "without an offer" from an employer.
- Details on the federal government's perpetually-shrinking list of eligible family class immigrants can be found here and here.
- Finally, the federal job grant program is outlined here, while the CP reports on the latest impasse with the provinces.

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