At Jane Katkova & Associates, we have special expertise in assisting local, national and international corporations with respect to recruitment of foreign talent, including executives, top managers, specialists, skilled and semi-skilled workers.
Throughout 20 years of practice, we have provided immigration solutions to clients carrying out business in various areas and industries, such as: alcoholic beverage manufacturers, accounting firms, Fortune 500 companies, and businesses in the construction, transportation, energy, import and export sectors.
We have worked hard to foster a positive relationship with Service Canada (a Canadian government agency that is also part of Employment and Social Development Canada) to establish ourselves as a firm of choice for diverse corporations seeking to relocate or transfer key employees to Canada.
Cutting through the complexity of Canadian immigration law, our counsellors provide you with guidance and assistance throughout the process and its requirements to ensure your company recruits and retains foreign workers in the shortest time possible.
Why a Global Workforce?
The dynamic of human capital in the 21st century is becoming increasingly more global, diverse and interconnected as a result of growing international trade and the expansion of companies across new borders, beyond their countries of origin.
Free trade drives today’s economy – as products transcend borders, so does labour. Modern technology has created platforms that help access pools of global talent. Today, a global workforce has emerged and the new trend of hiring skilled and educated foreign workers is contributing to company productivity and global connectivity.
A global workforce allows for the much-needed transfer of skills and proprietary knowledge, and opens doors to new innovative collaborations. Effective organizations are built around new HR management models that utilize global forces and talent to create immediate benefit for their companies.
Canada is a signatory to many international trades agreements, among which the participation in the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are most significant for the purposes of facilitating a global workforce. These agreements extend basic labour mobility and facilitate the movement of workers among their signatories.