The links below will direct you to a variety of resources related to immigration and newcomer settlement.
Video Resource: Creating Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces
Video Resource: Overcoming Cultural and Language Barriers at Your Workplace
Newcomer Workplace Support - Grey Bruce Settlement & Language Services
Free services include translation and interpretation of workplace documents such as policies, health and safety information, and job duties, as well as on-the-job support during the orientation process. Financial support for onboarding and training may be available to employers.
Speak with a Settlement Worker: 519-371-9222 | email@example.com
Diversity & Inclusion Awareness Poster Kit
The Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership has put together posters that embody the spirit of an inclusive and welcoming community. By putting up these posters you create a clear communication on a supportive work culture. Even something as simple as a poster can change how people perceive their fellow employees and the people they work for.
The Employer's Roadmap
Significant portions of Canada’s workforce have training and experience gained outside Canada. These internationally trained workers (ITWs), including immigrants, refugees, international students and Canadians who trained or worked outside of the country, represent a valuable source of skills and talent and a growing proportion of Canada’s talent pool.
Grey Bruce Welcome Package Template
The Grey Bruce Welcome Package is a fillable template that municipalities can provide important information to Newcomers and Immigrants about their new home and community. For more information and to receive a fillable copy of the template, please contact GBLIP Outreach Coordinator May Ip: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hire a permanent foreign worker
Hire foreign workers and recent graduates to fill labour or skills shortages. Support an employee in their journey to permanent residence.
Measuring Welcoming Communities: A Toolkit for Communities and those Who Support Them
The Measuring Welcoming Communities Toolkit has been developed to support the groundwork in understanding a community and planning how to shape it to become more welcoming. In total, there are 19 characteristics involved in the measurement process, creating a complete profile of what a community is and can offer.
Outreach services for employers hiring foreign workers
We have outreach officers who can help Canadian employers learn how Canada’s economic immigration programs can be used to support their hiring needs and help drive economic growth.
Newcomers Guide: Municipality of South Bruce Peninsula
Discover the comprehensive guidebook designed to empower newcomers to the Municipality of South Bruce Peninsula, equipping them with the knowledge and access they need to navigate and benefit from essential community services.