1. Faster processing for lower risk and highly skilled workers – 2 weeks processing;
2. Two new work permit exemption classes – for very short duration of work (less than 30 days) and short work in low-risks field such as academic research;
3. Creation of a dedicated channel to attract investment, transfer of skills and job creation for high growth companies; and/or
4. Creation of “labour market benefit” plan where no recruitment is required for those occupations on the “demand list” ( to be determined in future).
All of these initiatives are new and highly innovative, but we need to wait and see when these will be implemented with more details soon. Stay tuned – Jennifer Roggemann
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