to adapt and grow
Find the right people to help your business grow. Post on WorkBC’s job board to find a co-op student, apprentice, part-time or full-time hire — it’s B.C.’s one-stop job board.
When you’re hiring for your business, consider the benefits of hiring an apprentice in the skilled trades. Learn more about WorkBC’s partnership with B.C.’s Industry Training Authority (ITA).
Explore provincial and federal resources to help you find and recruit qualified people looking for work.
Help a student get relevant work experience so they can find their place in B.C.’s recovering economy.
If your business hired new employees or increased wages during the pandemic — you may be eligible for a 15% tax credit to cover increased payroll costs. Apply online starting March 2021.
Include people with disabilities in your team. Work with a WorkBC Employment Specialist and find out how your businesses can hire qualified workers.
The WorkBC Wage Subsidy program provides funding to eligible employers to hire, and provide work experience and on-the-job training.
Available to non-profit organizations and federally registered charities to deliver 12 weeks of work experience.
Apply for project funding to help your business thrive and increase employment opportunities for people.
Assistive Technology Services provides equipment and devices to help individuals thrive in the workplace.
Take advantage of grant, loan and incentive opportunities to grow your business or non-profit.
With the right training, your employees can help your business grow. Find programs and funding to offset the cost of training or up-skilling programs for your team.
Provide new or current employees with training to develop and upgrade their skills.
Businesses who have been impacted by the pandemic can get free-training to move your business online. Learn how to build online shops, boost e-commerce operations, and do digital marketing.
Apply for a Community Workforce Response Grant to help upskill and retrain workers so they’re better prepared for changing job requirements.