Employment & Social Services works with employers to bring together qualified candidates and employment opportunities. Our services, at no cost to employers, include:
- access to a large group of candidates with a wide range of skills and experience
- free pre-screening services, and
- ongoing human resources support and recruitment services
You can call the Employer Hotline (416-397-JOBS) or email us to post a job, attend a job fair or get information on other ways to meet your training and hiring needs.
City of Toronto connects employers and job seekers through our Workforce Development Strategy.
Hiring through job fairs
Job fairs provide opportunities for employers and job seekers to network and discuss job openings and skills.
Employment and Social Services also hosts career fairs geared towards specific industries such as trades and construction, retail and transport/logistics.
Employers that have participated in previous job fairs have left very satisfied with the results. In the words of one employer:
'Generally when we attend a career fair, if we leave with one potential candidate, it is considered a successful event. We left with 16 potential candidates and hired four. Your results speak for themselves!'
If you are interested in getting involved with a local job fair, contact the Community and Labour Market Manager at an Employment and Social Services office.
Visit WorkOne for information on the variety of job fairs and events happening across Toronto.
Hiring through customized training projects
Employment and Social Services can work with local employers and training providers to develop training programs customized to meet your hiring needs.
Read more about customized training projects.
Hiring with financial incentives
Employment and Social Services can provide financial incentives to employers when candidates are hired.
Read more about financial incentives for employers or Investing in Neighbourhoods: financial incentives for community agencies.
Partnership to Advance Youth Employment (PAYE) is a joint initiative between private sector employers and the City of Toronto.
Read more about how the Partnership to Advance Youth Employment (PAYE) initiative can help you with your hiring needs and more.