The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically impacted employees. In the last two months, a countless number of Canadians have either had their hours reduced, been laid-off, or, in the worst case scenarios, have been let go from their positions as non-essential businesses continue to close.
Though the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) has been critical in supporting Canadians whose employment has been affected during this difficult time, for many, it’s simply not enough.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it and forced many to pick up the pieces, the essential services staffing sector remains one of the few industries left fairly unscathed by the virus.
In fact, many businesses are still in need of employees as they experience increased production, higher sales volume of essential goods and transition from traditional production to personal protective equipment (PPE).
As a supporter of essential businesses and industries, we’re here to help.
We currently have several open positions in a variety of sectors. They include:
- Waste Management: Garbage, Organic and Recycling Pick-up and Processing
- Warehousing Support: Milk Products, Beer and Alcohol, Food Processing
- Residential and Commercial Construction
- Residential and Commercial Cleaning Service
Thanks to our connections with these sectors and the high demand for essential workers, Integrated Staffing can find candidates reputable employment in as little as 24 hours. There are also several options available for flexible hours. Simply contact your nearest office and our recruitment team will work with you to find a position that interests you.
"I have worked for this company for 10 years now and I have not had any problems with them anytime I want or need work they have it for me. A great company to work for." - Mike Henry, Integrated Staffing Employee
As a further benefit, current federal regulations allow our candidates to earn up to $1,000 and still receive CERB. As the pandemic continues, temporary, essential work is a great way to top up your CERB benefits.
Additionally, Integrated Staffing takes COVID-19 safety precautions seriously which is why we have a mandatory screening questionnaire in place to reduce the risk our candidates have from coming in contact with the virus. We also check in regularly with our clients to ensure they have appropriate measures in place to adhere to physical distancing rules in their respective province.
We understand these are unprecedented times. Things are changing rapidly. The employment sector has never experienced such a dramatic impact, and Canadian workers have been at the mercy of it all. That’s why Integrated Staffing is standing with employees, and we will weather through this storm together. While times are troubling and the future is uncertain, we are here for you, and we won’t stop until we get you to where you want to be.