Services For Employers

OneWorld Workforce Solutions will work with you to meet your specific workforce needs. We can also help organizations reach out to the Aboriginal workforce to build an inclusive workplace.

OneWorld Workforce Solutions provides the following services:



The Conference Board of Canada recently published a report entitled, “Understanding the Value, Challenges, and Opportunities of Engaging Metis, Inuit , and First Nations Workers”. The report highlights the point that the Aboriginal population will be a significant source of labour to replace Canada’s aging workforce.  How can you access this under-utilized workforce to help meet your organization’s current and future labour market and skills needs?

OneWorld Workforce Solutions can help organizations find potential Aboriginal contractors by making connections through our networks which includes local employment centres, community organizations and band or treaty organizations.

OneWorld Workforce Solutions will partner with private and public sectors to determine where the labour gaps are and find trained Aboriginal people who fit within your organization. Whether organizations are looking for labourers, skilled tradespersons or executives, we will scour our networks and help meet your workforce needs.  If necessary, we will train them for you. With year-round training for skilled trades and skilled workers, OneWorld Workforce Solutions provides quality labour force support to all sectors.

Employer organizations may also consider reaching out on their own.  One way to reach the Aboriginal labour market is to build a relationship with Aboriginal communities and organizations in your area. Getting to know the people in these organizations and talking about your business will increase awareness of your employment needs and can also help you identify job seekers.  Some ways to contact the Aboriginal labor market include:



OneWorld Workforce Solutions helps with Contract Workforce Management services to help simplify the hiring and administrative processes.

OneWorld Workforce Solutions helps with Contract Workforce Management services that enables clients to: centralize hiring processes, prepare contracts and monitor temporary and project-based statements of work talent.

At OneWorld Workforce Solutions, we provide day-to-day transactional support as the single point of contact for all contract workers and staffing vendors. Our programs create visibility that helps organizations manage risk, account for their contractor headcount and spend strategically.



Canada’s Aboriginal population is growing at six times the rest of the population and is a natural resource to filling the job vacancies being left empty by an aging workforce. OneWorld Workforce Solutions can guide you through the seemingly complex web of aboriginal organizations that exist to help you find Aboriginal contractors.  We can provide your organization with diversity and inclusion training to help you get to know the challenges and opportunities of engaging First Nation, Metis and Inuit workers.

Most of the successful companies have incorporated corporate social responsibility into their human resource strategy. OneWorld Workforce Solutions can help your organization connect to the different Aboriginal organizations in the region where you need to access skilled labour.  We can pinpoint Aboriginal organizations that can provide you with the help you need.



If your organization would like to learn more about recruiting and retaining First Nation, Metis and Inuit peoples, please contact us. By promoting a more inclusive workplace, your organization can benefit from more creative, flexible and innovative solutions. Setting your organization apart with an effective corporate social responsibility program as part of the human resource strategy can aid to better recruitment and retention of Aboriginal talent.

To get you started, please take a look at the following links to learn more about Canada’s Aboriginal peoples:

2006 Census Release | Aboriginal Peoples 

For those wishing to learn more about Aboriginal employment, you may find the Conference Board of Canada’s report on “Understanding the Value, Challenges, and Opportunities of Engaging Metis, Inuit , and First Nations Workers” a helpful tool.  The report also includes information for employers about recruiting, hiring, and training Aboriginal workers.

Conference Board of Canada – (you will be asked to sign-in with your email and to create a password to access the Conference Board of Canada’s reports).


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