Recruitment Agencies for Canada updated by POEA April 2021

COVID-19 travel restrictions to Canada remain in effect. International travellers, including Overseas Filipino Workers from the Philippines, are advised to check that they meet official Philippine Government and Government of Canada requirements before making travel arrangements.

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Recruitement agencies for Canada

Looking for a job in Canada? In the Philippines, there’s only one safe place to look: the official website of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). Among POEA’s many responsibilities is licensing placement agencies who look for workers on behalf of foreign employers. Are you looking for a recruitment agency that has jobs in Canada? Here are all the recruitment agencies for Canada licensed by POEA.

POEA RECRUITMENT AGENCIES FOR CANADA

This list is updated by POEA on a regular basis. POEA encourages all OFWs to contact the recruitment agency by phone or email to determine the availability of all job orders.

10th Story Placement Agency, Inc.

2/F 1523 M.H. del Pilar St.
Ermita
Manila, Philippines

TELEPHONE: 8 353-1585
TELEPHONE: +63 939 110 7219
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.10thstory.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/10th-Story-Placement-Agency-Inc-104346204604106/

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

1st Dynamic Personnel Resources, Inc.

3/F JLC Bldg.
8 Nicanor Ramirez St.
Brgy. Don Manuel
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: 8 798-4048
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.1stdynamicpersonnel.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/1stDynamicRecruitment

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Cierto Agencia Profesionale, Inc.

138 CPDC Bldg.
General Luna St.
Brgy. Ususan
Taguig City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +632 8628-1473
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: not available
FACEBOOK: not available

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

EDI Staffbuilders International, Inc.

Corporate Center Bldg.
139 Valero St.
Salcedo Village
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: (PH) +8 812-6703 or (PH) +8 812-6704 | +63 288126703
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.edistaffbuilders.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/EDIStaff

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

EMR Construction and Manpower Services, Inc.

EMR Building
3032 Bagong Anyo St.
Duquit, Mabalacat
Pampanga, Philippines

TELEPHONE: (45) 332-1582
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: not available
FACEBOOK: not available

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

FIL-HR Manpower Development & Services Specialist Corp.

M. J. Cuenco Ave.
Cebu City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +632 254 6534
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: https://www.filhrmanpower.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/195364820589013


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Finest Asia Resources, Inc.

7/F Vernida IV Bldg.
128 L.P. Leviste St.
Salcedo Village
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: (632) 8818-0034 to 35
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.finestasia.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FARIfinestasia


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Industrial Personnel & Management Services, Inc. (IPAMS)

723 Aurora Blvd.
New Manila
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: 632.8234564 | +63917.625.9759 | +63939.912.6569
EMAIL: [email protected] | [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.ipams.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ipamsdotcom


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

International Skill Development, Inc.

5439 Curie St.
Palanan
Makati, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 2 551 1910
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.isdphilippines.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ISDPhilippines

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

International Staffing Organization, Inc.

5/F PDCP Bank Centre
Leviste St. corner V.A. Rufino St.
Brgy. Bel-Air
Salcedo Village
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: (+63) 947-370-2659 – smart(+63) 905-513-3961 – globe
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.teamiso.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/teamiso


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Magsaysay Global Services, Inc.

7/F Times Plaza Bldg.
United Nations Ave. corner Taft Ave.
Ermita
Manila, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 2 8567 2222 local 9649
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.magsaysayglobal.com | www.magsaysaycareers.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/magsaysayglobalservices


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Mercan Canada Employment Philippines, Inc.

EDSA corner Ortigas Ave.
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63(2) 7 910-8011
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: WWW.MERCANRECRUIT.COM
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mercanph


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Metro Global Search international Network Corp.

Jade Building
31 Aurora Blvd. Rm 307
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: 254-3562
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.metroglobalsearch.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MetroGlobalSearch/

New Life Opportunities Placement Agency, Inc.

G/F LPL Greenhills Condominium Unit 417
Eisenhower St.
Greenhills
San Juan City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 977 3901897 (Globe)+63 943 7092934 (Sun)
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE:
not available
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/New-Life-Opportunities-Placement-Agency-Inc-2002789549968176


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Omanfil International Manpower Development Corp.

Rodeo Bldg.
18 West Service Rd.
South Super Highway
Paranaque City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +6328211650 to 55
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.omanfil.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/omanfil


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Peridot International Resources, Inc.

1845 Dian St. Unit A
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 2 552 7826
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE:
not available
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/peridotinternationalresources


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Philstar International Services Corp.

Cecileville Bldg. Unit 2011
211 Quezon Ave.
Sta. Cruz
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 2 8922 3280
EMAIL: not available
WEBSITE: not available
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Philstar International Services/1436408729787226/


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

PSC Primary Skills, Inc.

Acrocity Bldg. Unit 401
1116 Antipolo St.
Brgy. Poblacion
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: + 63 9176330209
EMAIL: not available
WEBSITE: primaryskills.com.ph
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/PrimarySkills


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Reliable Recruitment Corp.

Reliable Bldg.
1166 Grey St.
Ermita
Manila, Philippines

TELEPHONE: (632) 5251935/5222128/5212978/5261310
EMAIL: not available
WEBSITE: http://www.reliablerecruitment.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reliable Recruitment Corporation/289910291348934/


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Staffhouse International Resources Corp.

43 West Point St.
Cubao
Quezon City, Philippines

Rm. 506 Krizia Bldg.
Gonzales Compound
Gorordo Ave.
Lahug
Cebu City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +632 8913 3333
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.staffhouse.com/
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/staffhouseintl

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Star Express Placement, Inc.

2/F Gedisco Building
Mabini St.
Manila, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +632 8521-9343
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.sepi-ph.com/ 
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/STAR-EXPRESS-Placement-Inc-101671186610651

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

Treasure of Hope International, Inc.

4/F Pentagrand Bldg.
58 Mother Ignacia
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: 2 332-4673
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.treasureofhope.com.ph
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/treasureofhope

Uniplan Overseas Employment, Inc.

302 J.P. Rizal
Project 4
Quezon City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 917 805 5055
TELEPHONE: (+632) 9115181
TELEPHONE: (+632) 9118548
TELEPHONE: (+632) 4418972
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: https://www.uniplanoverseas.com/
FACEBOOK:
not available

To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

VFG International Placement, Inc.

High Point Bldg.
1184 Chino Roces Ave.
San Antonio Village
Makati City, Philippines

TELEPHONE: +63 929 490-5640
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: not available
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/vfgagency


To see all the jobs available from this recruitment agency, please click HERE.

SOURCE: POEA

COVID-19 TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR CANADA

Starting on January 6, 2021 at 11:59PM EST, you must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 laboratory test that was administered 72 hours before boarding your flight for Canada. Upon arrival, you must follow the mandatory 14 day quarantine requirement.

Negative PCR Test Requirement

You must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 laboratory test before being allowed to board your flight to Canada.

Only Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) or Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) COVID-19 laboratory tests will be accepted.

All COVID-19 laboratory tests must have been taken not more than 72 hours before your scheduled departure from the Philippines.

Antigen COVID-19 tests will NOT be accepted.

If you have any questions about providing negative COVID-19 laboratory test results, contact your air carrier immediately.

Your COVID-19 laboratory test results MUST include the following information:

Mandatory 14 Day Quarantine Requirement

You must complete the mandatory 14 day quarantine requirement when you arrive in Canada.

Failure to meet the mandatory 14 day requirement may result in your being transferred from your place of quarantine to a government quarantine facility. You may also be made to pay significant fines and be subject to imprisonment.

You must proceed to your place of quarantine immediately upon arrival in Canada.

Report your arrival to your place of quarantine using the ArriveCAN app or call 1 (833) 641-0343 or 1 (888) 200-4881.

You are also required to perform a COVID-19 symptom self-assessment during ever day of your mandatory 14 day quarantine.

You are not allowed to leave your place of quarantine except for the following reasons:

  • medical emergencies or,
  • essential medical services or treatments (such as taking a scheduled COVID-19 laboratory test).

During your mandatory 14 day quarantine, you are not allowed to use shared spaces such as lobbies, courtyards, gyms or swimming pools and spas.

You are not allowed to entertain guests for the duration of your 14 day mandatory quarantine.

You may be contacted by provincial or territorial public health officials who will check to see if you are following the mandatory 14 day quarantine.

PEOPLE ALSO ASK

How much is the placement fee for Canada?

Before you start looking for a job in Canada, you should keep in mind that Canada is a No Placement Fee country. That means, unlike many other popular destinations for OFWs, recruitment agencies for Canada are NOT allowed to collect placement fees for jobs in Canada.

If you are charged a placement fee, or if you are asked to make a payment without being issued a receipt, report the recruitment agency to POEA immediately.

Canadian employers are required to shoulder the costs associated with the recruitment of OFWs, including airfare and placement fees.

What are the basic requirements for working in Canada?

In most cases, to be able work in Canada, you must meet the minimum requirements of both the Government of Canada and the Philippine Government, including:

  • a Canadian employer with a valid Labour Market Impact Assessment
  • a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) issued by Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
  • Employment Documents verified and authenticated by the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO)
  • an Exit Clearance issued by POEA

Take note that a Work Permit is only issued by Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers upon arrival in Canada.

How much are minimum wages in Canada?

Alberta – CAD$15.00
British Columbia – $14.60
Manitoba – CAD$11.65
New Brunswick – CAD$11.70
Newfoundland & Labrador – CAD$11.65
Northwest Territories – CAD$13.46
Nova Scotia – CAD$12.55
Nunavut – CAD$13.00
Ontario – CAD$14.25
Prince Edward Island – CAD$12.85
Quebec – CAD$13.10
Saskatchewan – CAD$11.32
Yukon – CAD$13.71

How to apply for jobs in Canada from the Philippines?

The single most popular question we get when it comes to finding a job in Canada is: “How to apply?”.

Unfortunately, the answer isn’t as simple nor straightforward as you’d hope it would be.

Going to Canada, especially as an OFW, is a very complicated affair, dependent of many requirements being met, by both the Canadian Employer as well as the OFW.

Both the Canadian Employer and the OFW must also meet the minimum requirements of both the Canadian and Philippine Governments.

While you may be tempted to pay illegal recruitment fees to make things easier for you, we have one piece of advice for you: DON’T.

When it comes to submitting an application to work in Canada, there are no shortcuts.

True, many before you have tried, and some have actually found loopholes in the system that allowed them to come to Canada as OFWs, but it never ends well.

If you want to come to Canada, our best advice is to follow the rules. If you are submitting an application from the Philippines, ONLY deal with recruitment agencies for Canada licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

POEA licenses recruitment agencies in the Philippines, allowing them to represent foreign employers looking for qualified workers to fill positions they are unable to find local workers for.

What is a recruitment agency (and do I even need one?)

In the Philippines, Recruitment Agencies are private companies that look for workers on behalf of Canadian Employers.

Recruitment Agencies gather resumes and CVs (sometimes called manpower pooling), allowing Canadian Employers to choose from a pool of candidates.

Recruitment Agencies are paid by Canadian Employers for their services, which include interviewing OFWs.

Unlike manpower pooling for other countries, Recruitment Agencies are NOT allowed to collect placement fees (sometimes called recruitment fees) for OFWs bound for Canada.

Do NOT make any payments to Recruitment Agencies if you are applying as an OFW in Canada.

If you absolutely must, make sure that all payments are documented and you are issued a receipt. Do NOT make any payments through wire transfer services such as Western Union. Remember, if you do not have any receipts, you will NOT be able to get your money back if something goes wrong.

Canadian Employers and Recruitment Agencies can NOT guarantee that you will be allowed to enter Canada.

Only the Government of Canada‘s Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has the power and authority to do that (and that only happens when you physically arrive in Canada, with the proper documents).

If you have made payments (under-the-table, or otherwise) to a Recruitment Agency for a job in Canada, report it to POEA ASAP. They’re not supposed to do that.

1) Contact a POEA-licensed Recruitment Agency.

Find out which jobs are available and submit the necessary documents for the Canadian Employer’s consideration.

After a preliminary Job Offer is made by a Canadian Employer (not the Recruitment Agency), both the Canadian Employer AND the OFW must submit requirements to BOTH the Government of Canada and the Philippine Government.

2) Apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) / Submit documents for Verification and Authentication of Employment Documents

OFWs who have been offered a preliminary Job Offer must apply for a TRV at the Embassy of Canada through the Visa Application Centre (VAC).

In the Philippines, the VAC is VFS Global. Click on the link here: https://www.vfsglobal.com/en/individuals/index.html

Submitting Proof of Funds, results of Language Proficiency and Medical Examination tests as well as Biometrics are all part of the requirements for applying for a TRV.

Canadian Employers must also submit requirements to the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) which has jurisdiction over the province or territory of employment in Canada. This process is mistakenly referred to by many as Red Ribbon (because of the seal attached by the Philippine Embassy or Philippine Consulate to the employment documents).

OFWs will not be able to apply for their Exit Clearance without the Canadian Employers submitting requirements to POLO.

3) Attend PDOS, apply for OEC / Buy a ticket, get on a plane

Both the Government of Canada and the Philippine Government have safeguards in place to prevent Human Trafficking.

For OFWs, this includes mandatory attendance during the Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS).

OFWs must also apply for an Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) at the POEA. The OEC is presented by the OFW at the airport, before getting on a plane to Canada. OFWs can NOT get on a plane without a valid OEC.

4) Enter Canada with a valid Work Permit

Like all foreigners, OFWs must go through immigration procedures before being allowed to enter Canada.

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers interview all foreigners, including OFWs, who wish to enter Canada, before deciding whether they can come in or not.

If the CBSA officer is satisfied that your documents are in order, and that your job offer is valid, you will be issued a Work Permit.

Make sure that all your documents are in order, and that the job offer from your Canadian Employer is legitimate, otherwise you WILL be detained and sent back to the Philippines.

What is a job order?

Canadian Employers work with Recruitment Agencies in the Philippines to look for suitable OFWs, by giving them a list of positions they have available.

Recruitment Agencies must register these positions with POEA, indicating the name of the position as well as the number of positions available.

These positions are called Job Orders.

Job Orders indicate when the position was submitted to POEA, as well as the Recruitment Agency responsible for the Job Order.

Unfortunately, there isn’t much additional information available on the official POEA list, such as a detailed description of the minimum requirements you must have in order to apply for the job.

To get a better idea, we would strongly suggest checking out the Government of Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC) list, which is a standardized list of job descriptions in Canada. Click on the link here: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/express-entry/eligibility/find-national-occupation-code.html

Where can I find jobs in Canada for Filipinos?

In the Philippines, the ONLY place you can find LEGITIMATE jobs in Canada for Filipino is at POEA.

Do NOT transact with Recruitment Agencies who are NOT licensed by POEA.

Are there any recruitment agencies for Canada in the Philippines?

Yes, there are several recruitment agencies for Canada in the Philippines. This is the complete list of POEA-licensed Recruitment Agencies with valid Job Orders for Canada:

How can I get a job in Canada from the Philippines?

In most cases, you will have to find a POEA-licensed recruitment agency that has valid job orders for Canada.

Contact one of the recruitment agencies from the list above to get started.

How can I apply in Canada through POEA?

In most cases, the process is started with you reaching out to the recruitment agency which has the job you’re interested in applying for.

Call or email the recruitment agency to ask what their process is for applying for jobs in Canada.

Typically, they’ll ask you to fill up an intake form, and submit a copy of your resume.

Your application will then be included in the pool of applications from which the Canadian employer will choose from.

How much do recruitment agencies charge in Canada?

POEA does NOT allow recruitment agencies to charge placement fees for jobs in Canada.

Both the Government of Canada and the Philippine Government require Canadian employers to shoulder all costs related to hiring workers from the Philippines, including two-way airfare.

How can I apply for a job in Canada?

In most cases, you will have to find a POEA-licensed recruitment agency that has valid job orders for Canada.

Look at the available jobs to see which one you may qualify for, then contact the recruitment agency to find out how how to submit an application.

Remember that at this point, you’re just submitting your resume for purposes of manpower pooling.

If you are considered for a position by a Canadian employer, then you can proceed to submit an application for a Work Permit at the Visa Application Centre in Manila.

Take note that both you and your Canadian employer must meet the minimum requirements of both the Government of Canada and the Philippine Government.

INFORMATION FOR CANADIAN EMPLOYERS

In most cases, Canadian Employers must first meet the Government of Canada’s minimum requirements for hiring foreign workers, including those from the Philippines.

Canadian Employers must also meet the Philippine Government’s minimum requirements, including submission of documents to the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) which has jurisdiction over the province or territory of employment.

Canadian Employers are advised not to finalize any travel plans until all requirements have been met.

For more information, contact the POLO which has jurisdiction over the province of employment. Click here.

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  2. Good day, I am from Philippine I am a factory worker how to apply in Canada?is anybody available here? I want to work in Canada

    • Hi Nesy, thanks for your message! Applying for any of those jobs from POEA-licensed recruitment agencies is no different: call or email the agencies, ask for the requirements, submit your resume and when the Canadian Employer has made chosen you from the pool of applicants, apply for a visa at the Visa Application Centre (VAC). Both you and your Canadian Employer need to meet Philippine Government and Government of Canada requirements. Remember, Canada is a NO PLACEMENT FEE country. Check the post for the full list of POEA licensed recruitment agencies with job orders for Canada. Good luck!

      • Good day, I’m a Certified Nurse Aide in Chicago Illinois. And my Live-in partner is a Quay crane operator in Turkey. We are both in the Philippines right now I’m Aileen Hipolito-Janicki 43 43byrbs old and my Live-in partner is also 43yrs of age. And we are expecting our child together my due date June 4th 2021. I can bring my child with me because Automatically upon giving birth the baby has a claimed of US ciyizenship. As of today I have a dual citizenship both US/Phil. I don’t want
        to my child we want to apply both of US to start a new life in Canada I just don’t know which suits us for jobs as a family. I cannot left them behind because of this pandemic. I hope somebody could help uswhich paper work to fill out. I have a brother in Winnepeg Manitoba friends and relatives but I want to Apply on our own I hope Somebody could help us it will be greatly appreciated and may GOD bless you as you have helped me through this process.9
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  3. hi, I’m Michelle Tomi-as willing to apply as a skilled worker in canada.. hope you can help me how to get started. I have 3 years of experience as a promodiser and merchandiser at sm supermarket. I am also a former florist in MCK FLOWERSHOP for 4 years. And I am an ex abroad, I work as a housekeeper in Saudi Arabia for 4 years. Thank you in advance for your response. God bless.

  4. Good day,I’m from Iloilo City , Philippines ,I am a Ambulance Responder worker here ,10years experience in ambulance such as;,first aid, extrications, how to handle patients medical and trauma ,I am s Medical First Responder… EMS NC II holder…how to apply in canada ,?is anybody available here to help me to go and work in Canada ? I want to continue to handle patients in Canada.thankyou

  5. Hello everyone,my Name is Nelsa Tucan currently from Philippines,i’m looking for a job bound to canada as housekeepin or either Nanny..i have working experience about 4 year..how can apply to canada.?thanks have a nice day.

  6. I remember last year 2019 poea announced in the news that Yukon Canada will hire more overseas worker and mostly will hire FILIPINOS. It will be a Goverment to Goverment hiring, so what now POEA drawing na lng ba?

  7. Good day,I’m from Philippines ,I am a farm worker here ,10years experience in farming such as;,cropping, livestock,gardening,and seedlings ,how to apply in canada ,?is anybody available here to help me to go and work in Canada ? I want to continue my farming knowledge in Canada.

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