Pilot project to help
asylum seekers join the tourism sector
1 000 pairing
The objective for
the next 3 years
The Conseil québécois des ressources humaines en tourisme (CQRHT) is launching a pilot project to facilitate pairing between asylum seekers holding a work permit and tourism businesses.
The CQRHT aspire to create the conditions that will promote the integration of asylum seekers into the tourism labour market while the Government of Canada is processing their application.
During the start-up phase, the matching process between the profiles of the asylum seekers and the jobs available in the industry will centre on the needs of the summer season. The CQRHT will deploy a digital platform in the fall that will allow the creation of a micro-labour market to simplify the matching process and meet the specific needs of businesses all around the province.
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The pilot project was created with the financial contribution of the Government of Quebec and is part of the measures provided for in the 2023–2024 Budget to support the regionalization and integration of asylum seekers into the labour market.
For any questions or requests for additional information, do not hesitate to contact the CQRHT at the following coordinates:
[email protected] | 450 651-1099 | WhatsApp | Facebook
Conseil québécois des ressources humaines en tourisme (CQRHT)
2751, boul. Jacques-Cartier Est, bureau 200,Longueuil (Québec) J4N 1L7
About the Conseil québécois des ressources humaines du tourisme (CQRHT)
For 25 years, the Quebec Council for Human Resources in Tourism (CQRHT) has been implementing structured and innovative actions by consulting with industry partners while providing relevant information and adequate tools for the benefit of tourism businesses and its workforce. This approach defines our purpose and our three main strategic orientations. Whether it is training and skills recognition, human resources management practices and seasonality, or workforce data, we engage with our partners in the tourism industry to put our resources and knowledge to work for business owners, managers, and employees.