How do I become a member?

Register on our job board as an employer or contact us.

Become an Employer Member

How long will it take you to find an employee for my company?

In order to respond quickly to your requests, we keep a pool of qualified candidates on file. However, our response time depends largely on the availability of individuals with the required skills.

Can I interview candidates before they start?

Yes. We will test, interview, screen and complete work reference checks in order to send you the most qualified individuals.

What does the bill rate cover?

Our bill rate covers the employee’s pay, all payments for Canada Revenue, Provincial tax, Employment Insurance, CPP, applicable Union fees, WSIB and Liability insurances. It also covers recruiting and screening costs, work reference checks, motor vehicle records where applicable, payroll processing, and payroll tax deposits. Your bill rate also includes your Wawasakonese ManPower Services team of professionals available to you for consultations and employment guidance.

What if the employee you send us doesn’t work out?

We are proud of our reputation for quality and customer service. If you are not 100% satisfied, please contact us immediately and a replacement will be arranged.

What if I want to hire the person you send?

You may hire any Wawasakonese ManPower Services employee using our Contract-to-Hire or Direct Hire options. Please contact us at (1)-807-939-5388 to initiate this process.

What kinds of services do you provide?

Wawasakonese ManPower Services offers a wide range of employment related services and solutions, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and placement, outsourcing and outplacement, training, and human resource consulting.

Do you have any questions that aren’t answered in this FAQ?

Contact Us

Please feel free to reach out to us to help you with your employment questions and inquiries. Our contact information can be found in the contact us section of the website.

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