GOING GLOBAL: Innovation Partnership to Help Canadian Employers Facing Labour Shortages

GLEN HAVEN MANOR, NEW GLASGOW, NS — A groundbreaking and innovative partnership with the potential to help Canadian employers facing significant labour shortages and create labour mobility opportunities for qualified refugees has taken root in Nova Scotia, Canada. The partnership is positioned to have a significant positive impact on staffing shortages in the local health care sector and inform the creation of similar efforts across Canada and in other countries. RefugePoint, an international non-profit that serves at-risk refugees, Glen Haven Manor, a long-term care facility in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, and the Pictou County Regional Enterprise Network, are pleased to announce that multiple skilled refugees in Kenya have received job offers to work as continuing care assistants at Glen Haven Manor. Glen Haven Manor is the third-largest long-term care facility in Nova Scotia, serving 202 residents… continued