I work for a placement agency. How do I use Job Bank?
On Job Bank, placement agencies are considered employers when they are responsible for paying the employees they place at their clients’ premises.
If you work for a placement agency and would like to post on Job Bank, you first have to create your personal user account by signing up on Job Bank for Employers.
Once signed in, you can register your agency as an employer. Make sure to identify yourself either as an employee or owner of the business. Most importantly, use your agency’s business information when setting up the employer file (e.g. the agency’s payroll account number, legal business name, address, phone number, etc.).
When creating the employer file, you will have to fill the ‘’Clients’’ tab with the following information:
- Your client’s business name
- Your contact at the business – First and last name
- Your contact’s phone number
- Your contact’s email address
Your clients’ information is not displayed publicly. Clients you identify on job postings are not disclosed to anyone but Job Bank. However, we request this information to ensure the quality and veracity of job postings.
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