Rouyn-Noranda: The CLD on a recruitment mission to Madagascar























Kémilia Laliberté | May 22, 2024

The Rouyn-Noranda Local Development Center lends a helping hand to businesses at the end of their resources.

With their very first international recruitment mission to Madagascar, the workforce and immigration coordinator at CLD Rouyn-Noranda, Corentin Bajard, wishes to support them in recruiting potential Malagasy workers to fill their vacant positions.

The CLD wants to reach both large and small businesses, which is why two distinct formulas will be offered.

The objective of the recruitment mission is also to highlight the numerous employment opportunities present in Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

Many local companies are already using foreign labor to stay on track.

This is also the case for the co-owner of the restaurant Chez Morasse, in Rouyn-Noranda, Carlos Sodji, who has hired 6 new employees from Africa and who is expecting 7 more soon.

The one-week recruitment mission to Madagascar will take place in mid-November.

Companies wishing to participate have until June 30 to register.

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