Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora
The Savior – The Minister of Labor and Social Welfare Rolando Castro, provided details of the recent tour of Canada, where he held official meetings with businessmen and investors from that country in various productive or service areas, in order that more compatriots find good sources of employment through the Labor Migration Program.
"We met with 15 Business, of the largest, and with representatives of Canada's largest and most powerful construction union, that works in partnership with more than 5,000 construction companies and those who told us that they need to take 30,000 workers to that country, detailed the minister.
The official added that some of these companies have already assembled and sent the profiles of the employees they need for the construction sectors., frozen goods and bakery, and in El Salvador, the technical teams of the Ministry of Labor are already making tabulations and definitions of each of them.
On this important tour, Minister Castro was accompanied by the deputy for the Central American Parliament (PARLACEN), Carlos Hernandez, who has been an important promoter of Salvadoran labor abroad.
“I feel very satisfied, because we were able to share with our young people in Canada. For each one of them working there we are impacting a family in El Salvador”, reported the deputy.
The last group of workers left for the North American nation in mid-July. The requirements that people must meet to benefit from the program include being in good health, have a valid passport, without immigration violations and without criminal and police records.
The Labor Migration Program seeks to promote labor inclusion in El Salvador through regular migration, orderly and safe to countries where employment opportunities are identified by the competent authorities.