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Welcome, to HomeHelpCanada.com. A new employment website designed to provide a safe matching service for families and caregivers, nannies and housekeepers. Our official launch date is May 1st, 2013, so join now and be first to have your profile up and running. We look forward to being a great help in finding your ideal worker-employer match. Thank you for using HHC!


Employers

HHC offers Employers a safe and cost effective way to post job listings that are viewable worldwide, instead of just on one website. Postings last 1 full year and we provide one on one support to make sure you get the right worker for you.

Create your free account by becoming a new member. You will not be part of any mailing list. This is only for your membership.

Create one or more 'Job Postings' by answering a short list of questions and then add any information you feel fit. Included images, links, etc.

'Activate' your job postings and follow our tips.
New Employers receive over 50% OFF - Regular posting fee of $50 is NOW ONLY $200 for a 1 YEAR Job Posting!   Reg $450 Now $200 for 1 Yr Post


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Workers

With HHC, workers are given royal treatment. We provide one of the safest methods of employer matching, while providing quality tips, guidance and 24/7 support. Plus! Worker profiles are visible WorldWide - not just on this site!

Create your free account by becoming a new member. You will not be part of any mailing list. This is only for your membership.

Create 'Profile Page' by answer a list of easy to answer questions. You can even included an image and PDF resume for employers to see.

Share your new 'Profile Page' and follow are simple tips to promote yourself worldwide.


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Why Canadian Employers Should Choose HHC

First off, Job Postings are viewable world-wide, not just on HHC, making your chances of a match far greater than other sites.

Workers are able to join for Free, unlike most other Job Sites geared towards Caregivers, Nannies and Housekeepers. This provides a better range of possible workers to select from.

Employers are charged a fee, however, it is far less than most employment sites at only $450 $200 for the first Job Posting. Plus, HHC Job postings are live for 365 days - Yes, 1 full year! Most job sites offer 30/60 day listings, but we know that your family is important, and matching the right person can take time.

We wish both Employers and Workers the best of luck in your search and look forward to being a helping hand.


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Web Resources

Web Resources are not directly affiliated with HHC and are provided only as a convenience to HHC users

Shortage of live-in caregivers leads to ‘nanny poaching’
These days, it scares Jodi Kaplan to let her live-in caregiver, Rose Pablico, out of her sight because of the rampant “nanny poaching” across Canada, especially in Greater Toronto. [read more]

In 2007, about 2.7 million Canadians aged 45 and over, or approximately one-fifth of the total in this age group, provided some form of unpaid care to seniors (people 65 years of age or older) who had long-term health problems.
Between 2002 and 2007, the number of people providing care to seniors increased by more than 670,000 [read more]

Supporting Caregivers and Caregiving in an Aging Canada by Janice Keefe
To ensure adequate home care services to seniors in coming years, Canadian governments will have to better support informal caregivers and adopt a comprehensive human resources strategy. [read more]

The Economic Integration of Immigrants in Metropolitan Vancouver by Daniel Hiebert
In the past half century Vancouver has undergone two major transformations that have been sufficiently far-reaching to touch almost every aspect of city life: the shift from a resource-driven to a service-driven economy, and a rapid rate of population growth that has increasingly been fed by immigration. [read more]


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Sharing Home Help Canada improves visibility to both employees seeking work and employers seeking help. Please share often to help bring solutions to those in search.

Benefits of Sharing on Social Networks
Social Networking Sites can be a good way to make connections with people with similar interests and goals. In this case, Nannies, Caregivers and Housekeepers. They [Network Sites] can be a positive way to connect with people that a worker or employer may not have had the opportunity to before. This includes other workers and employers, as well as specialty websites that can help meet their respective needs.

Home Help Canada itself is a social networking site. It offers workers and employers the opportunity to create a positive self-image and find the right match. Your Home Help Canada profile will help to tailor postings and searches to ensure a more accurate connection. This goes for searching both on this site as well as major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing.

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Be cautious when sharing personal information. If your gut tells you to avoid something, it's usually best to listen. Although you may miss an opportunity, it is better to ensure you are safe and well. Never take risks that could jeapordize yourself!

Do not post private information, including your cell phone number, home address, on general web pages. Ensure you include these details on pages that require a login.
For example: Workers should not post private information in the 'Additional Information' section of their profiles, as you want to be sure ONLY real employers can see this. [NOTE: Employers must pay a fee before being able to see ALL your details]


Thank you for sharing HHC and we wish you the best of luck in finding your future worker or employer.

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