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At Actyl Group, we partner with our clients to deliver customized workforce solutions that resolve their most significant HR issues and create lasting competitive advantage. Utilizing decades of industry experience and functional expertise, Actyl looks beyond standard solutions to develop new insights, mobilize organizations, drive tangible results, and make companies more capable.

Actyl Recruiting provides International recruiting services by utilizing the Foreign Worker Program. Actyl along with its International country partners is able to recruit well educated, experienced candidates (who possess a good command of the English language) to fill your company's labour shortages.

Actyl Immigration provides immigration assistance to Foreign Workers already in Canada by helping them through the appropriate Provincial Nominee or Federal immigration program. We also offer USA to Canada transfer assistance, Work Permits and extensions, along with Labour Market Opinion applications.

Maurilio Amezcua is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) (R406823) registered and approved with Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. www.iccrc-crcic.ca


Latest News

  • Actyl Group Clarifies Inaccuracies in Recent CBC News Report on Temporary Foreign Workers

    EDMONTON, Alberta — Actyl Group, an international workforce solutions firm, would like to clarify some facts related to the services it provides its clients after a recent CBC News report that contained several inaccuracies. The report, published April 17 as part of the CBC News “Go Public” series, detailed claims made by some temporary foreign workers who alleged mistreatment on the part of an Edmonton employer. In addition to reporting these workers’ claims, the article and accompanying video ...

  • Actyl Group Issues Statement on Misquoting and Misrepresentation of Facts in CBC News Story

    EDMONTON, Alberta — On April 14, 2014, as part of its “Go Public” series, CBC News published an article and video on the hiring of temporary foreign workers in Canada, specifically in the western provinces. The article detailed alleged accounts of discrimination against Canadian employees in favor of international workers. In one portion of the article, CBC News’s Kathy Tomlinson reported on Actyl Group’s role in recruiting international workers, misquoting President and CEO Linda West and inclu...

  • Actyl Group to Help Canadian Employers Find Skilled Workers with Upcoming Trip to Jamaica

    EDMONTON, Alberta — Actyl Group, a leader in international workforce solutions, is returning to Jamaica to find more skilled workers to help fill the Canadian labour gap. The company has made numerous trips to Jamaica and other countries around the world, delivering high-quality job candidates to employers across Canada. The Actyl team will meet with hundreds of potential candidates in Kingston and Montego Bay between April 22 and 27, 2014.

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