TFWP

AcronymDefinition
TFWPTextbook for World Peace (collected speeches of Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han Moon)
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These figures also do not capture the growing number of migrant workers who entered Canada under International Mobility Programs (IMPS) rather than under the TFWP.
Changes to the TFWP in 2002 and 2006 expanded the program to include low-and medium-skilled occupations, including construction, retail, hospitality and general labour (Fudge and McPhail 2009).
19) Workers arriving under SAWP and the Agricultural Stream within the Stream for Lower-Skilled Occupations are unaffected by the recent reforms to the TFWP, since the Canadian government asserts that there continues to be labour shortages in this particular industry and that unfilled jobs are "truly temporary.
A job grant that is all show and no substance and a TFWP that benefits employers but not Canadian workers do nothing to stimulate the economy or reduce unemployment.
La introduccion del TFWP para los trabajos poco calificados en Canada, por ejemplo, ha colocado a los paises y trabajadores participantes en el SAWP en una injusta desventaja competitiva respecto a otros paises no participantes debido a que los derechos contenidos en el programa federal mas amplio son menos estrictos que los negociados especificamente para el SAWP.
In 2014, the TFWP was overhauled under the previous government to include a $1,000 processing fees imposed on employers, a restriction of four years for workers to stay in Canada, and stricter onsite inspections at workplaces where temporary foreign workers were hired.
The anger that swept the country around the TFWP even forced the usually unmoveable Harper regime to modify the program (although not really addressing the underlying objections to this oppressive program).
add questions to employer LMO applications to ensure that the TFWP is not used to facilitate the outsourcing of Canadian jobs;
A full explication of the TFWP is beyond the scope of this paper (for overviews, see Nakache and Kinoshita 2010; Foster 2012); however, a number of elements of the program's purpose and design are relevant here.
Yet during the election campaign, the issue--including the impacts of reforms to the TFWP in 2014--largely disappeared from view.
The Coalition for Migrant Worker Rights Canada (CMWRC), an umbrella alliance of migrant rights advocates in six provinces, is backing the review of the TFWP but is urging the federal government to work with the migrant worker sector in creating changes.