Solid HR, the right talent, strong bottom line

Creating and maintaining the most productive and efficient team possible means there is time to focus on business goals. Bio-economy specific tools, training, and labour market research make HR planning and implementation easy.  

Recruit talent with ease. Find right staff needed for your company to succeed. Easily create and manage job posting in The PetriDish™ – the #1 job board in Canada’s bio-economy.
Hiring? You could qualify for wage subsidies! Get financial help to offset the cost of orientation, integration and skills development of a new employee.
The 2017-2018 BioReady™ Paid Internship Program is now accepting applicants. Program description Is your company eligible? 
The Science Horizons Youth Internship Program is a wage subsidy initiative to help recent graduates in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) acquire work experience in STEM positions with an environmental focus. The program provides up to a maximum of $15,000 in wage subsidies to help employers hire the talent they need and help recent STEM graduates gain skills to secure full-time employment in environmental STEM fields.
You can get up to $13,500 in wage subsidies to hire a person with disabilities and grow your business.
The Opportunities Fund wage subsidy program aims to alleviate the low employment of persons with disabilities in biotech by introducing a wage subsidy to off-set the start-up costs of orientation, integration and skills development.
Showcase your organization to Canada's bio-economy Is finding the right people with the right skills at the right time paramount for your organization?
The 2018 MAGNUS Catalyst Award for Top New Hire is an employee recognition award, granting $1,000 prize to the young employee who has contributed most significantly to their Canadian biotechnology employer in 2017.
The Government of Ontario has established accessibility rules for businesses and non-profits to ensure that people of all abilities have the opportunity to participate fully in everyday life.
Worried about keeping your top talent? Make sure your salaries are competitive.
Do you work in biotechnology or life sciences? Would a better understanding of these sectors help you in your job? These interactive online courses are for you!
Do you work in biotech as a non-scientist? If yes, this course is for you.  BioBasics™: Biotech for Non-Scientists coming to Toronto! May 31-June 1, 2017
Find BioReadyTM talent now.  Fill positions quickly from candidates who hold the industry’s BioReady skills seal of approval.
Opening the door to building careers for new grads in Biotechnology
Moving Beyond the Boundaries Connecting and Advancing Women in Biotechnology
BioConnect and BioTalent Canada are very excited to announce a new exclusive offer to BioTalent Canada partners and their members.
Expert advice and solutions to help biotech companies excel.
Start HR planning here. Create job postings, performance evaluations, and professional development plans with ease.
Form the foundation for skills requirements. Complement existing skills information to help with HR planning.
Talent Opportunities Bringing Newcomers to Canada’s Bio-economy
Compare current market trends with historical research.
Ranking Canada number 10 among 54 other countries, Worldview’s experts agreed that Canada needs to continue growing its biotech workforce and acknowledged two BioTalent Canada initiatives as advancements Canada is making in this area.
Job hunting? You could qualify for wage subsidies! Provide biotech employers an incentive to hire you and gain valuable work experience and skills.
Paving the Way Facilitating Career Paths for Newcomers in the Canadian Bio-economy