The Process

Once the funder approves the wage subsidy and SCAN hires the youth, the Employer will need to make a final payment of up to $750 to enable activities that will last up to 16 weeks.

The activities include the following:

  • Payroll Management for Employers
  • Human Resource Training Resources for Employers – Payroll Management
  • Monthly performance reviews
  • Reporting to Funder.

Payroll Management for Employers

Depending on the wage subsidy received, the Employers will pay the remaining percentage and Mandatory Employer Related Costs (MERCs) (if applicable) to SCAN. As the hiring organization, SCAN gets the Government’s wage subsidy for the participating student under the program. SCAN will handle all payroll processes.

Human Resources Training Resource for Employers

SCAN will provide HR resources to Employers through its partners to prepare them for hiring staff at the end of the internship/coop.

Monthly performance reviews

We will provide monthly performance reviews and quarterly reports on the progress of employees and the outcome of their position during that period.

Report to Funder

SCAN will be responsible for reporting to funders on the wage subsidy program outcome


YEPJC Community Forum

All stakeholders: Youths, Employers, and Community Organizations  will be added to our community to discuss projects, lessons learnt, peer to peer learning etc


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