If you are relocated to another country to work, at some point you may wish to switch to a different company or an employer. In Canada, if you want to come and work, you need to get a work permit. In general, these are temporary closed work permits having certain restrictions attached to it. Meaning, you can’t just simply switch your company or your employer. This is the basic difference between an open work permit and a closed work permit. In this blog, we will learn about the things a person holding a closed work permit can do if he/she wish to change their employer.
CLOSED WORK PERMIT: Any person holding a closed work permit is bound to work for that particular company or employer till the duration of his work permit. An Employer-specified work permit allows you to work in accordance with the conditions of your work permit. This could include: