Mercan Canada Employment Philippines Inc.

Your Gateway to Canada and Beyond

POEA License no: POEA-105-LB-052418-R

Competency-based Interviewing and Assessment

This method has proven to be an effective technique in screening applicants. The interview aims to determine the applicants’ core competencies, technical skills, work experience and other essential personal qualities vis-à-vis the job specifications for the positions to which they are applying.


Competency-Based Workforce Recruitment

Our proven recruitment search and strategic solutions have produced a record of success for our international clients. We stay on top of industry needs, we pre-screen all candidates for our clients, and we provide essential recruitment information – technical and behavioural profile of the candidatesto assist our clients in their manpower needs. We also work closely with our clients, our industry contacts, and our extensive network of professionals in the field we consult to ensure accurate assessment of the candidates’ competencies.


Competency-Based Workforce Selection

Mercan Recruit conducts competency-based selection approach in interviewing and assessing applicants. We sit down with our Clients and analyze the job vacancies in their company. We go into the details of the job description, the responsibilities involved, and the key competencies, qualifications and characteristics applicants must possess to be considered for the open posts. Together we lay out the hiring process and requirements to be accomplished by applicants.


Job Openings

Our Team

Jose Eduardo “Ricky” Yazon

President and CEO

Sheryl G. Munoz

Recruitment Manager

Minerva Gallardo

Accounting Manager

Acee Delos Santos

Immigration Manager

Carmelo Caraig

IT  Manager    


Years In Service



Latest News

Program delivery update: Open work permit – General processing and issuance – International Mobility Program

May 12, 2022 The open work permit labour market impact assessment (LMIA) exemption categories table has been updated to correctly reflect where applicants under the open work permit pilot program[…]

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Refusal to process work permit applications for caregivers where the LMIA application was received on or after June 18, 2019

Ministerial Instructions (MIs) implemented on June 18, 2019 and revised on April 22, 2022 instruct officers to refuse to process work permit applications received under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) for[…]

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Occupation-restricted open work permits under the Home Child Care Provider Pilot or Home Support Worker Pilot – Category A applicants [R205(a) – C90] – International Mobility Program

These instructions apply to IRCC employees. Since applicants cannot submit their applications at a port of entry, the instructions do not apply to border services officers. This page provides instructions[…]

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Canada expands overseas services for Ukrainians

From: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada News release May 4, 2022—Warsaw, Poland—The Government of Canada is steadfast in its commitment to help Ukrainians and their family members. Since the Canada-Ukraine[…]

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