Employment Central


We have received information of Employment Central sending text messages to people asking if they would be interested in accepting a job. These text messages are impersonating Employment Central.

Please note that our team at Employment Central will never contact you via text message. If you receive a text message impersonating Employment Central, do not reply to the text message or share any information.

We encourage you to report this information to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501.

Job Seekers: Beware of job offer scams!

How to spot SCAMS and protect yourself
Employment fraud is becoming increasingly sophisticated and common. Anyone can fall prey! The impact on victims can be devastating on both a personal and financial level.
How can you protect yourself from becoming a victim?
  1. Research the employer thoroughly: Check their website, social media pages, and online reviews. If the company doesn't have an online presence or provides only limited information, it may be a red flag.
  2. Verify the job offer: Contact the company directly through their official contact information to verify the job offer and ask for more details about the position. Ask for an in-person interview or a video conference call to confirm the job offer is legitimate.
  3. Keep personal information private: Only provide personal information after you have verified the legitimacy of the employer and the job offer. Be cautious of providing sensitive information such as your Social Insurance Number, bank account information, date of birth or any other personal details.
  4. Trust your instincts: If a job offer seems too good to be true or if you feel uncomfortable about any aspect of the job offer or the employer, trust your instincts and proceed with caution.
What are some warning signs to look out for?
  1. Job offers that seem too good to be true: Offers that promise higher than average pay for minimal work, the ability to work from anywhere at any time, or other benefits that don't match what's offered in similar jobs.
  2. No job interview: Being offered a job without any formal interview or in-person meeting with the employer or hiring manager.
  3. Payment required for employment: Being asked to pay for background checks, training or other costs as a condition of employment.
  4. Urgency and pressure to act quickly: Employers that pressure you to make a quick decision or accept a job offer on the spot.
  5. Job offers received without applying: Getting a job offer for a job you never applied to or heard of before.
If you notice any of these warning signs, it's important to be cautious and do your research before providing any personal information or accepting a job offer.
What should you do if you’ve fallen victim to a job or other type of scam?
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has a comprehensive list of the actions you’ll need to take to report the fraud or scam: What to do if you're a victim of fraud 
Additional resources

Services include

Job Seekers:

  • Local job board
  • Computer and printer access
  • Fax and phone access
  • Resume and cover letter assistance
  • Career counselling
  • Interview prep
  • Job search
  • Referrals for assessments
  • Assistance applying for training and wage subsidy funding


  • Job advertisements
  • Boardroom access for interviewing needs
  • Resume collection for vacant positions (upon request)

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Employment Central & Job Bank Partnership

Employment Central is partnering with Job Bank to improve services for Yukon Employers and Job Seekers. Yukon Job Bank Postings are now accessible from the Employment Central Job Board. Job Bank postings are indicated by a red maple leaf.

What is Job Bank?

Job Bank is the Government of Canada’s leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers users free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends, and outlooks.

What are the benefits to local employers? 

  • Employers can invite registered job seekers to apply to an opening
  • Job matching functionality can help screen job seekers for you
  • Job postings are seen across Canada
  • Easy to use drop down menus to create job postings
  • Eliminate the need to have resumes sent to your email
  • Saves applicant details for easy follow-up

What are the benefits to local job seekers? 

  • Access to job postings that may not be available on local job boards
  • Ability to filter for job openings that match your needs
  • Fully mobile enabled, with options to receive notifications about new openings
  • A resume building tool 
  • Access to career assessments to help you focus on jobs that fit:
  • Receive invitations to apply for jobs

Employment Central is operated by Judy L Corley Consulting Inc. and is funded by Government of Yukon, Economic Development and Service Canada