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The EmployerOne survey is the most efficient way for Hamilton employers of all sizes and sectors to partner with WPH in building a strong workforce and prosperity for themselves and for the community.
Workforce Planning Hamilton, with our partner City of Hamilton, Public Health Services is presenting a workshop for employers who are concerned about how to address cannabis use in the workplace on January 24/19 from 8:00 am. - 10:00 am at the Waterfront Centre, 555 Bay St. North, Hamilton.
It's not easy to capture the attention of a large group of high school students but WPH did just that during our Meet Your Manufacturing Mentor event held on Tuesday, October 23/18.
WPH is seeking candidates for several openings on our Board of Directors! Make a difference in our community by joining our Board!
Supporting Healthy Minds at Work, which took place on June 8, 2018 provided information and a chance to network for employers and service providers.
Hired Not Fired is a site and a series of videos featuring interviews with local employers talking about the importance of strong soft skills.
Check out the video created to celebrate WPH's 20th Anniversary!
Did you know... Mental illness in Canada affects not only a person's quality of life, but also our economy. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association the cost of mental illnesses to the Canadian economy is $51 billion a year. Each week 500,000 Canadians miss work due to a mental health issue.
Workforce Planning Hamilton is celebrating 20 years of workforce development leadership in the Hamilton community on April 25th and we want you to come out to celebrate with us!