Workforce Planning Hamilton has partnered with City of Hamilton Economic Development division to create a job board with positions of Hamilton employers who are currently hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We heard from over 250 employers about their plans for 2020 in terms of recruitment, retention and hard to fill positions.
We have launched our report on our investigation into the skilled trades in Hamilton. We interviewed 138 local employers to hear their views.
Hamilton Employers: Answer 20 questions for the EmployerOne 2020 Survey and help Hamilton solve its skills and jobs mismatch!
Is Hamilton’s tight labour market preventing the growth of your business? Do job applicants have the technical skills that you require? These are two of the important questions that Workforce Planning Hamilton (WPH) is asking employers who complete our annual EmployerOne survey.
From November 4th to the 8th, Living Wage Hamilton is joining with twenty five other communities from the Ontario Living Wage Network to celebrate the over 230 employers in Ontario who have joined the Living Wage movement. In Hamilton we are celebrating over thirty employers.
Jessica Thornton and Heather Russek, Ryerson University, Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship were the keynote speakers at the Our Future Hamilton Summit which took place on Tuesday, November 5/19 at Hamilton's Liuna Station.
Hamilton is sharing the good, the bad and the ugly of their job experiences with Workforce Planning Hamilton!
Workforce Planning Hamilton launched the Hamilton Job Satisfaction survey in early July to research why people stay in their workplaces and why they quit their jobs. To date close to 400 people have completed the survey sharing valuable information which will be passed along to local employers and the community in a report in October.
WPH wants to hear from you if you are currently working or have worked in the past year in Hamilton. Please share your experiences with us and be eligible to win one of three $50 gift cards!