The 2014 LMP identifies Hamilton's multi-year labour market priorities and establishes community actions and efforts to address these priorities.
Please share with local employers, HR professionals, and workplace wellness leads. You are invited to register for up to 3 free workplace wellness webinars offered this Fall. WPH, with partner City of Hamilton, Public Health Services are offering the Workplace Wellness Webinar Series, presented by Towers Watson.
If you are a woman who is currently employed in skilled trades, or have been, we welcome your insights. Workforce Planning Hamilton and YWCA Hamilton want to hear your thoughts on how to make it easier for women to launch and advance careers in skilled trades in the industrial, construction, and motive power sectors.
If you have just started a new job, or have clients or contacts who have, this handy checklist gives a good sense of how to prepare for new employment.
In an effort to introduce more young women to the option of a career in the skilled trades the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board and the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, with funding from Employment Ontario, presented Tech 2014: Women at Work.
On Thursday, February 13, 2014, the Hamilton Immigrant Mentoring Partnership (HIMP) hosted the first in a series of networking events: The Art of Networking.
McMaster University, Mohawk College, Redeemer University, and Workforce Planning Hamilton have partnered to offer employers an opportunity to connect with students, alumni, and community members at this year's Connect To Careers Job Fair 2014.
Workforce Planning Hamilton invites employers across Hamilton to complete the Hire Learning Survey. Whether you are a big or small company, a for-profit or not-for-profit, we want to hear about your hiring experience and needs.
Workforce Planning Hamilton launched its Hire Learning Initiative on December 11, 2013 with an event featuring Daniel Munro from the Conference Board of Canada.
The Need to Make Skills Work: The Cost of Ontario's Skills Gap, December 11/13 at Liuna Station, Hamilton
Workforce Planning Hamilton presents The Need to Make Skills Work: The Cost of Ontario’s Skills Gap, a keynote address by Daniel Munro, The Conference Board of Canada.