Results of the HLS 2015 have just been released! Find out the Top 10 Things you need to know about Hamilton's labour market in 2015.
Hamilton employers are asked to complete the Hire Learning Survey from January 2-31, 2015 to share their hiring needs, challenges and plans for the future. Working together we can make Hamilton a prosperous community!
Start 2015 off right by attending "The Great Canadian Skills Mismatch: People Without Jobs, Jobs Without People and MORE"
Workforce Planning Hamilton and partner City of Hamilton, Economic Development Department invite local employers and human resource professionals to attend The Great Canadian Skills Mismatch: People Without Jobs, Jobs Without People and MORE, on January 8, 2015 from 8:00 am. to 10:30 am.
Lionel Laroche shares his personal story and tips to inspire internationally trained professionals at WPH's Global Hamilton Conference
As Lionel Laroche, of MultiCultural Business Solutions explained in his keynote address to a room full of internationally trained professionals (ITP) on November 26/14 understanding the nuances of Canadian workplace culture are crucial to one's career success in Canada.
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.