This year the EmployerOne survey was fully completed by 144 employers who took the time to share their information with WPH. From their answers and the hard work of our partners, the community can better under the local labour market and its specific needs, such as current and future hiring needs, skill and educational requirements, and recruitment issues.
Thanks to all who completed our recent Employer One Survey.
Workforce Planning Hamilton's annual labour market survey is now live! Businesses of all sizes are encouraged to complete the survey, up until February 5, 2016.
You are invited! Competitive Edge: The central importance of essential skills to Canada's economic future
You are invited to help WPH celebrate Lifelong Learning Week on September 23/15. Don't miss your opportunity to learn from Scott Murray, an Essential Skills expert, from DataAngel Policy Research Incorporated.
Two webinars explaining the recent upgrades to WINHamilton.ca were presented to service providers on June 10th and June 12/15. Here is a recording of the webinar.
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.