The guide lists the participating organizations (and the services they offer) who attended the Strengthening Newcomer Services: Connecting the System event, which took place on Friday, October 21/11.
Results of WPH's monthly employer survey for December 2011.
Youth employed in our region most commonly work in sales and service occupations, representing 53% of all youth employment. Occupations in business, finance and administration and trades, transport and equipment operations offer good opportunities for youth in Hamilton.
Results of WPH's monthly employer survey for November 2011.
Results of WPH's monthly employer survey for October 2011.
Results of WPH's monthly employer survey for September 2011.
Health care is a prominent industry in Hamilton, proportionately larger than the provincial average. Since 2005, employment in this sector has grown 12%; though in the short term, from 2009-10, there has been an 8% decline in employment in Hamilton.
The Hamilton Healthy Workplaces initiative aimed to give employers the tools and resources to create a healthy workplace, as well as to survey their needs and perceptions. Other project partners included Trivaris, and the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce Human Resources Committee as well as funding partner, the Ontario Ministry of Health
Results from WPH's monthly employer survey for August 2011.