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This is an updated publication based on Regional Employer Roadmap for Hamilton produced by The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC).
An information brochure to help employers connect with immigrant talent in Hamilton.
Thinking of starting a business?
Starting a business is a big step! Make sure you don't waste your time and your money on a business idea that doesn't work.
This brochure offers tips and web links to help you know where to start and who is there to help you build a successful business.
The Hiring Immigrants in Hamilton project consulted with Hamilton area employers about hiring and employing immigrants. This survey is believed to be the first of its kind in Hamilton. The project was conceived from the desire to have a better understanding of employer readiness for hiring recent immigrants in Hamilton, including Francophone immigrants and the need for bilingual staff.
Etude sur l'etat de preparation des employeurs
The first study of its kind in Hamilton, the Hiring Immigrants Project provides insight into employers' attitudes and experiences in hiring, diversity, and more. This booklet describes key findings from the study.
A guide that provides Hamiton employers with information regarding how they can utilize a diverse workforce to give their business a competitive advantage. Using information from the Hiring Immigrants Project employers are given information on the benefits of hiring immigrants.
This publication is one in a series of Regional Employer Roadmaps produced by The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC).
The Winning Strategies for Immigrant Entrepreneurship (WISE5) project built on a partnership of local Workforce Planning Boards in five communities: Hamilton, London, Niagara Region, Windsor, and Waterloo Region, including Guelph. To learn about the experiences of immigrants in business, more than 100 individuals were interviewed, to identify key business supports and business start-up trajectories that have met with success.
This project was funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Read the Executive Summary for the Winning Strategies for Immigrant Entrepreneurship (WISE5) Final Report.
This guide's focus is on business supports available by not-for-profit and government-funded services. There are many other supports that can help people start and run a business, such as language training, financial literacy courses,and credentials recognition. This guide is for information only. It is not an endorsement of any particular program or organization.
This employment guide for newcomers to Hamilton provides immigrants with information on why Hamilton should be the city of choice for their new home.
Labour market information about future jobs in Hamilton is featured as is how one's skills can be transfered to a different type of job.
The guide explains where to get foreign credentials evaluated and notes tips and advice from employment counsellors. A list of local employment and educational supports; lists of self-employment services and key community resources are presented.
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.
This report provides an analysis of the local labour market experiences of newcomers in Hamilton. Identified are a number of opportunities and suggestions for actions to more fully utilize the resources that newcomers to Hamilton bring to the local labour force.
Research report that studied what employment barriers immigrants face.
A list of practical information and employment resources for immigrants.
The premier HIWIN newsletter informs employers about the advantage of hiring immigrants and about local resources that can assist them.
Top 10 birthplaces of Hamilton immigrants; immigration levels; region of origin; ages; and languages.
A summary of identified gaps in services based on consultations with individuals providing immigrant and refugee services in Hamilton.
Research examining immigrant skills in Hamilton.
Summary and recommendations resulting from forum discussing best practices for the integration of internationally trained nurses into Hamilton's health care labour force.
Study draws attention to the skills, knowledge and experience of internationally educated nurses which represent an untapped labour pool in Hamilton's economy.