The Peel Halton Workforce Development Group (PHWDG) is pleased to release our annual Local Labour Market Plan Report.
This report draws primarily upon data from Statistics Canada Canadian Business Patterns; Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey; Employment Ontario Aggregate Data for Peel Halton & the 2014 Peel Halton Employer Survey. PHWDG aims to engage a broad spectrum of stakeholders in business, local government, labour, Employment Ontario service providers, educators and other stakeholders. The 2014 LLMP is the result of an extensive evidence based planning process. To read the complete report click here.
SOS: Services on a Shoestring 2014
Interact with a panel of local business experts to learn shoestring strategies to grow your business.
To address the employment challenges of high-school students, University graduates and youth of the community who were having difficulty getting into the job market, the Youth Career Connections was created. The YCC was a combination of a job fair and information session for employers interested in the Youth Employment Fund (YEF)
Attend this interactive workshop to learn practical strategies that will help your company integrate new Canadians into your team and benefit from international experience, connections and perspectives. Come and network with other businesses and service providers.
We are proud to introduce Working in Peel Halton, a comprehensive website for labour market information about Peel (Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon), Halton (Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills) and the Greater Toronto Area. This is the place to be if you’re deciding on a career, looking for a job, or starting a business in Peel, Halton and the surrounding GTA. Visit www.workinginpeelhalton.com to start your labour market research now!