PEEL HALTON EMPLOYER 2015 SURVEY - Extended to July 15th, 2015
The Peel Halton Workforce Development Group has launched the 2015 edition of the Peel Halton Employer Survey. It is open online from June 1st to July 15th, 2015. The survey collects the employer perspective about labour market issues in Peel and Halton. In its fifth year, the survey draws on over 400 employer responses, across different sectors to highlight trends and capture emerging concerns. Only Peel and Halton based employers need to respond.
The analysis of the Peel Halton Employer Survey 2014 is now available. This is the fourth consecutive year for the survey and the level of employer engagement keeps growing; on average, we received over 400 responses per question. A large thanks is owed to the many organizations that do outreach to connect employers to the on-line survey.
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.
Report: Service Coordination at Your Fingertips
This project was designed to assist Service Providing Organizations (SPO) to navigate the disbursed network of services available in their communities and make appropriate referrals to their clients. Information about SPO services was collected and a resource created to improve the quality of client referrals among service providers and from that, the rate of successful client placements.
On the Move - A study on where we live and where we work
Over half of Ontario’s population lives and works in the province’s central region. With high rates of immigration, commuting and re-location based on life stage, the region is often “on the move". This report describes the immigration, mobility and commuting patterns in Central Ontario, giving you insights into how this mobility affects employment.