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.
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2013 Peel Halton Employer Survey - Results and Analysis
Download the 2013 Peel Halton Employer Survey - Results and Analysis, representing around 400 employers in Peel and Halton Regions, covering a wide cross-section of industries and firm sizes. The results will:
- Examine how employers screen and hire, for both entry-level and intermediate/senior positions.
- Identify how employers find job candidates, and which recruitment methods they are most please with.
- Indicate youth hiring intentions, and what drives employers to hire or not hire youth.
- Investigate training intentions and the most common barriers to training.
- National Household Survey – Employment by Industry, Occupation & Educational Attainment
- Canadian Business Patterns – Number of Employers, Change in the Number of Employers by Size of Firm & Change in the Number of Firm by Industry (June 2012 to June 2013)
- Aggregate Peel Halton Data provided by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities on clients using Employment Ontario Services. This data looks at client profiles using various characteristics including length of time unemployed, age, education levels and exit outcomes.