To improve the understanding of the types of skills needed by local employers, the Peel Halton Workforce Development Group created a matrix of the types of skills, education, experience, and wages associated with in-demand occupations in Peel and Halton regions.
The report documents the impacts that underemployment has had on the lives of new Canadians and youth over the past year at the local level, proving a deeper understanding of how the challenges these groups face as they navigate a changing labour market.
The COVID pandemic, together with the accompanying lockdowns and precautions, upended our economy and labour market in a way that we have not seen since the Great Depression in the 1930s. This analysis provides a brief overview of its impact.
The rapid advancement of technology in the workplace is a defining feature of the current shift to a knowledge-based, technology driven economy that is well underway in Ontario communities, including Peel and Halton regions.
This report is in response to a Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development requirement that all local employment planning councils and workforce development boards consult with their local employers regarding in-demand skilled trades and their views on the apprenticeship system.
This document has been custom designed for the Peel Halton Workforce Development Group by Social Media House. Its purpose is to assist small and medium sized businesses with their online marketing efforts. Specifically, the PHWDG Social Marketing Playbook serves as a guide to help local businesses build their brand presence through social media and social media advertising.
Results of community consultations conducted as part of the Local Employment Planning Council (LEPC) in February 2018 indicate that transportation access for employers, workers, government, and service providers in the smaller municipalities of Milton, Caledon, and Halton Hills is a key barrier to employment.
See the data around a workforce that includes the aging population, the highly educated visible minority and immigrant group, and the number of young professionals on the rise.
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Due to the growing importance of the high-skill workforce locally in Peel and Halton, the Local Employment Planning Council initiated a study of the high-skill labour market in these communities.
A study on the labour market trends, needs, and challenges within the (PST) Industry focusing on Computer Systems Design (CSD) in Peel and Halton.
Identified as a dominant sector for both the Peel and Halton Regions, this report investigates the trends, gaps, needs and issues in the local supply chain labour market and provides appropriate and actionable recommendations for further improvements.