Look for our next weekly newsletter on November 5, 2015.
What does WPH believe?
Business, Labour & Community: Planning for Prosperity!
Save the Date: Soft Skills Development Tips for Employers and Employment Service Providers
Employers who completed our Hiring Learning Survey last year were in agreement as to the top three competencies that they are looking for in their current and future employees. Soft skills, such as work ethic, dedication, dependability, communication, and self-motivation took the lead over the need for specific technical skills.
In the light of this information one of WPH's current projects is a soft skill research project. J.P. Hatala, Ph.D, of Flowwork International will be presenting a report called Soft Skills Development: Improving Organizational Effectiveness, on November 24, 2015 at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre from 12 noon to 3 pm.
Employment services providers and employers are invited to attend.
Please email Cyndi Ingle at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register.
Emerging Stronger Survey 2016: How confident are you in Ontario's Economy?
Employers: Help us shape Emerging Stronger 2016 by completing a brief survey.
The results of this survey will inform the Ontario Business Confidence Index, one of the most significant measures of business opinion in Canada.
By taking a moment to complete the survey, you could win two roundtrip tickets to anywhere Porter Airlines flies.
Employment & Express Entry System Presentation, Nov. 16/15
How does the Express Entry System relate to employers, job developers and job seekers?
Attend a free presentation by Paul Jamieson, Employer Liaison at Citizenship and Immigration Canada and learn about the changes and requirements employers and job seekers have to follow under the Express Entry system. Time has been designated for questions following the presentation.
Date: Monday, November 16, 2015 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
Place: The Design Annex - 118 James St N Hamilton, ON L8R 2K7
Presented by: Hamilton Immigration Partnership Council