Look for our next weekly newsletter on August 25, 2016.
What does WPH believe?
Business, Labour & Community: Planning for Prosperity!
Save the Date: Launch of AdvanceWomeninTrades.com, Sept. 13/16!
Workforce Planning Hamilton and YWCA-Hamilton invite you to the website launch of AdvanceWomeninTrades.com.
This special event takes place on Tuesday, September 13th from 5:30 pm. - 7:30 pm. at the YWCA-Hamilton, Senior's Auditorium, 75 MacNab Street South, Hamilton.
The website has free resources for employers to recruit, retain and advance women in the workplace.
This free event will be of interest to community partners, women and especially employers in the skilled trades. Refreshments will be provided.
Official event registration to follow.
Please share this information with anyone who might benefit from this event.
To register or for more information please email Liz at email@example.com or call 905-521-5777.
Free Webinar sponsored by Charity Village: Get ready for Ontario's new workplace legislation, August 25/16
Ontario's Bill 132 regarding Harassment and Sexual Violence takes effect in Ontario on September 8. Is your organization ready to comply with this new legislation? Find out at a free webinar.
Workplace harassment, sexual harassment, bullying or violence is never acceptable. But it happens every day, which is why the Ontario government has introduced new legislation to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. This free webinar will help you understand this new legislation and show you what your organization needs to do to be in compliance.
Free webinar information: Topic: Get ready for Ontario's new harassment and sexual violence legislation
Date: Thursday, August 25 at 1pm Eastern Time / 10am Pacific Time (one hour)
Cost: Free - Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment.
Are we living in a social economy, or a precarious one?
However it's defined, people need the hard and soft skills to thrive in this new economy. Progressive education has a critical role in preparing the next generation of workers, but it's just one piece.
A range of supportive policies and programs is absolutely necessary if the supply and demand of the evolving job market are to be aligned - if Canadians, young and not so young, are to find meaningful places in the increasingly global employment market.