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Hamilton's Labour Market Connection
Vol. 10, Issue 5 (October 30/14)
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In what does WPH believe?

Business, Labour & Community: Planning for Prosperity!

WINHamilton.ca: A valuable free site for employers and job seekers alike

Are you an employer with job vacancies?  Or a service provider helping clients access jobs, training, and upgrading programs? If so, WINHamilton.ca is a site that you should visit.

The Workforce Information Network (WIN) is a free service that offers information on services that assist job seekers and the community to discover local employment, training, and upgrading programs. 

Maintained by Workforce Planning Hamilton the site is useful to employers who would like to list job opportunities with local employment services; to job seekers; and to those seeking training and upgrading programs in our community. 

The "News and Events" section of the site is constantly updated with valuable information to aid job seekers and the community at large.

Please visit WINHamilton.ca today!

Employers: Share your experience finding and hiring immigrant talent

ALLIES is conducting some research to gather first-hand 
information - from the employer's point of view- to better 
understand how employers recruit, select and support immigrant talent in finding employment within Ontario. 

Please complete the online survey by November 21, 2014. 

Whether you have or have not employed immigrant talent, 
your input is valuable....

To complete a survey, please click on the link: 

ALLIES (Assisting Local Leaders with Immigrant 
Employment Strategies) supports local efforts in Canadian cities to successfully adapt and implement programs that further the suitable employment of skilled immigrants. ALLIES is jointly funded by Maytree and The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation.

Funded by:

Canada among most popular destinations for job seekers

Canada is one of the most desirable places to live and work and three Canadian cities are listed among the top 25 most popular places to work, according to a study released this week by the Boston Consulting Group, one of the world's leading management consultancies.

Learn more about the work of WPH. Call 905.521.5777


Visit our site: www.workforceplanninghamilton.ca