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You Are Invited to Strengthening Services To Newcomers in Hamilton: Connecting the System



October 03, 2011

Attention front-line staff:

*Visit 40 displays

*Listen to 5 brief workshops on key issues that affect newcomers such as:


HAMILTON HEALTHY WORKPLACES REPORT



September 27, 2011

The Hamilton Healthy Workplaces initiative aimed to give employers the tools and resources to create a healthy workplace, as well as to survey their needs and perceptions.

Other project partners included Trivaris, and the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce Human Resources Committee as well as funding partner, the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion.

Click here to learn more:


Social Planning and Research Council Job Posting



September 20, 2011

The Social Planning and Research Council is searching for a Community Development Worker.

Find out more information on their Website:

http://www.sprc.hamilton.on.ca/Employment/Employment.php


Check out the September Workforce Focus



September 20, 2011

September’s Workforce Focus highlights the healthcare industry in Hamilton.

Check it out here:

http://htab.ca/publications/210


HTAB Labour Market Plan 2011



September 07, 2011

Are you interested to learn about Hamilton’s labour market context, workforce sector challenges and HTAB’s Action Plan for 2011-2012?

Also included are Industry Profiles for the Healthcare and Supply Chain sectors.


WINHamilton To Go Public



August 30, 2011

In response to community requests are pleased to announce that WINHamilton is being opened up for access by the general public in early October!

WINHamilton is a project of the Skills Development Flagship.


Workforce Checkup Survey Results for August



August 23, 2011

Are you interested to find out which jobs were lost and gained last month in our local economy? Read our Workforce Check-Up Survey Results for August.

The Hamilton Training Advisory Board is proud to report another strong month for Hamilton’s labour market. Respondents of this month’s survey reported a total of 243 jobs created, both full and part-time, while only 20 jobs were lost, for a net gain of 223 jobs.

The Hamilton Training Advisory Board (HTAB) thanks the 107 employers who participated in the August 2011 Workforce Check-Up.


Workforce Focus July 2011-Tourism



August 09, 2011

July’s Workforce Focus (Published: July 14, 2011) contains information on the top occupations in tourism; travel trends; employment generated by tourism, and business growth in transportation (as related to the tourism industry).

For more information, click here:

http://htab.ca/publications/category/4


The Future of the Green Economy in Hamilton



August 03, 2011

Interested to find out more about the Future of the Green Economy in Hamilton? For a summary report click here:

http://htab.ca/publications/198

This brochure is a summary of the larger report, The Future of the Green Economy: Grand Erie, Hamilton and Niagara. The green economy is defined and key sectors are listed. The top 20 occupations in green industries are indicated. A summary of employer survey results is listed. For an indepth look at the green economy we encourage you to review the following:


The July 31st Deadline is Fast Approaching!



July 26, 2011

Log in to WINHamilton today to ensure that your listing information is accurate and up to date.

If you have any questions or require assistance, contact support@WINHamilton.ca.


Workforce Checkup Survey Results for July



July 19, 2011

Want to find out which jobs were lost and gained last month in our local economy? Read our Workforce Check-Up Survey Results for July.

The Hamilton Training Advisory Board is proud to report another strong month for Hamilton’s labour market. With over 125 employers participating in this month’s Workforce Check-Up we can monitor the sectors and jobs experiencing change in our local workforce.

We’ve set a new participation record!


It's Time to Review Your Listing!



July 12, 2011

WINHamilton provides you with the tools to effectively connect people to services in our community.

In an effort to ensure all information is accurate and up-to-date, WINHamilton sends out quarterly reminders to prompt you to review your listing. Visit WINHamilton.ca today to make any necessary changes, paying specific attention to services, requirements and location. If you have any questions on how to add/delete or access your information, send an email to support@winhamilton.ca.

July 31st is the deadline for updates! Visit WINHamilton today to make any necessary changes.


Careerview, Spring/Summer 2011: Accomodation & Food Services



July 05, 2011

In Hamilton over 13,000 people work in the accommodation and food services industry. In this issue of Careerview readers will find out what it takes to work in this industry, what local employers are looking for, and a list of the top 5 occupations. Featured are an interview with a cook, and with the owner of Phyl’s Family Restaurant.

“click here”: http://htab.ca/publications/201 to read this latest issue!


Workforce Checkup Survey Results for June



June 28, 2011

Want to find out which jobs were lost and gained last month in our local economy? Read about our Workforce Checkup Survey Results for June. A record 91 employers responded!

“click here” : http://htab.ca/publications/200


New Sectors in the Local Economy



June 21, 2011

Find out about new sectors in the local economy!

This brochure is a summary of the larger report, Creative Industries – Creative Skills in Hamilton. This report provides labour market information profiles for the seven key sectors driving the creative industries in Hamilton. A summary of the survey results of local employer and professionals is provided. For an indepth look at the creative industries we encourage you to review Creative Industries – Creative Skills in Hamilton:

“click here”: http://htab.ca/publications/tag/creative%20industries


Disappearing Jobs



June 16, 2011

Are you interested in finding out which occupations lost significant numbers of workers in Ontario over the last 15 years? Though each is in the estimated top 20 occupations with employment loss, they are not necessarily the top five.

click here


The March 31st Update Deadline is Fast Approaching!



March 25, 2011

Log in to WINHamilton today to ensure that your information is accurate and up to date.


Review Time Once Again!



March 16, 2011

WINHamilton provides you with the tools to effectively connect people to services in our community.

In an effort to ensure all information is accurate and up-to-date, WINHamilton.ca sends out quarterly reminders to prompt you to review. Visit WINHamilton.ca today to make any necessary changes, paying specific attention to services, requirements and location.

If you have any questions on how to add/delete information, send an email to admin@winhamilton.ca.


Are you interested in local labour market information?



February 22, 2011

We all know Hamilton’s manufacturing industry has experienced tremendous loss in terms of jobs and revenue over the past decade. But did you know…

Manufacturing, more specifically primary metal manufacturing, is still the most prominent industry for employment in our city. And within that sub sector, iron and steel mills stands out. That is, employment within these subsectors in Hamilton as a proportion of all jobs in Hamilton is sixteen times larger than the proportion for Ontario.

And manufacturing isn’t all Hamilton has to offer. Find out which occupations and industries offer the most opportunity in Hamilton.


We want your opinion!



January 19, 2011

Your opinion matters, so let’s hear it!

Tell us what works, what doesn’t and any features you would like added to the site to make it more useful.

Thank you for your time.



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