Workforce Reports

Age of Automation: Technology and the Restructuring of the Labour Market in Peel and Halton

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.

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In-Demand Skilled Trades in Peel and Halton Regions: What the Data Shows and What Employers Say

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.

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PHWDG Social Marketing Playbook

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.

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Peel Halton Transportation Study: Challenges and Opportunities

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.

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Pearson Workforce Report

The first demographic and transit survey of the workforce at Toronto Pearson.

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STEM Matters

A report that provides a general landscape of STEM education and STEM labour market in Peel and Halton regions.

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The Cost of Unemployment and Underemployment in Peel and Halton

The first of its kind, an Ontario workforce planning report that discloses what unemployment & underemployment is costing all of us.

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Workforce Characteristics Report 2018

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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Solving Local Labour Market Challenges

Peel Halton Local Employment Planning Council Community Labor Market Plan.

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Peel Halton Employer Services: Local Recruiting Services at No Cost

For more than 10 years, local organizations have been connecting talented job seekers with the skills and expertise your business needs to thrive.

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2017 High Skill Labour Market in Peel and Halton

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. 

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Manufacturing Opportunities

The Local Employment Planning Council led by the Peel Halton Workforce Development Group have completed a study of the manufacturing sector within Peel and Halton.

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Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (PST) Industry Report

A study on the labour market trends, needs, and challenges within the (PST) Industry focusing on Computer Systems Design (CSD) in Peel and Halton.

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Peel Halton Supply Chain Report

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.

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Peel Halton Workforce Characteristics

This informative report provides an in-depth look at the labour market demographics specific to Peel and Halton Region.

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Youth Guide

This guide has been created for young people, who want to learn what resources are available to them. Almost all of the programs and services listed in this guide are free.

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Dufferin County Resources

A resource created for youth and other groups in Dufferin to assist them to access services in their community.

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