Resource Library

Putting it all together.

Resources for career planning, training and education.

This is a great place to start your research and gain access to additional sources and site links.  

 

 

 

 

The Health Care and Social Assistance Sector - March 2015 Report

The present report provides an overview of the economics of the Health Care and Social Assistance (HCSA) sector and its associated labour market. The author progressively funnels the analysis from the national perspective, towards the provincial and local-regional views. The emphasis is on the HCSA and its labour market in Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford counties.

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Working Together to Build Tomorrow's Workforce

Working Together to Build Tomorrow's Workforce is the action plan for workforce development in Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford (EMO) region.

Four action themes have emerged during the planning process:
1. Accessing Talent
2. Skills Development
3. Understanding the Labour Market
4. System Solutions

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Information and Communications Technologies Sector - 2014 Report

The present document attempts to inform the public about the current labour market trends in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector starting from a national view and narrowing progressively towards a local scope. The analysis is focused on basic economics such as sector associated GDP, productivity, structure of employers and employment, and governmental support.

A few select findings of the analysis are succinctly provided below.

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Q3 of 2014 - Internet Job Postings in EMO Region

As briefly mentioned in the present report, the internet job postings are part of the unmet labour demand in the Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford (EMO) region. It is important to understand the dynamic of this activity because it provides significant clues/insight on the present and future condition of the regional labour market. The present report summarizes the important facts regarding the overall job posting activity in the region, but also helps in identifying differences in job posting activity among the three counties.

A few highlights of the Q3 Internet Job Postings report:

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Monthly Employment in EMO Region

 2016-2017 Employment in EMO region (persons x 1,000)

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Links and Resources for Immigrants

Below you will find resources and local initiatives focused on helping immigrants and newcomers to London-Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford.

1. The London Middlesex Immigrant Employment Council (LMIEC) launched in 2008 as a business-led organization with the purpose to connect local employers to Canadian newcomers and, in turn, strengthen our local economy. www.LMIEC.ca 

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Electrical Trades and Telecommunication Occupations' Trends

Nationally the market for "724 Electrical Trades and Telecommunication Occupations" has been following a growing pattern from 2006 until 2012. This trend was set by the "Electricians (except industrial and power system)" as the most numerous occupational subgroup. Provincially the story was a bit different for the subgroup 724 with a significant reduction of the market in 2009 followed by a recovery path up to 2011. A slight reduction of the market occurred in 2012.

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Entrepreneurship

The London Small Business Centre (LSBC) is a non-for-profit organization with the mission of supporting startup and mature businesses from London Economic Region. The Centre defines itself as one-stop source for professional advice, funding and industry connecting for businesses and entrepreneurs.

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Resources for Employers

About Supported Employment

Hiring a people who have an intellectual disability is smart business. Many employers across Ontario have reaped the benefits of tapping into this labour pool. There are people and resources available to support employers to successfully hire people who have an intellectual disability.

Supported Employment

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I want to hire

 

As an employer, your workforce is your most valuable asset. Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you.

Here's how:

Hiring employees: Get help finding and hiring skilled employees and learn about a number financial hiring incentives available to employers.

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Education and training links

Resources for students, educators, job seekers and parents.

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(Please click on the headings below for resource links)

Resources for parents

Information about child care, schools and programs that help students succeed.

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Hospitality and Tourism - Careers to Discover

Employment Trends  

 

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Healthy Work-Life Balance

A Guide for Employers

Acknowledgements

This publication grew out of a partnership with Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board, Elgin St. Thomas Public Health, Middlesex London Public Health and Oxford County Public Health & Emergency Services.

 

What is Healthy Work-Life Balance? 

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National Household Survey update for Elgin Middlesex and Oxford region

 

Workforce Focus newsletter, July 2013, Vol.8 Issue 3.

 

Highlights for Elgin Middlesex and Oxford region:

  • National Household Survey update on education and labour

    • Skilled immigrants

      • This region’s employed immigrants, who arrived between 2006 and 2011, are collectively highly educated: 72% have a post-secondary certifi-cate, diploma or degree

    • Self-employment

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Health and wellness

 

Workforce Focus newsletter, September 2013, Vol.8 Issue 4. 

Highlights for Elgin Middlesex and Oxford region:

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