To be the leading Canadian-only recruitment site by providing the most comprehensive list of high quality Canadian job postings, delivered by targeted branding to specific, regional, Canadian audience, and by providing community oriented recruitment services such as discussion forums, online job preparation tools, links to training, books, and online resources.
Job Search Centre Through funding from HRSDC, the Haldimand Community Support Centre manages and maintains a job search centre for the community. This free service includes assistance with resume writing, access to online job listings, use of a telephone, facsimile and photocopier and a resource library.
Welcome to Career Advising at Conestoga College. Our advisors assist students in the development of meaningful educational and career plans. More specifically, we assist in identifying resources, in developing career paths and increasing an understanding of learning and work opportunities. We also provide guidance on academic policies, transfer processes, articulation agreements and alternative access routes within Conestoga College and other post-secondary institutions in Canada and abroad.
The Mohawk College Employment Resource Centre assists unemployed clients in entering or re-entering the workforce. This Employment Ontario initiative provides clients with: A service needs determination interview session to assist them in identifying realistic and achievable employment goals A personalized return to work action plan Referrals to appropriate community resources for career decision making, job search strategies, skills development or self employment On-going support and coaching
We provide effective and thorough assessments to help you identify realistic job goals. We look at your medical, educational, vocational and employment history, and design an assessment based on your individual needs. Our Assessment Services can help find the workplace environment that's right for you.
Thinking of Starting A Business? Have a new product or Business Idea? Trying to decide if entrepreneurship is right for you? Getting your business started and unsure where to go next....learn the keys to successfully starting your business. Running a business can be challenging and you may have questions.
The labour force of Brantford·Brant has always possessed a strong industry based work ethic. Our labour force is very diverse with employees possessing skills and education from a wide variety of educational areas. The continued expansion and development of the community?s three post-secondary institutions ensures that the future labour pool of Brantford·Brant will only get better as more graduates will enter the local labour force in the years ahead. This is not only beneficial to the businesses hiring these skilled employees, but also to the Brantford·Brant community as a whole that takes pride in fulfilling local labour positions with Brantford·Brant area residents.
(GREAT) is a community organization which delivers employment and training programs and services to Six Nations members. Centrally located in the GREAT Opportunity Centre in Ohsweken, the heart of Grand River Territory, GREAT serves all Six Nations citizens regardless of residency. In partnership with Human Resources Development Canada
Ontario Job Futures is developed for use as a resource to help people exploring career choices. It should be used along with other resources, some of which are provided in the More Information section. The employment outlooks for each occupation use projections of future job openings, and should be interpreted with caution. Shifts in the rate of economic growth, technological developments, business restructuring, or changes in government policies can all affect the future growth prospects or skill requirements of the labour market.
Background: The Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie is one of 21 community-based, not-for-profit corporations established in Ontario to play a leadership role in labour force development. Comprised of representatives of Labour, Business, Education and Equity Groups, the board works collaboratively with community partners to identify key labour force issues and challenges, and to develop effective workforce development strategies. Our Mission: Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie strengthens our communities by facilitating labour market analysis and engaging community partners in workforce development.