In the fall of 2016, a need was identified within the London Economic Region (LER) to provide more information sessions to Employment Ontario partners, educators and other community stakeholders with a responsibility for, or interest in, apprenticeship.
Click here to view some of the highlight of the facilitated discussions, potential action items, and a summary of the evaluation findings.
Did you know there are nearly 30,000 jobs within the retail sector in the London Economic Region?
From retail salespersons and cashiers to sale supervisors and order fillers, there are many occupations within the sector that require certains skills.
Take a look at our report on the retail sector to learn more about the new and emerging skills needed within the sector.
With advancements in technology, the way in which we work is changing, especially within the manufacturing sector. To help understand the new and emerging skills needed within the sector, your Local Employment Planning Council has created a research report detailing the changes. This is the third report in a series of six that will better prepare students and jobseekers for employment. The first two reports are based on the agricultural sector and the supply chain sector. To download a copy of the report, click the picture.
Labour market information calendar
*New changes* Looking for a schedule of release dates? Download our labour market information calendar to find out when and where you can find up-to-date labour market information throughout the project. (Dates may be updated to reflect a change in data availability).
Best Practices and approaches in service planning and multi-sector collaborations
As part of the Local Employment Planning Council’s start up activities and to ensure an evidence- based research approach, a review of literature was undertaken to identify best practices and approaches in service planning and multi-sector collaborations.
Oxford County Labour Mobility Assessment
More people moved in to Oxford for a pay increase compared to a pay decrease, suggesting the local labour market opportunities have greater bearing on labour mobility than other community attributes.