We gratefully welcome Bev Kobe as our featured presenter for our second session of Labour Market Information Made Easy.
The premise of this session is to dig deep into the presentation of mental health challenges and addiction in the workplace.
Debra Mountenay, Executive Director of the EMOWPDB for the last 23 years, retired on March 31, 2022. We’re so sad to see her go, but so happy for her to experience the joys of retirement. Proudly announcing our new Executive Director, Emilian Siman. Emilian’s first official day as the ED of EMOPWDB was April 1,…
Wednesdays at One offers three types of Professional Development (PD) for all employment, education and training staff. Join us for networking, information, tools, and conversations to enhance how we serve and support others, particularly those impacted by the pandemic. Leave with practical ways to apply these PD learnings and insights in your daily roles, right…
This is the start of a new series, called Local Jobs Hub: Here to Help.
At the end of the day, job searching can be so difficult- not only actually finding a job, but the mental toll it can take on the job seeker’s self esteem. The Local Jobs Hubs tools are Here to Help.
The Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board is beginning the community consultation process for this year’s Community Local Labour Market Plan and is inviting all stakeholders and partners to participate in this process.