For those of you who may have missed the top stories here's the news we think you should know: 1. CBC News Windsor: Goodyear promises $210M to boost local economy Posted: Nov. 26, 2010 "The project is called the New Prosperity Initiative and is designed to create jobs and strengthen the economy by supporting businesses [...]
Labour Force Trends From September 2009 to September 2010, the size of the labour force in the Windsor-Sarnia economic region remained relatively stable. Employment increased by 4,200 all due to full-time employment gains. With the rise in employment, the employment rate increased by 0.7 percentage points to 57.0%. Unemployment fell by 5,400 over [...]
This recently released StatCan report looks at unemployment rates, industry trends and more from the workforce of Windsor-Sarnia.
WFWE is seeking a results-oriented Projects and Community Coordinator to support the successful completion of activities to address workforce development priorities in Windsor Essex.
“Recognizing that their workforce is their greatest asset will drive their success into the future.”
The “Invest in a World-Class Workforce” award is presented to a business, organization or association that leads the way in preparing for future opportunities and anticipating changes in the market place by investing in skills development and training; providing career growth opportunities; and modeling life-long learning.
Monthly employer survey to capture local job gains and losses…
The young professionals of WindsorEssex come together at The House for their first meeting.
For those of you who may have missed the top stories here's the news we think you should know: 1. Windsor Star: End of line for the 450 Windsor area Ford workers By Grace Macaluso, Posted: Oct. 27, 2010 Read More… For resources and advice visit LostMyJob.ca 2. CTV News: Auto parts company gets green energy [...]
The recently released Labour Force Survey from Statistics Canada, Labour Statistics Division revealed some new trends for the month of October. Here are some snippets from Statistics Canada's full report: "Although employment has returned to its pre-recession level of October 2008, the unemployment rate remains around 8%, well above its pre-recession level of 6.2%. Over this two-year [...]