The Centre for Workforce Development will host its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 6, 2023 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Every non-profit holds an AGM you say. So why should I come out to CFWD's this year you ask? Well check out the link to our Eventbrite through the View Details button to learn more!!
At the Centre for Workforce Development (CFWD), we understand the daily struggles that our local employers face in retaining and growing their workforce. We work in partnership with local Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development and community organizations to develop solutions to your workforce issues.
Over the past several years, CFWD has been collaborating with community partners on several projects, events and initiatives. To learn more about the most recent reports that have been released, please visit our Projects Page. Check out our latest partnership – Edge Factor Community LMI Hub. This is an initiative that is funded through the “Career Pathways” component of Ontario East Economic Development Commission’s “Talent Identification Support Program”.
To download the past and recent labour market information, such as the Local Labour Market Plan Updates and EmployerOne Survey Reports, please visit out Labour Market Reports Page.
Understanding what is happening in the labour market is important. Whether you are a job seeker, a student trying to figure out your career path or a business looking to establish or grow, labour market information is key to developing the knowledge needed to make informed decisions.
The Centre for Workforce Development conducts a number of projects each year in the community to address local labour force issues identified through conversations, consultations, research and the Local Labour Market Plan. A summary of the 2019-20 and 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2022-23 Projects can be found on each project summary page. The current projects that CFWD is partnered on or leading for the 2023-24 year are outlined below. Browse through the projects and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
The Centre for Workforce Development relies on our Community Partners to help provide research, conduct community projects, inform the community and develop collaborative solutions to local workforce issues.
Whether you are looking for a copy of our latest press release, an article on the labour market, local provincial or national or just want to know what events we are hosting, you can explore everything in this section!
We are collecting data to better understand who is looking for work and what kind of opportunities jobseekers are searching for. This data is completely anonymous and non-personally identifiable.