INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION/INTERMEDIARY CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Ottawa Employment Hub would like to invite you to submit an expression of interest regarding possible projects that can be undertaken in partnership with an industry association or other sector-focused organization to address a sector or cross-sector labour market opportunity or challenge in Ottawa.  We are happy to speak with you regarding your ideas and recommend other organizations with whom you might like to partner on a proposal, as well as how we can provide assistance in our capacity as the Local Employment Planning Council.

 The maximum funding available is $20,000 plus GST, and projects need to be completed by September 2018.  Projects can address an Ottawa specific issue or pilot a new approach or initiative in Ottawa that can have impact regionally, provincially or nationally.

Proposal submissions must be received on or before 10:00 a.m. on May 3, 2017 via email to argylei@algonquincollege.com

Please click here for the full instructions:  Industry association CFP

2018 Building Connections event a success!

Building Connections Agenda

On April 10th, local service providers, employers, and educators gathered at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre for our fourth annual Building Connections event. Roughly 400 participants joined for a day of networking and personal development to learn how we can all work together to connect job seekers to jobs.

Ottawa Employment Hub would like to thank all the speakers, panelists, and attendees who helped make the event a success – we look forward to continuing to work with all of you!

 

 

Ottawa Employment Hub has partnered with Magnet

Magnet makes hiring the right talent easier.OttawaEmploymentHub_Employer_Postcard_Page_1

Magnet is a collaborative network powered by a job-matching platform that connects employers to talent based on skills and qualifications. Magnet serves all Canadians and utilizes an advanced and protected recruitment model that can effectively, and efficiently promote diversity and support bias free recruitment strategies.

Start connecting to the right talent at ottawaemploymenthub.magnet.today

 

Thank you!

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Refugee 613 and community partners, led by World Skills Employment Centre, thank Ottawa employers for their support and engagement with the Pathways to Employment for Refugees event on June 16, 2016.

Over 170 refugees were provided the opportunity to engage with 41 employers and 26 service providers, allowing them to learn about potential careers they can consider as they integrate into the Canadian labour market.

Check out some of the media coverage from the event:

Ottawa Business JournalOttawa CitizenCBC NewsMetro OttawaCity News

 

WELCOME!

Working in the eveningWelcome to Ottawa Employment Hub, your Local Employment Planning Council, funded by Employment Ontario. Explore our website to find out more about the Ottawa pilot.

“OPEN TO TALENT” EXPO FOR EMPLOYERS – DEC 6, 2016

earn-eventOttawa Employment Hub is a proud sponsor of the Employment Accessibility Resource Network (EARN) Expo For Employers.

Open to Talent: Strengthening Your Workforce by
Hiring People with Disabilities

Tuesday, December 6 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Ottawa City Hall | 110 Laurier Ave West

There is a strong business case as to why organizations should include people with disabilities as part of their workforce. This event will showcase the benefits, dispel myths and misconceptions, and provide information about many of the great resources available to ensure that your business is inclusive and that you have access to this great talent pool.

Click here to register for this FREE event before November 25, 2016

Join us on October 25th for our first “Running Your Ottawa Business” event

First in a series of free workshops & speaker events:linda_duxbury-2013-760x427

Running Your Ottawa Business in a Changing World of Work

Ottawa Employment Hub, your Local Employment Planning Council, brings you a series of workshops and speakers on what you need to know about the workforce to run your Ottawa business.

October 25, 2016 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Ottawa Conference & Event Centre| 200 Coventry Rd |Free Parking

 

  • Workplace expert, Dr. Linda Duxbury, shares how the changing workforce will impact your business
  • Metcalf Foundation’s Tom Zizys highlights how your business investments in the workforce will pay off
  • Ottawa business organizations focus on the local picture and ask for your insights on what impacts you
  • Make connections to the programs and services that can help you get ready now

CLICK HERE TO SEE FULL AGENDA & REGISTER BEFORE OCTOBER 20th 

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