LLMP Report 2016
This Local Labour Market Planning (LLMP) Report is an update to the LLMP report produced in October 2015. Although it is an update, it is a very comprehensive and standalone document on the local labour market in the 1000 Islands Region. The report is a compilation of facts and figures together with community input. It outlines labour market trends and potential challenges in workforce development. It also provides an action plan that outlines activities and projects that community partners are undertaking to address some of the labour market challenges.
The ultimate goal of workforce development is to build a “competitive, skilled and adaptable workforce to meet the needs of employers in a timely fashion.” It is through data analysis combined with practical insight and interpretation from community partners that will lead to the development of strategies and plans of action to reach this ultimate goal.
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