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The Eastern Workforce Innovation Board (EWIB) is one of 26 boards that comprise Workforce Ontario - Leaders in Workforce Planning. EWIB provides details on community workforce planning and development as well as everything you need to get connected - find the resources in your community relevant to training, employment, labour force information and discover community partnerships.
It 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 action plans that outlines activities and projects that community partners are undertaking to address some of the labour market challenges.
Examining the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the workforce in Eastern Ontario. Published July, 2021.
To champion community initiatives and partnerships that best use available resources to develop a skilled, effective and adaptable local workforce.
We provide details on community workforce planning and development as well as everything you need to get connected - find the resources in your community relevant to training, employment, labour force information and discover community partnerships. Our local economy is as varied as our community partners. Come explore our region.
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