This page highlights our past research projects. Click a project title to learn more about it!
In 2021, WPH worked with 9 other planning boards to create a regional project of localized reports that look at the effects of the pandemic locally in labour markets throughout Southwestern Ontario, while providing communities with a strategic framework to proactively plan ahead despite high uncertainty.
This report analyses the data from the survey and a literature review of best practices of other projects that worked on supporting the long-term unemployed and in turn, local recommendations to support long-term unemployed
This report monitored and reported on the local and provincial labour force based on the Labour Force Survey.
This overview of Hamilton’s economy lists industry information, total employment, and workforce characteristics in 2018. It includes information on the industry, employment trends, long term trends in employment, future trends, workforce characteristics, business information, occupational information and job postings.
This report is the result of a partnership between Workforce Planning Hamilton, Mohawk College, Employment Ontario service providers and the larger health care sector employers in Hamilton.
This project focused on identifying ways to strengthen the Employment and Training service delivery network in Hamilton. This is done through reviewing the network’s structure and identifying a model that improves connectivity and strengthens linkages across the Employment and Training system.
This report will delve into how skills are increasing across sectors in Hamilton and how this impacts prevalent occupations in the local labour market.
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.