2017 EmployerOne Survey

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Introduction

Survey Objective:
Workforce Planning Hamilton is calling on employers like you to help us better understand the workforce issues and challenges facing your business or organization.  The EmployerOne survey is designed to collect information from you on a range of issues, including:
  • projected vacancies
  • hiring intentions
  • recruitment strategies and challenges
  • your perspective on candidate skills, education and training
Completing the EmployerOne Survey:

Your business may receive EmployerOne from more than one source, but the survey should only be completed once. You can decide who is the most appropriate person in your business or organization to complete it.

You can complete the survey in stages - just hit the Save and Continue Later button at the bottom of each page and follow the instructions.

You can also print your responses at any point during the survey, just click on either the PDF or Word symbol at the bottom of each page.

After analysis, the data is released to schools, community partners, government agencies, and the public so that they may see the characteristics of the local labour market.
 
Confidentiality:
The survey has been designed to protect your identity. All answers given will be treated in strict confidence and they will be used for statistical purposes and published in aggregate form only. A copy of the results will be made available on our website in early 2017.
 
Need Help?
If at any point you require assistance, please contact Viktor Cicman with Workforce Planning Hamilton at 905 521 5777  or by email at viktorcicman@workforceplanninghamilton.ca.

 

 
 

About Workforce Planning Hamilton

Workforce Planning Hamilton(established 1997) is a catalyst for economic and labour market development, building solutions and engaging multi-stakeholder alliances. To achieve results for our community in the area of labour market development we work in partnership with a broad range of stakeholders including business, labour and other community partners. We are a member of Workforce Planning Ontario, a network of 26 labour market planning regions covering Ontario. WPH is funded by Employment Ontario – the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Visit our website www.workforceplanninghamilton.ca to review our many research reports, project activities and other publications.