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The Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin has released its first ever “Worker Survey”. One hundred and seventy-seven job seekers and employees filled out this survey that asked about their needs when looking for employment, reasons why they quit, what keeps them in a job and more. The new Worker Survey was introduced as a complement to the annual EmployerOne Survey which the Workforce Planning Board conducts every January around workforce and retention and recruitment practices.

First-of-its-kind partnership aims to future-proof Canadian workplaces and help communities adapt amid technological change

In response to a shortage of personal support workers (PSW) in Ontario, the Southwest Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) has named Conestoga among four colleges to receive a financial boost to encourage enrolment in the PSW program.

There is an increasing demand for talent in the hotel industry. With that in mind Conestoga College is offering a free training program designed to meet that need.

In 6 weeks, participants will obtain
industry-specific certifications and develop the skills required for customer service in hospitality positions.

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January 17, 2020

Worker Survey Now Available

Jeremy CookGeneral News

The Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin has released its first ever “Worker Survey”. One hundred and seventy-seven job seekers and employees filled out this survey that asked about their needs when looking for employment, reasons why they quit, what keeps them in a job and more. The new Worker Survey was introduced as a complement to the annual EmployerOne Survey which the Workforce Planning Board conducts every January around workforce and retention and recruitment practices.

First-of-its-kind partnership aims to future-proof Canadian workplaces and help communities adapt amid technological change

In response to a shortage of personal support workers (PSW) in Ontario, the Southwest Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) has named Conestoga among four colleges to receive a financial boost to encourage enrolment in the PSW program.

There is an increasing demand for talent in the hotel industry. With that in mind Conestoga College is offering a free training program designed to meet that need.

In 6 weeks, participants will obtain
industry-specific certifications and develop the skills required for customer service in hospitality positions.

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