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2022 Data Walk
Post-Pandemic Scenario Planning Report
The Durham Workforce Authority’s Post-Pandemic Scenario Planning Report aims to help local businesses plan for unforeseen and foreseeable events regarding the plausible future of the local labour market, through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
This includes scenario-based planning helps establish a specific set of uncertainties to guide the local labour market in the long-term. It supports workforce leaders to make effective resource and investment choices, anticipate required supports, consider how future conditions will affect their business, establish alternative responses, and develop skills gap closing strategies.
The overarching goal of this report is to initiate a conversation around the next steps and actions that are required to address present and future labour market impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Durham Region.
Click here to view the full report.
Labour Market Information (LMI) Video Series
Here at DWA, we have created a video series all about LMI to inform the community about the importance of LMI and to provide Employment Ontario Service Providers, Economic Development and Chambers of Commerce, Community Partners, Employers, and Job Seekers with access to timely LMI data and analysis.
The 11 videos include, but are not limited to: the eight indicators, the monthly labour force survey data for Oshawa CMA, local custom data that are legacy pieces from the LEPC, and other critical pieces of labour market information in an accessible format.
Click any of the titles below to watch the video, or click here to view the whole playlist!
4. DWA 101
Here at Durham Workforce Authority (DWA), we are constantly looking for ways to ensure the community is aware of the valuable resources we provide. As part of that process, we are working to develop a series of monthly blogs to help our stakeholders better understand the value the DWA provides in the community.
General Information The Durham Workforce Authority identifies key training and employment issues in the Durham Region through consultation with various stakeholders in the community. We…
Join community stakeholders, researchers, local officials, service providers & job seekers in a dialogue on local labour market information. About this event A Data Walk…
The Durham Workforce Authority (DWA), in collaboration with the Social Research Centre (SRC) at Ontario Tech University (formerly known as UOIT), is conducting research on…