Welcome to Durham Workforce Authority Leadership in Labour Market Planning
The Durham Workforce Authority is the acknowledged provider of local workforce information and champion of workforce development initiatives unique to Durham Region.
Welcome to the Durham Workforce Authority
Road to Inclusivity Survey
Improving the workforce for people with disabilities
There are significant data and information gaps on persons with disabilities in Durham Region. Without access to timely, accurate and comprehensive labour market information and data on persons with disabilities it is difficult to appropriately plan programs, services and interventions to assist in labour market attachment for persons with disabilities. Access to labour market information and data will better allow programs and supports to be appropriately resourced, well-integrated and coordinated to minimize the barriers for youth with disabilities to achieve appropriate long-term attachment to the workforce.
Help us gain a better understanding of persons with disabilities by completing the survey, http://bit.ly/ontheroadtoinclusivity
This study has been approved by the UOIT Research Ethics Board REB #14945 on August 10, 2018.
Oshawa Community Needs Assessment
Prepared in support of the Smart Cities Challenge from the City of Oshawa, the Durham Workforce Authority and Ben Earle Consultant were engaged to complete a community needs assessment to identify the most significant issues and trends currently affecting the City of Oshawa, its residents, businesses and institutions. The complete document is available in PDF form.
To view copies of our latest reports, please visit: https://durhamworkforceauthority.ca/lepc-home/
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