Getting serious about workforce training? Here are some programs to get your company started.
More emphasis on education and skills training is necessary to help businesses adjust to a potentially difficult transition.
Ottawa has committed $73 million over four years to ensure education is aligned with the tech-related needs of the job market.
Up to 40% of existing Canadian jobs will disappear over the coming decade as technology automates their work.
Investments are expected to create or retain more than 3,400 jobs.
Critics expect the deficit to grow even larger before the budget is tabled March 22.
C.D. Howe calls for national framework on EI eligibility and benefits.
Four-week course to be delivered online.
Here are eight that managers must have.
Report calls on more employers to consider the advantages of innovative “smart learning systems.”
Nearly two-thirds of VISA applications will be denied for employees adept in technology and other skilled fields.
More help for manufacturers on the way.
Global technology giant wants to establish training programs in areas such as mechatronics and smart systems at the college.
Program provides manufacturers with up to $50,000 in training costs.
SMEs employs close to eight million Canadians and account for 54% of all wages paid.