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The EmployerONE Survey Results

The EmployerONE Survey Results

EmployerOne Will Help Build Our Future Workforce

By: BrantJobs Staff 


The EmployerONE Survey was conducted for in Brantford-Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk in January. Many local employers completed the survey, providing valuable insights into the area’s labour market. This report summarizes the overall results of the survey. The next EmployerONE survey will take place in January 2017.

Highlights of the 2016 Survey

  • 77% of employers hired in 2015 and 61% anticipate hiring in 2016
  • The amount of education employers prefer when hiring new staff is steadily increasing
  • Word of mouth is the No. 1 method employers us to recruit, followed by online job boards
  • The top skill employers look for when hiring is work ethic/ dedication/dependability

View the results of the 2016 survey

View the results of the 2015 survey.

View the results of the 2014 survey.

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What is it? EmployerOne is a comprehensive, community-wide annual survey – done every January – about the workforce and human resource needs of local employers.

What is the survey’s purpose? To gather reliable information on the workforce needs of employers and identify trends in the local labour market.

Don’t you already survey us enough? Employers have told us they’re tired of different organizations asking them the same questions in multiple surveys. EmployerOne takes place once a year, reducing “survey overload.”

Who is doing it? EmployerOne is a collaborative survey, led by the Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie, with support from two dozen partners (see list), who will share the results. Partners come from Economic, Workforce, Business and Education development groups in Brantford, Brant, Haldimand & Norfolk.

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