Growing Our Human CAPITAL
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Ottawa’s new approach, known as Integrated Local Labour Market Planning (ILLMP), is focused on an industry-driven, locally-focused, labour market plan to "grow our human capital" - our people and our city.

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OILLMP and its partners are pleased to launch, a resource portal for Ottawa Service Providers Working with Job Seekers


We are hoping that you can explore the site, share resources that you would like to see added, and provide your overall feedback.  While the main menu content is all now available, several homepage features will be developed in the next month or two, including Your Learning Resources and Quick Clicks.


We would like to take this opportunity to thank our partners who were key players in developing this concept and content, and would also like to thank the more than 50 service providers who provided their input.  The partners on this OILLMP project included:  Employment Ontario Ottawa Network (EOON), City of Ottawa, Tungasuvvingat Inuit, Métis Nation of Ontario, Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership (OLIP).


At this point, the portal is "live" and we are looking for feedback from users.  We will continue to market the portal later in Fall 2013 after finalizing the French website and incorporating changes based on user feedback.  Thank you for taking the time to explore and share your resources and/or suggestions.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Key stakeholders have been working together to identify local labour market needs, challenges, and opportunities and provide practical solutions to build the workforce we need in a thriving community.


Our 2010-2012 Ottawa Integrated Local Labour Market Plan painted the picture of Ottawa's labour market in Fall 2011, highlighting anticipated future requirements and eleven key sectors, as well as providing a preliminary Strategic Plan focused on initial partnerships and projects.


The 2013 and 2012 Labour Market Updates highlight Ottawa's evolving economic situation and changing labour market indicators, updates the 2011 and 2012 Action Plan respectively, and outline the Key Result Areas for 2012-13 and 2013-14. As our process matures, we will continue to work with our stakeholders, and broaden our consultations, to focus on solutions to "grow our human capital" in response to current and projected local demand, helping Ottawa flourish as a community in which to work and do business

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