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Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre

Whether you're looking for a job, or wanting to hire new skilled job ready employees , the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre can help. Locations in Pickering and Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre has written 218 posts for Durham Region Unemployed Help

Where do Residents Work?

Executive Director of the Durham Workforce Authority, Heather McMillan, recently reported on the type of occupations held by Durham Region residents. The trends for the Oshawa CMA (including Oshawa, Whitby and Clarington populations) follow trends related to employment by occupation in the GTA and in the province. A steady increase in trades, transport and equipment … Continue reading

Tourism on the Rise

The tourism sector accounts for almost one-tenth of all jobs in Canada. According to Statistics Canada, tourism accounted for about 1.8 million jobs in Canada in 2015, up 2.6% from 2014. Did you know that younger workers hold 1/3 of employee jobs in tourism and 1/4 of tourism sector jobs are held by immigrant workers? … Continue reading

Oshawa’s Interactive Map

The City of Oshawa has a new Interactive Tour of Growth and Investment. The tool is designed for developers and site selectors to track Oshawa’s growth and investigate Oshawa’s newest projects, whether just completed, under-construction, or in the pipeline. It is also a great place to learn about exciting new projects so that you can … Continue reading

Volunteer Credits

Are a student who needs to earn volunteer credits for school? It can be difficult to balance volunteer requirements with homework and extra curricular activities during the school year. Consider earning your credits during the summer. Volunteer Durham is provides a comprehensive database of opportunities in the Durham Region. Visit the Volunteer Durham website to … Continue reading

Honouring Mentees

On January 25, 2017, major employers from across the GTA came together to celebrate their employees who give back to their professional community by mentoring newcomers. The special event was held for The Mentoring Partnership, a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC). CIBC, KPMG in Canada, the University of Toronto and Seneca … Continue reading

Student Grants

The Government of Canada offers Student Grants that fund part-time and full-time students, students with dependents, students with disabilities and students from low and middle income families. Some of the grants include: Grant for students from low-income families: A grant of $250 per month for eligible students who belong to a low-income family. Grant for … Continue reading

Plan Your Future

Where do you want to be in 5 years? A five year career development plan can help you map out where you would like to be in 5 years and how you are going to get there. Which resources, services and connections can you use to help you achieve your goals? How can Employment Ontario … Continue reading

ISO Registration – 14th Year

For the fourteenth successive year the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre (DRUHC) has been awarded a certificate of ISO Registration. For the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre, standards are a means for ensuring consistency in customer service excellence and professionalism. Through the ISO auditing process and a desire to continually build upon services at DRUHC, … Continue reading

Sears Canada Closing

After years of declining sales, Sears Canada Inc announced a plan to restructure – stores will be closed and many positions will be cut. The Canadian company, with 225 stores, will close approximately 59 of their retail locations. Of 17,000 workers it is anticipated that 2,900 will lose their jobs. We have information about the … Continue reading

Unemployed Youth?

We can get you working with free Employment Ontario Services and Programs. If you are you aged 15-29 years or know someone who is, we can help through year round support to help young people plan their career and transition into the labour market. Through Youth Job Link, you will gain: – Career management skills … Continue reading