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Local Labour Market Plan

The Local Labour Market Plan (LLMP) is a three-year evidence based strategic document that identifies and address local labour force issues. Through conversations, consultations and detailed data analysis, industry sectors and occupations are identified where there may be opportunities for employment, training or retraining. It also identifies where gaps exist in the workforce. Small Business makes up almost 98% of businesses locally with employees. Their smaller size means that they often need, and can benefit from labour market initiatives. Analysis of this local data and information assists ECOTB in identifying ‘priority actions’ related to the labour force and its development.

The 2018 LLMP centres around the conversations and consultations that took place over 2017 and early 2018. Actions have been identified to address these issues that were raised as part of the LLMP process. This LLMP, although a three-year strategic document designed to address both short and long-term solutions, is fluid in nature and adjustments can be made to ensure shifts in local labour market issues be addressed in a timely manner.

Click the links below to access the current or previous LLMP’s.

February 2018 LLMP  Cliquez ICI pour la version française

October 2016 Labour Market Plan ECOTB LLMP 2016-17  ECOTB LLMP 2016-17(French)

October ECOTB LLMP 2015-16 Final  ECOTB LLMP 2015-16 French

October  ECOTB LLMP Report 2014   2014-15 LLMP-French

October  2013-LLMP.

March 2013 LLMP