Oxford County Labour Force Planning
The Oxford Workforce Development Partnership supports their community around issues of common concern by assuming a leadership role in helping in the identification and validation process of local labour market needs, issues, gaps, trends and opportunities.
2015 Labour Market Refresh & Review
This report determines the impact of the current strategic priorities as well as identify changes in trends that would inform the work to be undertaken by Oxford Workforce Development Partnership over the next several years. [Read Full Report]
Rural Oxford Economic Development
The rural Townships of Blandford-Blenheim, East Zorra-Tavistock, Norwich, South-West Oxford and Zorra are undertaking a 5-township Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) study. The BR+E project is a volunteer-driven, community based economic development tool designed to enhance local businesses and economic prosperity. For information on the BR & E study, visit their website.
County Labour Force Development Strategy - March 2011
The Labour Force Development Strategy is intended to (1) develop a comprehensive situational analysis; (2) conduct a statistical assessment of skills gaps in the local labour force; (3) include extensive community and stake holder consultation to understand the County's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats; and (4) develop themes, priorities and actions to all the County and its partners to move forward in comprehensive labour force planning.[Read Full Study or Executive Summary]
Agriculture and Labour Force Analysis Study - April 2011
This study analysed the issues affecting agriculture, their impact on job creation and training, and to identified emerging labour force trends, skills and training requirements. [Read Full Report]