Welcome Employers

  • This area of Links 2 Work provides Employers with supplementary information pertinent to hiring and retaining employees.

    There are several options below to choose from that we hope help answer any questions you may have as an employer.

Local Resources

  • Business Takes Action

    Business Takes Action (BTA) is funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services and delivers free workshops and tools to Ontario businesses. Since 2007, the primary mission of the BTA program is to showcase the benefits of hiring and retaining people with disabilities.
  • Elgin, Middlesex, Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board

    The Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board continually seeks to enhance the labour market planning process in our community by gathering labour market information, identifying training needs and trends, promoting life-long learning, building community partnerships to work on local solutions to relevant issues and creating the Local Labour Market Plan.
  • Human Resources Professionals

    London and District Chapter
  • London Small Business Centre

    Make your business plan work for you!
  • London Works

    London Economic and Development Corporation (LEDC)

General Information

  • Employment Ontario

    Learn about the various services available to employers in Ontario from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
  • Labour Market Information (Federal)

    Answer your questions about jobs, skills and the availability of workers in local areas across Canada.
  • Office of the Employer Adviser

    The OEA provides expert, free and confidential advice, representation and education on all workplace safety & insurance issues for employers.
  • Scent-Free Policy for the Workplace

    An overview of scent issues including a sample Scent-Free Policy.
  • SkillsInternational.ca

    Unites pre-screened, internationally educated professionals with employers who need their skills.
  • WSIB

    If you're an employer, you'll find valuable answers and information about Workplace Safety Issues here.
  • WHMIS and the Employer

    In Ontario, the duties of the employer in order to comply with WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) are set out in the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the WHMIS Regulation - This chapter describes those duties and where applicable, references the relevant sections of the provincial law.

More Options

  • Accommodation / Inclusion

    Although unintentional, the accommodation and inclusion needs of people with disabilities are often overlooked, especially when meetings and conferences are organized.
  • Hiring Programs

    There are plenty of hiring programs to choose from that can be a great way to get back to work.
  • Incentive Programs

    Many job seekers and/or employers may be eligible for financial incentives to offset some of the costs of providing on-the-job training and work experience.
  • Persons with Disabilities

    The best reason to hire a person with disabilities is because he or she is qualified.

Featured Job Banks


  • A job bank advertising South Western Ontario job vacancies. [more]

  • Service Canada job bank for all jobs local and Canada wide. [more]

  • Free Job Applications for the job you want. [more]

  • Career opportunities through your local London College. [more]

  • Job bank for local, Ontario and Canada wide vacancies. [more]

  • NonProfit Sector Jobs in Canada. [more]

  • Job bank for Technical and IT Jobs in London.[more]

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Job Fairs

The following Job Fairs are scheduled in around the London-Elgin-Middlesex Area for July 2017.