EmployerOne Survey Results Are In!!!

View the Results Here

This report highlights results from the Eastern Ontario Training Board’s EmployerOne Survey. The survey was conducted during the eight-week period between January 3, 2022 and February 18 2022 in the City of Cornwall, the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, the Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne and Prescott and Russell United Counties.

Thank you to all of the employers who participated.

Our Core Priorities

We play a leading role in labour force development.

Creating opportunities for partnerships that respond to local labour market challenges.


Engaging communities in a locally-driven process to identify and respond to the key trends and issues that prevail in their labour markets


Organizing events and undertaking activities that promote the importance of education, training and skills upgrade to youth, parents, employers, employed and unemployed workers.


Facilitating a local “action planning” process where community organizations and institutions agree to initiate and/or implement joint actions to address local labour market issues of common interest.

Labour Market Partnerships

The Eastern Ontario Training Board develops partnerships that address the socio-economic and workforce development needs of Cornwall and the Counties of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott, Russell and Akwesasne.

Partners include Employers, Municipalities, Not for Profit Corporations, Schools, Police Forces, and Ontario Ministries and Federal Departments.

Visit our labour market information website here

Service Coordination

The goal of Service Coordination is to break down barriers between programs and services and integrate client supports.  Community organizations are collaborating to identify service gaps, service improvements and develop a client-focused pathway through programs and services to increase success in employment and training.

Learn more about Service Coordination here

Employer Engagement

Eastern Ontario Training Board engages employers to help identify skill gaps, employment opportunities, training needs and other demand side labour market issues.

2022 Survey Results

LMI Help Desk

Have questions about our local labour market? EOTB’s LMI Help Desk service is your community resource for local labour market information and trends, occupations and wages, demographics and more.

We identify priorities for training; we make recommendations on programs and services to ensure they are accessible, effective and responsive to local needs; and we work with Community Partners to resolve labour market and socio-economic development issues.

We’re Working For a Strong Labour Force.

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