October O-News: Tourism Skillsnet Ontario

10/31/2018
 
Increasing labour shortages are impacting our businesses in Ontario and this is not an uncommon occurrence many employers are facing in the hospitality, tourism and food services sectors. A new model for workforce innovation and strategy, Tourism SkillsNet Ontario was formed to specifically address this issue by leveraging partner collaboration and HR technology for regional workforce development.

To find out more about Tourism Skillsnet Ontario and how your community can participate, please contact Adam Morrison at amorrison@otec.org or Melwyn Dcosta at mdcosta@otec.org


Check out OTEC's October O-News to learn more.

Our experience working with OTEC was a thoroughly enjoyable one. We were tremendously impressed by the professionalism of their approach and the quality of their work. American Express approached OTEC to develop a service training program for its partners in the restaurant industry... OTEC took the time and effort to research the needs of our audience and consulted with us every step of the way to produce an end product that we were proud to have our company name associated with.;

— Vice President of Public Affairs Communication and Quality Services,
American Express Canada


Adam Morrison
Vice President, Projects and Partnerships
416.622.1975 ext. 236
amorrison@otec.org