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The LEDC is a partnership between the City of London and the private sector. Our goal is to attract new investments and expand existing investments in our community.
We are a community, non-profit, charitable organization serving London and surrounding area since 1983. Our Agency offers a supportive, professional environment and provides employment assistance with effective job search techniques, career advice, and placement opportunities.
London Ontario's premiere networking e-zine, published each month by Susan Regier of Vantage One Writing. Our aim is to provide busy professionals with the insight and information needed to stay on top of the local networking scene in today’s diverse marketplace.
Since its opening in 1985, Over 55 London Inc. has been dedicated to finding meaningful employment for individuals over the age of 55. It is a non profit charitable organization that applies business strategies to achieve philanthropic goals. The net profits realized from the services we provide will help fund our client and community programs.
We provide a coordinated individualized support service to people, in order to ensure access to employment opportunities in Perth and Huron Counties.
Pro-Finders International is a Canadian-based executive search firm that specializes in the recruitment and placement of IT, Finance/Accounting, Engineering, and Manufacturing professionals.
RITE Careers is committed to individuals in career transition the opportunity to evaluate their career choice, generate creative resumes targeted to their job objective, enhance competent interview skills and facilitate training workshops to improve personal and working relations.
SocialWorkJobs is dedicated to providing professionals with a career site tool to solve staffing needs and to assist candidates seeking new opportunities in the Social Work Industry.
The South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre operates as a Family, Child & Youth Community Enrichment Centre. The Centre supports and fosters the development of community based and community driven projects that nurture and enhance a healthy quality of life for residents of South London
The London Training Centre provides Employment Assistance Service (EAS) programs, funded by Human Resources Skills Development Canada, which deliver pre-employment services and support for those seeking employment.