Windsor Regional Employment Network is the Service System Manager for Employment Ontario in Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton. Led by the Corporation of the City of Windsor and their partner Workforce WindsorEssex, WREN oversees and supports a wide range of employment programs and services for job seekers, employers and community partners.
We started by creating a brand identity that bridged together various stakeholders and geographical regions. The logo iconography unifies the three regions of Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent, and Sarnia-Lambton into a symbol of inclusive opportunity.
The WREN website provides a comprehensive and user-friendly online platform that connects job seekers, employers, and community partners, facilitating efficient and effective employment matchmaking. It offers services focusing on locally-oriented employment support. Job seekers can connect with local employment service providers, access job postings, and find career resources. Employers can find hiring support, labor market information, and other resources.
The primary goal of the website is to bridge the gap between job seekers and employment services in a digital space.
The website features:
- Personalized content providing visitors with relevant experiences and tailored messaging.
- A dynamic wizard that connects visitors with service providers that align with their needs.
- A Job Portal to support caseworkers in service delivery and clients in their search for meaningful employment.
- The region’s largest job board.
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Since its launch in 2021, the website has enabled Hawkins to efficiently share urgent updates with their clientele, deliver targeted content to both new and existing clients, and expand their mailing list.
The goal was to create an online presence to help businesses, students, parents and educators, learn more about their vast number of programs, services, workshops, and events for both the Build a Dream and WIN brands.
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