The Conseil emploi métropole (CEM) was created to better define metropolitan job market issues and develop action strategies to resolve problems between workforce supply and demand in the metropolitan region. The CEM promotes workforce skills development and supports job seekers, actions that are consistent with those of metropolitan clusters.
Three clusters are represented on the CEM: aerospace, life sciences and information and communications technologies. In this way, clusters play an active role in carrying out the work of the CEM.
Several efforts have already helped achieve some of the CEM's objectives. For example, the Rendez-vous métropolitain pour l'emploi generated a great deal of interest and demonstrated a real willingness, on the part of both partners and businesses, to get involved in improving the metropolitan job market situation.
In addition, CEM publications provide recent data analyses that help explain the current job market situation across the metropolitan region.
At the same time, the Emploi-Québec Websites, Online Placement and LMI online (labour market information), regularly disseminate job offers and discuss various occupations in demand, respectively, notably in the sectors of the competitive clusters.
For more information about the Conseil emploi métropole, please consult its Website: emploi-metropole.org.