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Integrating Community Employment Resources into Your Talent & Hiring Strategy

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In this Member Workshop with The Career Foundation, get educated on available training, recruitment, employee retention and other resources that would help you improve talent and skill shortages.

Event Information

Do you know that there are government funded employment resources to help employers meet their talent needs? In a time when hiring teams are stretched and the talent shortage is a big crisis, what can your organization do to develop talent and hiring strategies, and implement them expertly?

This workshop aims to educate hiring managers and employers on various training, recruitment, retention and wrap-around supports available through community resources that would help you improve talent and skill shortages. 

You will leave the workshop with a strong understanding of how to:

•    Align available resources with access to an untapped candidate market through community employment programs.

•    Utilize employer and candidate wrap-around services that support workforce retention.

•    Integrate training programs and services that aid in diversity hiring practices.

Workshop Video

Thank you for your interest in our event! The event has now passed, but we are pleased to share that the recording is available for you to review. Catch up on all the valuable insights and information shared during the event. We hope you find it informative and useful.

Workshop Agenda

  • 12:00 PM - Check-in
  • 12:15 PM - Workshop Programming + Lunch
  • 1:15 PM - Networking

This Lunch & Learn workshop is free to attend!

Your admission includes a light lunch and refreshments provided by Oliver & Bonacini.

About our member:

As a charitable organization, The Career Foundation has been designing and delivering innovative skills training and employment projects on behalf of government and the private sector since 1988. They exist to create fair and equitable labour market access for marginalized and underrepresented groups and do this by connecting employers within growing industries to job seekers in their local communities.