The Northeast Minnesota and Duluth Workforce Development Boards, in collaboration with other regional partners, kicked off a Regional Workforce Solutions Series on February 13, 2018 at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth. The purpose of the Workforce Solutions Series is to help businesses adapt to changes in labor force and declining availability of workers by providing tangible and proven practices related to recruitment and retention. The upcoming sessions are planned for April 18 focusing on recruitment strategies and May 16 on retention.
Both sessions will help businesses adapt to changes in labor force and declining availability of workers by providing tangible solutions to employee recruitment and retention challenges. Each session will feature key insights from a workforce development experts and a panel of business leaders representing companies from across the state and country who will share their best practices for recruiting and retaining employees. Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with the presenters and panel members through facilitated Q&A and take away ideas that can be utilized within their own organizations.
The 3rd Northeast Minnesota Workforce Solutions Series will be held Wednesday May 16, 2018 in Grand Rapids (7:30 AM session) and Duluth (12:30 PM session).
Studies show that employees today move on to a new opportunity about every five years. Now more than ever it’s imperative employers give their employees a reason to stay. In session three of the Northeast Minnesota Workforce Solutions Series you will hear from Nancy Lyons and employer experts who are trying new and innovative ways to keep their employees engaged.
We are excited to bring in Nancy Lyons, CEO, entrepreneur, and all around good human who speaks about the intersection of leadership, entrepreneurialism, technology, and people. Through her candid writing and speaking, she explores the many facets of life at work and champions human-centered approaches to business. Seeing work and the culture of work as the next economic frontier, she pushes the progressive boundaries of how we think about professional and personal lives.
Nancy has been locally and nationally recognized for her role as owner and CEO of Clockwork. She is co-author of “Interactive Project Management: Pixels, People, and Process” (New Riders, 2012) and author of the upcoming book, “How to Win at Business by Being Nice to Humans.”
Advance registration is highly encouraged, $20 in advance, $25 at the door with cash/check only.
Grand Rapids – https://z.umn.edu/Event3GrandRapids
Duluth – https://z.umn.edu/Event3Duluth
The event is recommended for business owners, people in the human resource management field, or managers/supervisors seeking solutions and opportunities to network.